Several sites available on an organic blueberry farm near Oberlin College and Lake Erie. Blueberries are ripe in July. Site #3 is down by the Chance Creek, about 1/2 mile from the driveway. Very peaceful down there - a walk-in site. Site #1 site is about 100 yards from the driveway, site 1 also has access to a small shed that sleeps two adults and one child. Site #2 overlo
Several sites available on an organic blueberry farm near Oberlin College and Lake Erie. Blueberries are ripe in July. Site #3 is down by the Chance Creek, about 1/2 mile from the driveway. Very peaceful down there - a walk-in site. Site #1 site is about 100 yards from the driveway, site 1 also has access to a small shed that sleeps two adults and one child. Site #2 overlooks the creek and is down a smal hill from the shed. All sites are woodsy and away from neighbors, roads and houses, however the interstate is not far. When the wind blows from the north you can barely hear it, but when a south wind blows and there is rain on the interstate, it can be pretty loud. Just got a "luggable-loo" if you need it, have liners, too.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 73%
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Great time at bo's blueberry farm!
I stayed at Bo's place in early fall. The property includes a blueberry farm and a large forest by a creek to camp in. We enjoyed hiking alongside the creek on the property. The forest and creek are very scenic, a great spot for pitching a tent.
Bo was an excellent and hospitable host. He told us about a great nearby (less than 2 minute drive) river for swimming which we also visited. He also provided us with a cooler of fresh water and ample firewood. I hope to visit again, and will send some friends his way!
The host was quick to respond to any questions.
Accurate clear directions.
It turns out to be exactly 1/2 way between my house and my son in Chicago - right down to the minute according to Google maps. I stayed in October. I hope that I can return when blueberries are available. But in the fall apple orchards and pumpkin patches are near by. And when I was driving back to the highway I passed a small market/deli. Although I did not stop, it looked like a convenient place to grab supplies or a sandwich and they open up early.
I stayed at site 1 which is a short 300 foot walk on a level mowed grassy area leading to the woods. Perfect because I recently had knee surgery and still have trouble with hills if I’m carrying gear. There is a small shed at site 1 allowing the option to sleep in the shed or store gear. Since I hadn’t used my new tent in the rain yet, this provided a measure of reassurance in case it leaked. I did walk down to view site 2 - it’s a little farther but down a steep hill ( with new-appearing steps, so it shouldn’t be too slippery. And there is a rope hand rail.)
Everything was clean. Although site 2 was vacant, social distancing would be easy even if both sites were occupied. I appreciated the “luggy loo” portable toilet provided by the hosts. I was treated to a screech owl at about midnight.
There is a quiet wooded park at the end of Peasley road, less than a half mile walk. I like to geocache and found one of the 3 caches in the park. I skipped the other two which required a longer walk, one down a steep hill, and it was getting dark.
There was some highway noise but this was clearly stated in the host’s description. I did not find it burdensome and I appreciated that the location was a short drive from the highway since I was staying just one night while traveling.
The host has two friendly dogs and they were either on leash or in their spacious dog run at all times. I love dogs and appreciated that they were under control, since my knee injury had been caused by a friendly but out of control Labrador retriever that slammed into my knee while running loose.
The benches at site 1 were just the right height for someone with a bum knee. Not so high that your feet dangle and not so low that it’s hard to get back up.
Great place to camp
Our entire party absolutely loved our stay at Blueberry Farm. We stayed up by the farm on the edge of the woods but had the option to stay in the woods or down the ravine by the creek. The host was very informative and gave great, detailed instructions. He left us with an ax if we needed to chop wood but there was ample wood left at the site and around the farm/woods.
Can't wait to stay down by the creek next time! Highly recommend for anyone looking to get away from civilization for a weekend!
Amazing sites and hospitable host!!
Bo was incredibly hospitable and friendly! He welcomed us to his land and showed us the sites we could stay at. There are 3 options. His sites were absolutely stunning and well kept. He and his son created stairs down to the creek as well as all of the log seating. It shows that he cares about his land and the hipcampers staying there. He allowed us to use his wood for fires, his 'luggable loo', and he also put out water for us. Such a kind host. The stay was absolutely phenomenal. We chose site 3, in the middle of the woods, across the creek. It was incredibly private; it felt like we were alone in the woods. Such a cool camping experience. But he also has more accessible sites, closer to where the cars are parked!!! Definitely recommend this site for everyone! Bo was great and the stay was wonderful!!
A good friend of mine and I were looking for a quiet spot for a quick two night stay, and this campsite was perfect. It was easy to get to, and due to the topography of Bo's land, it was quiet, private, and relaxing. We camped in the third site, on the other side of the creek from Bo's home. It was beautiful, and Bo was responsive and helpful throughout our stay.