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**  New for 2022 - On-demand, off-grid HOT SHOWER and Washing Station **

Located in the Pennsylvania Wilds in Northwest PA (approximately 2 hours south from either Erie, PA or Buffalo, NY, 3 hours north of Pittsburgh, PA and just west of Potter County, PA) along the infamous Route 6, your campsite is located on a 1853 farm with 96+ acres and access to hundreds of squar

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**  New for 2022 - On-demand, off-grid HOT SHOWER and Washing Station **

Located in the Pennsylvania Wilds in Northwest PA (approximately 2 hours south from either Erie, PA or Buffalo, NY, 3 hours north of Pittsburgh, PA and just west of Potter County, PA) along the infamous Route 6, your campsite is located on a 1853 farm with 96+ acres and access to hundreds of square acres of trails for both hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding right off the farm.   Pitch your tent or park your RV on a large open back pasture, surrounded by mature trees and undergrowth - perfect for a mulit-family getaways and private camping.  Nightfall brings the wonder of the night sky right to your campsite!

Close to the Kinzua Bridge Skywalk with breathtaking views and beautiful year-round hiking, the Kinzua Dam for boating and other water activities with additional  outdoor activities at the nearby Allegheny National Forest and it's trail system will insure that you will have plenty to do during your stay!   We are 30 minutes from Bradford, PA, home of the Zippo/Case Museum, Penn-Brad Museum and great local eateries.  Other places of interest are Rock City Park in Olean NY, Eldred's WWII museum, the Lumber Museum and a day trip to the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon.

Hidden gems of small town Americana are Smethport, Coudersport, Wellsboro, Kane PA as well as Olean, NY and are all filled with quaint shops, antiques, auctions, diners and Queen Anne homes filled with history.  These towns boast various festivals all year long for your enjoyment as well. Through these towns, US Route 6 attracts every motorist, from motorcyclists to campers to family minivans with plenty to do and see as well as an interesting drive for all.

Triple Dream Farm is an active rescue horse farm with horses, goats, chickens, dogs and cats currently calling the Farm home. Our family welcomes you to the Pennsylvania Wilds! and are here to make your stay with us a wonderful experience!

* Although you will not hear traffic, horns or sirens, please remember that nature can be loud during the night (crickets, frogs, sometimes coyote in the distance or even our sometimes resident Screech Owl) as well as our roosters or horses calling to each other in the mornings on the farm - remember that this is a working family farm, so come and delve into rural life in the mountains of the Twin Tiers!

Campsite area
Tent or RV site
1 site
Up to 14 guests per site
Up to 4 vehicles
2WD Accessible
No wheelchair access
RV Information
Travel trailers, Fifth wheels, Toy haulers, Pop-up campers, Class A RVs, Class B RVs, Class C RVs, Campervans, and Cars allowed
Vehicles under 35 feet allowed
Pull-in site
Accommodates slideouts
Surface type: grass-or-field
Surface levelness: flat
Water hookup available
Generators allowed
Hookups: No electricity, sewage, or TV connection
Essentials
Campfires allowed
Toilet available
Pets allowed
Amenities
Potable water available
Kitchen available
Showers available
Picnic table available
Bins available
No wifi
Have a question? Send MARIE a message!
  • Check in: After 3PM
  • Check out: Before 12PM
  • Cancellation policy: Strict
  • On arrival: Go straight to camp
  • Minimum nights: 1 night
  • Accepts bookings: 12 months out
  • Weeknight discount: 5% off

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Farm Animal Interaction & Tour

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Activities

Offered on the Host's property or nearby.

Biking

Hundreds of square acres accessed on the farm will provide hours of trail/mountain biking.

Boating

We have a small boat with paddles available for some fun on our small pond - no life vests as the deepest part is only 6 - 7 fe...Read more

Fishing

Be sure to have your PA Fishing License as there a plenty of "honey holes" in the immediate area!

Hiking

Hundreds of square acres are accessed right on the farm for hours of hiking trails.

Horseback riding

Lessons for beginners are available, or bring your own horse(s) for trails right off our property.

Paddling

Kayaking can be enjoyed locally on Potato Creek or on many waterways in the area - or, for beginners - right on our own farm pond.

Off-roading (OHV)

Approximately 15 miles from the farm Majestic Trails in Rew, PA offers off road ATV, UTV, snowmobile and dirt bike trails year-...Read more

Snow sports

Approximately 15 miles from the farm Majestic Trails in Rew, PA offers off road ATV, UTV, snowmobile and dirt bike trails year-...Read more

Swimming

Cooling off in the running stream that cuts through our property is a welcome relieve on hot days - however, if we've had littl...Read more

Wildlife watching

Our forest and farm pond is a natural habitat for a wide variety of birds as well as a small group of deer and turkey. Current...Read more

Terrain

Natural features you'll find at Pasture Campsite in Pennsylvania.

Forest

Our farm has approximately 40 acres of open horse pasture & hay fields. The remaining acreage and the surrounding area is moun...Read more

Swimming hole

There is a farm pond available for swimming, basic kayaking and beginner boating with a small row boat available at the dock.

Farm

We do have chickens, horses, goats, dogs and farm cats.

Driveway

Stone right-of-way to your campsite.

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Hipcamper Charleston
Charleston B.
recommends this listing.
August 14th, 2022

Marie’s campsite is absolutely wonderful! Marie is such a lovely, thoughtful, and warm host. She is very helpful to suggest active events and local areas to explore. Her farm is also a lovely bonus! I would highly recommend visiting here, and would love to again myself!

Hipcamper Caroline
Caroline F.
recommends this listing.
August 7th, 2022

Can’t say enough about Pasture Campground on this working, horse rescue farm. We loved our campsite kingdom here! Marie is an absolute gem…kind, so welcoming, super efficient and accommodating. The campsite is a large very private back pasture behind the working farm area. It’s surrounded by trees, a small brook and site is equipped with an open roof solar power hot water shower room (plenty of hot water!), a washing station, a fire ring with a super cool hanging grill over fire, fire wood, chairs, picnic table, welcome box with information about the campsite and area, a very clean port-o-pot, and a hammock. We loved hiking, stargazing, taking photos of nature, their farm and animals, and just plain relaxing in this beautiful place. The site was also perfect for our dog. We hope to come back with our grandchildren who would absolutely love this farm. Highly recommend Pasture Campground! Thank you for a great stay!

Hipcamper Shawn
Shawn F.
recommends this listing.
August 2nd, 2022

Beautiful camping area behind a working farm with Horses, Chickens, and other animals.

Marie set up fantastic accomodations with a restroom, sink, and even a hot shower! Hammock out back, fire pit, wood, what more can you ask for?

Very quiet and dark at night for enjoying the stars. Within an hour of lots of hiking at Allegheny.

Highly recommend!

Hipcamper Adam
Adam S.
recommends this listing.
July 31st, 2022

The other reviewers aren’t lying. Couldn’t ask for anything more!

Hipcamper Kris

Stadium view, 3 tent levels, gf

Kris S.
recommends this listing.
July 29th, 2022

We started by ignoring Marie's directions (clear, but my navigator enjoys optimizing ALL directions) and took the gravel road over the hill she recommends to avoid. Having lived on a dirt road so bad we sometimes had to hoof it about 200 m up a hill, I didn't think the road was bad at all. Your mileage will vary based on experience. Don't use that road with any sports car. Any 4/AWD veh is fine, our loaded front-wheel drive minivan had no issues (+ a teen driver!)

Site is very large on a sloped pasture with a large level landing at the bottom, room for 8 cars. Besides the bottom of the hill, there are 3 level tent spots on the "stadium hill." One fairly close to the cars, one under the tree, and one past the hammock on top of the hill. The top two would be a pretty long stumble in the dark down to the shower/PortaPot.

Fire Ring is very nice w chairs and dry wood provided + binder of area & site info. Fire ring has cool hanging grill! We used it to pre-warm a log in spotty rain. Good view of hills on far side of the valley obscured from pond, farmhouse and outbuildings, but rooster can be clearly heard. Shower was a REAL TREAT. HOT water, plenty of it, under open sky. Fantastic! There is structure for a roof, but hopefully they don't put one up, open sky is much better. I adjusted the latch to hold. Wildflowers and a toad! Breakfast: fresh eggs, bacon, muffins (non-GF) fruit, coffee. GF needs kindly accommodated!

Hipcamper Robert

Great place to camp for star gazing

Robert D.
recommends this listing.
July 12th, 2022

Absolutely one of the best places we’ve camped and we camp all year. Marie was amazingly accommodating. The site was beautiful. The shower was hot. View was great. Tons of hiking right in the area. Secluded. Definitely could accommodate a dozen people. There was even a mowed path to walk. We’ll be back.

Hipcamper Heather

Perfect camp

Heather G.
recommends this listing.
July 9th, 2022

Definitely in my top favorite camps. The scenery is beautiful and campsite is private. Marie is a great host and takes pride in her property and animals. Highlight amenities are the camp shower, the breakfast delivered, the rowboat on the pond, and not the least a mountain trail to a nice overlook. It really is a perfect spot.

Hipcamper Halley
Halley F.
recommends this listing.
July 4th, 2022

This host was very helpful and available to us throughout our stay. She was accommodating and responded quickly to messages. The campsite itself was amazing and the animals were very sweet. I would definite recommend this farm for a weekend away.

Hipcamper Mary

Privacy & hospitality

Mary M.
recommends this listing.
July 1st, 2022

We arrived late…really late and we’re greeted with a smile and a crackling campfire already rip roaring so instead of rolling in, setting up, and passing out, we got to roll in, set up, and sit back and stargaze. Which really set the tone for our stay.

The large field was private, and enclosed enough for both of our pups to spend three days off leash which is huge for us. The shower, sink and portopotty were well placed, clean, and convenient.

The hike from camp was really beautiful along the creek and the farm was just close enough that our three year old could wander down to see the horses and chickens to burn off some energy after dinner.

This was a truly relaxing place to hang. While we are normally hell bent on adventuring hard when we travel, we found ourselves really enjoying just watching our kid run around, read books, pick wildflowers, and play in the tent. We did take a day to check out Kinzua bridge. very kid and dog friendly. Definitely worth the day.

Marie (and Cody) were very attentive hosts. We’d highly recommend staying with them if you are headed up their way.

*Definitely read the welcome book… we didn’t until the last day they offer a lot more on the property than we realized like a boat on a pond.
**Definitely order breakfast at least for your last day and get some farm fresh eggs to go! Marie might even let your kiddo pick them from the chicken coop. *phone service was nil but that was also part of the fun.

Pasture Campsite

Awards

Best of 2022 Pennsylvania
3rd place
Property
Triple Dream Farm
State
Pennsylvania
Country
United States
$45/night
1 Site

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