Our campsite is part of a land restoration project of One Earth Collaborative, LLC. This organization consists of artists, naturalists, musicians, and land stewards who are passionate about restoring our Earth to it's full healing. The property is 12 acres that stretches from the remains of an old bridge to the Oregonia Road bridge. There is a field with an organic garden, s
Our campsite is part of a land restoration project of One Earth Collaborative, LLC. This organization consists of artists, naturalists, musicians, and land stewards who are passionate about restoring our Earth to it's full healing. The property is 12 acres that stretches from the remains of an old bridge to the Oregonia Road bridge. There is a field with an organic garden, sunflowers growing and towards the river there are giant sycamores, cottonwoods and more. You may choose to pull your car into one of the field spots or park and walk into the garden forest and camp riverside.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 20% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at One Earth Collaborative Sanctuary in Ohio.
Places to see near One Earth Collaborative Sanctuary
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Best of both worlds!
I cannot say enough good things about Lindsey and One Earth Collabrotive!
Lindsey, was responsive and so welcoming! Everyone we met on the property made sure to check in with us to be sure we had everything we needed.
I had both of my small children, and was able to let them run and play freely with no worries.
You get the best of both worlds with this place. If you have kids and prefer not to camp too close to the river, there are spots perfectly cut out. If you’re looking for a more primitive experience, a short walk through the woods gives you plenty of great places right on the river.
The sense of community and kindness radiates from this spot. AAAAnd it is right on the little Miami bike trail with tons of options for outdoor activists and some really great food, drinks and music at the Little River bar and grill just across from camp.
There is so much awesome packed into this place. I will absolutely be back…. I really didn’t ever want to leave ❤️
Cute, clean, fun spot
Clean, well cared grounds. Spots were segregated enough where you could feel secluded. The site I stayed at had a walk in spot with fire pit right by the river. Clean outhouse. Very friendly land owners who were camping on the property as well.
It is across from a bar that plays music- I thought it was pretty nice, actually. Not too loud that if you wanted to play your own music you couldnt- but it was fun music that added a nice background until about 9 or 10 pm and then it was just the sounds of the river.
Everyone we met on the land was so nice. The river flooded so we camped in the field. It was a lovely stay. We heard owls at night and birds all morning. The sound of the river was peaceful. We will be back!
I'd visit One Earth Collaborative Sanctuary again. I had a good weekend with my two dogs. We camped right on the river with a great view & breeze. It would have been nice to have had a table. The outhouse was unusable due to someone shoving garbage in the toilet. 😠😕 overall, I will recommend to others.
My friend and I found this place last minute and were able to book same day, the directions were very clear and there is a lot of land to choose from to set up camp. The river near by is also very relaxing and Lindsey was very kind and gave great recommendations for nearby hiking trails and sight seeing! Great place to tent camp!