- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 1 month out Weeknight discount: 10% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Bring own poles
Lots of nature here on property
Natural features you'll find at Johnny Park stocked pond in Oklahoma.
Can swim in ponds
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Highly recommended :)
Great stay! Place was easy to find and still had good cell service if needed for emergencies. Host responded very quickly to any messages. Beautiful stars at night!
Lindsay was amazing! Such a beautiful place and so friendly. We got there later than we expected anf she still made sure she was available. My 3 little boys loved it here as well. Thank you!
Great stay, horses were friendly.
Nice place to get away and see the stars.
A big chunk of land. Pretty secluded with several ponds.
Beautiful horses roaming the property.
Lots of big trees, tall grass and plenty of places to roam around to explore.
Definitely a nice place to get away for a night or two.
Wide open space!
If your Solo, or just with a friend or a WHOLE group this place is WIDE open!!! This was my first Hipcamp and Lindsey was so generous and meet me at her house and explain the horse pasture to me. My son and I brought our tent and found a couple of trees and slept all night! She has a stocked ponds on her land (we didn’t get to fish since we were there to only sleep). Their friendly horses there and we brought apples to feel them. If you have a fur baby this is a perfect field they can run freely!!!! Please consider Lindsey’s horse pasture!!!
Horse farm camping is fun!
If you want privacy and a very different camping opportunity, this is your spot. We camped under 2 giant trees in the middle of a horse field. The horses mostly ignored us. It’s kind of buggy there so bring bug spray. Lindsay was very helpful and immediately responded if I sent her a message although we didn’t get the opportunity to meet her. Very cool place!
Lots and lots of open land and a bunch of little ponds with open range horses wandering around. Had some great camping spots in the wide open or tucked away in the trees or next to the ponds. Good place for big groups to get everyone in the same spot. Many areas were well maintained (mowed and and free of brush) with easily the flattest and most rock free tent areas I’ve ever had. In-fact the only thing I would suggest is bringing some extra fire pit rocks with if you want to make a larger one. They had some already there in places, but the land is a rock free miracle of nature if you plan to find and build your own with found rocks. Blackberry bushes were intentionally kept in places all over, but they weren’t in season yet.