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Camp Carrasquillo

· Nineveh, Brown, Indiana
3 acres hosted by Brian H.
16 tent sites
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Enjoy the comforts of home at some sites—including flush toilets, showers, and a kitchen.
Beautiful camping grounds looking at the hills surrounded by lots trees. the property has tents sites and a primitive cabin and . It sits on the second highest point in Indiana. Situated in the middle of three forests minutes away from Brown county State Park, yellowwood Forest, Monroe Forest minutes away from historic artisan colony, Nashville, Indiana. There are hiking trails, a creek to pan for golden outdoor kitchen/bar and shooting range located on a private road minutes away from general store
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10 ratings · 9 reviews
Kimberly M.recommends
April 18, 2024
Camp Carrasquillo
Absolutely the best campsite I've came across. The entire camping area was beautiful, including the historically themed cabin. Brian was an amazing host to boot.
Eugene B.doesn't recommend
April 15, 2024
Camp Carrasquillo
Not private, bad vibes
This trip started out with a definite lack of info - the listing description was confusing, there were no check in instructions provided, and the host did not list the actual address until I messaged to request it. When we arrived we found that the “dispersed” campsites were right on top of each other on a very narrow piece of land. The whole set up is on a very steep hill, with muddy uneven terraces cut into it that barely leave room for your tent, especially if you want your it to be more than 6 inches away from the next person’s tent. The shared bathroom and the kitchen are side by side in a camper in the host’s driveway, so the kitchen isn’t actually very usable unless you want to cook 3 feet away from some stranger while they use the tiny toilet that’s only covered by a shower curtain. And if someone does brave the kitchen, then it’s a very awkward time for anyone who needs the toilet. The host had a stocked “cash donation” communal outdoor bar area that we definitely did not feel comfortable partaking in. But other campers did - in fact, most of them stayed up all night loudly partying. Some didn’t go to bed until 6am or later. Between that and the donkey that randomly screamed throughout the night and day, we didn’t get much sleep. I’m grateful that this site was one of the few that didn’t jack prices up for the eclipse, but I definitely would not camp here again. It felt unsafe and uncomfortable.
Simmon K.
April 15, 2024
This is a great campsite if you are an adult who is looking to meet people and have a good time. Brian was there to meet us and was a generous host. The camp was easy to find, well-equipped, and surrounded by beautiful trees. If you are a family with young children or someone looking for a quiet campsite, I would only recommend this camp if you are guaranteed a site far away from the communal kitchen. Our site was right next to the communal kitchen, and Brian and some other campers were in the communal kitchen/bar area talking, drinking, and streaming TV until 5am in the morning. We got very little sleep because of the noise, and it unfortunately ruined our stay here.
Bill R.recommends
April 12, 2024
Camp Carrasquillo
10% (please read)
I’ll keep it short by saying that if Brian only did 10% of the accommodation and the work that he was doing for everybody that came in, he would still get a five star. This place is a gem with so much to offer and has something for everyone.
Simon C.
April 11, 2024
Camp Carrasquillo
This was a solid place to camp for a good price. The camp sites are on a terraced hillside that is quite steep. Several of the spots have dedicated firepits which is a nice touch. The host was nice and even made dinner for us one of the nights. My main issues with the camp site was how close we were to the other campers. It got quite busy the 2nd night and it was loud well into the evening and early morning hours. Hard to get restful sleep for us. If you were visiting at a time when there aren't a ton of other campers it would be a more enjoyable experience. For parents - I would say that this place is more geared towards adults and not children. Highlight of the camping experience was the hosts donkey Eeyore.
Shawn R.recommends
April 10, 2024
Camp Carrasquillo
Our stay at the Hipcamp site in Ninevah, Indiana was nothing short of amazing! It was the perfect spot for a family getaway, especially to view the eclipse. The amenities, including the RV for showering and restroom use, made our stay incredibly convenient and comfortable. The location itself was stunning, with ample space for the kids to run around and explore. We had a fantastic time soaking in the natural beauty and enjoying the serene atmosphere. Moreover, the people we encountered during our stay were wonderful – friendly, welcoming, and eager to make our experience memorable. Overall, our time at the Ninevah Hipcamp site was unforgettable. We can't wait to return and create more memories in this beautiful setting. Highly recommend it to anyone looking for a great time with great people!
Nineveh, Brown, Indiana, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Myaamia, Kaskaskia, and Kiikaapoi (Kickapoo) First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Brian H.Joined in February 2024
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