Our campsite is part of a land restoration project of One Earth Collaborative, LLC. This organization consists of artists, naturalists, musicians, and land stewards who are passionate about restoring our Earth to it's full healing. The property is 12 acres that stretches from the remains of an old bridge to the Oregonia Road bridge. There is a field with an organic garden, s
Our campsite is part of a land restoration project of One Earth Collaborative, LLC. This organization consists of artists, naturalists, musicians, and land stewards who are passionate about restoring our Earth to it's full healing. The property is 12 acres that stretches from the remains of an old bridge to the Oregonia Road bridge. There is a field with an organic garden, sunflowers growing and towards the river there are giant sycamores, cottonwoods and more. You may choose to pull your car into one of the field spots or park and walk into the garden forest and camp riverside.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 20% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at One Earth Collaborative Sanctuary in Ohio.
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Nice spot for camping and Lindsay was very helpful and responsive. We stayed in the spot right by the creek and it was gorgeous. In the morning the mist rising off the creek was really pretty. Only suggestion would be to bring your own wood.
Not the secluded spot we hoped for.
It was a great site right on the Little Miami river with a great mix of camp site styles from heavily wooded to an open field. The stars were a great sight at night. The only problem for us was the proximity of the campsites to the local bar/restaurant. It is across the river and through the woods so you can see it but as soon as they turn on the live music, well you're gonna feel like you have a front row seat from 7 -11pm. It was loud but it stopped at 11. Plus it was biker night so there were loud motorcycles revving their engines and speeding by the campsite all night.
Beautiful and friendly setting
Lovely field option for campers, wooded stream margin for tenters. Hostess is attentive and thoughtful. Adjacent to Little Miami River paddling and biking. A surprising delight.
Recreation in close proximity
We would stay again! There were options to camp next to your car in the field or walk into the woods for a spot closer to the river. We enjoyed a paddle and dinner at the nearby bar & grill during this trip, but hope to utilize the bike path that is a short distance from the collaborative in the future. Expect a very clean outhouse in close proximity to all the sites, more seclusion than a typical campground, and positive vibes.
Beautiful space with wonderful people. Our son immediately found some kids to play with and the hosts made sure we were comfortable.
-Very friendly people
-Fun communal fire
-Great little snack/coffee/drink shack
-Private and easy to get to
Pro tip: consider booking on a weeknight for a more private experience.
Beautiful, fun place! We just stopped for a like 12 hours but I’d definitely recommend staying longer. Lots of beautiful things set up. Went for a stroll through the garden and along the river. Just lovely.
Wonderful! would highly recommend!
Lindsey’s Nature Preserve was an absolutely beautiful experience. Lindsey greeted us on our second night(we arrived late the first evening) and was full of knowledge and kindness. Her precise directions allowed us to arrive on site even in the dark, however the first night we camped close to the vehicle ad we did not want to disturb others near the river. I do suggest arriving with plenty of light to ensure you find a place to call home near the river. Lindsey was very gracious, our dogs were spooked at night when she arrived and despite them barking at her and running up to her she still met us with open arms and we couldn’t be more thankful. There are around 4 spots you can set tents up inside of the trail near the river with access to the water down the bank. Water shoes are a must as rivers can track up lots of metal etc, and we used a rope to help one another up the riverbank when it was muddy. This property is great for those who like community and togetherness. If you are looking for solitude other campers are very friendly, and will give you space if that’s what you prefer as well. We collected rocks and made a small fire pit near the rivers edge and drown it when we left. Lindsey also offered her floating tent to us for fishing, camping or just play as well! She was extremely attentive and I would recommend this property!
Things to note:
-There is an outhouse on the left side of the driveway when you pull into the property before you reach the parking area.
-There are a few picnic tables near the parking area as well as a small fire pit and trash bin(I recommend carrying our your trash as we did because it was somewhat full and we were able to take our recycling home this way)
-Bring water shoes if you are planning on swimming or hanging out in the river
-Tent sites aren’t too far from parking and there is a nice trail leading up to each site