Please see Forest Springs CAMPING for info on bringing your RV or using our RV.
We offer tent camping, RV camping, a complete guesthouse, and any combination.
As we are listed on several sites, please email to check availability as the calendar on this site may not yet have been updated; there is no cell phone service here; when we are closed for winter, the landline phone may not work. Thanks.
If our rates seem high, it is because we only host one group at a time (rarely 2), for your peace and privacy. Besides the natural beauty, everyone notices the QUIET but you can bring your rock band (ask ahead). Amazing stars, too.
Open April 1 to Nov (this may change depending on the year); please inquire.
Please SEE Forest Springs CAMPING for all RV information. Thanks!
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
The vibe at Forest Springs RV
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
The Forest Springs RV camp was a great way to enjoy a bit of nature while still having a few creature comforts. First, I should talk about the property in general.
The physical structures of the property sit in the middle and on either side are beautiful meadows that transition to dense forest. There is a natural spring system and corresponding creek that is the life blood of the forest and makes this particular area teeming with critters. There is an abundance of natural fruit, varied vegetation, thick trees, and unspoiled land. The power of the natural spring is harnessed and converted to energy, which is how the power on the property is produce. Forest Springs is completely off-the-grid, but there doesn't seem to be anything sacrificed in the process. An abundance of water, ample electricity, and a full bathroom/shower make it easy to get comfortable here. Colette has gone to great lengths to develop a trail and map system that covers the whole of this large property. There are hidden lakes/ponds, old bridges crossing the stream, and animals galore in the surrounding forest and groves.
The RV itself is equipped with more than what was expected. It has electricity, a dual electric stove-top, microwave, coffeemaker, working toilet and shower (water is cold). There is also a small fan, which is crucial during the hot summer days. The bed is comfortable and comes with a top sheet, but it is never a bad idea to bring your own sheet to throw on top.
There is a permanent covering built around the RV that gives an added level of protection and shade. The opening is pointed towards the forest and adjacent berry thicket, which scores major points in the camp vibe category.
This property alone has a ton to offer and the surrounding area also has swimming and hot springs options, which makes this a perfect place to spend a couple days. The site is private and comfortable and is very close to a main trail, which makes this a place I would definitely recommend. The RV is a relic, but from someone who typically tent camps, this was what I would consider glamping.