Can host a few camp sites, three , one would be secluded close to pond. No formal trails. There is one electric hookup 220v, hydrant for potable water.
Rural area, farming area, great road to ride bikes on. Seven miles to Indiana University and vibrant downtown area, many ethnic restaurants, art, theatre.
- 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
- Response time: Within an hour
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Sobremesa Farm in Indiana.
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This farm is so beautiful and is alive with fauna and flora. You camp right in the midst of wild flowers and you are welcomed by the young hard workers of the farm, specifically Mike and his sweet dog. We were shown the lay of the land, and Mike was eager to help us with any of our needs. You feel safe with an electric fence around the entire property. You are close to the farming that is done on the land, so beauty and freshness is everywhere you look.
We really loved this spot. Wish we could have hung out longer. What a clean and beautiful house and farm. Robert and Juan were so accommodating even after they had been traveling all day. Even the outhouse was cleaner than 99% of the bathrooms on the road!!!
Loved looking out of our van and seeing chickens and beautiful farm.
Staying with Juan on his farm was an incredible experience. He walked us through the property and told us about the farm and what they do. The grounds were beautiful with plenty of space to set up camp. The owners were incredibly gracious and I hope I find myself back in this neck of the woods sometime soon.
Live off the land.
Live off the land and sit back and relax. Great night stop for our family. Host has a great farm with animals and lots of local wildlife. Was worried about the outhouse but it was not bad. We stayed by the barn and had 120 electric. Our adult kid and a friend stayed in a tent by a pond. Great time.
We stopped here as the first stop on our cross-country road trip—what a great way to kick off the trip! The farm was beautiful and it was so peaceful staying in the company of the animals. The hosts were very welcoming and made this a wonderful stay.
I enjoyed every minute of my time on the farm. Both Robert and Juan were very inviting and answered all my questions about the operations of the farm.
A much better time than staring at a wall in a hotel, if you like the outdoors.
I will be using Hipcamp for my next road trip.