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Red Dirt Retreat

20 sites · RVs21 acres · Garrison, TX
Wake up in the shade of an oak tree casting shadows over your view of the pasture and pond. All the country charm of farm life with all the simplicity of RV living! Watch the cows graze and enjoy the turtles sunbathing all within 10 minutes of downtown Nacogdoches! Clean, quiet & so convenient to everything! Make our ranch your home, or visit on your way through Deep East Texas. We'll be pleased to call you "neighbor" for as long as you want to stay. Have the best of all worlds! Low maintenance farm living, close to everything! When you make 16098 your address, you enjoy the farm, but you don't do any of the work! See the new baby calves skipping and frolicking in the pasture, enjoy the chickens free ranging near the pond, play flashlight tag with the armadillos and bring your own pets as long as they are on the leash.
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M Rockin C Ranch

21 sites · RVs, Tents95 acres · Grapeland, TX
M-Rockin-C Ranch, owned and operated by retired US veteran, is raising egg laying chickens, pastured boiler chickens, goats (Nigerian Dwarfs, Pygmy and a Nigerian-Pygmy cross), rabbits (California - meat/pets) and also have grass-fed beef (Brangus, Angus and F1 Hybrids). We have expanded our rabbitry soon to include Rex and Harlequin breeds as well. The drought of 2022 and 2023 caused us to have to cut fencing which we are still working to repair in order to bring back our heritage hogs. Turkeys are raised only when pre-paid by customers. We are currently working to get bees again for local harvested honey in Houston County, Texas. All my poultry and livestock are free ranged and live on pasture supplemented with non-GMO feeds using no antibiotics or hormones. My goal is growing all the livestock in an environment outside where they can live normal lives eating bugs and grass, enjoying the sun and rain and through holistic management creating more sustainable pastureland for the future. Our main rule is please enjoy observing the ranch life but do not harass the animals. We live in the country please do not be too loud or cross outside of our ranch boundaries. My neighbors have lived here or moved here for their own peace and solitude as well... be respectful of that and enjoy your stay in the country. The ranch is located in the Piney Woods of eastern Texas and consists of 95.26 acres mostly in open grazing land with dispersed pine and oak trees in small groupings and along the fence lines. The ranch has a nearly a 1/4-acre upper pond and an elongated narrower lake that is close to 1 and a 1/2-acre below the upper pond to the west. There is a fenced in just over 1/2 acre area just north of the upper pond. The ponds gain water from natural spring flow and rainwater. Cook Creek runs through the entrance area off of FM 2022 on the northwest side of the property. The creek is year-round but normally is only a few inches deep but does have a few deeper pools of water. The ranch has about 65+ acres of gentle rolling hills of open pasture. The pastures consist of bahia, maxio and angusta ryegrasses, with mostly coastal grasses with some red and white clover mixed with natives. The ranch also has a diverse group of wildlife including but not limited to coyotes, white tail deer, roadrunners, racoons, possums, wild pigs and hawks of different species. We have spotted a golden eagle on the ranch within the last few months. We have a couple juvenile bald eagles on the north-northwest side of the property. Our large great blue heron is back from his migration south. Several kingfishers are nesting near the large lake. Several other migratory birds and waterfowl also traverse the ranch during their travels north and south through the area. The night sky is amazing! If nothing else brings you here. You must come enjoy the view of the milky way and thousands of stars visible in our south-east Texas night sky. Photos of the night sky have been added to the listing... do not miss them! I really enjoy just leaning back in a zero-gravity chair and getting to view the sky when not looking through my 8in Meade Coma-Free Smith-Cassegrain telescope. I often have the scope setup and visitors are more than welcome to come view the wonders that our night sky has to offer on most clear nights. Bring apples and carrots to get close to our draft mules and horses. They will love you for the treats and offer great photo opportunities for those treats. They might follow you back to your campsite though if they get too be too much trouble just shoo or scare them away. Bring a fishing pole to see if you have any luck catching a bream, sunfish, small mouth or largemouth bass. We do have turtles as well. The biggest and meanest is the alligator snapping turtles best to just cut the line than try to take your hook or lure back from these guys.
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Yellow Rose Canyon

11 sites · Tents116 acres · Mount Enterprise, TX
We are the new owners of the property formerly known as Durango's Canyon aka "The Crater". Under this new ownership and management, Yellow Rose Canyon aims to build a positive community based culture through music, art, food, and family friendly outdoor events. We feature RV camping, tent camping, cabins, and a stage to be utilized for everything from Music Festivals to Movie Night under the Stars. We hope you'll join us for our next event.  Country Music After Dark on Saturday, August 21st!Learn more about this land:Rustic Camping at the Yellow Rose Canyon. Good for tent camping or dry camping cars, trucks, and vans. Open fields, blue skies, and starry nights in the piney woods of East Texas. Restroom facilities available. No campfires allowed.
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Hassell Cattle Farm

2 sites · RVs1000 acres · Rusk, TX
This is part of the Hassell Cattle Company farm. This campground is used in the fall for our hunters. We'd love to share with our property with campers during the hunting off season! We are eight miles from Rusk TX. Rusk has the Texas State Railroad also the longest foot bridge. Many area lakes to fish.Learn more about this land:We have a wooded private area that is perfect for an RV camping trip. We have full hookups, water, electric and sewer. Our sites are gravel for easy access. Come and enjoy beautiful East Texas! 
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Bayou Siep Creek Ranch

4 sites · RVs12 acres · Shelbyville, TX
Learn more about this land:Escape the city and spend your vacation in the Pineywoods! The 12.6 acres is private and secluded, mostly wooded with two naturally cleared areas perfect for nature viewing. The property is bordered by Bayou Siep creek that runs along the entire southern border of the property. Maple, Pine and Oak trees surrounded by golden rod and other plants great for foraging!!
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Green Acres

19 sites · RVs, Tents16 acres · Beckville, TX
16 acre, quiet, secluded little farm between Carthage and Henderson, close to Martin Lake. Temporary horse stalls can be set up if needed. 20+ spots available. Power and water connections near home (only a few hundred feet away) can be used to fill tanks and charge batteries. Porta-Jon near campsites. Rate shown is for dry camping only with Porta-Jon. Generator use welcome from 8am-8pm.
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New to Hip-RV in Jones Country!

1 site · Lodging5 acres · Colmesneil, TX
The RV has an open concept, so it’s easy to move around.  A comfortable sofa that can be made up with twin sheets as a sleeper for a child.  The bathroom is small and reflects a typical RV set-up (the hot water tank is small RV sized, so plan showers accordingly).  There is a built in bar for eating or using a laptop.  There is an area rug in the sofa area, but the rest of the flooring is solid surface.  You may want some slippers or house socks.The property is spacious and there is plenty of room for parking, even with a trailer attached.You may encounter pets on the property.  Also, this is East Texas— natural wildlife still exists here.  That includes an occasional snake, lizard, armadillo, and/or bug, among other things.  Warm weather is mosquito season.  Make sure you bring repellent.I provide a few snacks, as well as milk, orange juice, eggs, and butter.      If you’re bringing a pet, there is a dog bed, and food and water bowls.  I throw in a few treats, too!
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Nacogdoches Solar Eclipse Park

1 site · RV, Tent70 acres · Nacogdoches, TX
Explore 70 acres of natural beauty, including a 16-acre field that is perfect for witnessing the upcoming April solar eclipse. With a predicted 97% eclipse at this location, it promises to be a breathtaking sight. Additionally, the property serves as an ideal spot for stargazing during the night. While there are no water or electric hookups, this location offers a unique experience in historical Nacogdoches, Texas. Discover the charm of the oldest town in Texas with its original red brick Main Street. Nearby attractions include Stephen F. Austin State University, Fredonia Brewery, and the serene Lake Nacogdoches.
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Looking for a camping experience with a ranch vibe near Nacogdoches, Texas? Look no further than Hipcamp! With over 429 options in the area, you'll have plenty of choices to find the perfect ranch campground for you. Whether you're looking for a budget-friendly option starting at just $10 per night or want to splurge on a more luxurious experience, the average price per night is $35. Plus, you can trust the reviews of fellow campers to help you make the best decision. Check out some of the top campsites in the area like Music Springs (101 reviews), Hilleetla (86 reviews), and Glamm Camping (52 reviews). And don't worry about missing out on amenities or activities, as popular amenities like campfires, potable water, and toilets are available, and you can enjoy swimming, hiking, and exploring historic sites in the area. So get ready to saddle up and experience the ranch camping adventure of a lifetime!

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