I have 3 rustic sites located on my 6 acre property. Each site has its own firepit and picnic table. 1 of the sites can accommodate an RV or truck with camper. You should feel relaxed staying here. You will see colorful sunrises and sunsets. Deer and other wildlife cross the property. So many yummy wineries, breweries, and restaurants in the area.There is plenty to do in the
I have 3 rustic sites located on my 6 acre property. Each site has its own firepit and picnic table. 1 of the sites can accommodate an RV or truck with camper. You should feel relaxed staying here. You will see colorful sunrises and sunsets. Deer and other wildlife cross the property. So many yummy wineries, breweries, and restaurants in the area.There is plenty to do in the area- fishing, kayaking, biking, exploring Crystal Caves, or you can buy an excursion - think winding roads on your motorcycle or rent equipment- currently I have 2 Kayaks.
Fire wood, eggs, produce and more is available for purchase from the mini store on site. Meals can also be provided at an extra expense- let's talk. Farm tours are available- come say hello to the Sassy Chicks!
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
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Pasture Raised Chicken Eggs
$3.00 per half dozen
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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Great spot, easy access and while near the road, not much traffic at all. The sites are well maintained and mostly flat. We will probably stay here in the future - quick getaway. If it is warm, bring your own shade as there is not much tree cover immediately at the sites. This makes a good place for fall camping.
We stayed a night at Trica’s and easily found the camp sight quietly tucked in next to the woods and along the field. The port a potty had a hand washing station next to it, super clever. Trica left a box of essentials on our picnic table waiting for us, along with the fire wood we preordered. Enjoyed a wonderful night at Sassy Fox acres.
I had a wonderful stay at Sassy Fox Acres! Trica has thought of everything from little solar lights at the campsite, to a nice little handwashing station outside the well kept porta potty. I got some produce and eggs from her little stand out front which was a great addition to my dinner and breakfast. There is not much shade but the site farthest from the house gets shade earliest in the evening. I managed fine by using the shade from my car while it was hot out. Beautiful land, sites, and garden she has. Trica told us to look out for deer, but we actually saw a fox at dusk crossing from the woods into her neighbor's land! Def recommend; I felt very safe
Sassy Fox Acres was the perfect campsite! It was easy to find and Trica even left us firewood and dishware/utensils. We will definitely be staying here again if we are in the area, and we highly recommend a visit!
Couple camping trip
Tent camping at sassy fox acres was great! The campsites were clean, freshly mowed, spacious, and had a freshly dugout fire pit. They had a very clean portable restroom with actual soap and water to wash your hands after. Extremely sanitary, well kept, and very affordable!
Peaceful view with homestead extras
Pleasant open view of native plants and treelined farmland. Trica shared strawberries from her garden and I bought eggs from her hens which made a lovely breakfast. Fairly quiet little night away in a tent.
Nearby, I got cheese curds from Ellsworth Cooperative Creamery and visited the Devil’s Punchbowl Nature Preserve to see water seeping from the rock wall.