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Tom and Julie's Place

· Livingston, Michigan
10 acres hosted by Julie L.
3 RV/tent sites · 1 tent site
Recent Hipcampers say this Hipcamp is great for families and kids.
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97% of recent Hipcampers say the sites felt private.
8/29/23: Fall camping is here! The trees are beginning to change color and the evenings need a sweatshirt for sitting around the campfire. Camp here and you're in luck with a pumpkin patch a few properties down from us within a 5 minute walk, a haunted forest and mansion only a mile away as the crow flies! 1.5 miles away by car. Book that trip to enjoy all that fall season has to offer. We'll see ya soon! The property has a lot of wildlife. Deer, Turkey, Rabbits, Coyote, Birds, and Fox. A small creek runs on the property. There are many lakes just minutes away, as well as the Huron river for fishing and kayaking. Public beaches at Lake Chemung and Bishop Lake. Campfires allowed. Plenty of dead wood around. Potable water is available to fill fresh water tanks and containers. Sewer dump station is 5 miles away at Brighton Recreation Area (there is a fee to the state park). Summer activities: Howell Balloon fest in June. Howell Melon fest in August. Captain Frosty's Ice Cream is located approximately 2–3 miles away. They offer a variety of ice cream deliciousness, slushies, shakes, and malts. Fall activities: U-Pick Pumpkin Patch and Petting Farm next door. Free wagon rides on the weekends and a free corn maze anytime. Purchases available: pumpkins, cornstalks, Indian corn, gourds, squash, mums, honey, and other wonderful treats. Terrified Forest and Haunted Mansion are just 1 mile away beginning around mid-September for Halloween. Apple Orchard is 3–4 miles away. They offer apples and have an organic farm stand with a variety of vegetables.
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Livingston, Michigan, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Peoria, Anishinabewaki ᐊᓂᔑᓈᐯᐗᑭ, Bodwéwadmi (Potawatomi), Wyandot, and Mississauga First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Julie L.Joined in May 2021
50 ratings · 32 reviews
Christopher C.recommends
October 23, 2023
Camp 2 - West Woods - RV/Tent
Julie’s campsite was absolutely perfect very quiet and a pastoral setting
Alejandro D.recommends
October 16, 2023
Walk-In Tent Camp
Tom and Julie were excellent host! From booking this location last second, every minute my friends and I spent here was memorable. The host greeted us upon arrival and we’re plenty helpful getting us accustomed to the land, to recommending hiking and other local activities. Although there was heavy rain for the majority of the weekend, we came prepared with the necessary equipment and even had Tom check on us Saturday night to see how we’re holding up. To his surprise we had our tent covered with tarps and our canopy set up covering our equipment while we cooked around the camp fire and exchanged stories. My friends and I definitely will be booking this location in the spring and invite others to try out this hidden gem 😬
Easter C.recommends
October 1, 2023
Camp 1 North Meadow - RV/Tent
Fall camping
We had an amazing time. We slept under the sky full of stars and a beautiful moon. The view of the land was spectacular. WARNING!! Don’t steal woods, just do the right thing and pay for what you use. Poor couple blamed us for somebody else’s mess. We paid for our woods. Go check it out!!!!
Kayla S.recommends
September 17, 2023
Walk-In Tent Camp
Relaxing Getaway!
My boyfriend and I booked a last minute stay here and we absolutely loved it! It was very private and secluded from the other sites. Tom was kind enough to show us around the area and gave us a big warm welcome. We will definitely be going back!
Ted S.
September 5, 2023
Camp 1 North Meadow - RV/Tent
Mid eek stay
Campsite #1 was nice and secluded from the other sites. We were glad to hear from the hosts that there is no global warming. If you need to resupply it is minuets from the city of Pinckney. During the day we were not delighted to hear small planes from a nearby flight school endlessly circling overhead but at night the sounds of Sandhill Cranes, Owls and a pack of Coyotes singing made us forget.There are many recreation activities available at nearby State and County parks so this is a perfect place for a night or two to stage your adventure.
Josh B.recommends
September 4, 2023
Camp 1 North Meadow - RV/Tent
Julie's site is wonderful. Very well maintained and a beautiful area to stay in. Very private area, perfect getaway. 5 stars.
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