Located on the historic Lampe Homestead in the beautiful Carson Valley, our farm is less than 30 minutes from Lake Tahoe and Carson City, Nevada.  We purchased the property in 2002 and began restoration to preserve it for future generations - ours and yours.  Today, as you visit our farm, you can see and feel the history of this lovely place, while creating memories that will last a lifetime.

Our farm is a busy place - growing luscious blackberries and raspberries for sale on the farm as well as to restaurants.  We also provide venues for special occasions like weddings, family reunions, and corporate events.  Spacious lawns and flower beds provide a beautiful backdrop for a variety of events – country chic at its best.   

Upcoming Events: More to come.

Antiques: We opened Quail Cottage Antiques March 31, 2012. Come see us at 1459 Highway 395 Monday through Saturday 10:00 to 5:30 (775-392-3033).

Weddings & Events: We are taking reservations for 2015. We offer our venue for eight weddings per year and as of this posting we have two booked leaving only six more openings for 2015. Check out our photo album and contract details for pricing by clicking on our Weddings or Events Tabs above and click on Calendar for available dates.

Berries & Berry Products: Our berry plants are in full swing this year. Our raspberries continue to product lots of tasty berries and the blackberries are loaded and are now being picked every other day. Our berry production is expected to continue into September and maybe October, but it depends on the weather. So now is the time to come get all the berries you can eat and freeze.

Our bee keeper, LS Bees, collected honey from our farm and bottled it. We are now selling this honey in 1 and 3 pound jars. Our jam, syrup, and honey are available daily for purchase at Quail Cottage Antiques, 10 to 5:30 as well as our farm.

Also, please add your name to our Contact List and we'll keep you informed on what we are currently doing at the farm this season. We are continuing our subscription program for weekly berries this season as we had great feedback on its success last year. Subscribers picked up their weekly berries and enjoyed visiting the farm to learn about the different varieties and what we were doing as well as the delicious berries.

Updated: September 8, 2014