A guest never forgets the host who has treated them kindly
Fieldguide Farmhouse is home to owner/operator Lee, her young son Jack, friendly rescue pup Louie and feisty barn cat Daisy. Thanks to generous support by family and friends, Lee opened the doors to Fieldguide Farmhouse in December 2016. Lee grew up on fifty acres in Athens, Georgia with dogs, horses and wide array of other pets playing in fields, woods, rivers and tree-forts. She earned a Bachelor's of Science in Parks, Recreation & Tourism from Texas A&M University and a post-graduate diploma in Environment Society & Design from Lincoln University in Christchurch, New Zealand. Lee returned state-side excitedly moved to northern Michigan for an AmeriCorps position with Grand Traverse Regional Land Conservancy in 2009. The following year, Lee joined Traverse Area Recreation & Transportation, Inc. (TART Trails) and served as Trail Planning & Management Director for five years. After hours and with a baby on the way she completed a full gut renovation designing her first home, an 1880's cottage in downtown Traverse City. In March of 2015, Lee discovered her dream house for sale and moved to charming Central Lake. For a year she worked as Trail Manager for The Friends of Glacial Hills before operating Fieldguide Farmhouse full-time. The trail is winding yet beautiful and adventure awaits! Thank you for being here and we look forward to hosting you and yours at Fieldguide Farmhouse.