Hipcamp host Marcy H.
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Pitch your tent or plug in your RV (30 or 50 amp, or 110 volt) on our 110 acre horse farm. Choose between staying up closer to the barns or out in the timber. We have a nice primitive spot under a 100+ year old cottonwood tree that is near a stream. There is a picnic table there as well. About 1.25 mile down the trail from the main barn is a walnut grove with a picnic table.


Pitch your tent or plug in your RV (30 or 50 amp, or 110 volt) on our 110 acre horse farm. Choose between staying up closer to the barns or out in the timber. We have a nice primitive spot under a 100+ year old cottonwood tree that is near a stream. There is a picnic table there as well. About 1.25 mile down the trail from the main barn is a walnut grove with a picnic table. The same stream runs past the walnut grove. There is a spot for a fire too. If you want more rustic, feel free to cross the creek to the timber and choose a primitive camping spot there. Enjoy mowed trails to hike or bike. Water (from hydrants and hoses) and portopotty are up near main barns. We have 60 horses on the farm as well as goats, cats, and chickens. We do not offer access to horses unless you're in a riding lesson, or have scheduled a pony riding session. We look forward to sharing our little piece of heaven with you!

Campsite area
Bring your own tents, vans and truck campers, trailers, RVs
8 sites
Up to 8 guests per site
Park at listing
ADA access
Toilet available
Pets allowed
Fire ban in effect
Picnic table available
Bins available
No potable water
No kitchen
No showers
No wifi
Camping vehicle details
Electrical hookup available
Generators allowed
No water hookup
No sewage hookup
No TV hookup
Back-in site
Accommodates slideouts
Surface type: loose gravel
Surface levelness: requires leveling
Have a question? Send Marcy a message!
  • Check in: After 2PM
  • Check out: Before 12PM
  • Cancellation policy: Moderate
  • On arrival: Go straight to camp
  • Minimum nights: 1 night
  • Accepts bookings: 12 months out


Offered on the Host's property or nearby.


On horse trails, timber, and farm fields

Horseback riding

Bring your own horse only. Lessons in an arena can be arranged.

Wildlife watching


Natural features you'll find at Fantastic Horse Farm in Illinois.


If you head west down the driveway and keep the black fence on your left you can hike back to the timber. It is approximately a...Read more


We have 110 acres of primarily open horse pastures where you can view the natural behavior of horses as well as many species of...Read more

River, stream, or creek

About a mile and a quarter hike from the parking lot is a small creek right next to a timber to hike in. Many choose to tent ca...Read more


While hipcampers will enjoy staying at Triangle H Farm, which is a horse farm, the Heepke family farms about 4500 acres which s...Read more


We are a working horse farm where we do horse training, riding lessons, and horse boarding. We have about 50 horses give or tak...Read more


We have a large circle driveway with long lanes for larger rigs to get in and out easily. The electric sites are all on gravel.

The vibe at Fantastic Horse Farm

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Hipcamper Erin
Erin M.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
May 14th, 2019

It was raining when we arrived so the host's helper insisted we camp in the barn. My kids loved it! The farm is beautiful.

Hipcamper Jared
Jared G.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
August 2nd, 2019

Great place to stay ! The kiddos ( 2 and 8) loved waking up to the rooster and the horses. Parking for RVs is near the barn but everyone was very respectful of our privacy. It was a quick drive to St Louis Zoo and other attractions without the feel of staying at a RV park. It has a nice pasture view to the front on the property. Our host was generous and allowed us to drive back on their acreage to explore, wildflowers, lots of beautiful horses and a creek. We walked some of the nicely mowed horse trails that were marked with signs that kept us from getting lost. Definitely recommend staying here especially if you have a horse!

Hipcamper Zanny
Zanny P.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
August 29th, 2019

This is a very professional and busy horse farm. We had a nice stay. It was fun to watch the horses being ridden and trained.
We didn’t have a chance to meet Marcy in person but the person who greeted us was able to show us everything we needed and answer our questions. No issues.

Hipcamper Noah
Noah M.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
October 28th, 2019

The campsite was great! The location was secluded but not the best area to get out of when it rains. Marcy was extremely helpful in her directions and the farm is beautiful!

Hipcamper Richard

Staying at a working horse farm.

Richard M.
has mixed feelings towards this listing.
(Dispersed site)
November 6th, 2019

Great camp spot. Be sure to read all the info Marcy posted in the information area.
Has several spots available, all open and by a horse barns. No smells, no weird issues. Gravel and level. Power readily available. No water hook ups, have to fill up camper if you want water by the barn and then go park. Camping spots are located in open areas by barns. Not located by trees or secluded at all. FYI.
BEAUTIFUL property. The back half by the small creek is incredible and if I get a chance to go back I definitely would camp out in the back pasture with our trucks roof top tent. The back primitive site is under a tree so the ground is a little soft back there.
*Couple things to note. If you have a safe way to contain a fire, there aren’t any fire pits by the camping site. We bought a $13 Walmart bbq stove and used that as a fire pit and it was perfect. Also, it can be windy on the property, be prepared for that.
Stores are nice and close and less than a 10 minute drive to Walmart and grocery stores.
Did not get to meet the host, Marcy. Property is a working horse farm and very popular in the area so you do get to see lots of action in regards to horses and such.

Hipcamper Tanner
Tanner F.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
June 18th, 2020

This was a great spot to stay the night. The horses are just incredible. Our kids absolutely loved it.

Hipcamper Jim
Jim G.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
July 17th, 2020

A wonderful and quiet spot. RV sites are easy to back into. Not too far from St. Louis. Nice, private and quiet at night!

Hipcamper Daniel
Daniel M.
has mixed feelings towards this listing.
(Dispersed site)
July 19th, 2020

Easy to find and stay there, though the firewood ordered never arrived. Contact with hosts was all via text and with some lag. Friendly folks there in am working with horses.

Hipcamper Lindsay

Great experience

Lindsay H.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
August 13th, 2020

Such an amazing experience! We booked late in the evening but our host was able to accommodate us and showed us where to set up camp. The farm is easy to find and quit. We slept in a nice grassy area by the tree line about 40 feet away from the horses. So beautiful and calm, would camp again.

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