Three beautiful sites tucked away in a 100 acre property, surrounded by organic farmland. 3/4 mile driveway leading to woods, clearings, creeks, grass paths, open fields or hidden valleys. Site #1 and #3 are directly accessible & can accommodate RVs and vehicles, Site #2 is more remote and accessible on foot for tenting only (for those on the more adventurous side who want t
Three beautiful sites tucked away in a 100 acre property, surrounded by organic farmland. 3/4 mile driveway leading to woods, clearings, creeks, grass paths, open fields or hidden valleys. Site #1 and #3 are directly accessible & can accommodate RVs and vehicles, Site #2 is more remote and accessible on foot for tenting only (for those on the more adventurous side who want the most privacy).
This is our treasured land, and we care deeply about keeping it pristine and beautiful for our own family for generations to come (5 children so far) and those who truly appreciate the serenity and beauty of it. We only share it here on Hipcamp so others (the right ones exclusively) may have the opportunity to enjoy our landscapes, and we turn down requests for raucous parties. Thank you for understanding!
Ask about our fully customizable gourmet lunch options! Delivered right to your campsite, provided by a retired local chef- examples: grilled paninis, sandwiches, wraps, salads, fruit platters, chips, pickles, desserts, etc. Individually prepared or buffet style! ..Only 5 miles from Walmart in Hartford, and 2 miles from the famous Back To The Best Country Store which provides a full line of groceries and breakfast foods, and 11 miles from the Pike Lake state park. Many back roads for scenic bicycling, and even local access to ATV/UTV road routes.
WEEKDAY SPECIAL: We offer to block off all other sites at no charge for campers who stay during the week, for ultimate privacy. Ask for availability.
SITE #1 DESCRIPTION:"The Clearing"Beautiful large clearing with packed gravel and grass, surrounded by woods and tucked in next to a charming bubbling creek. Plenty of room for tents, pop-ups and even large RVs. ..
SITE #2 DESCRIPTION:"The Valley"Small hidden valley more shaded and secluded with a creek bed surrounded by organic corn fields and trees. The perfect location for serenity and privacy. Tents only in this site, vehicles can be parked within a few hundred feet of this gorgeous site...
SITE #3 DESCRIPTION:"The View"A picturesque spacious campsite nestled in the corner of an organic farm field, with a beautiful view of countryside with trees behind you on two sides. Easily accessible by vehicles and RVs. ...
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
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Had a great weekend getaway just a 2hr drive from Chicago. Had the place to myself so explored all three sites, and I would stay again at any of them. (But keep in mind for summer stays, site 3 gets a lot of direct afternoon sunlight, might get a little toasty!) Very easy to find, right off a main road and visible signage on the property. Noah was very responsive making sure I found everything and settled in. Will definitely stay again!
This place wasn’t bad for our first camping trip. We stayed at lot 2 and it was pretty hidden from the other 2 lots. The lot can be hard to get to if you have a bigger SUV. The sight is very buggy so bring lots of bug spray. You get swarmed getting out of the car. There were a bunch of animal burrows and holes in the ground so you have to watch your step. The lot came with a small fire pit. I definitely think this play is way over priced than what you’re getting. Overall not horrible for your first time but I would save my money and go somewhere else worth staying again.
Great place to camp!!!
We really enjoyed camping at legacy Creek acres! Site #1 has plenty of room for a camper! All 3 sites are pretty private. Noah the host was always available to answer my questions. We really wished we could have stayed longer! But we will definitely be back!
We had a wonderful time camping at site #1 for two nights with our kids. We woke up each morning to hear a lovely chorus of birds. The site is definitely big enough for multiple tents if needed and even though there were campers at site #3, it is a good distance away and we still felt like we had the place to ourselves. There was plenty of firewood provided for a very reasonable fee and communication with the host was great. Nearby, Back to the Best Country Store had a wonderful selection of produce, meats, cheeses, and various other groceries (along with very kind owners). We also really enjoyed Scoop DeVille Ice Cream Shop in nearby Hartford as well as the Honey Bee museum at Honey Acres, Inc. Kettle Moraine State Park is a very easy distance away with lots of hiking, including a very small child friendly .75 mile nature trail that teaches you about identifying trees. We wouldn't hesitate to come back!
Acres of farmland, stunning
Our favorite Hip camp site!! It's so accessible, right off a main road with a long driveway basically. You are nestled away in a very isolated spot, very safe, and all you can see is miles of fields and farm land. It's so beautiful you would think you're in the middle of nowhere. We drove our camper there, and had tons of space for other people to be in tents. They provide wood for a minimal fee and a fire pit for grilling. Noah was available for any questions and very quick responses. This was our second time staying here and looking forward to our next visit. Can't recommend enough.
Great private camp site!
Great private property near corn fields, prairie grass and a creek. We were in site 1, right by a small creek which was behind the trees. The site is mowed grass, very sunny (hot mid day so bring a shade tent if you have one) with a great fire pit and picnic table. Our dogs bark at people and other dogs.- we got lucky there was no one at site 2 up the road so they were able to run off leash with the kids. Surprisingly there were no mosquitoes. Some road sounds, farm sounds and freight train noise overnight. Noah was great to communicate with.