Thirty-two miles south of Atlanta is Serenbe Inn. Set among 1,000 acres, the property has over 15 miles of trails accessible by foot, mountain bike or horse. Horseback riding, canoeing, hiking and fishing are also offered at The Inn. You can also just chill on a swing the size of twin beds. To relax even further, the spa offers facials, massage and yoga classes. Hayrides and marshmallow roasts (with cocktails, of course) around a campfire are also among the highlights. Then after a long leisurely day relax on the outside patio near the fireplace and enjoy a long talk with your girlfriends late into the night. Serenbe is a certified organic farm offering over 350 varieties of vegetables, herbs, flowers and fruits. Farm tours and farm volunteering opportunities abound with cooking classes offered with veggies fresh off the farm. On the luxury side of things, on the Inn grounds is The Farmhouse restaurant, serving farm-fresh organic ingredients grown just steps away on Serenbe Farms.
Moore Ranch in Southwest Kansas is a real deal, working guest ranch. They offer a Cowgirl Experience Vacations. You and your girlfriends can experience ranching life by learning riding skills, roping, cooking in Dutch ovens, moving longhorn cattle horseback and watching for wildlife. The ranch also has cattle drives four times a year when they move cattle to new pasture. Although these cattle drives are not limited to just women, bring your friends and drive the longhorn cattle anywhere from 12 – 35 miles over 2 to 3 days. Lodging during the cattle drive is in a cowboy teepee or under the stars in a bedroll. The food is served from a chuckwagon. For ore information, visit the website or call 620-826-3649.
Trevin Farms is located on 40 beautiful acres facing the Green Mountains and the Green Mountain National Forest in West Central Vermont. In 2008, they opened the farm to guests after purchasing Purebred Nubian Goats. There you and your friends can experience what it is like to live and operate a farm in today’s world. You’ll have the opportunity to make cheese from the goat’s milk using common everyday equipment in the kitchen that most people already have, no special equipment needed. They also feature homemade dinners and an authentic Vermont Country breakfast. It’s a complete 24/7 unplugged experience for you to relax and enjoy the farm, staying away from cell phones, tablets and computers (they have only one TV in the living room that gets two TV stations). You might also choose to relax in the chairs on the front lawn facing the Green Mountains with a bottle of wine and a good book. Trevin is close to hiking, biking, shops, antique stores and most of Vermont’s attractions.