The Seasonal Homestead: Net Worth, Location and Becky’s Age (2024)

If you’re a fan of their YouTube channel and want to know:

➜ Where their current cabin is located

➜ How much they make on YouTube

➜ How they saved up for their cabin

➜ If they are single or have a boyfriend

➜ What is their net worth and income

➜ Where you can source more details

➜ Discover any of their cabin secrets

Then you’re in the right place!

Let’s journey into their #cabinlife story.

The Channel

The Seasonal Homestead

Real Name(s)

Cameron Porter (age 41)

Becky Porter (age 38)

They have 4 kids together and as a family, they are Mormon just like several other homesteading channels.

Their Home

Rather than build a homestead or cabin from scratch, they simply bought theirs. I’m unsure if they have bought theirs debt-free or with a 30-year mortgage.


During their time on the homestead, they have upgraded their lives with:

➜ A new green house

➜ A new chicken tractor

➜ A HUGE pantry

➜ An outdoor wood heater

There is still more to come, potentially with additional animals.


They are based in Arkansas (Zone 6b)


Both Cameron and Becky have always had a love for the outdoors and country living, rather than conventional life.

Fast forward a few years and through creating their homestead, they’ve provided a safe and fulfilling sanctuary for which their kids to grow up in.

Net Worth

YouTube couples are often wealthier than we imagine.

As of 2024, The Seasonal Homestead has a net worth of $1,450,000 USD.

This is based on the value of their 52 acre homestead, their cars, equipment and online business.

That certainly helps them live the idyllic life in the woods.


It’s also surprising how much their channel makes.

The Seasonal Homestead makes $7,500 per month on YouTube.

To make this kind of money, they simply:

➜ Add affiliate links to their video description

➜ Enable YouTube to put ads on their videos

➜ Brand sponsors such as Roots and Harvest

So it’s clear that Becky is treating their YouTube channel like a business, and it’s just enough to support them and their family.


I haven’t seen them join in with any other channels yet, but *watch this space*

Big Moments

During their journey, they have experienced some crop losses but fortunately, no wild animals or humans have entered their property.

Future Plans

They went from half an acre to 52 acres and feel no need to upgrade. They may build an additional home (or homes) on their property once their children become adults.

The purpose of their channel is to be a journey, rather than a destination. So as time goes on, their homestead will continue to evolve and become better.

Ideally, they’ll be 95% self-sufficient which is quite realistic.


None that I could find, although there is naturally some gossip going around.


What can we learn from their #cabinpreneur journey?

➜ Start your garden today, no matter how small

➜ Everything you need to learn is available for free

➜ Empower yourself to achieve true freedom online

And in 5 years from now, you’ll definitely thank yourself.

My Thoughts

They’re one of the best family homesteading channels on YouTube, with my #1 favorite being Good Simple Living.

Your Cabin

Inspired by their homesteading story?

Ready to build your cabin in the woods?

Paired with a sustainable online income?

Then Cabinpreneur is here to help you…

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