If you like privacy you'll love our 200 acre haven. Come up the long driveway the spacious view of the open hay field. Camp in the open or tucked away in the trees. You choose the spot as long as it's not in the horse pasture, cow pasture when cows are in, or in the hay field when hay is long before it's cut. Hay field would be off limits roughly late June to Mid July du
If you like privacy you'll love our 200 acre haven. Come up the long driveway the spacious view of the open hay field. Camp in the open or tucked away in the trees. You choose the spot as long as it's not in the horse pasture, cow pasture when cows are in, or in the hay field when hay is long before it's cut. Hay field would be off limits roughly late June to Mid July during optimal growth time and cutting. We are a 20 minute drive from the North Entrance to Itasca State Park and the Headwaters of the Mississippi. Also LaSalle Lake Recreation Area is only about six or seven miles down the road.
- Check in: After 11AM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
It was quiet and a beautiful place to stay. There was fog that came in the morning that was quickly gone by sunrise. There were horses here that were really nice to watch and mostly kept to themselves. It was a really cool place to camp it roughing. It is an ideal place to get away from civilization.
Great, informal spot near bemidji
Wow, this was a particularly cool Hipcamp experience. It took me a few minutes messaging with Terry to understand that these hosts are EXTREMELY flexible and accommodating about where to camp on their property - Pretty much, if you can get there and it's not inside one of the houses or a horse pasture, you can camp there. So, it was actually kind of daunting to commit to a spot. I took a little while to decide, before finally settling behind the huge, beautiful garden near one of the main houses.
There was absolute privacy, total peace and quiet, and a wonderful sunset over the fields.
This is a bring-everything-in, bring-everything-out camping situation. Plan accordingly. There's no porta-pottie even.
I'm hoping they are hosting again next summer; I already have big plans to sleep near the hay barn next summer!
This was my first time using hipcamp and I was so pleased to find this lovely place. Felt very lucky to have spent the evening in an open meadow surrounded by woods. The hay had been mowed so we could have camped anywhere.
Starry sky, horses & good memories
We loved this place. The lack of bathroom and water was nothing compared with the beauty of our memories. The horses, the sunshine and the sunrise, the starry sky, all made a magic adventure. Thank you Terry for providing this remarkable moment!
Peaceful and beautiful.
We had the most wonderful stay! We parked our Solis on the edge of the hayfield next to the trees. It was incredibly quiet and serene. We saw Sandhill cranes and a golden eagle in the evening and in the morning a flock of 17 wild turkeys came quite close to our van. We also saw a half dozen magpies. Such a treat to see all these birds that we seldom see in NE Minnesota.
Terry was great and very nice. Where to set up a tent was a little confusing but Terry said she plans to
put up signs for future campers. The horses were great, the sunset was amazing. Mosquitoes were bad but expected. Would definitely camp here again.