In 1945, Carl Sandburg moved to this thirty-acre farm in Flat Rock, North Carolina, which provided continued solitude for his writing and land for his wife to raise her champion goats. Since 1968, the farm has been managed by the National Park Service. The Carl Sandburg Home is open daily, and visitors can explore the residence and its rolling pastures and woods, hiking trails, lakes, ponds, gardens, and apple orchard. Visit the website for hours, admission fees, and more information.