Two creeks come through property one has couple decent water holes, lots of trails on property tons more in the national forest bordering two sides of property. Several options for camp spots plenty of room apart. Bring out your bikes, quads, Razor’s, horses, dogs and access thousands of acres of forest right out the back gate. Must park at back gate and hike or ride up to
Two creeks come through property one has couple decent water holes, lots of trails on property tons more in the national forest bordering two sides of property. Several options for camp spots plenty of room apart. Bring out your bikes, quads, Razor’s, horses, dogs and access thousands of acres of forest right out the back gate. Must park at back gate and hike or ride up to moto/tent camp (about 100 yards) to access due to grade of hill.
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Lots of hiking trails on property
Forest access out back gate. About ten acres of pasture with scattered trees
Lee creek nearby
Access to forest right out back gate with miles of trails
Lots of rabbit, squirrels, deer, birds. Occasionally have cat or black bear come through.
Natural features you'll find at Moto/Tent camp in Arkansas.
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I arrived late afternoon and Eric was easy to communicate with before I did and answer my questions. I drive a 2wd Mazda 3, and I had no trouble on the short stretch of country road to get to camp, just took it slow. It was easy to find. I had cell service so I could use GPS even though the directions were very clear. Bear, the dog, was super sweet and was there to greet us as well, and got along with my pup just fine. They also had free range chickens!
It is a BEAUTIFUL, secluded piece of property. There are trails everywhere. It was clear and mowed so I could pull my car close to my campsite.
I camped on the North West hill on the property, which Eric said was his favorite spot. I can see why. It's about 100 yards uphill, but then you are at the highest point that you can see. The campsite was nice and clear, the leaves raked up, and the ground was pretty soft. There was plenty of room for more than 1 tent. Lots of firewood and kindling was provided. There is a chair swing on the steep side of the hill, which is a great spot to sit and enjoy the sunset, especially with the fall colors.
I hiked along the north side of the property, and easily found one of the creeks which still had a surprising amount of water for this time of year.
Overall, this campsite was a really nice, secluded, peaceful spot- and great for stargazing. Since you're "on top of the mountain" there is a good breeze.
The trails and property were well maintained, and Eric said he's always adding new ones. I didn't ride dirt-bikes or 4 wheelers, just hiked, but honestly, if you do ride the trails seemed like they would be a blast and there was a variety of easy and challenging routes.
All in all, highly recommend and hope to return!