The sites overlook the beautiful Canadian River breaks to the north with wide open skies to the west and east to enjoy the sunrises and sunsets. These are rustic sites with no improvements. We are just getting started with this so you’ll be able to help us from the ground up. If we are not in a burn ban you’re welcome to have a campfire. There will be opportunities to call u
The sites overlook the beautiful Canadian River breaks to the north with wide open skies to the west and east to enjoy the sunrises and sunsets. These are rustic sites with no improvements. We are just getting started with this so you’ll be able to help us from the ground up. If we are not in a burn ban you’re welcome to have a campfire. There will be opportunities to call up a wild coyote or watch some mule deer or an occasional antelope stroll by. You could even be awakened by the horses on their way to water in the morning and we can set up some horse riding if we have enough notice to schedule time off from the 9-5 haha. Can’t wait to see you on the prairie!
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
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Horseback riding when available
When we’re available, we can do some horse riding.
If you need a camp stove bottle or propane bottle I have some.
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Coyote Breaks Farm in Texas.
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A little slice of heaven
The camping is bare bones. You’re given a whole field to choose where you’d like to camp, there’s super cute horses as your neighbors and bunk mates. The spot is secluded, in an expansive field and far enough away from the interstate that you can barely hear it. Without wind it’s a prime spot. And since this area of Texas doesn’t get much rain it’s perfect for cowboy camping. It also makes for a great place that’s close to Amarillo.
It was just what we needed - a place to pull off the freeway to sleep for the night. If I went again, I would bring a pop-up for privacy, whether we are using a cathole for using the bathroom or a camp toilet.
Wind farm camping!
Close to the highway and easy to find, but at the same time remote and quiet. Loved camping on a wind farm and watching the turbines. Woke up with cows outside my windows on one side and horses on the other. The farm dog was darling - I loved hanging out with him after dinner
Safe, quiet, convenient, lovely.
We stay here almost every time we drive across the country ! Beautiful open field , windmills (that our toddler loves), friendly dog who guides you to the right spot - great communication. Not far off the highway but very quiet and relaxing. Perfect !