Family owned since 1980, this is a very isolated area that's perfect for star gazing and getting away from the city lights. It's a semi arid, blackland soil brush area with a wide variety of trees, foraging, and wildlife. You may hear coyotes in the distance or donkey braying. There are free range chickens and ducks nearby.
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This is a carved out area to pitch your tent in the middle of a large semi-wooded field lined with cedar trees. Park at the gate, and it's a 25 ft walk. If it hasn't been raining and there is no rain in the forecast, then you are welcome to drive right up to your spot.
Amazing night sky and very isolated with a quiet dirt road 20 ft away. It's just 8 minutes from Interstate 30, where there is a Huddle House restaurant, Pilot gas station, Texaco, and an Exxon. This field is actually surrounded by an 80 acre cattle field, and you're free to go exploring on that if you want.