To get back to nature
Grins & Pickin’s CampFarm was created to share the outdoors with others. Growing food, flower gardening, camping, fishing, hiking & practicing homesteading is what we like to do. And we like sharing these activities with others.
We have created a fun place for your family to visit, play outside & stay the night outside if you choose. With woods to hike & a creek to explore. Wildlife to see. And a pond to catch & release bluegill. A place to relax & get away from all the screens. A place to get back to nature.
The CampFarm caters to primitive camping but we do have a few campsites for small rv's (with no available hookups). We prefer to hear the frogs & owls instead of the sound of generators. There is no electricity at the extra large campsites & you'll need to bring in your own water.
Here at the farm, you can grow your own food, pick your own food, cook your own food & eat it too.
Where else can you go camping & pick out your own fresh eggs for breakfast?
Grins & Pickin's
"We just got back from a weekend camp out at Grins & Pickin's Camp Farm - and it was GREAT! Friendly staff, great facilities, EXACTLY the kind of primitive, family style camping experience we were looking for. We are already planning our next camp out there. Thank you so much! :)"
Thank you, Ohio Travel Guide 2018!
Thank you Go Camping America!
Are you looking to get away from the stress of daily life? Grins & Pickin's CampFarm offers the ultimate return to nature, where the spring wildflowers are spectacular and wildlife viewing of big bucks, long beards and bald eagles is plentiful. The CampFarm offers nature-based and homesteading activities where you can even pick your own morning fresh eggs for breakfast! This primitive campground is an outdoor recreation facility located on a working farm near the very heart of Ohio, where you truly can get away from it all!
Featured on Go Camping America Facebook page, May 14, 2017
"I can't tell you how nice it was to just sit and listen to the silence, see the moon and stars, and just enjoy being in the woods. City guy that I am, it was a real treat to hear a couple of different owls, a woodpecker, and a turkey. I'd like to come back, maybe with the scouts, but maybe not."