In the path of the April 8, 2024 total solar eclipse.
Welcome to our Ranch! We are a homesteading family with space to spare. We currently raise chickens and dairy goats on the farm. We also have neighboring sheep and cows that visit from time to time.
Our ranch is 18 acres and includes a few stock ponds depending on the amount of rain we have received one even has catfish for catch and release. We have tons of wildflowers in the spring and even a few bluebonnets!. At night the clear sky lend to AMAZING stargazing with very little light pollution.
My kids are homeschooled so they are always around to help out or play if you have kids camping with you!
We are an hour drive from Austin, close to Lake Travis and Lake Buchanan.
Actual Camp Spots may vary based on bookings and farm activities. We ensure you will have a spot that is right for you. We reserve the right to move you to any location on our farm at the time of check in
Yes we are on the DIRECT path for the Eclipse. Currently estimated to have 4.5 minutes of totality. At the time of this update (September 2023) We have 10 spots available with standard primitive camping as well as Tent camping without generators. We are discussing amenities at this time and will update the description as amenities are confirmed. The price may change as amenities are added however if you have already booked the price at time of booking will be honored for you.
Lampasas, Burnet, Texas, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Jumanos, Nʉmʉnʉʉ Sookobitʉ (Comanche), Ndé Kónitsąąíí Gokíyaa (Lipan Apache), 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 Ashley K.Joined in April 2023
Response rate: 80%Response time: Within 12 hours
2 ratings · 2 reviews
September 24, 2023
TNCR Tent 2
Very friendly hosts, awesome views, and great proximity to good food and outdoor activities
May 7, 2023
Loved the Taste of Farm Life!
I had a FABULOUS time visiting the ranch! Ashley is an incredibly generous host who offered (but didn't pressure if it's not your thing) to let me observe and take part in goat-milking and learn about life on the farm. She's a natural teacher, and it was a fascinating bonus treat to get to meet and learn about the animals. The property itself is stunning -- I slept in my sleeper van due to thunderstorms and was treated to a fantastic light show. If the stars had been out, they would have been glorious -- the view of the sky is unobstructed. The campsite was on the edge of a large pond with fields all around. Very private and safe. In the morning, there was a flock of sheep prancing through the field. Would definitely recommend and come back!
Ashley was very communicative/responsive via Hipcamp texts, and I had no issue with cell service (T-Mobile).