Name says it all I have a few acres bordering a creek. I keep the field maintained I have a few acres up the hill with some trails you could hike, fairly rough and steep. If this picks up I’ll add electric and bathroom access
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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Exactly as described- great stay!!!
Overall, our stay was exactly as the description provided. Open field, quiet “country” area close to the big city. We had the field to ourselves for our stay, so it perfect for us and our dogs to be able to run & play. If you need a boon-docking/ dry camp place close to St Louis area, this place is perfect!! Host is very relaxed and friendly. He even was able to provide us some water for our tank so we could extend our stay- he went out of his way to do that & he really didn’t have to. Generally quiet area. Mostly private as well- couple houses across the road, but distance enough that it feels secluded. We lucked out that the ground wasn’t too wet when we arrived, but I could imagine some RVs having problems in open grass areas with mud and traction problems, just something to be aware of. Also, the chip gravel road coming in directly to the property is a bit narrow and bumpy- we managed with our 36’ fifth wheel, but again, something to be aware of. Some reviews mention “trash” and “trashy”…. so I was mildly worried before arriving…. But I wouldn’t describe it that way at all!! There are a couple storage containers on the edge of the property for the owners storage (no accumulation of trash around them); and there’s an old truck on the back of the property with some spare car parts & tools etc that the owner stores there (again, pieces and parts, but not trash by any means); and there’s a big brush pile of leaves, branches, wood, etc being accumulated in the middle of the field for a burn pile (not trash, just burnable things)— I would describe this as a field being partially used in the country, but definitely not trashy.