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Ardor Wood Farm

· Red Rock, Bastrop, Texas
67 acres hosted by Karen & Graham G.
1 lodging site · 2 tent sites
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Our values: We Value REPLENISHMENT. We want you to be in NATURE and feel replenished. We Value All Species Living Together in Nature Restoratively. We strive: to CULTIVATE ... thriving biodiverse habitats, because we lived here to LEARN ... from the regenerative nature of flora and fauna to SHARE ... the responsibility to care for one another to GROW ... our deep appreciation for the beauty of this Earth
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241 ratings · 174 reviews
Michaelle S.recommends
May 15, 2024
Ardor Wood Farm Camping
Thank you so much for sharing your farm for my camping with friends! Other than surviving the torrential rain we had that night it was a trip I will always remember and want to return to! Compost toilet was well kept and clean! I embraced nature and showered with harmless daddy long leg spiders In the out door shower! I am an avid camper and this is the most I’ve ever felt nestled in the woods. We even went barefoot, with the sandy earth between our toes felt like we were at a beach even. Your longhorn cattle are simply breathtaking! And to be as close to your turkey to hear and feel the bass of his gobbling is an “omg” moment! I’m definitely going back so I can venture on to your trails.
Brenda N.recommends
April 9, 2024
Ardor Wood Farm Camping
Amazing host!
Graham is truly doing what he loves and you can tell. I unfortunately had my car battery die on me and Graham wasted no time helping me get it jump started so I could drive home. Im sad I didn’t get to stay to experience the beauty of their property but I will definitely be back. If you’re looking for an all around awesome place to stay I can recommend Ardor Wood Farms highly! Truly amazing people with beautiful sites.
Randy H.recommends
April 9, 2024
Glamping Glen
It was amazing staying here. Karen and Graham are so nice and the goats are such sweethearts! The tent was so clean and perfect and the fire pit was amazing! It was truly a magical experience.
Dave B.recommends
March 31, 2024
Glamping Glen
Graham met us as we arrived and showed us around. I loved the hospitality! The property is private and has some good walking trails. The tent itself was very clean. There is a fire pit available and a lot of wood on the ground that can be used for burning. Nights were very peaceful, and it was fun listening to the farm animals. I would definitely recommend this property!
Sarah P.recommends
February 27, 2024
Glamping Glen
Perfect 1st Glamping Experience
Great experience! We were the only ones at the camping site; I am not sure how it would be if we had to share the firepit area and be quiet etc. with other tent campers, but we went on a Wednesday and had no issue. We loved the freedom that was given to campers to roam the working agritourism farm. The labyrinth was really neat too!
Ana T.recommends
February 26, 2024
Glamping Glen
Perfect weekend getaway!
I really loved it here! My dog and I did a fri-sun getaway and this was worth every penny. When you arrive, there’s a short walk to the tent but there are little pull carts to assist. If you’re alone and have a regular amount of stuff (I had a camping bin, my dogs things, plus water + food) it’s definitely a bit exhausting due to the sandy path so just be aware! By the entrance is the compostable toilet, water spigot, and outdoor shower, and nearby there is the path to the labyrinth and farm animals and there is also honey (delicious) for sale at the entrance. At the site, the fire pit is huge with a moveable grate on top, tree stump seating, and lots of firewood to forage around for. Loved that it wasn’t right next to the tent!! The tent itself was perfect, held heat really well, and the bed came with lots of blankets to keep you warm. Things to note for other campers: •there is a train that comes through often. •there is cell service. •LOTS of wildlife. We saw deer and sheep, there’s also a coyote crossing a 5 min walk behind the tent and we heard them at night (ear plugs are a must!) I brought bear mace and noise makers just in case, and made sure to bring in my food and water at night. ••• I only wish there were sand bags provided because the bottom flaps of the front portion of the tent (the entrance) are not secure and my dog (70lbs) could easily fit underneath. Sand bags would have been nice for added safety. Would stay again!! Loved it so much!
Red Rock, Bastrop, Texas, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Jumanos, Coahuiltecan, Ndé Kónitsąąíí Gokíyaa (Lipan Apache), Tonkawa, and Sana First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking

Hosted by Karen & Graham G.

Joined in March 2016
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