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Sleep Under the Pecan Trees

· Commerce, Hunt, Texas
100 acres hosted by Rick P.
15 RV/tent sites
Recent Hipcampers say this Hipcamp is great for families and kids.
Private sites
100% of recent Hipcampers say the sites felt private.
Rick is a Star Host
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Nomadic camping
Best for self-contained campers. There are no toilets, showers, or potable water at this Hipcamp.
Explore the 100 acre property that has 15 designated camp sights.... The closest two are about 100 yards apart. All the sights are near trees. Some Giant evergreens but most are near one of the 200 year old Pecan trees. Creeks meander through the woods and all meet on the South side of the property. 9 Horses, 20 donkeys and the friendliest mule ever! They Dot the property. Also deer, recoon, squirrel and an occasional armadillo may visit. A Great stocked pond and 3 other ponds make for beautiful fishing and photos etc.
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100 ratings · 90 reviews
Michael M.recommends
July 6, 2024
Sleep Under the Pecan Trees
Goto Getaway
After weeks of business travel, this location is one of my go to places step away from it all and enjoy the outdoors and reset.
Michael M.recommends
May 19, 2024
Sleep Under the Pecan Trees
Open and Private
As one of my favorite HipCamp locations, this location has spots that caters to the type of camping you are looking for. I’ve done smaller enclosed spots at this location but always enjoy the wide open areas that remain private.
Kristen T.recommends
April 13, 2024
Eden #2
Heaven on earth!
This was such an amazing experience! Rick, the host, greeted every camper that came in and welcomed us with the most thought-out, full-color guides to the property I’ve ever seen. 2 sheets had all the info you’d need for exploring, emergency procedures, and contact info. The other was a beautiful picture guide for the horses/donkeys/mule (Willie the Mule is always a big hit—total social butterfly!) with their names so you could call/talk to them by name. They make a trek across the property following the sun, slowly grazing their way thru so they’ll pass by campsites at least a couple times during the day.Total sweethearts! The sites are quite spaced out—easy decision to forego crowded state campgrounds. Plus, traveling 99% of the time with my [well behaved] furry companion, it was fantastic to wander around the grounds with him following the many donkey paths through the forested areas back and forth over the water. Gave him lots to smell and explore alongside me. Thought I’d leave at some point to explore the town, but there was plenty to keep us occupied on those 100 acres. Here’s the best part: YOU DON’T HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT TICKS/CHIGGERS. I mean, wow. The sulphur in the river a couple miles away makes the land inhospitable to them! Verified! Rick makes himself accessible to anyone if they need anything, and is a hoot to talk with if you get the opportunity. We went for the eclipse (PERFECT property for viewing!), but we’ll go back for the sheer beauty and peace.
Mark C.recommends
April 11, 2024
Sleep Under the Pecan Trees
Beautiful property, campers are spread out, horses and donkeys roam the property. Rick is a great host!
Marya B.recommends
April 11, 2024
Sleep Under the Pecan Trees
My husband, brother, housemate, and almost two-year-old had a lovely time staying here in a rented travel trailer. We woke up to horses grazing just outside our window! The land is gorgeous, we wandered around trying to befriend donkeys (which didn’t work haha, we had more luck with the horses), and Rick was an organized and responsive host. I would definitely stay again if I’m in the area!
Alicia P.recommends
April 11, 2024
Sleep Under the Pecan Trees
Rick was a warm and welcoming host. The space was large and great for my me, my husband, and our dog. There was lots of room to run around and although there were other campers, we still felt like we had enough space and privacy. The land is beautiful and it was fun to see the donkeys and horses. They did well keeping their distance from us and our dog and it seems like they are very used to visitors, both human and canine alike. Would recommend.
Commerce, Hunt, Texas, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Wichita, Caddo, Kiikaapoi (Kickapoo), and Tawakoni First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Rick P.Joined in November 2020
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