Enjoy shady, sheltered sites under mature trees on a working Permaculture/regenerative agriculture farm. The sites offer nice privacy, set well away from the road and our house and barn area. Tour the farm and gardens, check out nearby Pawnee National Grasslands, or head into the mountains for epic adventures! Savor meals made with eggs and produce raised right here on the
Enjoy shady, sheltered sites under mature trees on a working Permaculture/regenerative agriculture farm. The sites offer nice privacy, set well away from the road and our house and barn area. Tour the farm and gardens, check out nearby Pawnee National Grasslands, or head into the mountains for epic adventures! Savor meals made with eggs and produce raised right here on the farm. Easy access from I-25 north of Fort Collins, a gorgeous agricultural setting with mountain views just a few steps away from the campsites.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
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Welcoming and comfortable!
I was a little nervous as this was my first Hipcamp experience, I was a solo camper, and Owl Tree Farm had no reviews yet. What could go wrong?...Everything was great!! Forrest responded quickly to my question and gave me few options. He's just like his photo and made me feel very at ease. Thanks Forrest!! We also loved the eggs I took to my son for breakfast.
The farm and campsite were very easy to find. The campsites are sheltered in a grove of trees which were a welcome wind break for the breeze that tends to blow along the front range. The home and most of the farm operation are currently on the front of the property. This isn't a glossy magazine Magnolia Farm location. It's a legit farm being operated by some cool entrepreneurial people. That means they use and repurpose resources. They use wind, solar, and hard work and like most in agricultural endeavors put what they earn back into the business.
This was a great location for an overnight stay with easy access off the highway. You may hear some highway noise in the distance. Currently, this site is best set up for dry tent camping or a small self contained camper. I had a 22' boat in tow and was able to easily get back to the campsite. Check with Forrest as to where he wants you to turn around. My campsite had a table, chairs, and a firepit. The only thing I would like to see different is to possibly have the port-a-potty a little closer to the campsites if possible (the potty company may not be able to do that). I was ok walking over there (50 yards or so). My hope is all guests will be responsible and make the journey without tarnishing the land!
Thanks for everything Forrest! I wish you all the best in your endeavor! I'd love to stay again on another trip through.
Such a lovely shaded place to pitch a tent close to Fort Collins. Enjoyed sitting in the hammock outside underneath the trees! Plus the eggs are amazing and Forrest was super friendly answering all my city-folk questions.