Chateau de Pique is a Winery and Brewery set on 80 acres just outside the city of Seymour, Indiana! A popular fishing and recreation spot on the White River is just a half mile away. Presenting on our large property are various outdoor settings: an 18 acre vineyard, open grassland (groomed), hills, tree areas, and a large parking lot for our RV and Camper guests!
- 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
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 92%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Chateau de Pique Winery and Brewery in Indiana.
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Wow! The property is as gorgeous as pictured. Plenty of room to walk and play. Lots of interesting visuals-barn, vineyard, beautiful wedding venue. Our family had such a fun time. If you want what feels like your own private campsite, this is the place. Easy drive just an hour from Indy!
Pleasant and wonderful
Most beautiful scenery and rolling hills was a very satisfying experience would recommend to family and friends. Mark was exceptional helpful and knowledgeable.
I thoroughly enjoyed my first visit to Mark’s winery / brewery. Camp near the grapevines and pastoral farmland. Mowed grass sites for tents or parking areas for vehicles. A cute town with all provisions and restaurants is about a mile away. Thank Mark for sharing his bit of paradise with a glass of wine or beer. I will definitely be back. You won’t be disappointed. P.S. Wait till you see the sunset view !
Very nice scenic campus. We were there alone. Excellent opportunity for solitude and to relax. Enjoyed the wine tasting on 1/1/21. Purchased several types of wines for other family members. May return again in the spring.
Go to walmart instead...
This had great potential with beautiful views, but it was nothing more than an overpriced boondocking spot. We purchased this location with the notion that it had water hookups. Upon arriving, we were left to park in the upper lot like instructed. Once we unpacked our four kids and setup, we went to hookup the water and it wouldn’t work. I then contacted the host who casually texted back that apparently the water in the upper lot had been shut off due to winterization. He then stated that there was water down the hill near the main building. No “sorry for the inconvenience”, or even an ounce of empathy. Not only would it be an impossible place for us to park, but as I have already stated, we had already unpacked and set up. We ended up boondocking for the evening in their parking lot, but could’ve easily done the same for free down the road at Walmart.