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Jan T.’s Land
5 sites · RVs, Tents28 acres · Ruston, LA
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Busters Privat RV Park is great for large and small RVs
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Busters Private RV Park
6 sites · RVs16 acres · Center, TXBland Lake Hideaway the home of Buster's Private RV Park is a quiet place to camp and relax!Learn...
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Savage Lane Farm Camping
2 sites · RVs, Tents50 acres · Collinston, LALearn more about this land:This is a family farm which I now steward. One house was built by my grandparents in 1939 and the other by my father in 1981. There is a hay field and a horse pasture that is home to Biscuit and Shorty. Vehicle campers can locate a spot near either house if they need electricity or water. Tent campers can set up almost anywhere that appeals to them.
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DeerCreek Farm RCD
4 sites · Tents100 acres · Newton, TX100acres farm owned by Robert & Cris DuPont. Both animal lovers and nature enthusiast. Have a...
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Dee Dee's B&B
1 site · LodgingKeatchie, LAI obviously take advantage of living in the country and enjoying the peace and quiet of everyday living that it provides! So many people enjoy coming out here and just unplugging and unwinding. I know my property won't disappoint if you decide to stay in the fully equipped cabin or if you just pitch a tent under the whispering pines. The ponds are fully stocked with bass, bream and catfish, so fun to catch and you can even keep your catch and cook them over your own campfire. The canopy of stars and chirping frogs will lull you to sleep in the privacy of this secluded campsite.
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Big Thicket Camping
4 sites · RVs, Tents40 acres · TXTyler County Texas is part of the Big Thicket National Preserve. Here you can find a variety of wildlife such as deer, wild hogs, bobcats, bald eagles, armadillos, raccoons, opossums, rabbits and snakes. There are even a pair of red tail hawks that like to hunt on the property. There are wild blackberries and muscadine grapes that grow around the perimeter of the property as well as up and down the road. Tyler County started as a lumber area and still continues the tradition today with approximately 1,500 acres of timber to the east all the way to the Neches River. There are several trail rides in the area throughout the year as well as the Dogwood Festival in Woodville. If you are looking for some a place to walk in the woods and do some tremendous star gazing this is the place for you.Learn more about this land:There are several acres of pasture surrounded by pines and hardwood trees. Martin Dies, Jr. State Park is less than 24 miles north and there are several trails in the area for hiking in the Big Thicket. Fishing is available at the State ParkThere are approximately 1/4 mile of trails around the property and along the creek that runs along the southern border. You can also wander further down the dirt road. Precautions will be necessary during September through December when wandering off the road as the property is surrounded by a hunt club.In 2022, we have added an outhouse for guest use. Guests need to provide their own toiletries and reading materials. The neighbor at the end of our drive has also started a small petting zoo with a pony, goats, rabbits, chickens, guinea pigs, a chinchilla, as well as a baby kangaroo named Littlefoot. The cost is only $5 for children 12 and under, and $8 for adults. You can sometimes see a variety of wildlife such as squirrels, deer, wild hogs, bobcat, along with a variety of snake species both poisonous (several different rattle snakes, water moccasins, and coral snakes) as well as some beautiful king snakes and rat snakes. There are also a pair of red tail hawks living in the area, owls, bats, and woodpeckers.These campsites are dry-camping and boondocking only so please come prepared (generators are allowed). There is plenty of room for recreation like corn hull, frisbee and even practicing your golf drive. Hanging a hammock is also encouraged. Don't forget to bring your fur babies. There are no leash laws here but we do ask that your pet be kept under control.If you plan on staying in the area for a few days you can also enjoy a canoe trip in Village Mills located approximately 30 minutes south. If you have your own canoe or kayak there is no charge and pets are welcome. There are also a couple of places that rent boats and provide shuttle service.This property is and has been COVID-19 free since 2020!
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Gresham family Compound.
1 site · Lodging1 acre · Lafayette, LAFamily owned land purchased in the 30's. The modern Gresham compound is a place of peace amongst...
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Rick P.’s Land
3 sites · Tents72 acres · Mc Comb, MS
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Dolly Parton is featured on the far right, nearest the pond. Each of Arrow Acres's tiny houses is named after a legendary singer-songwriter in country music.
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Arrow Acres Tiny Farmhouses
3 sites · Lodging8 acres · TXEmmylou Harris is named after female legendary country singer/song-writer! Arrow Acres offers a...
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Woody Bottoms
2 sites · Lodging20 acres · 4 A, LA20 acres of beautiful land in a secluded area where you can catch the fresh air and view the...
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take a swing under the big walnut tree, or collect eggs in the chicken coop. photo credit: someplace wild
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Hilleetla
12 sites · Tents80 acres · Colmesneil , TXThis beautiful property with big rolling hills, big trees, spring water, creeks and lakes...
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Camp Topisaw
8 sites · Tents95 acres · Summit, MS95 acres on the beautiful Topisaw Creek. Here we've raised 5 kids and a multitude of dogs, cats and chickens and a small herd of pineywoods cattle. The woods are quiet and undisturbed , harboring native species like jack in the pulpit, trillium and Florida anise. The spring-fed (and thus always refreshing!) Topisaw Creek forms the eastern border of our property, so plan to spend time on the sandy beaches and rock bars soaking up the sun or hunting for rocks and fossils (petrified wood and arrowheads have been found here). Many folks also enjoy a leisurely float down the creek in inner tubes ('tubing') or in a kayak. (Please note that after heavy rains the creek rises to epic heights and is too dangerous to navigate.) Little to no light pollution makes for amazing stargazing!
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