Gomez Family Farm

12769 County Rd 1131, Flint, TX 75762 Phone (903) 705-5802

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New Happenings at Gomez Family Farm



The Need for Families to be Self-Sufficient


Farm and ranch families comprise 2% of the U.S. population. But by the year 2050 we will have almost 10 billion people globally. Farmers will have to increase food production by 70% to feed them all. Our mission is to teach other farmers and families in rural, suburban and urban areas about farming, the great outdoors and self-sufficiency. We use many self-sufficiency skills on the farm such as gardening, animal husbandry, canning & preserving food, blacksmithing, slaughtering, butchering, and wine making.


July Happenings on the Farm


We are working on fattening animals up while we have an abundance of fresh green grass. We want them to go into winter looking as good as possible. We are also fattening piglets who are growing fast for our winter pork. They are Hampshire and Red Wattle cross. We also have 6 roosters who will be going in our freezer sometime this month as well. We had a hen hatch 17 chicks. Hopefully they will grow up to be great egg layers.


We added 200 catfish fingerlings to our pond. We are trying to get the pond stocked up and ready for fishing this summer.


All in all we have had a good growing season in the garden. Our biggest hurdle for the garden will probably be getting sufficient rainfall for the crops. We planted corn, cantaloupe, watermelon, okra, cucumbers, squash, zucchini, green beans, peas, peppers, tomatoes, beets, spinach, onion, potatoes, strawberries, garlic, carrots, asparagus, and herbs. The pear trees have done well this year. The grapevines are loaded down with fruit. We are busily eating fresh from the garden and preserving our bounty!

Highlighted Blog Posts

Click on each article below to read about the latest in Texas farm news.
Planting the Seeds
Planting the Seed | Ag in the Classroom
Kids in the Kitchen
Kids In The Kitchen | Ag in the Classroom

It's Time to Get Outside & Enjoy Nature!

We wanted to assure you that your safety is our top priority during these times. The great thing about the cabin is there is plenty of fresh air and outdoor space away from people. There are several activities to do outside at the cabin such as fishing, hiking, playing outdoor games and enjoying the fire pit. You will not have to worry about interacting with other people unless you want to such as going to the store .


Also we are cleaning and sanitizing the cabin according to CDC guidelines and Airbnb enhanced cleaning protocol.

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Complimentary Bottle of Wine or Jar of Homemade Jam for Returning Gomez Family Farm Guests

After booking please mention the coupon code below to receive your choice of a complimentary bottle of wine or homemade jam during your visit! We look forward to hosting you again!
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Reasons to Stay

Family, couple, or solo vacation holiday


Birthday, honeymoon, anniversary, or any important gathering


Romantic weekend


Visit to a nearby tourist attraction, lake, nature park, historic place, or theme park


For rest and relaxation away from the stress of work and home

How to Have a Safe Vacation

Things to do in Our Area

Click on the picture links below for things to do in our area.

Our Nearest Marina

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The Villages Marina is about 4 miles away from the cabin. They rent boats and fishing poles for you to use on Lake Palestine. They have a bait & tackle shop and you can buy a fishing license if you need one. They also have a great marina grill! Click below for more information.

Local Wineries & Craft Breweries

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Enjoy the Slower Pace of Country Life

Our Gomez Family Farm Cabin is located on our farm situated near a catfish pond. It has a swing set for the kids as well as an area for an outdoor campfire for roasting hot dogs and marshmallows! We now have nature trails for hiking!

Things to do at the Cabin

Star Gazing, Fishing, Play Board Games, Sit Around the Campfire and Tell Stories, Roast Marshmallows, Read a Good Book, Listen to Music, Run and Play Outside, Grill Outdoors, Reconnect with your Family, Go Hiking on the Nature Trails, Dream...
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Let us know if you would like to arrange a homestead tour!

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We teach free and low-cost community and school-based gardening classes to teach others about self-sustainability and growing your own food. Read more about our projects below.