We have a walk in site, secluded in three acres of woods. Located near I-465 and I-65 in Indianapolis Indiana. Parking available, Pets allowed.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 1 month out Weeknight discount: 30% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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This spot is super private, and we were happily surprised to see a completely built out fire pit with beautiful stump seating and all the tools necessary for a big fire and meal time. The hosts were awesome. Another great add on for rustic forest camping was the outdoor potty they built just for extra comforts. A great spot to camp for the night or set up your hammock, and you're no further than 15 minutes from the center of downtown.
Tim and his wife Jessica are very friendly and accommodating. They have a nice family full of energy and positivity! The campsite is very nice. Its cool under the trees, the goats are sweet and there are plenty of hammocks to lounge in! Definitely recommend for any age or demographic.
We actually ended up leaving. Tim was very nice and welcoming, but the site was next to two other houses, and the wooded area was not as dense as we expected. I know rain can’t be helped but it was pretty torn up and muddy to get back to the site and dragging our gear would have been a hassle. The location was also so close to the highway traffic could be heard. It was pretty overgrown as well with no real hiking paths as we had hoped. Super cute goats tho and they’ve provided some amenities not often available with rustic camping (solar charger, wash station, outdoor commode seat) we just had higher expectations based on the photos attached to the home page for the site. Not our cup of tea, but ideal for someone else I’m sure.
Rustic camping, big city.
Hotels are expensive, camping is affordable. I was at the Indianapolis convention center for 2 days and needed a place to stay. This was quick and haste free with a friendly host family.