Robert's Redneck Retreat is located on about 16 acres of pasture and 58 acres of forested land with a creek and trails running through it. Our property also adjoins 1200 acres of the Mark Twain National Forest, dotted with springs, trails, rivers, lakes, ponds and breathtaking views. We have three small cabins on the property that are spaced out for privacy. There are also potential for tent camp sites.
My husband and I love nature, farming, gardening, and sharing time with like-minded individuals. Our dream is small scale hobby farming adjoined with cabin rentals, allowing trees to regrow in places that were once pasture in order to do our part to help maintain habitat for wild animals and plants. It is a balance that we love and it is our pleasure to share this property with you.
We are new here, but we are not new to the camping world; we have been helping campers have positive experiences since 2013 and already have over 170 positive reviews on Airbnb. We would love for Hip Campers to come experience our brand of cabin camping, with farm and forest experiences.
A little history of the surrounding area: The Mark Twain National Forest was stripped by loggers in the 1800's and was purchased by the government as a preserve. Since then, it has regrown into hardwood forest, dotted with remnants of pine. It feels wild and untouched, despite knowing it's history. And within it, it harbors all manner of waterways, wildlife, plants, and fungi beyond your imagination. We love southern Missouri and hope you come catch a taste of the wildness that is the Forest. Disconnect, unplug, lose your cell signal, and come find yourself in the woods :)
Missouri, United StatesTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Kathy W.Joined in August 2021
Response rate: 100%Response time: Within an hour
2 ratings · 2 reviews
November 23, 2022
Loved our stay at the cabin! Robert and Kathy were very accommodating and made us feel at home. We went in November and was pretty cold during our stay (15 deg at night) - the wood stove kept us plenty warm. Cabin #2 had a stove, running water (warmer months), basic electrical, and a small fridge. Outhouse for bathroom accommodations. They provided cots which worked well. Plenty of space to roam, hike, and great stargazing. And, if you are looking for “off grid”, this is the spot - cell service is a mile away. You’ll see some wildlife too - armadillos, deer, rabbits, and plenty of coyotes howling at night. Enjoy!
August 6, 2022
Camping and Floating
Welcoming hosts, lots of friendly animals, tons of space to roam, and a clean cabin with opportunities for tent camping around the area. Only 10 miles from The beautiful blue water of Boze Mill Spring and a canoe rental for floating the Eleven Point river! Awesome trip!