The Sycamore is tucked away on 20+ beautifully wooded acres along the Little River in southeastern Oklahoma.
Bring a hammock and soak in the fresh air, wildlife, and starry skies. Don't forget your binoculars for bird watching, or a rare Bald Eagle sighting.
By booking the entire campground, you may enjoy a stay in one of our spacious, air conditioned bell tents which can sleep up to 6 people each, or self-camp in an RV spot or tent. An old hunting cabin has been converted to a communal space containing a shared restroom with a shower, and kitchen.
Outdoor enthusiasts can take advantage of fishing in the river or nearby lake, hiking, and cycling.
Enjoy your private gathering or event for up to 30 people!
Oklahoma, United StatesTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Em C.Joined in April 2022
3 ratings · 3 reviews
August 13, 2022
We thoroughly enjoyed our time staying at the sycamore. This beautiful space has so clearly been created with intention for others to find peace, fun, and be able to take a step back from the business of our day to day lives. Being able to participate in our natural surroundings while still having the comfort of things like a shower, and AC in the night was wonderful. It’s in a perfect location that allows you to feel separate from others, but still close enough to cities in case of emergency. The location also allowed us to take nice walks, go swimming in the nearby lake, and hear the amazing birds and bugs. We appreciated having a kitchen to cook in, and a place to play fun games. The one note we had from our stay was that the fridge wasn’t as cold as it should have been to keep our food fresh, but we did see they were looking for new appliances so we’re sure that will be remedied in the future. We loved reading about the big ideas they have for this campsite in the future, and all of us would love to return again. This space was exactly what we needed to bond and make memories before heading our separate ways for school. Can’t recommend it enough.
August 8, 2022
A couple nights with the Stars
The Family and I had a great time at the Campsite. My niece dubbed us the Chicken Nuggets Group*
Nice balance of nature, convenience**. Holdenville lake is a short car ride, a pretty easy bike ride, and a slightly ambitious hike**. We found the water, even in August, cool and refreshing.
Thanks again to Em for clear and detailed instructions. Even finding the site and getting everything setup was a good time for an OCD computer nerd like me!
5 out of 5
*I added Hot Mustard as I do to all my chicken nuggets on those rare Chicken nugget craving days
**site has restroom amenities and Holdenville has pretty much everything you might have forgotten to pack)
***depending on the temp, Spring / Early Summer sure, 100 August , no, just no
August 5, 2022
The tents are pretty cool. I had the place to myself for my 3 day stay and it was very nice. The AC in the tent worked well, and kept me cool all night. I never met the host, as she was in a quarantine, but the communication was there. Cell signal in the area on Verizon was not enough to make a call or check emails, but I was able to text my family. If you come when I did, know that it is hot, and humid. The cabin stayed hot all the time, so I didn’t spend any more time than necessary in it. Long enough for the 5 minute shower, then get out of it. The door was hard to open, but Em says they are updating it as they get time. The shower is very small, but works. Toilet also works. Hope to stay again next year to see what they’ve done with the cabin.
I did not use the bed in the tent as I didn’t have the right size bedding. I have a cot and mattress that I love, so I used that. If you are looking for 5 star accommodation, this isn’t it. However, if you want to see the entire universe in the night sky, love to listen to the bugs sing, and not die from trying to rest in a hot tent, this is a great place. Motorcycle specific: Do not come in to the camp spot from 56 unless you really like dirt road. You get 6 miles of it from the 56. I have a heavy cruiser with trailer and showed up late at night so that sucked. Going into the entrance was still dirt, but well packed and I only got a little loose in one spot.