Pitch your tent in our beautiful Pristine Pine grove beside a country pasture. If peace, quiet, and an awesome view of a large Canada goose pond is your idea of fun, you won't be disappointed. There is ample distance between your own fire ring and picnic table tent site and the nearest neighbor for your privacy.
No weapons or fireworks, please. This is a Golden Rule property. We ask our visitors to respect each other as well as Nature.
Although Pristine Pines fully immerses you in the country, Searcy and Harding University are a convenient 15-minute drive away.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 2 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
The vibe at Pristine Pines
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Pristine Pines is the perfect name for a campsite like this. After turning down the gravel road and heading past the host's house, I easily found the campsite tucked back into the pines on their property. There is a cleared out space for you to park your car (and even "parking sign" to help) which is conveniently just a few steps from camp. The campsite has a picnic table, fire ring, tons of fire wood, and plenty of space to pitch your tent. I chose to face my tent towards the road because you get a glimpse of the farm and animals hanging in the distance.
But it would be just as easy to face back towards the pines and feel completely secluded.
Pristine Pines was peaceful and quiet. It was so nice to lay in my tent, completely tucked into the pines after being on the road for a while. I whipped up some dinner on my camp stove, read my book, and just enjoyed being away from life's hustle.
The site was not too far off of Route 40. So if you're looking for a spot to crash while on a long drive, it doesn't get much better then this!