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Thousand S.’s Land

13 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents84 acres · Lapeer, MI
Welcome to Thousand Suns, a unique 84-acre sanctuary where the land is intentionally cultivated and vibrantly alive. Unlike any ordinary campground, our space is designed to support both traditional and non-traditional ceremonies, fostering a profound connection to oneself and the natural world. At Thousand Suns, guests and members can explore 84 acres of scenic trails, pristine spring-fed waters, and a flowing river, offering an immersive experience in nature's tranquility. Whether you're seeking solitude or community, our land provides a serene environment for personal growth and reflection. Depending on the timing of your visit, you may have the opportunity to participate in private sessions with our skilled facilitators. Our offerings include yoga, bodywork, and other holistic practices designed to enhance your well-being. Additionally, we host various events throughout the month, providing diverse experiences that nurture your mind, body, and spirit. Join us at Thousand Suns with your Fishing poles swim trunks and a desire to relax and enjoy the land while you embark on a journey of self-discovery and connection in a space where nature and intention come together harmoniously.
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2 ponds on a farm

4 sites · RVs, Tents52 acres · Oxford, MI
Our beautiful family farm is a 52 acre paradise. Rolling hills in the pasture and fields around a large and medium pond fading into 22 acres of hardwoods with a small seasonal stream cutting through the forest from an elevated point creating multiple small drops that is a soothing sound of falls. Our wooded land wraps around an amazing beaver swamp that has some beautiful views from the ridge around it. The ponds are filled with smaller fish to have fun with. There are 2 lakes within 5 miles to put a boat in and go fishing as well. One of the lakes has a nice clean beach to go swimming that has kayak and paddle board rentals. We have a canoe for rent to get on our ponds. Biking and hiking trail entrances are less then a mile from the property. A county park is 15 minutes away that offers more fishing and boat rentals as well as A full disc golf course. There is a nice quiet 18 hole golf course a half mile from the property. We have multiple municipal nature trails in the area and are 5 miles from downtown Oxford with many attractions and restaurants. Here you will most likely see our chickens, ducks, goats and horses. Per appointment you can even hang out with us and our Clydesdales Bonnie, Patriot and thoroughbred Cooper. There is also an abundance of wildlife that can be seen and is not limited to deer, coyotes, turkeys and all types of water fowl. You should know that you will most likely hear gunfire while staying here as it is a part of daily life in our area. We hope you come and enjoy our land as much as we do.
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Mulligan's Valley in the Woods

4 sites · RVs, Tents12 acres · Oxford, MI
We are situated at the end of a private road with only 2 residences. 12+ wooded acres to enjoy(hiking/exploring). At this time, only Sprinter Vans, Truck Campers and small trailers are ideal for the RV sites. Tent campers set up at the back of the property in the woods. Several hiking trails and locations to camp. There are multiple fire rings out back and plenty of fallen wood to burn or you can purchase seasoned split wood bundles on site. Suggested Local Attractions: The property borders a public golf course, downtown Lake Orion or Oxford are less than 1.5 miles as is public access to All-Sports Lake Orion(the lake) as well as others in the area. Dozens of miles of hiking/mountain biking trails. Bald Mountain State Park and Addison Oaks trailheads 2 and 3 miles respectively. Disc Golf courses. Public beaches, paved trails, etc. Or you can just hang out and watch the various wildlife that frequent the property. At least a dozen breweries, distilleries, restaurants a couple miles away, easily able to walk/bike/drive.
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B Mo's Hideout

4 sites · RVs, Tents42 acres · Columbiaville, MI
42 private acres for day use or tent camping. This is a clothing optional green space, walk the trails, play horse shoes bean bag toss or just sit back and relax. It's a great place to hang a hammock and chill or explore the woods, pick wild strawberries early summer raspberries mid summer and blueberries mid summer. Open from March 17th thru Oct 1st. Please call ahead for bookings between Mar 17 and April 14 for site conditions. Sites 2 and 3 can accommodate small pop up trailers less than 20ft. Check in times may very.
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Camping on our Organic Farm

7 sites · RVs, Tents138 acres · North Branch, MI
WHAT'S NEW ON THE FARM IN 2023 This year we are expecting two foals (baby horses). One the end of April and one around the Fourth of July. We are also milking a family cow for our own milk as well. Her name is Daisy and her calfs name is Maple. Maple was born in March on the maple full moon. We do a calf share where the calf is with her mom part of the time and we are still able to milk her. Our mini horse, Annabell is now pulling a cart and giving rides! So much fun! We will have Great Pyrenees puppies from end of April through mid July. Come and spend some time with them! We also have two new additions to the farm. A pony mule, named Molly, in which I am planning to train to pull a cart and a cream colored pony, named Whinny as well, for riding. ABOUT DOREEN I’m an entrepreneur. I’m all about health and taking care of the mind, body and spirit. I’m an organic farmer, an animal nut, health coach, mindset mentor and Psych-K facilitator. I have six children and hosted three foreign exchange students. I love kids, animals (especially horses) and nature. I love anything and everything about health and personal growth and well being. ABOUT THE FARM We have a working, organic farm with a lot of animals, however, we also do crops as well. This particular farm is 138 acres with 8 acres of woods. We have working dogs, sheep, cattle, horses, a few ducks, chickens, a couple goats, a mini horse and outdoor cats on our farm. We have some super great animals. Most of which are very friendly. You never know what will be available to see on the farm when you visit. We are expecting a foal (baby horse) this summer (2021) and are already planning for another foal next summer as well. We often have puppies as well and sometimes we have to bottle feed lambs. There's never a dull moment. Our farm is unique in the way of having a very positive VIBE to it. The energy is awesome! It's really a space of tranquility and healing if you allow yourself to go there. After hosting with air bnb for a little over a year now, we decided to give this a try as well. We love hosting people and having them come to the farm and enjoy our way of life. It also helps to have a supplemental income as having and running a small family farm isn't very sustainable. Typically there's off the farm jobs to help pay for the farm life. It's a crazy equation. Small family farms are far and few between. Please support your local farmer if possible! It is greatly appreciated!
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Indian Lake Camp

6 sites · Tents3 acres · Lake Orion, MI
Mostly private 3 acer lot in the woods, (neighbors on one side) near the lake with great access to launch a kayak. Flat areas for tent camping, or hang a hammock on one of the many trees. Plenty of room for multiple tents and parking on site. There is a camp fire ring provided. There are some restaurants driving distance as well as some great hiking trails. This area is big on dirt bikes, with many great parks close.
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Step Back in Time with Us!

7 sites · RVs10 acres · Port Sanilac, MI
Our beautiful, 10-acre grounds include wooded and grassy areas, 14 different gardens, bridges, boardwalks, swings and benches, walking trails, and 17 historic buildings. Visit the beautiful Loop Harrison Mansion, General Store, one-room schoolhouse, Banner Cabin, our historic church and train depot, the hearse shed that houses our antique wooden hearse, and more. Wildlife and nature abound. Our peaceful and private grounds will be your camping oasis. Within walking distance of beautiful Lake Huron with its beaches and marina and parks, plus the Port Sanilac Lighthouse (tours available on summer Fridays), and several bars and restaurants. Check out our Farmers' Market on Fridays and catch a live play at the 150-year-old Barn Theatre. Take a guided tour of the beautiful Loop-Harrison Mansion, built in 1872. Or hop on a 1917 open-air Model T or horse and carriage for a tour around town. Join us for one of our many events: bourbon tasting parties, live music, historical re-enactments, psychic readings, lectures, and much more. There is always something happening at the Museum! Learn more about this land: RV campers are welcomed to our beautiful 10-acre grounds at the Sanilac County Historic Village and Museum. At this time, we do not allow tent campers. Campers are invited to use our two large communal bonfire pits. Firewood is available for purchase. Advance notice is recommended. Guest WIFI is available in and near the Mansion but does not reliably connect to our camping areas. Here you will find beauty, quiet, and privacy. Be sure to wander our brick/stone path and nature trail that combine to make a one-mile walking path around the grounds. You'll enjoy bridges, swings and benches to rest awhile, a boardwalk, a fairy garden, 14 flower gardens, birds and wildlife, and lots more! The path also winds past each of our 17 historic buildings and the 1942 U.S. Army Troop Train. We host weekend events during the summer months, including historical re-enactments, Farmers' Market, live music, outdoor yoga and fitness classes, bourbon tasting parties, Rockin' the 70's Music Festival, and much more! Tour the beautiful Loop-Harrison Mansion, celebrating its 150th anniversary in 2022. Enjoy a live performance at the Barn Theatre on Friday and Saturday evenings. Take a unique tour of Port Sanilac in our 1917, open-air Model T or horse and carriage. We are located within walking distance of beautiful Lake Huron, including a lakeside park, beach, harbor, and break wall. Check out the live music at the harbor park every Saturday during the summer months. The historic Port Sanilac Lighthouse (tours offered on Fridays) is also within walking distance, as well as restaurants, bars, and shopping. Follos us on Facebook at "Sanilac County Historic Village and Museum" for the most up-to-date info on events, etc.
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The Wind Down Depot

1 site · RV35 acres · Carsonville, MI
The wind down depot is an old train station cut in half and moved to the middle of the woods. We have lots of walking trails. Animals of all sorts can be seen all day. The flower garden is always loud with buzzing. The slab of concrete is ready for parking. Power available 20, 30 and 50 amp. Hose spigot too off the house. It’s secluded and private. Offers nature and views from the site to the pond and creek. Town is 5 miles away. The property is completely wooded.
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Full Circle Flowers Farm

1 site · RV10 acres · Otter Lake, MI
Hello. We own a flower farm in Otter Lake, Michigan. We are excited to offer the South 10 acres of our farm to Hipcamp campers! There are many beautiful rustic spots to camp around the 10 acres. Out front near the south flowers field. In the middle there is a beautiful clearing by the pond. Or anywhere on or off the trail system in a mix of soft and hardwoods. At this time we do not have bathroom (we have a porta potty) or water facilities. Best suited for rustic tent campers or self-sustainable RV campers. Flowers are July - Frost.
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Happy Little Farm🐓

1 site · RV4 acres · St Clair, MI
Learn more about this land:I have 4 acres right outside of town where my little historic bungalow sits and I live with my pup and chickens. Close to downtown where you can be in the St. Clair River within minutes and quick access to I-94. Happy to provide a fire pit, a pleasant experience and even some fresh organic eggs for breakfast :)
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Olds Road Getaway

4 sites · RVs, Tents10 acres · Metamora, MI
Dirt roads, great community for ORV with plenty of country around. Very remote can not see any houses from the property. Plenty of wildlife, deer and turkey, and a great swimming hole or fishing pond.
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Rejuvenating Eight

7 sites · RVs8 acres · Richmond, MI
Two sisters, Angie & Kimmy and their cousin Amanda pulled together to keep their grandparents land and dream home in the family to continue building the legacy they'd started and to share their space and vision for it with others.With nods to our grandparents, the local history and each of our personalities and interests, our retreats are designed with intention to be a space for quiet relaxation, recovery and growth. The 10 acre property was purchased by their grandparents in the 70's as vacant land where they designed and built their dream home and pond on the front two acres.Learn more about this land:The nearby towns of Armada, Richmond, Memphis & Romeo are rich in history from their roots in our farming communities, historic railroad and before them, our Native American's use of the land. Each town offering a unique and charming Main Street full of locally owned shops and restaurants focused on supporting their local community. A favorite and the nearest business to our property is Strikers, walkable from your campsite, and offering great food, a full bar, billiards, bowling, darts, special events and fun warm conversation.About the space: Angie, her sister Kimmy & cousin Amanda pulled together to keep their grandparents land and dream home in the family; to continue building the legacy and to share their space and vision for it with others.With respect to our grandparents, neighbors, local history and businesses; through our teams unique personalities and interests, our retreats are designed with intention to be a space for quiet relaxation, recovery and growth. The 10 acre property was purchased by their grandparents in the 70's as vacant land where they designed and built their dream home and pond on the front two acres. While you'll drive through it to access the back 8 acres, the front two acres are currently leased to a long term tenant who isn't to be disturbed.Each year we're improving the property and adding amenities. We currently have 4 individual van or tent camping sites and a larger community site that could accommodate up to 3 small RV's, vans or up to 22' trailers. We're in the process of building a 200 sqft structure to be the "lounge" common area hangout next to the community fire pit. Most vehicles with normal ground clearance should be able to access without issue. Extended heavy rain has created mud in the past at the entrance where 4x4 could be necessary to get in and out after a storm. Drivable roads and camp areas on back 8 acres were bushes cleared about a year ago. While its mostly grass now, there are still short, sticks/roots sticking out in some areas where they haven't been cleared or decomposed yet but still comfortable to drive or walk.
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