- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
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Take advantage of these offers available to add to your trip to Site for Stargazers
Canoe and paddle rental
Our 17 foot aluminum canoe with two paddles is available for rent for a day. ...Read more
Farm Roasted Coffee
Fresh, farm roasted, small batch coffee from our friends and neighbors down t...Read more
Chair Massage at your Campsite
Get a relaxing 15 minute chair massage right at your campsite! I am a license...Read more
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
We often bike into town and the rural roads around here are nice to bike on. Just wear a helmet and have lights!
The San Saba River has some good fishing!
Hike around the property or visit one of the nearby state parks, such as Enchanted Rock, South Llano, or Lost Maples.
If you bring a horse, you can ride it.
The river is pretty shallow in a lot of places, but we've paddled a canoe down it. You have to carry over rocks at places. We h...Read more
There's fantastic climbing just over an hour away at Enchanted Rock State Park.
Take a dip in the San Saba River!
Lots of wildlife. Deer, coyotes, bobcats, birds, bats, snakes, ringtails, armadillos and more.
Natural features you'll find at Site for Stargazers in Texas.
River, stream, or creek
The San Saba is the southern border of our property.
Small swimming hole in the San Saba River.
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Thanksgiving at stargazers.
What a great property for tent camping. We went over Thanksgiving and it was so peaceful and quiet with beauty all around. Had an excellent time on a canoe trip down the San Saba river, felt like we were in the 1800's, just us and nature. We tried the neighbor's farm grown coffee and wish we had bought more, just delicious. Logan is great, very warm and peaceful experience all around. We will be back to try the other spots, there are four sites available and we were at Stargazers, which had the added quaint (to us) bonus of a rooster crowing in the start of a new day -- we loved it!
Best camping experience!
We loved tent camping on Logan's stunning acreage and we definitely plan to return. Our favorite aspects of the experience: river access; canoe for rental; goats, chickens, turkeys, horses, & super sweet pups; fire pit and wood onsite for purchase; only 4 camping sites and each site is spread out for privacy; good area for stargazing (plus the moon put on a beautiful show); inexpensive; easy drive getting there and once at the site, the directions to the land were clear; remote, relaxing, peaceful, and rejuvenating experience; safe and welcoming to LGBTQ & BIPOC campers; and kind and generous hosts. We give our experience 11 stars out of 10, in the spirit of Spinal Tap.
Great astronomy campsite!
This place is great! This is my second time staying here. The hosts are very nice and helpful. This place has some of the darkest skies I’ve ever seen and as an astrophotographer, that is a must have for camping. I plan on coming back soon!
Had a great stay at this camping spot. ALL of the camping spots (I walked around) look spectacular; some are closer to the river. Speaking of the river, what magnificence! Was my first stop upon entering. There were baby goats and chickens on the property - goats were adorable. Logan was really kind and welcoming as well. Would highly recommend
Camping under the stars
Logan’s spot is great. It’s the perfect for a night under the stars with a telescope. Beyond that, Logan is great. They let me hold a baby goat which was an added bonus! If it wasn’t for the 102deg heat, I’d have gladly stayed another night
Good for the soul
I greatly enjoyed my time camping at Low Gear Farmstead. Logan is an exceptional host, very accommodating. I was able to relax and connect with nature during my time. I will definitely stay again and recommend Logan’s land to everyone.