Hipcamp host Liz B.
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We created the Sunrise Shelter as your getaway on our organic farm. We built a three-sided shelter with a platform, so have a shady, dry place to roll out your sleeping bags, hang your hammock (we have hooks), or pitch your tent. The shelter is in the woods and faces east, so you'll have a view of sunrise through the forest, right from your sleeping bag. You'll have your own


We created the Sunrise Shelter as your getaway on our organic farm. We built a three-sided shelter with a platform, so have a shady, dry place to roll out your sleeping bags, hang your hammock (we have hooks), or pitch your tent. The shelter is in the woods and faces east, so you'll have a view of sunrise through the forest, right from your sleeping bag. You'll have your own campfire ring and picnic table, and potable water and composting toilet are less than a minute walk away. Your parking spot is about 100' from the shelter. 

The Sunrise Shelter is located just behind our 1800's barn, so you'll have a sense of privacy - and, depending of the time of year, baby chicks for neighbors. There's limited cell service here at the farm, so you can unplug; the frogs, lightning bugs, and woods will keep you occupied instead!

Our Farm (Nightfallfarm.com) is a sustainable livestock farm, where we raise animals on pasture and sell meat and eggs locally. There's lots to explore here at our farm: see our pigs, chickens, turkeys, and lambs; walk in our woods and restored wetlands; or stroll along the Muscatatuck River. 

We can add on a casual farm tour where kids of all ages check out the farm animals and see how we're bringing this land back to life.

A few Fall ideas (just google them!): 

1. Corn Maze Beer Fest at 450 North Brewing 

2. Apple picking and pumpkins at Huber Winery 

3. Madison, Indiana Chautauqua (arts festival)

4. Paddle or hike among the Fall leaves

Our farm is about 20 minutes from fun, family-friendly paddling options and easy hikes at Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge and Hardy Lake State Recreation area (bring your kayak or canoe!). It's about a 30 minute drive to our favorite hikes at Clifty Falls State Park and Jackson-Washington State Forest, where you can find steep hills and hollers, excellent views, fossils, creeks, and waterfalls. 

Campsite area
Bring your own tents
1 site
Up to 4 guests per site
Park at listing
No ADA access
Campfires allowed
Toilet available
No pets
Potable water available
Picnic table available
Bins available
No kitchen
No showers
No wifi
Have a question? Send Liz a message!
  • Check in: After 4PM
  • Check out: Before 12PM
  • Cancellation policy: Moderate
  • On arrival: Meet and greet
  • Minimum nights: 1 night
  • Accepts bookings: 12 months out
  • Response time: Within 12 hours
  • Response rate: 80%

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Firewood bundle

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Farm Tour

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Offered on the Host's property or nearby.


Walk our country roads (it's a dead-end road with little traffic), through our pastures, or wander through the woods and wetlan...Read more


Paddling is possible seasonally on the Muscatatuck River (which borders our farm). There are flatwater options just 20 minutes ...Read more

Wildlife watching

Admire migratory birds, owls, hawks, and songbirds. Hear coyotes howling at night. See tracks from deer, raccoon, fox, and othe...Read more



Natural features you'll find at Sunrise Shelter in Indiana.


Indiana forests are spectacular. Walk among the oaks, sycamores, and hickory trees in our woods.


Our neighbor has 30 acres of restored native prairie, complete trails, that you are welcome to enjoy.

River, stream, or creek

The Muscatatuck River is our southern property line, and an intermittent stream run just beside the campsite.


Our family took 30 acres of crop fields out of corn and soybeans, and restored them into wetlands, complete with native trees, ...Read more


Nightfall Farm is a diverse livestock farm. We raise lambs, pigs, turkeys, and chickens outside, on pasture. We sell meat and e...Read more


We have a place in the driveway designated for you to park, right beside the campsite.

The vibe at Sunrise Shelter

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Hipcamper Holli
Holli P.
recommends this listing.
May 6th, 2019

We had an incredible stay at Sunrise Shelter! The directions were perfect and Liz and Nate were amazing hosts. Even though the weather was a bit of a bummer, we stayed nice and dry under the shelter for a relaxing and chill weekend. We will be back!

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Hipcamper Liz
Response from Liz, the Host, on May 27th, 2019

Thanks a ton, Holli! Can't wait to have you come visit again, to chill or for a farm tour. : )

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Hipcamper Nellie

Simply amazing

Nellie M.
recommends this listing.
May 9th, 2019

I highly recommend the sunrise shelter on Nightfall Farm. My partner and I were warmly greeted by Liz, Nate, and their very friendly dogs. The site was well-equipped with a compost toilet, potable water, a designated parking spot, and a campfire! The shelter was private and spacious.

We took a tour of the farm and learned so much about what it takes to raise animals sustainably. And after checking out, we drove up to Upland's Columbus Pump House and were delighted to find Nightfall's pasture-raised chicken on the menu! We'd recommend the sunrise shelter to anyone looking for a peaceful getaway.

A bird returning to her nest in the camping shelter!The lambs out on pasture!
Hipcamper Liz
Response from Liz, the Host, on May 27th, 2019

Thanks, Nellie! We loved showing you the farm. I hope you'll come back soon!

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Hipcamper Brittany
Brittany C.
recommends this listing.
May 26th, 2019

Sunrise shelter was a fantastic place to get away & relax with nature. We loved being surrounded by lush green forest, a clear night sky & waking up with the birds. I'd definitely check out this spot again! Big thanks to the hosts for the hospitality!

Hipcamper Liz
Response from Liz, the Host, on May 27th, 2019

Thanks a ton, Brittany! So glad you liked waking up to their birds singing - that's one of our favorite parts of our farm. : )

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Hipcamper Christi
Christi J.
recommends this listing.
September 5th, 2019

Such a beautiful place! We loved the shelter and the picnic table close by. The hosts are super friendly and helpful. We really enjoyed ourselves and would love to go back again sometime!

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Hipcamper Brian

Pleasant farm with great shelter!

Brian O.
recommends this listing.
October 14th, 2019

This place was great! Exploring the farm reminded me of pleasant memories I had on my grandparents' farm. The shelter was extremely beneficial since it rained overnight, so this spot is great in all types of weather. Plus the hosts (and dogs!) are super friendly.

Hipcamper Liz
Response from Liz, the Host, on October 17th, 2019

Thanks a TON for coming to camp, guys! It was fun to share the farm with you, and hear about your adventures in the area. See you here again soon! :)

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Hipcamper Sean

Nightfall's forest is alive!

Sean C.
recommends this listing.
May 29th, 2019

Nightfall is a working farm, so there are animals of all varieties, but because of the way Liz and Nate are cultivating nutritious soils, there are so many insects and they make a lot of noise. It took some getting used to, but it was one of the lovelier aspects of the trip. In addition to that, I got to enjoy time by the fire, stargazing in a very low light-pollution area, and farm fresh eggs. 10/10, would visit again.

Hipcamper Megan

Great camping spot

Megan F.
recommends this listing.
October 13th, 2019

We pitched our tent in the shelter and had a great fall camping trip. Liz and Nate were very welcoming, as were their friendly dogs. Would definitely recommend!

Hipcamper Nellie

Worth the revisit

Nellie M.
recommends this listing.
September 16th, 2020

I am a big fan of the Sunrise Shelter - I stopped by again on this year's trip through Indiana. The shelter was just the breath of secluded fresh air I needed out of my normal city life. Autumn was just beginning on the farm, and the cool night air was amazing (and the colors of the sunrise were fantastic). Really appreciated the outdoor shower in the warm day!

Took a walk out on the road to see the sunrise over the fieldsThe shelter feels so spacious
Hipcamper Claire
Claire W.
recommends this listing.
October 13th, 2020

My sister and I stayed at Nightfall Farm on our way to and from Red River Gorge (from Chicago) and it was the PERFECT stopping off point near enough to the highway but tucked away in peaceful lovely farmland area. Liz and Nate were incredibly welcoming and accommodating. Our first night we arrived quite late so they made us a very helpful guided video to make sure we could find our way without issue. We decided we'd like to come back on our way back to Chicago but the Sunrise Shelter was already booked, so Liz and Nate offered another space that was not yet listed to accommodate us. It was totally private and had everything we needed. We really enjoyed our stay and can't wait to visit again some time!

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