Hannah Hills Farm offers fields, forest, and meadows. Chose your site and explore either the farm or the attached thousand odd acers of the Mark Twain National Forrest. Most of the area is unspoiled and has no marked trails. As you hike through the wilderness, you are all but guaranteed to not see another person! There are three ponds located on this farm and all are seclude
Hannah Hills Farm offers fields, forest, and meadows. Chose your site and explore either the farm or the attached thousand odd acers of the Mark Twain National Forrest. Most of the area is unspoiled and has no marked trails. As you hike through the wilderness, you are all but guaranteed to not see another person! There are three ponds located on this farm and all are secluded and safe for wading in. Or head up to the home stead and see what we are doing establishing our free range farm. Water is available at the home site. If you are visiting the Fort Lenard Wood area, the base is just ten minute drive away, you may even see some Warthog Jets flying by! Site 9 and 10 are not suitable for trailers/campers. All locations are approximate and flexible primitive locations. Each site is secluded enough that you will not be bothered by other campers, or even see their camp fires. Please note that wile all areas are technically accessible by a standard car, wet weather can make it difficult. Trucks are recommended. Much of the farm is very wild and you will not see any influences by man in the land scape.
- Check in: After 8AM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 9 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Located near some great fishing rivers just a short drive away.
Unmarked virgin land, great for orienteering or just stick to the paths of the farm
You can bring your horses, however do not run them in tall grass as holes can be hidden.
The farm backs up to a section of the Mark Twain National Forest that is otherwise inaccessible.
Natural features you'll find at Hannah Hills Farm, Away from it all in Missouri.
Mostly oak forest around 50 years old, mixed of other species include dogwood, pine, cedar, and persimmon.
Some parts are rather steep, and some cliffs are located nearby.
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We are an active farm with some cows, chickens, and goats. More coming soon.
Gravel drive through most of the main section, grass lane for the rest. We do have a tractor to help pull you if you get stuck.
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Interesting place. Very nice and wonderful host. Did have a goat jump on top of the car and the sites were just places around the field. Very accommodating to where you wanted to go but not much has been done to make it a campsite.