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Ned M.’s Land

· Meadville, Pennsylvania
22 acres
7 sites
7 RV/Tent
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Meadville, Pennsylvania, United StatesTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Ned M.Joined in April 2021
7 ratings · 7 reviews
Valeriya D.recommends
June 28, 2022
Great secluded spot with reception!
We really enjoyed our stay! Ned is a great host and was very kind. The land is beautiful and our spot was very secluded! We were able to get our 24ft rv here no problem. Another bonus was the great reception at this spot, we both had 4 bars of LTE for Verizon & T-Mobile! We would definitely back!!thank you!
Paul V.recommends
June 18, 2022
Great spot to set up a tent if you're in the area! Ned was not available this time so we had the place to ourself but we loved cooking by his lovely little frog pond. Very quiet and heavily wooded and covered in ferns and mosses, I would love to return one day!
Danielle S.recommends
March 14, 2022
Camp Snot Otter
Rustic Camping
We loved Ned's land. It was so quiet despite being off a main road. The access road has some sites right off of it and there are a handful you can hike in to. Danny was our host and he and his dog Myla hiked with us all over the property. Danny was super informative and was able to show us an old well, one of the only American Chestnut trees in the area and let us know about things Ned will be doing on the property in the future. It was to cold and snowy to see any snakes or salamanders so we will definitely be going back later in the year! Oh and bring your hammocks, you'll definitely find a place to hang and relax.
Me W.recommends
September 8, 2021
Camp Snot Otter
A quiet spot in the woods
A quiet spot in the woods, to set up a tent or pull in a camper. A fire ring of rocks. There is even a walk-in spot. A great way to skip the crowds. An hours drive from the beaches at Presque Isle. Woodcock Creek Lake, a lake with swim beach and boating only a couple of miles away. Quaint town with restaurants nearby. Bring your own water, use the woods, leave no trace. Be sure to call or text Ned ahead of time to let him know when you are arriving and what kind of spot you want. Gate closed after 8pm. You might try calling even if online booking system does not offer the days you want. I was the only camper. A few friends and family hanging out at main camp, a friendly scene. They will help out, make you feel welcome. A rutted road, high clearance vehicle best.
Kelly R.recommends
August 6, 2021
Fabulous camping!
My family and I needed a last minute place to stay after our first camping spot turned out poorly. I reached out to Ned and he was incredibly responsive and SO helpful! He was able to provide us with a beautiful place to tent camp with our kids. It was peaceful and private...just what we all needed. Ned was a fabulous host and we can't wait to camp at Nederlania again!!
Audrey B.recommends
July 20, 2021
Camp Snot Otter
Secluded relaxing time
I would most definitely recommend this place. Ned was a great host. Communication was fast and helpful. I told him I wanted a secluded spot and that I had a camper van with an awning and he made sure I had a nice wooded spot I could pull in. It was a very rainy week prior to my stay but my camp site was not muddy. And like he stated, very few mosquitos...actually I never saw one. He also welcomed my two traveling cats and they had no issues. Also got wood from him that was nice and dry and burned well. I will definitely come again!
Joshua C.recommends
June 17, 2021
Camp Snot Otter
Great "self-contained" camping spot
If you are prepared for a "dispersed" or "self-contained" camping experience, you'll have a great time. Ned and Danny were great hosts. The turn onto the property is a bit tricky to find, but its a secluded and cozy spot. When arrived in our truck camper Danny helped us find a good spot and level it. He had a fire going and we cooked hot dogs, beans and s'mores. He and his dog had our kids giggling like crazy. In the morning Ned arrived and showed the girls two snakes he was releasing in the pond, as well as the frogs and turtles that live in it. Its a great little spot and I hope we get back there. I'm looking forward to seeing how Ned and Danny develop the camp over time.
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