Tree Line Retreat is the ideal spot for some well deserved R&R! Nestled on a 40 acre working farmstead, the primitive camp sites are natural grass areas under a tree canopy of large oaks, cherries and other species. You are welcome to hike around and explore the 40 acres, plenty of backroads for beautiful biking, nearby lake with public access for fishing, swimming & picnick
Tree Line Retreat is the ideal spot for some well deserved R&R! Nestled on a 40 acre working farmstead, the primitive camp sites are natural grass areas under a tree canopy of large oaks, cherries and other species. You are welcome to hike around and explore the 40 acres, plenty of backroads for beautiful biking, nearby lake with public access for fishing, swimming & picnicking. Located between Cincinnati OH and Lexington KY, the retreat is a short 20 minute drive to the Ark Encounter in Williamstown KY, 45 minutes to Lexington KY, 50 minutes to Cincinnati. An abundance of wildlife roam the area from many species of birds, deer, turkeys along with possible visits from our free range barn cats!
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
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Went for another stay this time with a hammock amazing as ever and the only difference this time was a bit more was cleared on each side giving even more amazing views. Sadly my hammock test showed what a 20 dollar hammock does and I ended up leaving in the wee hours due to having inadequate underquilt to stay warm and to dodge the rediculous traffic going back to Ohio due to bridge construction. Kelly’s land is some of the best camping you’ll ever do.
Not yet ready for campers
Kelly was a friendly host, but the location was not ready for campers. There are five small sites on his property, all of them somewhat-mowed rough straw/grain. Shoes needed, some patches clearly felt through my tarp and plastic tent floor. I needed to use my four wheel drive to get there, too. Also, so many bugs. Hopefully he can take these notes under consideration and be more prepared next time!
This is a little slice of heaven. Cell service was spotty for me , managed to get to it with gps easily. Beautiful land all around great campsites I managed to have to whole site to myself when I went. This is the perfect place for hammock camping intend to get on and be back to rest this theory. Kelly checked on my once as I was fighting my cot that wouldn’t fit in my borrowed tent and was very nice, woke up early and set out and waved him goodbye with full intentions of coming back.