Our relaxing farmland features a climate controlled cedar wooded bathhouse with hot indoor and outdoor showers, a common campfire and grill area, and plenty of land to explore. Campsites are spaced generously and have their own picnic tables. You'll have access to a private walk that leads to Jester King, a world class brewery, kitchen and farm that houses adult and baby go
Our relaxing farmland features a climate controlled cedar wooded bathhouse with hot indoor and outdoor showers, a common campfire and grill area, and plenty of land to explore. Campsites are spaced generously and have their own picnic tables. You'll have access to a private walk that leads to Jester King, a world class brewery, kitchen and farm that houses adult and baby goats. We also have a 2.1 mile nature trail of intermediate difficulty and access to all of JK's 165 acres to explore.
Booking a campsite with us also gets you a standing reservation at the brewery for food and drinks whenever they are open.
There are many breweries, distilleries, swimming holes and hiking trails within minutes of the property! So much to explore, in a convenient and lovely space to relax.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
- Response time: Within an hour
- Response rate: 87%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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Not terrible, but would not book ag
Not terrible, but overall not worth the money. I recommend you look elsewhere.
- No water at the campsite - you have to walk to the bathroom to refill your water jugs or wash your dishes, etc.
- the campsites are TINY and basically right on top of each other. I booked campsite 1 and was planning to camp with friends (two extra tents) - there is no way we could have done it without also booking campsite 2. Our tents had to be positioned about a foot from each other.
- there is this low foghorn sound from some refrigeration unit or generator at the brewery and it runs all day and all night - the noise cycles on for about 9 seconds, EVERY THIRTY SECONDS for the entire time. I'm a heavy sleeper so I ignored the reviews - my mistake.
- there is no fire ring at your campsite. You have to carry all your fire stuff over to the. Common area.
Pros: The bathrooms are very nice and clean. They feel more like a home with little hand towels available and some extra wash cloths. Which was nice but I opted not to use them in a shared pubic bathroom like that.
- directly behind the brewery with just a 30 second walk. Was easy to amble over on our time frame and then amble back.
This is very much a communal style campground. Our group did have a fun time here and enjoyed our time at the brewery. Thankfully we ended up deciding to book site 1 and 2 in order to have more space for our group. When we got to the campground we realized site 1 & 2 were pretty much the same site, just split by the shared picnic tables. 1 & 2 did look to be the flatter and more open sites. There is also another campsite 3 & 4, I honestly couldn’t see how anyone would of enjoyed campsite 4, it’s very uneven ground and covered by low hanging trees. I’m a little disappointed by the lack of space per campground, doesn’t seem fair to have to pay for two campsites just so you don’t have to share a campsite with another group. The campground is very pretty and the bathhouse is super nice, the communal area is very cozy and a lot could be done with your group over there, but would require you to lug your camp chairs and cooler over to enjoy it. There was a communal BBQ pit that we lugged over to our site just so we could cook for the group. I was expecting there to be a small grill/fire area in the campsite based on photos, but maybe people had to lug that over to their campsite also. Just beware there is this loud intermittent noise that comes from the brewery that’s actually more like a 9 second fog horn you hear it all day and all night, but you can drown it out with some music. If you’re sensitive with noises at night, this is probably not the site for you. There is no water spigot at the campsite, which makes washing dishes an issue, you’ll have to lug the dishes to the bathhouse and wash them there. All in all we did have fun at the campsite, but we did have some challenges.
Very clean and lovely restrooms and showers. Picnic tables at campsite. The only drawback really is the hum from the brewery. It’s hit or miss. Some in our party it really annoyed. I didn’t mind. Campsites and cabins are very close together so keep that in mind. We didn’t have any issue but you’ll know you’re not alone.
Such mixed feelings about Tipping T. My friend and I were both so excited to visit Jester King being big fans of sours and hearing about this place for years. The brewery is great…the experience at the campsite unfortunately wasn’t. I stepped on a piece of barbed wire pretty much as soon as I got out of the car, not a fun start :/ the smell from the brewery is pretty stinky and cheesy and you’re awaken by the sound of (a lot) barking dogs…i’m thinking maybe there’s a kennel close by. The only major plus is the bathrooms. They’re super nice for a campground. Overall this place is not worth $50 a night. I’d maybe stay here again if it were half the price.
Wonderful stay at the tipping t's
Our stay was amazing. It is conveniently located and walking distance from the Jester King Brewery. We were coming from San Antonio to drive to Pace Bend the next day and it worked out perfectly. The host Tipping was extremely courteous and responsive. The bathroom was fancier and cleaner than mine at home (LOL). I would definitely stay at this campsite again!!
This is a cool spot with tons of amenities and would be great for a group! Light sleepers should know there is some evening noise from the brewery's fans or coolers or something. Also be aware jester king is only open wednesday to sunday, so don't count on it for dinner on a monday like I did!