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Creekside Farm Co.

6 sites · Tents24 acres · Kiln, MS
Once a main railway for lumber in Hancock County, this small 24-acre homestead, acquired in 2010, is home to a variety of farm animals, edible landscaping including multiple varieties of fruit trees and small vegetable gardens. Completely wooded at the time of purchase, the farm is still a work in progress. Daily farm life involves upgrading fences, clearing the 5-acre pasture, building animal pens, installing rain catchment systems, composting, harvesting, canning, baking and our favorite....... feeding the furry and feathered friends. Pitch your tent in our wooded acreage nestled along side a flowing creek bed. Relax on the sand and watch the squirrels play or close your eyes to meditate with the sounds of nature. A true primitive camping experience awaits you. You can fish in the pond for your own dinner and gather eggs for breakfast. Try snacking on farm breads and biscuits with homemade jellies. Depending on the season, picking wild blackberries or some of the farm produce available gives a glimpse into the daily life of living at Creekside Farm. Our goal is to provide an unplugged experience for you to unwind and get back to nature so you can release the stress of everyday and enjoy the nature and serenity of our little farm. Inquire about homesteading classes and our bi annual homesteading festival. Classes are on Saturday mornings in January/February. The festival is a small but super packed event in the fall and spring each year. You can follow us on FaceBook for more details.
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Opal Springs

3 sites · Tents33 acres · Bogalusa, LA
The property is an old homestead recently reclaimed and being brought back to life after many years abandoned. Early 1800s Bulgarian immigrants started a little community here called Stein. The old railroad used to pass through and there are alot of artifacts scattered throughout the property. We are in the process of cleaning up the old cabin built in late 1800s suprisingly still standing. The hardwood forest has a creek running through that is virtually untouched and home to wildlife of all kinds. Birds and wildlife of all kinds have a home here and no hunting allowed. Some trails have been cut and there are some natural trails for exploring the property through the hardwoods and campers are welcome to make new ones. A spring fed pond is great for fishing or just relaxing under the majestic live oaks. If Mushroom foraging is your thing you are in luck after a nice rain. This place had the best of southeast Louisiana and truly is a hidden gem. We are still in the clearing process so there are alot of projects going on but we definitely have some cool spots to pitch a tent. Host is on property in shipping container and willing to make accommodations as needed as we have electricity but are pretty much off the grid.. do not have an outdoor bathroom but could set something up with little effort. Have running water for solar shower or creek bath if you'd rather. Since we are still rebuilding there are some piles of lumber and things that may be unsafe for small children and animals. I have 2 dogs on the property with me but are fenced and friendly. If you have any questions just ask!
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Big Branch Apiary

8 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents50 acres · Lacombe, LA
We sit on 50 acres north of Lake Pontchartrain. We're bounded by the Big Branch Wildlife Reserve to the south and a Rails to Trails bike path on the north. We are 3 miles from LaCombe to the east, Mandeville to the west, and about 1 mile from Fountainbleu State Park. Most of the farm, 80%, is mixed hardwood forest and designated wetlands. Desert Bayou and East Branch Bayou meander across the property which is home to deer, foxes, bobcats, owls, fireflies, otters, raccoons, turtles, and, well, about anything common to the wilds of the Gulf South. This includes a litany of snakes, mosquitoes, and deer flies in their season. About 5 acres are used to raise poultry, bees and organically farmed blueberries. Overall, the land feels primordial and pristine. We are a designated Monarch Waystation and in the spring and fall see many migrating butterflies. We cultivate a lot of flowers so almost year round you can see butterflies in profusion. We are part of the USDAs Conservation Stewardship Program, concentrating on protecting and increasing habitat for animals and pollinators. Dogs are welcome, 2 of them live here, but the chickens often run free and chasing them or the deer for fun or food is not acceptable. This is a rustic situation: think dry camping, outdoor (heated) shower, and port-o-lets. We have hookups for one small RV or camper close to the barn. In addition, we have a 10x10' treehouse, and several places to pitch a tent. The farm is pretty secure--someone is on-site most of the time, it's gated, and there are security cameras at access points. But it is a farm in a rural community--you may hear roosters crow, sheep bleat, dogs bark, and the mule bray along with the sounds of owls, hawks, coyotes and other native wildlife of the area. If this suits you then come stay and enjoy the farm life.
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Camp Topisaw

9 sites · Tents95 acres · Summit, MS
95 acres on the beautiful Topisaw Creek. Here we've raised 5 kids and a multitude of dogs, cats and chickens and a small herd of pineywoods cattle. The woods are quiet and undisturbed , harboring native species like jack in the pulpit, trillium and Florida anise. The spring-fed (and thus always refreshing!) Topisaw Creek forms the eastern border of our property, so plan to spend time on the sandy beaches and rock bars soaking up the sun or hunting for rocks and fossils (petrified wood and arrowheads have been found here). Many folks also enjoy a leisurely float down the creek in inner tubes ('tubing') or in a kayak. (Please note that after heavy rains the creek rises to epic heights and is too dangerous to navigate.) Little to no light pollution makes for amazing stargazing!
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The Escape

3 sites · RVs, Tents20 acres · Perkinston, MS
Learn more about this land:Hidden away in the country, enjoying the fresh Piney Woods air. spending the day, set-up next to a pond bank, watching the wildlife, the fish (bass, bream, catfish and koi), ducks, deer, squirrels and rabbits. At night, can do star gazing or fireflies.
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All You Need Institute

9 sites · Lodging, Tents111 acres · Lumberton, MS
All You Need is a 111 acre paradise that is home to some VERY unique and endangered habitat. Our northern boundary is a tract of DeSoto National Forest, where we have practically exclusive access to another 90 acres of longleaf pine savannah and more bottomland creeks. The sandhills are home to prickly pear cactus, deer moss (7 kinds of lichen), and our mascot, the endangered Gopher Tortoise. We're working to develop a nature education and retreat center where we share permaculture practices, homesteading/sustainable living skills, conservation practices, and approaches to connecting more deeply to the land. You will have access to and be a 5 minute walk from our many walking paths and our swimming pond, as well as a 15 minute walk to Desoto National Forest, which butts up to our property line. We would love to have you as our guest on the land, and are especially eager to meet travelers who deeply love nature and want to live in better relationship to it!
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Caesar oaks campground

10 sites · RVs, Tents85 acres · Carriere, MS
Our family has enjoyed this property for generations. Learn more about this land:Our campground offers a variety of camp sites to suit your needs. For the nature seekers, our heavily forested primitive camp sites will provide seclusion with opportunities for viewing local wildlife. For those who want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city life but aren't quite ready to leave the utility amenities behind, we offer areas with water and electricity. We even have Locations nestled close by massive live oak trees that provide plenty of shade for the sunny days. These locations are reserved for setting up RVs. Other areas are available with easy access for travel trailers and pop-up campers. While you are here, you can enjoy our soon to be stocked fish pond, that is conveniently located within a short walking distance from our routinely maintained bathroom and showers in the newly built barn that is perfect for horse boarding. Our round pen is available for those who want to exercise their horses after hauling or before riding the trails and exploring our property by horseback. Caesar Oaks is nestled in a rural community only a short drive from Picayune, a small but bustling town with an abundance of restaurants and shopping options along with historical downtown architecture. Our camping ground is located just thirty minutes north of the city of Gulfport. A city rich with casinos and beautiful Mississippi beaches. Our pricing is with utilities included. There will a discount for primitive campers.
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Terra Soul

99 sites · RVs, Tents30 acres · Franklinton, LA
30 acres of secluded acres, with wild life and clear creek. 10 RV full hookups. 20 water and electric sites. Amenities: 25 electric campsites, 6 with full hookups. Outdoor dishwashing station Pavillion Endless tent camping Commercial Kitchen Hot Showers Clear water Creek Fishing Tea Station Laundry
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Local Cooling Farms

2 sites · RVs, Tents16 acres · Bogalusa, LA
We raise livestock using sustainable practices on 60 acres. Check out our website.Learn more about this land:The campsite is a gravel pad that can accommodate a 35’ camper and/or tent camping. Water is available. No electricity. Bathroom is a dry compost toilet outhouse. It’s directly off of the black top road behind a double gate. We are a working farm and the campsite is not far from animals.
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Moonshadow Farms

1 site · RV, Tent60 acres · Abita Springs, LA
60 acres of park-like and partially forested land. Secluded canopied pool with hot tub, steam, sauna, and cold plunge. Next door 50 acre Nature Conservancy trail. 10-minute ride to St. Tammany Trace Rails to Trails - a 31-mile bike and walking path. 10 minutes to Abita Bew Pub and Brewery. Also 10 minutes from UCM museum
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❤️Abita hideaway❤️

1 site · Tent1 acre · Abita Springs, LA
❤️Only minutes from downtown Abita Springs where we have the Abita brewery we have the Abita Springs café and we have the Abita brewpub there’s a little bar called Rosies down there it’s fun to go down there with the locals or you can take the 30 minute drive across the causeway and be in New Orleans Normally abita mystery museum I must see every Sunday we have an a bit of farmers market in downtown Abita all local vegetables and fruits and art and music and fun!!Learn more about this land:Beautiful quiet little area hidden away from the world come stay enjoy the amenities of Abita Springs Louisiana!! Only 30 minutes from New Orleans Louisiana!!!❤️❤️❤️ There is an above ground pool available during summer months and a place to bbq picnic or roast marshmallows !!!! With lots of wood on site!! Tranquil area for hippies that love nature!! Kids and pets welcome🌤🔥🌞🌞🙂
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Heavenly Grace Farm

20 sites · RVs, Tents10 acres · Kiln, MS
10 Acre farm located in Kiln, Mississippi on the gulf coast. We love animals and the outdoor life! Come camp with us and enjoy relaxing in the outdoors.
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