(名詞) 農場度假 (farm vacation)。亦寫成 hay-cation。
It couldn't have been more different than modern-day city life — and that's the point of Feather Down Farm Days, a European-based company whose "haycations" are taking root in the United States.
—Lori Rackl, "Take a family 'haycation' on an Illinois farm," The Chicago Sun-Times, July 10, 2010
Farm vacations — often called "haycations" — give people a break from the bustle of city life, and a chance to pack up the kids and enjoy a down-home night or two out on a farm. Pennsylvania, California and Vermont lead the nation in "haycation" destinations, according to the database at FarmStayUS.com. Pennsylvania even has its own organization for haycations: the Pennsylvania Farm Vacation Association.
—Kellie B. Gormly, "Getaway 'haycations' turn families into farmhands," Pittsburgh Tribune Review, April 25, 2011