There are three camp sites one has an amazing view of valley and big pond great for mornings with coffee or evenings next to a fire. Second is closer to road but still has tree covering and beautiful big rocks. Third is RV parking over by our barn this also has a beautiful view. Our property has Sheep, dogs and cats that you are more then welcome to pet and feed. We also hav
There are three camp sites one has an amazing view of valley and big pond great for mornings with coffee or evenings next to a fire. Second is closer to road but still has tree covering and beautiful big rocks. Third is RV parking over by our barn this also has a beautiful view. Our property has Sheep, dogs and cats that you are more then welcome to pet and feed. We also have deer and wild turkeys that walk the property. This is on a privet road with only a few neighbors so not a lot of traffic or cars going by. You are allowed to have a fire in designated fire pits and just relax and enjoy the peacefulness of the outdoors.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 5% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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Family friendly campsite
We enjoyed very much the peace of the trees around the campsite. The rocks made it extra fun for the kids to explore and play. And of course they loved the sheep! Hosts created a very warm and welcoming retreat for us city folks
Tara was a great host and we got to feed the sheep- it was a hoot. There is a beautiful view and a great BBQ/ fire pit to enjoy. Probably good to note that camp site #1 is right in front of the house. We had a good amount of privacy aside from a few friendly “check-ins” but for potable water / bathroom it did require us to go into Tara’s home.
Tara’s farm was perfect for what we needed. We were driving from San Francisco to Montana and needed a place to spend the night so we could hit the road early the next morning. Tara was super nice and even gave us a welcome bag with treats that were very much appreciated. We definitely recommend staying there.
Convenient and easy camping
BoPeep Sheep Farm was a great place to go to get away from the city.
We stayed at campsite 3, which is at the front of the property and away from the house. There is a outcropping of rocks blocking the view of the house and trees all around giving a great amount of privacy. Just on the other side of a fence are some very friendly goats that would love for some head pats.
The site had two flat areas great for up to 6 man tents. There's a couple other spots that are also good for 2 man tents if you have more people. There is a fire fit area with stumps around it for sitting and enjoying a fire. In addition we found a couple great spots to hang our hammock.
Tara was a great host giving us a nice welcome and send off. She also came by just after sunset to give us some s'more making materials! It was great. She is very accommodating and friendly.
Currently they have a half bathroom that is open to campers during the day. They are doing construction in the area so this may not be open to campers in the future. In addition they have a trash can for you to drop off any trash instead of having to pack it all out.
The area was relatively quiet although it is a bit residential. There are farms nearby that appear to sit on 2 to 10 acres which gives a lot of space between homes. However there was some residential noise like lawnmowers, cars, and a train that runs by at night (but pretty far off in the distance).
Given all that, I think this is a great place to camp while jumping off into other adventures. Being just outside of the Auburn and near Lincoln wine country, this campsite is in a great location.
Auburn has great hiking, rafting, dining, historic areas, and breweries to explore. Lincoln has lesser known but excellent wineries that do tastings.
BoPeep was a great get-a-way from the burbs! Took my two kids (8 and 4) and they had a blast petting and feeding the sheep! They got a chance to get in the fenced area with the sheep and we’re ecstatic! We had the spot by the barn that fit my pop-up camper no problem (that happened to be right next to the sheep). Tara was a great host and it was a nice quiet evening away with the children.
Tara was a wonderful host and made sure we had everything we needed. We accidentally booked for campsite #3 which is mainly for RVs we still pitched our tent and made it work. She has three campsite available to rent all sharing a portable bathroom which was super clean normally they scare me. There’s also a common area to bbq and it has an outlet to charge your phones. It was a great first experience for my nephew who had a great time feeding and petting the goats that are literally right next to our campsite. Thanks again for hosting us.
We had a great visit at the BoPeep Sheep Farm! It was clear the host wanted us to have a good experience. She gave us a thorough orientation (including a welcome gift!), checked to make sure our needs were met and was kind and patient with our excitable daughter! Feeding the sheep and interacting with the host’s pets were a fun and unique part of this listing.
Tara was a great host. We went to go camping, and missed the actual woods and higher elevation. If you are looking for a nice place and aren’t used to the regular campsites, this is the best place! Portable bathroom was clean. Fire pit was great and the picnic table was solid! We love simplicity.