This is quite a private site, bordered by a neighbor's old forest on back, other neighbor's cattle pasture on side, and you're in one of the pastures used by the Horse Sanctuary. (You are camping about 1/4 mile, more or less, from our house.) We regularly see coyote, wild turkeys, deer, fireflies, and the like. We are just 1/2 mile off Old Route 66, therefore there are q
This is quite a private site, bordered by a neighbor's old forest on back, other neighbor's cattle pasture on side, and you're in one of the pastures used by the Horse Sanctuary. (You are camping about 1/4 mile, more or less, from our house.) We regularly see coyote, wild turkeys, deer, fireflies, and the like. We are just 1/2 mile off Old Route 66, therefore there are quirky little museums and great restaurants (for such a rural area!). Plus we are only about an hour's drive from Branson. MO.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict (30 Days)
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 18 months out Weeknight discount: 20% off
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Photo Opportunity on Horseback
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Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
At nearby Stockton Lake and so forth.
At nearby Kellogg Lake in Carthage, MO (17 minute drive)
With additional donation to the Warriors of the Rainbow Horse Sanctuary, and having scheduled appointment for same.
There is a creek crossing the road 1/2 mile south with a public swimming hole. People also fish there.
Natural features you'll find at Warriors o' Rainbow Horse Sanctuary in Missouri.
We are a 501 (c) 3 public charity corporation, dedicated to saving American Mustangs and other horses from the kill pens and tr...Read more
We have a very short gravel driveway. You will have to open the double unpainted picket fence gates to its right and drive thr...Read more
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Peaceful and quiet stay
We had to find a place last minute on our roadtrip out west and this place was a perfect car camping option. Directions were clear, the spot was clean, quiet, and peaceful. Unfortunately we arrived when it was dark and left when it was dark so we didn’t get to see the horses :( but I was happy to know that our payment went to an amazing cause!
Save your sanity and save horses!
It was peaceful and relaxing, though you can hear road noise from Route 66. This is a rustic spot and the latrine is a fair distance from the site. Gorgeous sunrises and sunsets. Beautiful walk in the pasture with the horses one morning. Nice fire in the fire pit (free wood provided). Great to know my hipcamp fee goes toward these majestic animals’ rehabilitation and subsequent adoption. Saving lives and enriching lives.
Starry starry night
What a delightful campsite! It was perfect for me because it was immediately off Historic Rte 66, which was the route I was following. No big detour required. It was very quiet and pastoral (which of course what you would expect at a horse Sanctuary). There was minimal light pollution so the stars were spectacular.
Watching the horses go by.
We relaxed after setting up the tent on a grassy spot in the evening watching the beautiful horses and fireflies. It was too warm for a fire in the firering but there was plenty of camp wood to use. In the morning our coffee was enjoyed while watching the cardinals, horses and chickens. The rustic setting was nice, and lots to do near by. The hosts were helpful and very accommodating. Water was available and an outhouse which needs attention, but had supplies and lights.