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Restoration Farms

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· Peggs, Oklahoma
10 acres
2 sites
1 RV
1 Tent
After RVing fulltime as a family for a few years it took us a long time to find a property that met our criteria for a place for our family to homestead... Especially after managing campgrounds and camping in some incredibly beautiful places. When we started looking we had no idea this amazing area of Oklahoma existed. Hitting dead ends everywhere else we decided to look in Oklahoma and we're so glad we did. Our farm is located in the foothills of the Ozarks in the Green Country region of Oklahoma and it lives up to its name! We came to tour it and fell in love. That was just over two years ago. Having sat vacant for years there was much to be done and we had a lot to learn by doing. We've been using permaculture or regenerative farming practices to restore this neglected property and we hope you enjoy our progress and can catch our vision for what is possible. We love sharing the abundance of the special place we get to steward and what we are learning here with others.  Our farm driveway is conveniently located right on highway 82, but the farm is nestled behind some other properties and not directly on the highway. Within one mile there is a Dollar General, Cowboys (convenience store with discount groceries, gas, propane, and a deli), The Rabbit Trap diner, Bob's Mini Mart, a dispensary, and more in the town of Peggs if you need supplies. Spring Creek is nearby and is a great place to wade or fish. Tahlequah is 20 minutes away and is the capital of the Cherokee nation and has museums, parks, casino, and plenty of shopping venues and restaurants. The Illinois River is also there which is a great place for rafting and recreating. 
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Peggs, Oklahoma, United StatesTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
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Hosted by Ashley C.Joined in October 2020
Response rate: 80%Response time: Within 9 hours
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4 ratings · 5 reviews
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Stephen G.doesn't recommend
June 12, 2022
Deer Hollow Campsite
Friendly hosts sub-par campgrounds
Let me start by saying the hosts are very accommodating and responsive. They did more than enough to make us happy during our stay. They even mowed a part of the campground for our tent. However, the campground is not as appealing in real life as it appears online. Much of the campground is overgrown and the pond especially is not as inviting in real life. Also if you have a lot of gear you might want to stay elsewhere, it's only a 3-4 minute walk to the car but doing it over and over gets tiring. The host should invest in putting a gate for campers closer to the campsite instead of using the path next to their house.
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Roger B.doesn't recommend
March 17, 2022
Wild Rose Campsite
Avoid
I was booked into the “Wild Rose" camp and without prompting the host upgraded me to the “Deer Hollow” site. I was very appreciative as the “Wild Rose” site offered very little space for a tent. Apparently, the site is split into two locations, about 20 yards apart, with a trail that could be dangerous in the dark, and both with a fire pit. I can only assume the purpose is to have a fire in one location and the tent in the other. Clearly the host recognized my discomfort, and offered the upgrade, which I accepted. After review, it is my belief that the “Wild Rose” site is a safety hazard, particular as it relates to the uncontrolled spread of fire. The “Deer Hollow" site, about 20 feet from the first "Wild Rose" site, is larger and as the host stated correctly, there is constant road noise. Additionally, the host’s children can be heard playing constantly as there is no sound break between them and the camping area. The major drawback of both sites is they are next to public paths' of the farm. This offers little to no privacy as individuals and groups often walk by, within feet of camp; including unaccompanied young children. These visits are unannounced and are not conducive to relaxation. I would also treat all sites as dry. After viewing the location of the spigot I felt it necessary to filter this water before consumption. In 40 plus years of camping, I have never been anywhere I absolutely would not go again, or strongly encourage anyone else to not visit, until now.
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Clara B.recommends
October 21, 2021
Dairy Cow Meadow Camping Area
Lovely place to camp and learn!
This was the perfect place to stay for the two nights we were in town. It’s easy to find, there are CUTE animals, we felt safe, and hosts are lovely, genuinely kind and thoughtful humans :)
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Lois P.recommends
October 10, 2021
Dairy Cow Meadow Camping Area
Real farm with animals
Authentic working farm. As advertised. Beautiful surroundings and abundant farm animals. Large family was delightful and helpful. Enjoy.
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Sarah S.recommends
June 22, 2021
Dairy Cow Meadow Camping Area
You’ll leave with a full heart
Idyllic farmstead, lovely family and delightful farm animal friends. I highly recommend if you have kiddos or you don’t. But my three year old (and my inner three year old) were completely thrilled with our stay. Also, Ashley is a wealth of plant knowledge if you’ve an interest in the medicinal or edible.
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