Hipcamp host Kimberly
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16 ac family compound that boarders 1600 ac Lake Leatherwood. Spring and many spots for sustainable camping.

Campsite area
Bring your own tents
No. of sites
2 bookable sites
Park at listing
Group sizes
Up to 5 people per site
Fires allowed
Toilet available
Potable water available
Pets allowed
Showers available
Pack it out
Picnic table available
No wifi
No RV hookup
No RV sanitation
Have a question? Send Kimberly a message!
  • Check in: After 2PM
  • Check out: Before 12PM
  • Cancellation policy: Moderate
  • On arrival: Go straight to camp
  • Minimum nights: 2
  • Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Wildlife watching
Horseback riding
Wind sports
Snow sports
Whitewater paddling

The vibe at Morningstar

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Hipcamper Scottie

Morningstar is tucked into the undulating Ozark landscape that makes up picturesque Eureka Springs. Camp host Kimberly allows campers to hike in and camp just about anywhere on the 13 acre woods. We choose to camp just beyond spring waterfall near a rock face. We were surrounded by towering trees above a deep ravine and below bluffs.

There's backcountry hiking throughout the acreage as well a few groomed paths. During a hot day you'll be sure to dip your feet in the cool spring pool next to the dripping waterfall. Kimberly says that the little waterfall keeps going no matter the time of year.

Be sure to spend time in quaint Eureka Springs, which is on the National Register of Historic Places. The town is stuck in time and tucked into the valleys and ridges that make up the landscape. You'll have find tons of places to eat and shop between exploring the pristine wilderness of this northern Arkansas' Ozarks town.

Hipcamper Anne

Kimberly is a phenomenal hostess! There is a restroom inside the house available (we tried to only use it during wakeful hours, but she didn’t restrict use). We camped behind the house because the hill drop off was very steep and I had a hurt foot where I could not hike all our gear down. I would recommend having all your gear in backpacks if you are planning to take it to a remote place on the property. We were thinking there would be more flat land to pitch our tent but couldn’t access any close to our parking near the house. We couldn’t hike our gear down without multiple trips up/down a very steep drop off, so we had to camp near to the house. There were multiple outdoor seating balconies and a small grate for a fire in the backyard with one particularly good view from the covered balcony.

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