Hipcamp host Brian D.
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Large open space located next to organic farm produce and diner.

Facebook: Bent Pickle Produce

Campsite area
Bring your own tents
5 sites
Up to 4 guests per site
Park at listing
No wheelchair access
Campfires allowed
Toilet available
Pets allowed
Potable water available
Showers available
Picnic table available
Bins available
No wifi
Have a question? Send Brian a message!
  • Check in: After 9AM
  • Check out: Before 1PM
  • Cancellation policy: Moderate
  • On arrival: Meet and greet
  • Minimum nights: 1 night
  • Accepts bookings: 6 months out
  • Weeknight discount: 10% off


Offered on the Host's property or nearby.

Horseback riding
Wind sports
Snow sports
Whitewater paddling
Wildlife watching


Natural features you'll find at Bent Pickle Produce Org. Farm in Colorado.

River, stream or ...

Places to see near Bent Pickle Organic Farm/Diner

Vega State Park
Vega State Park
8 miles way Explore
Grand Mesa National Forest
Grand Mesa National Forest
14 miles way Explore
Rifle Gap State Park
Rifle Gap State Park
28 miles way Explore
Rifle Falls State Park
Rifle Falls State Park
33 miles way Explore
Paonia State Park
Paonia State Park
39 miles way Explore
Colorado National Monument
Colorado National Monument
40 miles way Explore
Crawford State Park
Crawford State Park
43 miles way Explore
Black Canyon Of The Gunnison National Park
Black Canyon Of The Gunnison National Park
49 miles way Explore
Gunnison National Forest
Gunnison National Forest
52 miles way Explore
White River National Forest
White River National Forest
63 miles way Explore
Sylvan Lake State Park
Sylvan Lake State Park
68 miles way Explore
Ridgway State Park
Ridgway State Park
70 miles way Explore
Stagecoach State Park
Stagecoach State Park
93 miles way Explore
Uncompahgre National Forest
Uncompahgre National Forest
94 miles way Explore
Yampa River State Park
Yampa River State Park
96 miles way Explore

The vibe at Bent Pickle Produce Org. Farm

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Hipcamper Betsy
Betsy B.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
May 30th, 2018

I am SO glad I waited too long to book our camping site for Memorial Day weekend and stumbled onto this SECRET GEM of a brand new campground! It's behind an old fashioned Diner that kinda looks like a hole in the wall from the front, but don't be deceived! The sign out front says "The Drive In". The new owner, Brian, opened the Bent Pickle in 2017. The food is SO fresh and tasty! Check out the reviews on Bent Pickle Diner at Trip Advisor. They're accurate.

We had THE most fabulous time! It's a beautiful area with a wide view of the mountains in the distance, big old trees in the backyard and pristine camp sites. Great views! Good food, adventure and extremely relaxing! We were the first campers EVER so I have an obligation to share.....Karma, right? (But I'd love to keep it a secret for myself.)

It was a pleasure to meet and greet the owner and host, Brian. He has a nice glow about him. His humor, good nature and hospitality alone is a reason to go there. He's very accommodating and kindhearted and is creating a wonderful space full of happiness and Mother Nature. I can hardly wait to see what the future has for this campground, now that I'm letting the word out...

We camped in the corner where there was shade all day and the tent was nestled in a small grove of trees about 10-12 feet high with a row of big trees all along the side of the hill that provided great shade all day. It was SO nice. I named the site we were at Groundhog Corner because when we arrived, there were a few Groundhogs running around. When we moved a bit too close to their area, one of them showed up about 25 feet away, stood up and started to Woodchuck call. Very unique sound.

The Diner is across a mostly shady yard with LARGE shade trees, picnic tables and quaint romantic eating areas. Go up a wooden ramp that passes the restrooms and you're there. No cooking, no clean up and nothing but delicious. Most relaxing camp trip in my life!

I saw bumblebees and big colorful butterflies-swallowtails and a few others. There's a nice little tunnel of a hike that goes across the side of the hill, around a marsh like area-yes, bring your mosquito spray with deet and you'll be fine-then down the hill into this HUGE green pasture-like area (no cows), with a dock and a swimming hole the dogs can use. That's going to be the best dog walking area. We didn't do the hike all the way due to waiting too long to get up and do it. But there's next time. Oh, by the way, the streets here roll up by 8.

Currently, the shower is a solar shower, but we decided to just rough it and were fine. We brought our own water and refilled it there. We also brought our own wood, but you can buy some at a grocery store..I can't remember how far away it is, though.

Only drawback: some sounds of machines--I suspect A/C--at night, but it kinda lulled me to sleep and I slept well. I forgot my ear plugs and I typically cannot sleep without them.

Suggestions: The area between the Conoco and the Diner I suspect is going to become a walk way to the Conoco for campers. There's a little rubbish out there that is unsightly. Also, that last parking spot on the lot by that area would be nice to have blocked off if people are allowed to park their car in the campsite area, like you allowed us to do. Oh, and there's some little sharp stumps that were by our tent area that need to be cut to the ground. We pounded 2 down with a hammer that were small, but there's one or two bigger ones left. Thanks a lot for a fabulous memory and we will be back!!

All day shade, right here!Some family I do not know that agreed to pose for me. Before we left, I noticed the tables and the dirty chair on the right were all cleaned. People come from far and wide to eat at this old-fashioned diner. Memorial Day had a lot of happy people eating here.The side of the diner with the greenhouse next to it.It was nice and breezy all weekend.
Hipcamper Carter
Carter C.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
August 7th, 2018

I think this would be the perfect site for people looking to spend time on the Mesa nearby or someone passing through. We had a nice time picking fruit and had a relaxing time in the van. Brian was very accommodating. If you are interested in agriculture, his organic farm is right down the road and he would love to show it to you. Simple set up, but just what we were looking for passing through the area.

There is a nice backyard, where customers from the diner made use of the yard gamesThe greenhouse connected to the dinerThere is a large tent where you can sleep if you want. Front of the Bent Pickle, with lots of classic diner food and run by Brian, your host. The camping is around back
Bent Pickle Organic Farm/Diner
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