Hipcamp host Debbie P.,
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Nestled in Pennsylvania Dutch country between a large dairy farm and the Erie National Wildlife Refuge, Too Far Out Farm is favored for its natural beauty and tranquility. Residents of TFO Farm include horses, sheep, and various other friendlies of the canine and feline varieties. You could set your watch by the ne


Nestled in Pennsylvania Dutch country between a large dairy farm and the Erie National Wildlife Refuge, Too Far Out Farm is favored for its natural beauty and tranquility. Residents of TFO Farm include horses, sheep, and various other friendlies of the canine and feline varieties. You could set your watch by the neighbors' evening visits: a herd of very social dairy cows, who always seem to mosey on down right around supper time every evening.

Although we are NOT a registered campground, we do participate in the Hipcamp Land Share Program. Currently, we have one primitive campsite (for tents or a small RV) available. Please only one approved vehicle is permitted on the campsite. Other registered guest vehicles may park in another designated area. Please go to the main house upon arrival and we will direct you from there. 

No need to worry about nosey or annoying camp neighbors, because we only book one group at a time - YOURS! The campsite includes a fire ring, a limited amount of cut and stacked fire wood, a composting toilet and a table for your use. There is room for a smaller rig if you want to bring your RV, riding horses or ATV. We can accommodate up to four of your horses in our outdoor round pen as long as they get along with each other. (Sorry, no sheltered stalls or run-in sheds for the horses, as yet and all horses must have current health papers and documentation of negative coggins test.) Trail riding on the back roads of Penn's woods delights many a visitor all four seasons of the year.

The farm is within walking distance of hiking and cross-country ski trails that meander through the Erie National Wildlife Refuge. Also, Crawford County's best kept secret for Perch, Walleye and Blue Gill fishing (including ice fishing) is a mile away at Sugar Lake. Bring your canoe (or rent ours!), kayak or small boat for a sunset glide through the serene waters of this natural kettle lake and adjacent marshes. If you come for the hunting, (in season) let us know in advance and we will help you secure the proper permits and learn the rules of the refuge.

Speaking of the wildlife, come armed with your binoculars and a good camera. Common sightings include high and low-flying Bald Eagles and other birds of prey, as well as many varieties of colorful, native song birds. You may also encounter other woodland creatures, such as, White-Tail Deer, Black Bears, Coyotes, and of course, smaller furry critters, like raccoons, fox, squirrels, chipmunks, rabbits, beavers, ground hogs and opossum. Be sure to steer clear of the skunks and the porcupines, though!

Campsite area
Bring your own tents, vans and truck campers, trailers
1 site
Up to 8 guests per site
Park at listing
Wheelchair access
Campfires allowed
Toilet available
Pets allowed
Potable water available
Picnic table available
Wifi available
Bins available
Laundry present
No kitchen
No showers
Camping vehicle details
No electrical hookup
No water hookup
No sewage hookup
No TV hookup
Generators not allowed
Pull-in site
Max length 14ft
Accommodates slideouts
Surface type: grass or field
Surface levelness: flat
Have a question? Send Debbie a message!
  • Check in: After 12PM
  • Check out: Before 12PM
  • Cancellation policy: Moderate
  • On arrival: Meet and greet
  • Minimum nights: 1 night
  • Accepts bookings: 12 months out

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Firewood bundle

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Offered on the Host's property or nearby.


Bring your own bikes and tour the Erie National Wildlife Refuge access/public roads, as well as the public, less-traveled roads...Read more


Paddle Sugar Lake and surrounding marshes in our canoe ($40 rental) or your bring own watercraft. If motoring on Sugar Lake, th...Read more


There is one Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) owned boat launch on Sugar Lake located on the western shore. Shoreli...Read more


TFO Farm is within walking distance (1 mile) of an Erie National Wildlife Refuge trail head. There are many hiking & skiing tra...Read more


Bring the kayaks, canoes, and rubber rafts! Paddle Sugar Lake and surrounding marshes. Don't have a boat? We will lend you our ...Read more

Wildlife watching

Bring your binoculars! The American Bald Eagles are prolific around here. We also regularly encounter other birds of prey, song...Read more

Horseback riding
Snow sports


Natural features you'll find at Too Far Out Farm in Pennsylvania.


Yep, "Penn's Woods" are all around us here at Too Far Out Farm.


Sugar Lake one public access area on the western shore of this small, natural kettle lake. By order of the the PA Fish and Game...Read more

River, stream, or creek

A short hike up the road will take you right over a beautiful creek teaming with crayfish, chubs, water spiders and minnows.


Nearby Sugar Lake is a natural kettle lake formed during the ice age by a stalled glacier. The lake's marshes help comprise the...Read more


Our small farm is home to horses and sheep. Our property is surrounded on all sides by the framer neighbor's crop fields and...Read more


Our main farm business is horse-related. We operate a small training & riding stable and offer therapeutic horsemanship program...Read more


Upon arrival, come to the main house and we will show you the access road to the campsite. Most smaller trucks and cars can nav...Read more


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Hipcamper Cory
Cory B.
has mixed feelings towards this listing.
May 26th, 2021

Nice little farm.

Hipcamper Nick

Well worth it! will be back!

Nick E.
recommends this listing.
April 28th, 2021

We had such a wonderful time! Debbie and Mike are such friendly people. We arrived and they had the fire going for us, brought us more wood and Mike had even picked wild leaks to add to our dinner.

We have two dogs who loved playing with their handsome "Prince" the bordercollie! They also enjoyed meeting the sheep and horses on the farm. They have such beautiful land and if uou are debating its well worth it. Im sure we will be back someday, next time to enjoy canoeing and or horse back riding.

Hipcamper Debbie
Response from Debbie, the Host, on April 29th, 2021

Thank you, Nick. You and Alexa and your dogs, Rayna & Lennie were such a blessing to us, as well. We enjoyed meeting you and look forward to your next visit!

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Hipcamper David

Beautiful stay on the farm.

David L.
recommends this listing.
April 10th, 2021

We had an excellent time staying at Debbie's Farm! We arrived in enough daylight for Debbie to show us around. She and her husband were excited to have us and it showed with their hospitality. We were given a tour and got up close and personal with the animals. They had a fire waiting for us! Easy to find and next to a nature area with trails!

Hipcamper Debbie
Response from Debbie, the Host, on April 13th, 2021

Thank you for coming, David! We were blessed to meet you and your friends! We love sharing the serenity of this place, especially with kind people like you. Your friendly dog, Roxen was a much appreciated visitor for our new Border Collie, Prince who misses his canine brothers and sisters from his previous home. I hope you will come visit again as you pass through the great state of Pennsylvania in the future. I would love to visit your kayak outfitting place in MI if we get up that way soon.

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Hipcamper Megan

A perfect weekend getaway!

Megan D.
recommends this listing.
September 7th, 2020

We had the best time at Too Far Out Farm! Our hosts, Mike and Deb were absolutely lovely and made us feel right at home. The campsite was very nice and private, and in a beautiful location. We had fun seeing the animals, building campfires, and walking around the dirt roads and nearby wildlife refuge. A perfect weekend was topped off by getting engaged on a canoe in the middle of Sugar Lake :) Thank you so much for your kindness and hospitality! We had the best time and will certainly be back! :)

Hipcamper Debbie
Response from Debbie, the Host, on April 13th, 2021

Hi Megan! We were blessed to have you last year. Thank you for writing this review!

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Hipcamper Gavin
Gavin E.
recommends this listing.
June 24th, 2017

We received the warmest welcome by Deb! The location was lovely and the hospitality was without fault. We were treated to lovely home cooked food and company from dogs Roscoe and Fluffy!

The site was well maintained, picturesque and offered an immaculately prepared composting toilet.

Thank you yo our hosts. We wish you all the very best!

Hipcamper Debbie
Response from Debbie, the Host, on May 5th, 2018


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Hipcamper Alyssa
Alyssa A.
recommends this listing.
April 21st, 2016

I loved my stay at Too Far Out farm so much. I wish I had more days to spend with Debbie, Mike, Carrie, and all the beautiful (and well-behaved) animals on the farm. There's a great mix of creatures that live on the land here, but no roosters (so you can sleep in!). Sheep, horses, a goat and dogs (I saw). The campsite is spacious enough for a bunch of tents, an RV, or vandwelling. There's a huge fire pit and lots of wood to burn. It's surrounded by beautiful green fields and there's a great loop to walk or ride that takes you right down to Sugar Lake and back. If you like or have horses than you're particularly in luck here! There's a great composting toilet down away from the house and from camp in a private little spot.

This is a super spacious and friendly place to stay. It's also very near to the Erie National Wildlife Refuge.

Definitely recommended!

From my tent, blue skies! Such a beautiful and quiet place to spend a few days. So much green! Incredible sunrise behind the neighbor's farm. The pasture with a small stream running through it.
Hipcamper Debbie
Response from Debbie, the Host, on May 5th, 2018


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