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Caddo Springs Farm

· Frankston, Anderson, Texas
75 acres hosted by Christopher P.
1 RV/tent site · 2 RV sites · 4 tent sites
Nomadic camping
Best for self-contained campers. There are no toilets, showers, or potable water at this Hipcamp.
72+/- acre hunter's/fisher's paradise/working farm on Caddo Creek, South of Tyler Texas. This property is the perfect combination of pasture and woods, loaded with beautiful mature trees, and has a large pond away from the highway for quiet and solitude. Activities: Pick pecans or blackberries, watch the wildlife, pet the sheep, go fishing...plenty of space for all your camping activities. We have 1 electrical hook up or spend the night under the stars near the pond in a tent. This is a disabled/veteran owned working regenerative farm. We have a RV for rent if that is your style. Message me for details.
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10 ratings · 9 reviews
Ellie L.recommends
May 27, 2024
Tent Site 5
This campsite was AMAZING! Christopher’s farm is wonderful and has sweet animals, fresh fruit that you can pick and eat, and the perfect peaceful environment. Also great stargazing! Christopher was a great host and I would come back and camp here anytime.
Be H.recommends
April 19, 2024
Tent Site 7
Pilgrimage to Totality
My dogs and I were headed in our van bus for a rendezvous in Dallas for the 2024 Total Eclipse. We stopped mid-way to camp at Caddo Springs Farm and it was truly an immersive experience for the soul. Upon entering the property, our eyes were immediately drawn to the sea of colorful wildflowers as we were greeted by Danny with a Cajun welcome and a handful of fresh farm eggs. The scene expanded onto a grassy campsite with a winding creek amidst the shady trees. I plied my skills with the fishing pole while the dogs frolicked in the cool water. As the sun began to set on our first camping adventure, we gazed into the flickering fire under the Texas stars and drifted off to a dreamy slumber counting sheep.
Allison Dwayne Q.recommends
April 8, 2024
RV Site 1
Thank you he was a great host. He even gave us a surprise.
Jason M.recommends
February 9, 2024
RV/Tent Site 3
5 Out Of 5 Bleats!
This is the best campsite I have been to, without a doubt. I have camped at Caddo Spring Farms 7 times and already have my next visit booked. It is not only the spectacular site but also the host. Since this is a working farm there is always some action to watch and animals to listen to. There is even one rooster that is very proud of his flock and often spends much of the day bragging about it. The host is often see darting back and forth while doing farm chores. You can really see the care taken and respect he shows has for his land. The campsite is giant and plenty of room and options for multiple tents - perfect for a family or group outing. Make sure you bring a firepit because there are no ground fires allowed. The campsite faces east (at least I face it that way) which overlooks the pond and adjacent meadow with a giant Oak tree in the middle. The sunrises are amazing; you can see the dew turn to low fog, occasional rabbits running across the meadow and even some bird of prey action. The pond, the site's centerpiece, has bass, panfish and catfish. I have personally caught 2 bass and plenty of crappie. I have spent many a relaxing moment by this pond and look forward to many more. The location of this site is ideal for D\FW residents. It is far enough away to feel 'out of town' but close enough that it doesn't feel like a full road trip. This is also a great campsite for start gazing since it does get very, very dark out there.
Kris G.recommends
November 26, 2023
Tent Site 6
Nice Farm
Nice, quiet farm with plenty of animals to see and places to explore. The host was very friendly and even took time to show us around and let us meet all the animals. The description is accurate in that there are no facilities. The host said he has a fire pit you can borrow, if needed.
Rob L.recommends
November 16, 2023
Tent Site 5
Nice, clean campsite. Super friendly landowners. Good fishing in the pond near the campsite. Would definitely come back!
Frankston, Anderson, 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 Christopher P.Joined in December 2022
Response rate: 100%Response time: Within 7 hours
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