Sun Valley is located just 10 minutes Southwest of Macon Georgia. The back of the farm runs along the Echeconnee Creek. The Echeconnee swamp is home to Blue Herons, Snowy Egrets and Bald Eagles among many other species of Wildlife. Our 86 acres of lush shady Bridle paths wind along the creek with tributaries to splash through on hot days.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 2 nights
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Canoe in Echeconnie creek. Which runs along the back of our property but is not accessible from our trails, must be accessed at...Read more
Fishing accessible under bridge on Hartley Bridge Road, too marshy to access from riding trails.
86 acres of trail riding, Show arena complete with grand stand booth with PA system for hosting shows/playing music. 22 stalls...Read more
Black bear has been seen on our trail cams! Bald Eagles, Snowy Egrets, Piliated wood peckers, Owls, Hawks, Wild hogs, all sorts...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Sun Valley Arabians Horse Camp in Georgia.
87 acres of horse pastures and riding trails with several water hazards to splash horses through on hot days.
This is a working equestrian facility with horses, cattle and other domestic livestock.
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Nice host..ok camp.
The host, Holly was very nice. The horses were beautiful. My arrival was a bit awkward. A guy pulled up next to me asking if he could help me. He looked displeased. I thought maybe I was at the wrong place. Told him I booked the camp through hicamp. He still looked displeased and drove off. I booked this location because the listing included showers, a kitchen area and bathroom. To access the Wi-Fi you have to walk about a block to the main house and stand in front of the house to connect. It doesnt work in the camp area. The bathroom, kitchen and shower (hoses used to wash the horses - no privacy) were in pretty rough shape and not usable. With a bit of work to bring this place up to speed, it can be an amazing hipcamp. You're on a farm so expect to constantly be swatting tons of flies out of your rig and be aware there is no tree coverage (a struggle in the extreme heat.)
Great place to stay!
The farm is amazing. We stayed three full weeks. It’s a beautiful peaceful place to kick back. Very quite. We were the only RVers there the entire time. The electrical box is 20amp but managed to run our 30amp ac if we turned off the electric water heater and ran the fridge on propane.
Holly and her daughter were very gracious. We arrived late and they helped us with the electrical cord for our set up. In the morning we were pleasantly surprised to be in the middle of a beautiful farm with rolling hills and horses and cows. Holly told us to feel free to explore. It was great fun.