Nebraska, United StatesTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Francis H.Joined in February 2020
31 ratings · 25 reviews
August 5, 2022
Quiet. Off the beaten path. 100x better than a campground. Met the owner, it was her birthday, very accommodating and respectful. Would love to come back and stay here right in the middle of the prairie. You can take a swim nearby at the bridge.
August 3, 2022
Camping with cows
Large spot that fit Francis’ description. Super basic, but quiet surroundings except for the animals which we loved hearing! The cows welcomed us in the driveway!
July 29, 2022
Fantastic place to stay. A friendly and helpful host and beautiful views.
July 5, 2022
Pine Tree Canyon
Off reading gone awry
We had to move off the road for fire trucks to come by and we got stuck. I texted Francis and he came and pulled us out right away! Incredible guy, fun to talk to, really made a great memory out of a stressful situation!!
June 21, 2022
Francis was super friendly and helpful. We wanted a particular setting and had some particular activities in mind, and Francis helped us make it happen.
November 6, 2021
Francis Heath's land is in the Nebraska Sandhills, a place we have always wanted to go to, and they are indeed sandhills, with lots of plants growing on them. The camp is right on top at the edge of a canyon, with the Niobrara river in the canyon below. We were able to take a walk down the canyon when we arrived, with deer everywhere. Francis provides a very nice camp, with water, a fire pit and stack of wood, an outhouse(such an essential amenity at the Hipcamps), and a night sky that was extraordinary. Francis' directions were very easy to follow and he is a great host - he aims to please his guests. This is a big working farm/ranch, and he was harvesting corn into the night, trucking it over to the granary(that the camp is next to), and funneling it in at the top, making the most wonderful sound. We enjoyed the energy of the harvest and appreciate the farmers who grow food for us. Thank you Francis for a wonderful evening on our travels!