Quiet, private place with views of the Crazy mountains and the Absaroka mountains south of Livingston that caters to overnight people camping with their horses. We are allowing people to stay without horses. There is plenty of room for larger rigs. Electricity may be available for an extra charge of $20 depending on availability and the area you chose to camp in. We are 2
Quiet, private place with views of the Crazy mountains and the Absaroka mountains south of Livingston that caters to overnight people camping with their horses. We are allowing people to stay without horses. There is plenty of room for larger rigs. Electricity may be available for an extra charge of $20 depending on availability and the area you chose to camp in. We are 2 miles exactly from the interstate south of Livingston and 50 miles from Yellowstone Park. There is a bathroom with a sink and toilet with hot water for usage by guests. We have a playground open for use by our guests. Our place is close to shopping, restaurants, and fuel stations. We are also less than a half mile from the Yellowstone River. Horses can be boarded for $25 a night per horse.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Super Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
- Response time: Within an hour
- Response rate: 100%
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Pretty spot. Little contact with humans, but the chickens and horses were close by, and deer came and went at dusk and dawn. No shade and no frills, but we had what we needed for our brief stay. It worked out well.
My husband and I had a wonderful stay at this Hipcamp! It’s a beautiful, serene setting with majestic mountains, friendly horses, and clucking chickens to observe. It does get windy as there is a lack of trees in the area but we had no issues with it. Highly recommended!
Scenic, peaceful, ranch camping
We were passing through the area and reserved Aneta's place at the last minute. We were unsure of where to turn off the highway, but she answered our call quickly and told us how to go. (The "driveway" to the left which says "private," "residents only" or something like that IS the road to take. It looks like it just goes to one farm, but there are multiple residences down that way.) As we drove past alfalfa fields on both sides of the road, we saw probably the most deer we've ever seen in one place!
We pitched our tent next to the picnic table at the "red barn corner," and the ground was really soft and easy to drive the tent stakes in. Of course, it would start raining just as soon as our tent was up. The rain clouds made for a dramatic background for an already scenic view at the farm. We also had a nice view of some grazing horses, which was comforting as we used to work on a horse farm.
Aneta came by to check on us and offered us the use of the bathroom and trash can in a different barn a bit further away. Although we travel with our "bathroom" tent, it was much appreciated. We walked there by flashlight, others might choose to drive.
It was a quiet and restful night's sleep, and we left around dawn, about the time their farm and others started coming to life. We enjoyed our short stay there and would love to return next time we're in Montana.
This site was exactly what we were looking for - a safe, quiet, level spot to camp in our teardrop trailer that also had restroom access. The directions were clear, and Google maps took us right to the entry of the ranch. We were a bit unsure where to go at first once on the property, as we arrived after sunset and it was quite dark given all the cloud cover. However we had been texting our host to let them know our approximate arrival, and Ricky came down to meet us very quickly to help get us oriented. All good!!
Home on the range near livingston
This was our first Hipcamp experience and it did not disappoint. Aneta greeted us when we arrived and even gave us a dozen eggs from her chickens. Our campsite was in an open area near her barn with views across the valley. We saw a number of deer in the area. A plus was the proximity to Livingston without sacrificing peace and quiet.
We loved staying at Aneta's farm, the spots to park in gave you plenty of options on which direction to face and the views were stunning. We enjoyed seeing all the animals, horses, hares, deer, chickens, Dolly the Corgi.
Communication was a breeze and everyone was super friendly and helpful.
Would love to stay again if we are back in the area.