One room AIR CONDITIONED rustic cabin with outdoor bucket potty. Room for camping. Cabin is next to homesite but still private. Many animals and dark night skys. Pedernales Falls state park a 10 min drive. Property near many vineyards and Texas wine trails. 10 minutes to Johnson City, home of LBJ museum and boyhood home.If hearing dogs bark or a rooster crow or coyote
One room AIR CONDITIONED rustic cabin with outdoor bucket potty. Room for camping. Cabin is next to homesite but still private. Many animals and dark night skys. Pedernales Falls state park a 10 min drive. Property near many vineyards and Texas wine trails. 10 minutes to Johnson City, home of LBJ museum and boyhood home.If hearing dogs bark or a rooster crow or coyotes howling.. this spot isn’t for you.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 89%
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Deer, seclusion and peace.
Always out favorite place to stay. So secluded and quiet. Beautiful stars at night. Air conditioning, power and running water make this an amazing luxury but rustic feel.
I recommend Jens place highly.
In Johnson city the people are amazingly friendly as well but the only good place to eat is the burger place but that is also a welcome treat.
Jen is an amazing host and the entire experience allows you to really separate as much as you would like with Johnson City being only ten minutes away.
Great place to relax
The bed was super comfy. We enjoyed the peace away from the main road and access to the area we had planned to be in. We haven't tried our eggs yet, but are looking forward to cooking them. Jennifer was very responsive and helpful. We were only there one night but loved our stay and accomodations. Unfortunately there is a fire ban so we could not enjoy a fire and smores.
Michiganders in texas
This was such a beautiful place to live for a day. We explored the land, said hi to Jen, such a down to earth and beautiful person, and stared at the stars for hours. Everything we needed was there for a comfortable stay. I hope to come back again, it’d feel like home.
Peace and quiet and stars!
What a perfect get-away! I wanted a place that was barely one step above tent camping, and the cabin at Jen's Camp is so cozy and perfect. Just enough electricity for the basic creature comforts, clean running water, and I'm fine using my own "Luggable Loo" bucket in lieu of a flush toilet. (A similar bucket is provided if you don't have your own.) Well-mown paths to wander, no traffic noise, gorgeous night sky with no light pollution. While I wasn't able to have a campfire (Respect the burn bans, y'all! For real!) I was able to enjoy the bright moon and stars! Was visited by chickens, deer, cats, and one friendly hummingbird who zoomed inside to say hello. :-)
Lovely rustic cabin
We had a great weekend at Jen's cabin enjoying the wildlife - deer, foxes, chickens, and cats - as well as the trails and nearby river. Jen is just a short drive from the activities of the state park as well as from the shops and restaurants of Johnson City. Jen has been there for 20 years and had lots to say about living there. We are happy to recommend this hidden gem.
We had such a wonderful time here. Jennifer has a fantastic hidden gem in this cabin near Pedernales Falls. It was so nice to have a quiet, peaceful getaway that felt unique and charming, instead of doing the typical state park campsites. Highly recommend if you're in the area!
We enjoyed our stay at Jen's Camp completely. The cabin was cozy, warm and comfy. Easy access to everything the Hill Country has to offer. Be sure to visit the Texas Hill Country Olive Company just down the road, definitely a hidden gem.