September 7, 2021
Pretty setting. Lots of farm animals to watch nearby. Clean bathroom and shower. I'd stay here again.
July 4, 2021
Camp site in the Orchard
Nice Hipcamp site in the Flint Hill
Great setting with excellent views and plenty of shade in the Orchard campsite. It was just a short walk to a large pond where we caught several fish in an hour and our dog loved swimming. We had plenty of privacy and the bathroom/shower was less than a five minute walk. The hens wandered freely and the farm dogs visited several times. One of the dogs had adopted a lamb and they seemed to be inseparable. Gail was very helpful. I would stay again.
May 25, 2021
Beautiful farm camping experience
This is such a beautiful place to camp. Gail and his wife are incredibly sweet and helpful, their land is beautiful, and it’s a perfect spot to set up a tent and relax.
We loved the sounds of their animals in the distance - it is not loud of distracting, but it immerses you in a really pretty farm setting.
It was very nice to have a bathroom available to wash up and add a bit of comfort.
May 16, 2021
My husband and I spent one night on Gail’s farm on our way from Nashville to Colorado. While we weren’t there long, we felt like it was a great little oasis to break up our trip. We had a few hours before the sun went down to meet the dogs, cows and chicken and explore the land. It’s beautiful and we loved our time on the farm!
May 9, 2021
Peninsula on the Fish Pond
Couldn’t have been happier!
This was our very first Hipcamp experience and I couldn’t be more happy. Gail was extremely welcoming and communicated very well through the whole process! We loved seeing the animals and the camping spot was just beautiful. We camped with our two older kids and two month old and it was absolutely perfect! We will definitely be back!
April 6, 2021
This was the greatest getaway I've had in awhile. You should definitely check it out.
August 19, 2020
A farm with integrity
This is a very special place. You get a true farm experience on a family farm. Gail and his wife are excellent hosts; both are welcoming and wonderful people.
The campsite where I stayed was close to the entrance to the farm, but at the end of the day, the site became private, and I found myself cooking out under a dark, starry, Kansas sky.
You hear the farm around you as it changes throughout the evening, night, and morning. The familiar sounds of the cows, sheep, and chickens give way after dark to the howls of coyotes in the distance and Gail's two protective sheep dogs warding them off. Then, of course, the rooster's crows in the morning twilight to tell you the day is beginning again.
The farm itself is quite large, with ponds and hiking trails. The vegetation is diverse.
Campers have convenient access to water, toilets, and a shower.
Gail is one of today's thinking farmers, whose inventiveness and understanding of the ecology of farming has allowed him to join a small but growing group of regenerative farmers who work with the rhythms of nature to produce food.
You witness an entire philosophy at work on this farm--compassion toward people, animals, and the soil make this place unique.