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An Outdoor Paradise...

If getting out in the great outdoors is your idea of fun then there are many activities available on and near the estate. You can enjoy hunting and hiking on Colbert's Farm Estate or state game lands. We furnish picnic tables, gas grill, and a fire ring with wood at no extra charge. Horseback riding, mountain biking, and snowmobiling on adjoining state snowmobile trails is mere minutes away. Many other activities abound such as fishing, bowling, movie going, or simply relaxing in the sun!

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A PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS...

Attractions Abound...

There are also many nearby attractions. From exploring caves to visiting museums, the Farm is your central location for many Huntingdon County attractions. Within 45 minutes of the estate you can find Raystown Lake, Lincoln Caverns and Indian Caverns, Swigart Auto Museum, Juniata College, East Broad Top Steam Railroad and Street Car Museum, Seven Points Area Complex, State College, and Altoona.

Country Charm at an Affordable Price...

A two-night minimum stay is required most of the year, except during holidays and hunting season when the minimum stay is three nights. Reservations are taken by the night, weekend or week.

We offer exceptional seasonal rates including $125.00 per night with a two night minimum stay, $300.00 a for three night stay, and $525.00 for a full week. Ask us about our off-season rates!

A $100.00 rental deposit is required to secure reservations. This deposit is non-refundable unless a two-week cancellation notice is given. The deposit is due within two weeks of making the reservation or the reservation will be cancelled. Payment in full is due prior to or upon arrival. Guests may arrive as early as 3:00 PM. Check-out must be completed by 11:00 AM.

Surround yourself in country charm!

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Farm FAQ...

Q: What is the population of Huntingdon County?

A: According to 2000 U.S. Census, the county had a population of 45,586. These persons lived in 16,759 households and several institutions. Between 1990 and 2000, the county’s population grew by 3.2%.

Area Highlights...

Huntingdon was founded in 1767 by Rev. William Smith on the site of the aboriginal Standing Stone near the junction ofthe present-day Juniata River and Standing Stone Creek. Much of the town retains the form given it by Smith, who was then provost of the University of Pennsylvania.

A replica of the original Standing Stone stands at the intersection of Penn and William Smith Streets in the Downtown Huntingdon Historic District. With the creation of Huntingdon County in 1787, Huntingdon became its County Seat, and in 1796 Huntingdon was chartered as Huntingdon Borough.