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Barefoot Gee's

· Daingerfield, Morris, Texas
10 acres hosted by Linda R.
4 RV/tent sites
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The great novelist Robert Louis Stevenson said, "It is not so much for its beauty that the forest makes a claim upon men's hearts, as for that subtle something, that quality of air that emanation from old trees, that so wonderfully changes and renews a weary spirit." Large Oaks and tall Pines Give the feel of an ancient forest. Small artesian Creek cools the campsites.Used by wildlife as a lane of passage and for permanent habitat. Excellent place for birding or playing outdoor games.Get to know nature and feel the peaceful presence of God. We are a tree farm. 10 acres of secure camping for everyone. No need to worry about leaving your things for the day. Fenced and Gated.Only four campsites on property With plenty of space between Campsites and cover for privacy. lake access .3 mile. Water park on the lake.4 miles from north shore of Lake O the pines. Close to Daingerfield state park. 8minutes to Lone star park . Plenty of hands-on nature fun learning for kids. Electric and water available for a fee ; no hook ups. Book all four campsites for family reunions and for complete privacy. Plenty of room for boat trailers. Not responsible for accidents or miss use of equipment or nature .You must carry your own insurance.You will be asked to sign a waiver for use of the property and playground equipment. 2 hrs from Dallas East. Near Tyler, Mt pleasant,Longview.Historic Jefferson/Avinger Things to do nearby: Lake Bob Sandlin State Park Dangerfield State Park Caddo Lake State Park Lake o the Pines Rocky point adventures on Ellison creek reservoir A water obstacle course Lone Star Texas Thomas falls zip line adventure in Diana Texas Lonesome dove drive through safari in Jefferson Texas Wildflower trails in April Historic Trains nearby Historical landmarks River boat tours and Ghost rides Mudbug festival in February Boo run in October KYKX big bass bonanza in May Gilmer yamboree 1.50$ movie in Daingerfield Omaha rodeo and watermelon festival Daingerfield days in OctoberNear Daingerfield Texas,Across the street from Lone-star lake .4 mi. Lake access .campsites are beside A small Artesian creek on 10 acres of East Texas deciduous and pine forest. Our tree farm and wildlife refuge Is secluded and abundant with birds and small wild life . Peaceful and serene areas for meditation and prayer. Horseshoe pits,volleyball court/ dirt,Ninja obstacles slack line : outside games .Hammock trees,forest and stream exploration , walking or biking trails “raw” . If you’re not too loud, A probable Wildlife encounter! Smoking and drinking responsibly are allowed. Most campers have cell phone reception. We have electric and water available for an extra fee. You may still hear traffic and homes are within hearing distance but out of sight!.You are a 2 minute walk up to the house.You will find a semiPrivate ,Secure, Safe place to camp with kids or Friends.Be unafraid to leave your camp for the day. It's a short drive to the lake. Birding here is excellent.  I have raw trails for mountain bikes, or walking; child safe . You can have a nice fire.  Public fishing and boat ramp (Lone Star lake)is less than a fourth mile away . I have room for your boat trailer,securely parked in the gated yard.4 miles to town. You can camp here with your horses, we are securely fenced and I have a small corral. County roads good for riding with public land nearby. I have goats that free range the property , They generally come by for a visit and then leave you alone . They can be pinned away from your camp if necessary. By booking a campsite, you are agreeing to the liability waiver. All activities both on and off Barefoot Gees properties are at your own risk and covered by your own insurance ..Please expand your overview to get the full picture.Happy camping! God’s blessings!! we were once the home of the Kickapoo Indians, and the old wagon train Road ran across this property.
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85 ratings · 70 reviews
Ryan M.recommends
April 9, 2024
Barefoot Gee's Primitive campsites
GREAT place to get away with family
My husband and I and our three boys stayed here for the total eclipse. My boys absolutely loved it! They enjoyed playing and swinging at the creek, feeding the chickens, fish, and goats. Camp dog Andy was the sweetest dog. He played all day with my boys and kept a watchful eye over them. Linda was an amazing host! She got bikes out for the kids to ride and gave them a bug magnifier glass. She was there if you needed anything at any moment. Definelty would recommend this beautiful place!
Leah G.recommends
April 9, 2024
Barefoot Gee's Primitive campsites
Lovely place to kick back!
My group of 4 really enjoyed our time at Barefoot Gee’s! Linda was very welcoming and accommodating! The fire pit was ready for our first fire, the tent pad was set up nicely, and all of the campsites are secluded and private in the trees. The animals were a perk - the dogs and goats stopped in for short visits at the campsite, and the whole experience was a restful retreat. We also took a short walk to Lone Star Lake and admired the April wildflowers! Truly a lovely experience!
Ethan B.recommends
April 9, 2024
Barefoot Gee's Primitive campsites
Path of Totality Tenting
We loved our stay here for the total solar eclipse! We cut it short due to a storm coming in and wanted to avoid packing up in the rain, but wish we could’ve stayed longer. Mrs Linda and her husband were very kind and we loved the camp dog Andy. He is very well mannered and frequently came hang out to keep up company. And the goats were so funny! Sites were clean and nicely shaded, there was plenty of space between each for privacy, and the toilet/outhouse was very tidy. The lake is very close and a boat launch is just a minute away. Would highly recommend, and would stay again!
Sigrunn Y.recommends
March 21, 2024
Barefoot Gee's Primitive campsites
Great family getaway
It was exactly as described. We enjoyed not being at a public campground with lots of people. The only thing we didn’t love is all the roosters but we knew they were there before we booked. Our kids love feeding the chickens and goats. Andy the camp dog was great and we enjoyed having him around.
Angelic F.recommends
March 13, 2024
Barefoot Gee's Primitive campsites
I could go on and on
This place was fantastic! Everything about it was perfect for us. The host Linda was amazing and great with the kids. Andy (the campground dog) was friendly and wonderful to have around. We brought our own dog (Whiskey) a Siberian Husky, who is timid around others dogs and him and Andy really hit it off. We loved getting up with the roosters and going to sleep to the sounds of nature. We will absolutely be coming back. Thank you for providing such an incredible and safe space to take my kids (and myself) camping for the first time. If you want to be close enough to get or do things but want to feel far away from it all, this place is perfect for you!
Vivian A.recommends
March 12, 2024
Barefoot Gee's Primitive campsites
Perfect trip for 1st time campers!
5 out of 5 ⭐️s! My friends and I spent two nights on Linda’s land and we had a blast. Beautiful location surrounded by trees during the day and stars at night. Pros: 1. The space was private, spacious and secure. 2. Linda was an amazing host and helped us with various supplies during our stay. 3. My pup played with Linda’s pup all weekend. So it was a win-win for all of us. 3. Good choice of activities to do on the land. We fed farm animals, jumped on the trampoline, walked along the land, and watched the stars. Cons: 1. None really! Just make sure to bring extra blankets since it gets cold. 2. You’re outside so bring bug spray! Her space was perfect for our group of 5 and we can’t wait to go back. Thank you so much Linda!
Daingerfield, Morris, Texas, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Caddo and Kiikaapoi (Kickapoo) First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking

Hosted by Linda R.

Joined in October 2018
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