If there are more dedicated hosts somewhere, I would be very surprised! R & A have poured themselves into this beautiful property and we loved every second of our stay. We soaked in the beauty, played in the creek, hiked in the canyon, encountered wildlife....but we were also moments from the modern world by car. Just awesome!
Taking into consideration that we arrived at Gypsy and Candy around 10pm, we had quite a time finding this little site! I do think campers should know that it is a very small site, and right on the (rural) road, with neighbors nearby. It served our purposes of needing a place to stop for one night very well, and there is a picnic table and bin, as advertised. We also enjoyed a gorgeous sunrise, and felt very safe in this spot.
Detailed directions and clearly-marked property were essential for us at this site, because we arrived LATE. But getting in and setting up were a breeze, and in the morning we found this pretty site to be just as advertised!
Our only regret about staying at the organic farm was that we couldn't stay longer! Absolutely beautiful views, wonderfully curated site, and we had a fantastic time touring the farm and meeting all the animals. Daniel could not have been more hospitable, and we will come back as soon as we can.
After an idyllic drive through a pastoral landscape, you arrive at Happy Hollow, and it's really only when you reach the top of the hill that you start to understand its magic. This spot is perfectly primitive--we felt completely removed from everyone and everything, yet totally safe. I challenge you to find kinder, sweeter, or more accomodating hosts, or a more beautiful sunrise. Our only complaint is that we didn't plan to stay longer!