Relax at the campfire adjacent to spring after strolling my private hiking trails. Visit nearby Serpent Mound home of the world's largest surviving Native American effigy mound. Visit Millers Bakery and Furniture at nearby Wheat Ridge Amish community. Walk across county road CR-100 to hunt or explore the 4,254 acres on Tranquility Wildlife Area.
- Check in: After 4PM
- Check out: Before 4PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Tranquility Spring Campground in Ohio.
Places to see near Tranquility Spring Campground
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Relaxing wilderness retreat
We stayed at campsite #2 (toward the back) and it was extremely quiet. It was only a brief stay, but we found it very peaceful and relaxing! And Philip was friendly and responsive to our messages. Thanks again!
Hookups clean and neat. Great communication from host. site description and directions accurate. Site 1 is early seen from road , but very little traffic, so not a distraction.
Philip's place was amazing! Very well maintained and beautiful. We loved hiking the trails. We shot a couple of balls around at the basketball hoop he had set up. What a nice surprise. We didn't see anyone else the few days we were there... and enjoyed the solitude. We came to Ohio to visit The Serpent Mound. Philip's place was only about 10 minutes away. We definitely plan on coming again.
Tranquility says it all!
This was one of our most favorite Hipcamp spots ever! Philip does an amazing job of maintaining his property. There were two sites, both with water and electric. Site #1 does have a very bright light, possibly a street light of some sort that lights up the whole site all night, site #2 is just a few feet away from 1 but the light was not bright there at all. Site 1 is best for tents as it has more flat areas (but closer to the road) Site 2 might be too sloped for tents. There’s plenty of hammock trees though. There were plenty of mowed walking trails to explore and just down over the hill from the campsites was a cute little sitting area with a small natural spring that made a nice relaxing sound. We saw a turkey, some hummingbirds, butterflies, squirrels, a hawk and we heard many songbirds. This area is so peaceful and relaxing and was just what we needed. We wanted to explore more across the street at the wildlife area but unfortunately it was a very hot weekend and we ran out of time. We will be back soon! Thank you Philip!