The farm has been in the family for over 100 years. We're sharing natures beauty with anyone who is interested. Including the only natural rock swimming hole formation with waterfall in the region. And over 100 acres for walking and biking. A creek winds through the 100 acres to the swimming hole. The types of wildlife include deer and fawns, hoot owls, turkey troupe
The farm has been in the family for over 100 years. We're sharing natures beauty with anyone who is interested. Including the only natural rock swimming hole formation with waterfall in the region. And over 100 acres for walking and biking. A creek winds through the 100 acres to the swimming hole. The types of wildlife include deer and fawns, hoot owls, turkey troupes, howling coyotes, soaring eagles and hawks among many others.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 2PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 18 months out Weeknight discount: 25% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Bikes available for rent.
BYOH: Bring your own horse.
Natural rock formation as well as creek. See pics.
Turkey, coyotes, eagles, hoot owls and various other birds, deer, squirrels, raccoons, possum, crawdads and fish in creek, and ...Read more
Natural features you'll find at In The Woods Camping in Oklahoma.
Flatland and hillside
Natural rock formation and smaller pools in creek.
Natural during rainy season and man made during dry season.
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Great host and a cozy location!
Peace and quiet! Ken has cattle on the property and even they didn't bother us. Ken showed us to the campground, we talked a little bit, and then we were totally alone for the whole night. There was plenty of firewood around to collect and make fire with. Ken let us set up anywhere and even said we could build a fire ring. The nicest host anyone could ask for. He kept telling us "don't hesitate to message me if you need anything." I can't wait to come back in the summer and go swimming in the swimming hole.
Starry night in the pasture
Lovely property with cows and horses. Horses came to visit! Ken has 4 or 5 campsites, far apart. We set up our van in the pretty pasture at the edge of the fencing, right up against the shade of the wooded area. Ken said tent campers often go beyond the fence under the trees, into the picturesque woods. Our site was grassy, which is really nice compared to usual dirt/gravel. Very secluded (we only saw one other human and dog way far off across the pasture) and that’s what we were after! Only about 45 minutes from Tulsa, and just a tiny bit tricky to find. Look for an old white Weekender RV by a cool rusty iron gate with a turnstile.
Better than most hotels!
Ken was extremely helpful and nice. Even though we made some silly camping mistakes like forgetting to bring something or not knowing how to do something, he paused what he was doing and drove a mile out to help us out. He also has some great ideas for the property that I can wait to check out next time I'm in town. 10/10 host!
The site for tent set up was mostly flat, with a fire pit in center. Large wooded area circled the site increasing privacy, and campy feel. Would tell anyone looking for a little civilization get away to bring their friends for the weekend.