We have primitive camping, as well as hook-ups. Evening meal and breakfast available. Just a stone's throw from the beach where horse riding is permitted. Lots of trails and State Parks in the area. Enjoy an air boat ride or a dolphin watch tour.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 4
- Accepts bookings: 1 month out Weeknight discount: 50% off
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Very interesting location! I'd never been to the Fort Pierce area, which was cool on its own.
The location is a private horse farm, housing over 60 horses. From mini-horses to giant show horses, they have it all. Everyone I met was incredibly friendly, and quick to give a tour of the area and amenities (multiple enclosed bathrooms, full shower, plus washing/drying facilities avaialble).
We slept next to a pond, surrounded by stables. Even with so many horses nearby, it's a very quiet location. If you'd like to be fully primitive, our host pointed out that there was many many many acres of undeveloped land adjacent to the stables. It's entirely possible to be in the thick of it, if you'd like. Location wise, the property is only a few miles from several breweries, local markets, the ocean and plenty of restaurants. Couldn't be beat!
This was our first Hipcamp trip and we loved it, so much fun! From the moment we crossed the gate, immediately felt in a different world. The farm is absolutely gorgeous, full of beautiful horses and plenty of spots for pitching a tent. There are clean indoor showers, a bbq grill, a picnic table and water available. What else can you ask for? Anne, the host was totally wonderful, she went above and beyond to make us feel welcome. After the tent was set up, she gave us a tour around the 100+ acres farm, where she told us a little about the farm, we met her family, workers and the stunning horses.
A storm was forecast for our first night, and Anne happily offers us to stay in the lodge if it’d got worst. Rain never came and the next morning we woke up with the sound of the horses. Anne came by to see how we did during the night and even offer us coffee, what nice touch! We spent most of our time, meeting amazing people, riding horses, cooking and exploring the farm. There is a pond behind our camp, and we were lucky enough to see few horses swimming!
A unique campsite like this is hard to find. Would recommend this to anyone looking to get out of the city and get a genuine fun horse experience. Can’t wait to come back!