Pitch your tent or park your RV and totally unplug in this pine forest. If you are looking for total peace, a place to watch wildlife, and enjoy nature...this is it! Feel out in the middle of nowhere, and yet have anything you want or need within a short drive. Enjoy Jenkins Ferry, Saline River, a little further enjoy the bath houses and hot springs of Hot Springs, AR.
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 20% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Many lakes in the area, none on the property
Not on property, but several lakes, rivers and streams within minutes
Natural features you'll find at Unplug In a Pine Forest! in Arkansas.
Places to see near Donna I.’s Hammock hide away
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Quiet, rustic campsite
Rustic spot for a nice layover. Was met by Donna’s helper, Sean, who was great. Camping spot was nicely setup with fire pit, some firewood and several places where I could pitch a tent. Had great conversations with Sean and learned some new ideas for off grid living. Some areas were still in transition, however, was an overall nice location. Would recommend if you are looking for a simple, quiet place away.
A nice pine forest location. Serene, a campfire ring and tame goats roam the property. No issues with goats, they were there when the host greeted me, didn't see them the rest of the stay. If you don't mind a very rustic setting, its a nice spot.
The campsite is on a wooded property with friendly resident goats. It was quiet except for the geese flying in to a pond across the road. They quieted down once they got settled and the sun went down. Basic site with firepit, chairs, table and places to pitch a tent or park camper. The host is in the process of making some improvements. Off the beaten path, but Google Maps led me right to the property. I would stay here again, if I pass through this area.
Donna was a friendly and interesting host, as were her three adorable goats who entertained us in the morning with their sweet and comical antics. Donna was gracious about our late arrival and her site did the trick as a place to pitch our tents and crash after a long day of travel. The posting is just as it claims and shows, so don't pick this spot if you need amenities, but do pick it if you're looking for a unique experience!