Bring your own tent (This is a tent only campground and Primitive) and enjoy the 5 acres of land that is Certified by the National Wildlife Federation. There are two Nearby Lakes, there is the Mississinewa Reservoir and the Salamone Reservoir, there are beaches to lay at and swimming allowed, both of these places are not far from StarCountryAcres Wildlife Habitat. Less tha
Bring your own tent (This is a tent only campground and Primitive) and enjoy the 5 acres of land that is Certified by the National Wildlife Federation. There are two Nearby Lakes, there is the Mississinewa Reservoir and the Salamone Reservoir, there are beaches to lay at and swimming allowed, both of these places are not far from StarCountryAcres Wildlife Habitat. Less than 25 miles.
Bring a GPS to find these two lakes.
If you love watching birds then this is the place to see them, bring your binoculars,scopes and camera's.
In the summer you can enjoy the two big Montmorency Cherry Trees, pick and eat all you want.
There are also Raspberry & Blackberry Bushes you can pick in mid July.
Campers can enjoy the Apple Trees and the Grapes in first week of August.
What more can a camper want than Fresh berries to pick with your pancakes in the morning! Summer/Fall time only.
There is now a 24x8 Screen house, it has a table and chairs and also a bench, on the other end of the screenhouse there is a POTTY. The screen house is for campers who want to eat and not have to worry about bugs buzzing around their food.
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 1 month out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
There are county roads you can bike on, there is traffic but not much.
Plenty of hiking at the State Parks but I would stay on their trails to avoid Poison Ivy.
Bring your binoculars, there are plenty of birds to see out here. Migration is taking place as we speak, come see what birds yo...Read more
Natural features you'll find at StarCountryAcres Wildlife Habitat in Indiana.
No actual cave but you can dig a hole in the side of the hill and call it a cave (only room for one, very short walking space)...Read more
Both Mississinewa and Salamone Forest Reserves are close by.
There are two Reservoirs nearby, 1. Mississinewa 2. Salamone
River, stream, or creek
The Wabash River is located about 11 miles from StarCountryAcres and has a beautiful Walkway Garden and plenty of walk paths. T...Read more
This is a backyard area with plenty of room. its also primitive. some woods and a Marsh.
There is a driveway for one car but others can park along side the driveway.
The vibe at StarCountryAcres Wildlife Habitat
Places to see near StarCountryAcres Wildlife Hab
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Upon arriving at the camp I was met by Lisa the owner, she walked me around on a tour of the property, she talked to me about how the land was official refuge land for the birds. There are alot of thorn bushes on the property around the wooded parts so Small children might not be the best choice here. There was a firepit and you are aloud to collect the wood around the property. There is a lot of different wildlife, foxes, raccoons, bob cats etc. also a really good bird watch tower towards the house.
A weekend in the woods
The host Lisa met us and showed us around the area. We got a great spot with the fire ring out in the sun but the tent in the woods. The area is beautiful. There are some walking paths to look around. You hear birds at all hours of the day, from dawn to dusk. Their dog is friendly and very obedient. She will stay and hang out if you want and will leave the moment you tell her to. Overall, the pictures do it justice and are very accurate. It is the perfect campsite for a getaway. We will definitely try go get back.