Open gate and drive directly into your tent site on the right, a short distance in our private drive. This site can be for one or a group. Setup your tent or tents among wildflowers and blueberry shrubs. Be aware it is not mowed. Long pants suggested for hiking on our pink loop trail. You may prefer to car camp here, that is fine. Camping area is on eastern portion of prop
Open gate and drive directly into your tent site on the right, a short distance in our private drive. This site can be for one or a group. Setup your tent or tents among wildflowers and blueberry shrubs. Be aware it is not mowed. Long pants suggested for hiking on our pink loop trail. You may prefer to car camp here, that is fine. Camping area is on eastern portion of property and all sites have some privacy from others on this upper edge of 50+ acres. Breathe in fresh air, get out of blank city air. This is a great site to star gaze. There is an octagon picnic table, stone firepit, and a composting loo. As you walk from east to west on property it gets shadier and cooler. Forested land is to the west of camping area for hiking down to Red Bank Creek the western border. If you aren't riding on Red Bank Creek rail trail or visiting local sites. We are in "The Wilds" of Pa. with many state parks/forest and national forests as well. Have children check out Punxsutawney groundhog and rail trail there. They can also gather plentiful kindling from trees self pruning. Bring bikes or scooters for riding on Red Bank Creek trail -ask for a map or download at home from their site. Take first day to hike on our property. kids can lead following pink dots. Kids will enjoy 1/2 way mark to play in creek, fish, or catch crayfish, then follow pink dots to right and up thru hemlock forest. We will let you know if any other guests are on the property. If you want to come earlier or come later in day, ask us. We try to be flexible. Go directly to your site. Just give us an ETA so we can check in with you and make sure you are all set. Please follow neighbor's posted signs and stay on our property. Always open and close gate behind you. Four sites total on property, Rustic Cabin; Outdoor Adventurer Tent Site, Meadow and Boondock at Sandy Ledges. Thanks.
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
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Over 50 miles of Red Bank Creek Trail from Brookville (across from Giant Eagle) to Allegheny River.
Red Bank Creek is stocked up above.
Love paddling from Brookville from Race Street launch to Moore Rd in Summerville (7.2 miles) Places to stop and swim along way ...Read more
X country skiing and snow shoeing
At Walter Dick Park in Brookville, next to Sawmill Creek in Cook's Forest.
Red Bank Creek in the New Bethlehem area.
Eagle along Red Bank Creek while paddling through Summerville, deer everywhere on property and area, we saw elk in people's yar...Read more
Natural features you'll find at The Meadow in Pennsylvania.
On our property is hemlock, cherry, maple and mixed deciduous. Mostly down (west of tent field site). Also suggest Allegheny Na...Read more
River, stream, or creek
REd Bank Creek on our western border. Clarion River nearby.
Stream passes through property where it joins Red Bank Creek, eventually to Allegheny River in 50 miles.
Gate across driveway. Advance notice to have unlocked. Must close but not lock behind you.
Places to see near Rustic Cabin with Sleeping Loft
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A beautiful spot for a long weekend
The Wildflower Meadow was the perfect location for us. We had labor day weekend plans fall through at the last minute, and we happened upon this spot while looking for a plan B. It could not have gone better. Linda stopped by our first night there to give us a lay of the land, and we were able to buy firewood from her. She was extremely helpful and gracious, and I would recommend staying here to anybody. Absolutely incredible night sky.
This campsite was set up nicely, directions were easy to follow. Nice and quiet too. I didn't meet Linda, but I met her co-host Judy and she was so nice and even asked if I wanted any duck eggs. She even gave my dog treats!
Ended up staying The the boondock site as it was more suited to my camper and truck. Considering it’s spring time the grass is soft and the wildflower meadow is all grass. I didn’t want to tear up the land. The property is beautiful we did the hiking trail marked by the pink paint docks. Would defineatly stay again.
Site was as described. Another site on the property was occupied first night but they were quiet and far enough that it wasn’t disturbing. Road noise could have been an issue given it’s proximity but there was really minimal traffic so really the site was quite peaceful. The ground was not totally flat but the slant was manageable. Directions seemed weird but made sense once we arrived. Definitely minimal amenities but that’s that’s what we wanted and expected from the posting. Great fall spot for us!
We'd stay at this site again. We camped in the wildflower meadow and it was a nice space to camp with accurate directions. We had 3 large tents and trucks and it was spacious enough for us. Clean and well maintained site with a large picnic table and designated fire ring. The site was was private but did have some road noise. Friendly host checked in to see if we needed anything but was unintrusive and maintained social distance. Clear and proactive communication ahead of our arrival.
The Wildflower Meadow was just as I’d hoped. It was quiet, private, and a beautiful spot. I took a nice walk to the creek before I left just to get the blood flowing. Judy the cohost was friendly and helpful. I would stay here again no question.