Rogue Farms is a great place to eat and play outside. I would caution against staying at the farmhouse though. When some of the people staying there came early (15 min) they were told by Natasha they were too early. So as we all arrived, we had to stand waiting in the parking lot till exactly 3:00. Then she opened the door and said "I will take only the person paying the bill, the rest of you can wait out here". Then when that person was filling out paperwork, she was asked if she wanted to buy wine. Our person said she had some from a local winery. Natasha said "well, I hope you don't show the same disregard for the rest of our rules". That was her tone the entire stay. Also, if you are at the house, there are no boundaries for other visitors. People were constantly walking on the deck and kids played in the play structure. We definitely got the feeling they did not want that part of the operation.
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