Pitch your tent in a shady grove with a view of the farm and Lookout Mountain or in a shady area near the spring. Access to water spigots near both areas. Very private. Near Little River Canyon and the wonderful mountain town of Mentone, AL. We have 50 acres of pasture surrounded by dense hillsides of trees. Texas Longhorn cattle and free-range chickens. Fresh farm eggs, honey, pears and blueberries are sometimes available for sale.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 50% off
The vibe at Springhorn Ranch
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Michele and Brad were great hosts! I showed up in 20 degree weather and Brad was more than happy to show me around the property. There are over a dozen longhorn and steer who were delightfully curious of my arrival. I pet the few that would get within arms reach of me and it was AMAZING. There's one steer in particular, her name is Red, she is the most curious of them all. She had to make sure my tent passed her taste test so she licked to make sure it was okay for me to camp among the herd. They all stayed around as I set up my little place and made my fire. The baby calves were excited. I woke up with the sun and went to explore as much as I could in such bitter temperatures - during the Summer and Spring months, the weather is perfect! I walked down to another pasture and played with the chickens and the owners 2 pups. I walked along the fence line to see their little vineyard and bee hives. It was time to leave, I packed up my gear, cleaned up my mess, made sure my fire was smothered and cold, and said goodbye to all the longhorns. Michele saw me out and made sure I didn't need anything else for my next journey.
Springhorn Ranch was cozy, quiet, and safe. A few key characteristics for a solo traveler like myself.