Our campsite sits on the bank of our bass tank on our working farm and ranch operation and is very private with amazing dark sky views. Site includes electricity (110V and 30/50amp) 8 gallons of potable water in water totes, and has an outhouse nearby during the spring-fall seasons (winter season is from Mid December-Late March . Catch and release fishing is allowed and wild
Our campsite sits on the bank of our bass tank on our working farm and ranch operation and is very private with amazing dark sky views. Site includes electricity (110V and 30/50amp) 8 gallons of potable water in water totes, and has an outhouse nearby during the spring-fall seasons (winter season is from Mid December-Late March . Catch and release fishing is allowed and wildlife viewing, hiking and birding are great ways to pass your time. Campers can also visit our play areas that include a giant tractor tire mountain, toddler tractor tire mountain, climbing jungle gym and swings.
Lake Abilene and the Abilene state park are nearby as well as the charming town of Buffalo Gap with the Buffalo Gap historic Village and the number 1 ranked best burgers in Texas at Perini's Steak House (reservations encouraged.)
You will be the only campers on this tank so seclusion is guaranteed. We pride ourselves on providing a safe place to camp for all campers.
While you are here check out our extras and experiences.
- 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
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Take advantage of these offers available to add to your trip to Big Star Views at the Bass Tank
Meet the Farm Friends tour
Step into the barnyard and have a meet and greet with our friendly chickens, ...Read more
Start your trip off right with a bundle of firewood waiting for you at your c...Read more
Farm Fresh Eggs
One Dozen Farm Fresh Eggs from our hen house. these can be delivered at check...Read more
10 lb bags of ice are available for purchase and can be delivered at time of ...Read more
The outdoor games bundle includes Connect four and two sets of corn hole boar...Read more
Each Fishing Gear rental comes with two poles, a tackle box stocked with hook...Read more
Pop Up Shade Awning
Shade awning for additional shade, will be in the campsite when you arrive fo...Read more
Fishing Skills Class
Class is $20 per reservation, no additional cost per guest. Class is 1/2 hour...Read more
Rent our beginner level telescope to get a better view of our awesome night s...Read more
Cabit Tent Rental
This 3 room nylon cabin tent sleeps 12 and has three separate doors. Rental i...Read more
We are happy to be able to provide live worms as bait for our guests should t...Read more
Tent Rental - 4 person
Tent rental includes set up and take down of one 4 person nylon tent and rain...Read more
Queen Sized Air Mattress
Rental includes linens (fitted sheet, flat sheet and sleeping bags) set up, c...Read more
Kitchen Chuck Box
Rental of the chuck box gives you everything you need to cook over your campf...Read more
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Lil slice of heaven
What an cool little hidden gem. Had the whole pond to ourselves. Caught some good looking bass. The sunrises and sunsets at camp are amazaing but the skies at night are simply astonishing. Cant wait to go back.
We absolutely loved our stay at Big Star Farm. The RV site is right on the edge of a bass tank and there’s so many frogs and dragonflies. The area is super clean. There’s a few areas to sit around the fire ring, Jim brought us down a telescope (unfortunately it was too cloudy for us to use). They had water ready in case we needed it. The porta poty was clean and there’s a nice large tree for shade around the fire ring and bbq grill.
We signed up for the animal tour and even though it had rained the night before, Samantha and Jim did an impromptu tour and brought the animals to us!
Chip was the little sweet goat and there was a chicken baby and then Jim went and called the cows and they all came running in. We got to feed them by hand and it was so fun.
Highly recommend the stay. Samantha was wonderful with communication and even offered to make a reservation for us at Perini’s so we could try their burger.
Overall a wonderful experience and we will be back!
Beautiful, peaceful place
We had a very pleasant stay at Big Star Views. It was perfect. The place is beautiful, we were all alone, we had a restroom to ourselves and potable water. We had a super nice weather overnight cause there were some storms a few miles away and we got light showers and a beautiful breeze. Not bad for June camping in Texas. We were visited by cows and horses in the morning. If you like primitive camping this place is awesome.
This is a beautiful campsite! Very quiet and peaceful. We have a fairly large fifth wheel and the road is a little narrow and rough going in. It would be ideal for a pop up, a smaller RV, or tent campers. I much prefer this sort of site to the usual crowded RV parks.
Samantha and Jim where great hosts, met Jim at the entrance to the property and Jim showed us around. Campsite was nice and clean, well maintained. Our boys had a great time fishing. Both of our boys enjoyed the opportunity to pet the goats and feed the other farm animals.
We where fortunate to have a clear night no clouds and had a great view of the night sky for star gazing. After breakfast the horses came around to visit and get a drink of water, let us pet them before they went on their way.
Will definitely keep on the list to visit again.
Perfect stop on a cross texas trek
Had RV trouble en route and didn’t arrive until after 9pm. Samantha’s husband was nice enough to meet us at the gate in the dark and escort us back to the campsite which we really appreciated after doing roadside RV repairs and an 8 hour road trip. Site was clean and well maintained and felt private. Our dogs are their fill of cow manure and the kids enjoyed running around the pond. Unfortunately we were there less than 12hrs because it was just a rest stop on our two day trek to NM, but despite being there so briefly we’d definitely come back and stay longer.