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The Campsites


Our primitive campsites were created extra large on purpose! 31 sites are located near the fields & pollinator maze, alongside the woods, by the fishin' hole & by the playground. There are areas with two, three or more sites grouped together for group camping and 20 picnic tables scattered about. There are no hookups for electric & if you forget to byo water, it is available for 50 cents per gallon jug. We charge by the number of wheels & weight load with wear & tear on the land. Tent campsites are $5 per night per bicycle, $10 per night per motorcycle, $25 per night per carload, $30 for pop-ups, vans and trucks & $35 for rvs. The Lofted Barn is $40 a night.





Campsite 1

The Lofted Barn is closest to the fishin' hole in part sun/part shade near the wooded fence line. It has 2 cots to sleep 2 people (each cot holds 250 lbs). Comes with a picnic table, firepit, large cooking grate, cooking utensils, overhead storage, battery operated fan light. A foot trail along the fence line will lead you back to the woods.

primitive lofted barn rental cabin

Campsites 2-4

Part sun/part shade near the wooded fence line & a playing field for football, bocce ball & frisbee. These sites are close to the fishin' hole, the sounds of bullfrogs and a short walk to the portapotty. A foot trail along the fence line will lead you back to the woods.

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Campsite 5

This is the best large RV/large travel trailer site. It's huge, part sun, part shade near the entrance, alongside a wooded fence line & looks out into the playing field. There is a gravel base under the grass to hold the weight of your RV. No hookups, quiet generators please.

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Campsite 6

Another large RV/large travel trailer site, it is the easiest to back in. This site is also huge with part sun, part shade & near the entrance. There is a gravel base under the grass to hold the weight of your RV. Sitting 15' from the animal barn, you'll hear some quacking, and definitely Mr. Roo in the early morning.

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Campsites 7, 8 & 9

Full sun. Near the horseshoe pit & playing field. Good sites for small RVs or to be close to events happening at the Big Pole Barn. Very short walk to the portapotty.

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Campsites 16-19

Full sun near the ridge & pollinator maze garden. Good drainage spots in case of rain. Deer crossing area. Campsite 19 is close to gray water disposal, handy for emptying your dishwater & close to the portapotty. These sites are near the overflow parking in case you want to move your vehicle off your site for plenty of room for 3 tents. Good sites for group camping.

Campsites 24-27

These 4 sites are part sun/part shade, a bit secluded & sit alongside the woods and pollinator maze garden. The hedgerow path & 2 main trails into the woods are nearby.

a bit secluded

Campsite 28

Part sun/part shade on a slight slope. This is a very large corner site alongside the back woods near the hedgerow stage with no immediate neighbors. Best tent size is a 4 man because of the slope. Private hammock area tucked in the woods!

Campsites 29-31

Mostly shade/part sun near the pine trees, back woods, hedgerow path & acoustic stage. These three sites are by themselves on a slight slope & great for group camping & hanging a few hammocks. Deer & turkey like this area. Stone firepits are great for Dutch oven cooking.

shady campsite near the woods
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