A bit about the land The Crescent Oak lives on....
Our property is a densely forested 85 acres with a walk-able 2 miles around the perimeter of the property and many trails and hidden nooks to explore throughout the heart of this beautiful escape back to our natural roots. We are in the process of mapping out the trails- which we plan to make available soon! For now those of you with a sense of adventure and desire to explore will certainly be satisfied.
We have a full acre size pond and a kayak that you can feel free to use. There is a communal area around the pond that we will be adding to in the near future- you may run into some of our community members or other campers there from time to time, we invite you to socialize, bring a chair, perhaps a beverage or snack and get to know each other and us as well if we cross paths!
You will observe and encounter wildlife in abundance including a variety of birds, wild hogs, opossums, armadillo, moles, spiders, scorpions, butterflies, praying mantis, walking sticks, snakes- keep an eye out for rattlesnakes and copperheads, deer, many insects, and more. Please be cautious and treat these creatures' home with respect for them as well as yourselves. Our property is also home to some lovely cows, chickens, a few dogs, and several cats- they (other than the cows who do what they please) generally remain in areas away from our camp sites though they may still decide to stop by to say hello!
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 20% off
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It was a magical stay, exactly the wooded retreat that I was looking for. The Cabin is so creatively designed and blends in perfectly with the environment. The mattress was Extremely comfortable and there was A little battery powered fan and plenty of light. Unfortunately, due to heavy rains the night before, I was limited in How much I could explore the property. Even the pond was inaccessible and there were no paddles for the kayak that I could see, so mostly we just stayed at the cabin. It was still A very satisfying experience, and the hosts were very friendly! Recommended!
A lovely super cute spot!
I absolutely loved this place! It is the perfect combination of shelter and comfort on one hand, and being surrounded by nature. One night I was there, there was a very intense thunderstorm and we were totally safe and dry.
The structure is extremely unique, which I loved. I also enjoyed the pond and kayaks nearby, and the view of the stars.
The cell service is spotty, which is a plus for me. It is very remote, but still close enough to convenience stores.
I also enjoyed the privacy. I didn't run into anyone, and only heard folks chatting in the distance while walking on a nearby path one time.
The folks we talked to were very sweet and understanding when I let them know I was running late.
As a heads up, there is a train that runs nearby and is pretty loud, but I didn't mind too much. There is also construction going on a nearby property, but the noises are distant and the hum of the bugs and frogs is beautiful.
I am excited to return!
Be careful what you wish for
Do you think a cacophony of crickets screeching and the bellowing of bull frogs while sitting mesmerized at a late night campfire under a ceiling of leaves and stars sounds like a horrific time? Then be ye gone from this campsite for you shall be horrified. Do you shudder at the thought of breathing in a whole ass forest of fresh air in the morning? If so, you should steer far away from this terribly secluded and suspiciously peaceful oasis. That's all I can say in warning. The Japanese influence on the design of the cabin is a really nice touch that is obviously a devious ploy to make you question the benefits of a smog-filled and phone-addicted society. The nearby pond tempts you to fish, which is also clearly a plot to make you think about getting your food from something other than a drive-thru window - which is problematic. All in all, be careful what you wish for. You might get it.
P.S. On a side note, the road to the site should not be attempted by a Houston Lowrider. Bad idea. Bad bad idea. Especially post rain. Not that we did that. But a Mustang GT is close enough to teach the lesson.
Serene, pristine, disconnected
The cabin is amazing. So we’ll built, with full mosquito protection. In the middle of nature, it felt so pristine and rustic and definitely rugged but that was exactly what we wanted. Can’t wait to go back!
Excellent escape to the wilderness!
Excellent place to escape the city and get a real taste of nature. Cabin was very clean and well maintained. Host was very cool and had great communication!