Field and Stream is 9 km on the Tonteldoos Road, outside of Dullstroom on the Mpumalanga Highland grasslands. The farm is ideal for couples, families or groups wanting to escape the business of city life. Whether you enjoy trout fishing in dams or on a river, walking, hiking, mountain biking, bird watching or just relaxing, the farm offers you the opportunity to relax and recharge. The farm also has a clay pigeon shooting range and the Wingers Bush Bar which is open every Saturday and on request (if more than four people) at other times of the week. The farm is also suitable for more informal corporate retreats. Field and Stream has a great diversity of Mpumalanga's grassland birds and plants, and for the more focussed, a plethora of dragonflies and other insects. Blesbuck, Grey Rhebuck, Mountain Reedbuck, Duikers, Fallow Deer, Cape Otters, Sidestriped and Blackbacked Jackals, Serval, Caracal, Brown Hyena, Aardvark, Bushpig, Warthog, monkeys and baboons are present on the farm and are regularly seen by guests. Field and Stream has five streams originating on the farm, all tributaries of the Witpoort River, The many pools along these streams, and the three waterfalls on the farm offer a guest great opportunities for picnics and cool swims. The three dams and Witpoort River are all stocked with Rainbow Trout and the farm is well known for its good fly fishing in the area. Note though that the River is closed to fishing between 1 May and 30 August. It has five self catering cottages in a farm setting. There are two six to eight sleepers - Cormorant Cove and Eagle Crest which overlook Meike's Meer. The Lodge is a 10 sleeper unit, within very close walking distance of William's Favourite, a weir. The Farmstead is a pet friendly six sleeper unit. The Nest is a pet friendly two sleeper unit. In total, the farm can accommodate up to 30 people. A high clearance vehicle is preferable, but if driven with care, normal cars can be used.