At a high elevation of the property, amid recently planted trees and older trees, pick a location for tent of your preference, either in the woods or overlooking the Mississippi river valley. This spot is well removed from traffic or neighbors.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 50% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Peach Peak in Wisconsin.
Places to see near Hillendale Farm
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Secluded spot, hike or drive in
Peach Peak was a great site, very private with great walking trails around the property. We were there alone and drove our car up to the "landing spot" which is a flat, grassy area with a small fire pit. We walked around a bit to see if we wanted to pitch our tent elsewhere, but decided to camp on the landing for convenience-sake. It was quiet and secluded, just what we were looking for. In the morning, we drove back down to the parking area next to the house and walked around the blueberry fields. It's a lovely property and we had a great time!
5 star host. Steven is very friendly and thoughtful. He even allowed us to borrow his saw for cutting up firewood.
4 star campsites. The sites themselves are nice, but they are not designated. They would seem to be first-come-first-served, however you are sort of forced to camp next to other people.
3 star listing. The listing makes it sound like there are three designated sites and that you are assigned a site when you make a reservation, but this is false. The listing also didn't make it clear that there is only one fire ring at one of the sites. Outlining these things and possibly designating the sites/reservations would help improve the overall experience.
All in all, we enjoyed our stay and would stay here again.
Incredibly beautiful land
This is a very beautiful and private spot on gorgeous land. There are several short, mowed hikes nearby. We had a deer pop in on us and heard owls and coyotes at night which thrilled our toddler. Very quiet, completely private. There is no established fireplace or picnic table so plan for that. We brought wood and everything else we needed. Hidden Bluffs St Park about a half hour away is a wonderful place to hike and see the land. This is a special and rare piece of land to spend time on!
NOTE: The drive to the land may need 4x4 vehicle. Our Camry made it the 1st night but after a good rain it would not make it up. We parked at the house and hiked the 1/4 mile to the site. Our host Steven kindly offered to haul all our equipment down when we left.
Beautiful, but for backpackers
This property is absolutely beautiful, however it’s not a “true” campsite. We came as car campers because the listing specified the site was accessible by car as opposed to hiking in, which I think was misleading. There are essentially two places you can set up camp. The first landing - reached by trekking uphill on a winding road- had two other camping groups already set up there. And they were CLOSE to each other, with no room to park a car. We saw later they parked at the host’s property down near the house and must have walked up to their site. Past the first landing, you have the option to go up another winding hill until you reach the second landing, which is where the pictures on the website/app are taken from. This area is where we stayed and it was beautiful, huge, and incredibly private, but the road cut off a good while before you reach the hill in the photos. Since we were car camping, we couldn’t carry any of our stuff that far so we ending up just setting up camp in the road since it was the only flat land around. It was weird at first but once we realized no other campers were around, it was actually amazing to be so isolated. I would recommend this “site” to backpackers who have the ability to pack light and venture off into the property to set up anywhere, but car campers are very limited. There is no picnic table as the listing suggests, but we also did not have a fire ring which was a bummer. There was a water spigot available, but it was all the way down at the host’s house, so we had to drive back and forth through peoples campsites on the first landing to fill up- I’m sure they did not appreciate that. All around, the property is beautiful but it’s very much a primitive site for backpackers.