Hipcamp host Lori S.
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Pitch your tent back by our hidden 16-acre lake, the smaller secluded lake or hike in to a spot away from everything. We have close to 216 acres. We run a small 50-acre farm on the front and have left the back for camping, fishing, hiking and hunting. You may swim in the lake, take a canoe ride around or simply sit back around

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PLEASE READ ABOUT SITES TOWARDS THE BOTTOM

Pitch your tent back by our hidden 16-acre lake, the smaller secluded lake or hike in to a spot away from everything. We have close to 216 acres. We run a small 50-acre farm on the front and have left the back for camping, fishing, hiking and hunting. You may swim in the lake, take a canoe ride around or simply sit back around the fire and enjoy the view. Please take a look at sites, as each are different and offer different experiences. If you are interested in holding a family reunion, work picnic camp or just want the lake to yourself-please contact me and we will work it out.

If you have any questions about the spots, please let me know. Also if spots are booked, contact me- we may be able to create a spot just for you and what you need. We have room to grow but are doing it slowly. fifth wheel campers and trailers can be accommodated (without hook ups) at certain spots, generators allowed just let us know.

We have a shed that has all sizes life vests, extra chairs, tiki torches, floats, oars and more. It is a just in case you might have forgot something, it might be in there shed. It is our personal stuff so please be respectful. One day we may have a small store for you but for now- we share.  Boats are first come first serve.

Site 1 "Dock spot"- good for any kind of vehicle and pop up campers- right at dock so you may see more traffic of people if you are not the only campers. This seems to be the preferred spot.

Site 2 "Hill spot"- Good for any kind of vehicle and pop up campers. Close to dock but away enough that kids and dogs wont bother site 1. Not much shade, up on a hill with the best view.

Site 3 "Lower dam spot"- Great spot away from everyone but still right on the lake. Almost any vehicle can make it back there. More secluded.  Not suggested for pop up campers. We have had a vw van camper make it back there.

Site 4 "Tree spot"- 4 wheel drive suggested if any rain- nice secluded spot in the woods, to the big lake. If we have been dry, most vehicles can get to it. This is a spot more suitable for a couple or small family. May walk or drive over to dock and bring a boat to your spot.

Site 5 "Tree spot 2"- 4 wheel drive suggested- especially in the rain/wet. Nice secluded spot in the woods, access to the big lake. close to site 4 but still private. Very cool spot in hot weather. A littler larger spot than site 4, could accommodate several tents and vehicles.

Site 6 "Seclusion Spot"- this spot is away from the big lake but within walking distance. You have your own mini lake so you may not even want to walk to the big lake. 4 wheel drive/all wheel drive suggested- this is off road but will support pop up campers, tents, van campers. This site will hold several tents, cars etc.

Site7 "welcome view spot"- on top of a hill, perfect for pop up campers, trailers, tents whatever. I call it the welcome spot because it is the first spot seen when people are escorted back there. I will be waving at you every time I take the main road back. A really great view, not much shade right there.  

Site 8 "Hidey Hole"- HIKE or ATV ONLY SITE this spot-you may park by the barns or we will drive in to the main lake storage shed and park. From there, a short but nice hike to a hidden spot, if you have a 4 wheeler or atv- you may take that back there to the site. It is not right on the lake- within walking distance of it but not right there. No one will be able to see you, you wont see them.

Campsite area
Bring your own tents, vans and truck campers
8 sites
Up to 9 guests per site
Park at listing
No ADA access
Essentials
Campfires allowed
Toilet available
Pets allowed
Amenities
Potable water available
Picnic table available
Bins available
No kitchen
No showers
No wifi
Have a question? Send Lori a message!
  • 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
  • Weeknight discount: 50% off

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Activities

Offered on the Host's property or nearby.

Fishing

Great Fishing. Small mouth bass and crappy

Swimming

You may swim in the lake

Wildlife watching

We have all kinds of wildlife, from deer and turkey to raccoons and coyotes and more.

Boating
Hiking
Horseback riding
Off-roading (OHV)

Terrain

Natural features you'll find at Hidden Lake Farm in Kentucky.

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Lake
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Hipcamper Blake
Blake R.
recommends this listing.
(Site 3)
July 11th, 2018

The Kentucky heartland at its finest. This private lake was hidden away back a beautiful farm road that passed through rolling fields on the hosts' property, and I felt like I was in the absolute middle of no where. Could've stayed a week but unfortunately only had a night. Lots of land to explore, and you can camp right by the lake (which I couldn't resist jumping into). Plenty of space for a small group to enjoy, but welcoming enough for solitude. Hosts were also super friendly and helpful. Definitely a place I'd stay at again!

Summers in the south get stupid hot. So I jumped in the lake. And I don't regret it.Tons of places to set up tents, but I hid from the July sun in a little grove of trees.A little obsessed with these ghosty trees in the lake. Super neat.Beautiful views across the water.
Hipcamper Lori
Response from Lori, the Host, on September 21st, 2018

Thank you so much for coming out and enjoying our little piece of heaven.

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Hipcamper Emily
Emily W.
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(Site 3)
August 25th, 2018

My boyfriend and I were unprepared for the vastness of this site—We had an entire lake to ourselves, which was just a few steps away from our tent. During our stay we canoed on the lake (and even caught a fish)! Loved this site, and much appreciated the host going out of her way to meet our needs.

Hipcamper Lori
Response from Lori, the Host, on September 21st, 2018

I want to thank you for coming out. I am so glad you got to canoe a bit and catch a fish. I can never catch any cause of my herd of kiddos. Thank you for the positive review and if you are ever out this way, look us up.

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Hipcamper Aaron

Beautiful and peaceful !

Aaron L.
recommends this listing.
(Site 8)
October 16th, 2019

Beautiful place.Lori and her husband were great host ,they met me at the front gate and showed me around. The campsite was really secluded and they even had an area where i could get some target practice in with my pistole. We will be returning in the spring.

Hipcamper Lori
Response from Lori, the Host, on October 18th, 2019

Thank you for coming out Aaron! So glad it was a good weekend for y'all. We look forward to seeing you again.

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Hipcamper Ula

Would definitely come back!

Ula L.
recommends this listing.
(Site 8)
June 30th, 2020

Had SUCH a great time! Lori was so nice, welcoming, and caring; she went above and beyond to make sure we had all we needed and more. Felt very safe, there’s more than enough land to explore both in the forest and on paved land. Be prepared to drive on a gravel road/possibly grass, but it was nothing that a Volkswagen hatchback and sedan couldnt handle!

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Hipcamper Kahla
Kahla K.
recommends this listing.
(Site 5)
July 1st, 2020

We stayed on site 5 and loved it. There was plenty of shade/trees and was very private. We had lake access which was great, and we also were able to enjoy the boats on the property. Lots of space and the owners were very helpful/informative. Definitely somewhere we would camp again.

Hipcamper Joel
Joel H.
recommends this listing.
(Site 5)
July 2nd, 2020

Cannot say enough great things about our stay (site 5). The host, the land, the lake, everything was just perfect. Hands down one of the bedt trips I've ever had lookong forward to coming back again.

Hipcamper dan
Dan L.
recommends this listing.
(Site 1)
May 29th, 2018

I planned a camping trip for myself and 3 buddies over the Memorial Day weekend and we ended up camping at Hidden Lake Farm. My goal was to find somewhere nice and quiet where we could do a little fishing and not have to worry about sound curfews at state parks as we had a few around the campfire, and this place delivered!

Lori and her husband Marlon were both fantastic and made our trip a blast. The site is about a 7-10 minute (off road, on-trail) drive from the house / farm back through the fields and woods to the site. The location was perfect, with a nice grove of trees by the lake and a fire pit all set up and best of all, very private and quiet! They were even kind enough to cut us some firewood from downed trees and lend us a few extra fishing poles. Speaking of the fishing, it was unbelievable! We fished for 5 or 6 hours across our two day stay and easily caught 30+ fish including a few whoppers. They also have a couple of light boats that we were able to use which were quite handy in getting around.

Overall I can’t say enough about the experience. If you’re looking for a quiet getaway with some friendly and helpful people – Hidden Lake Farm is the place to go. We hope to return soon!

Hipcamper Lori
Response from Lori, the Host, on June 14th, 2018

Thank you Dan for the wonderful review! You and your friends were a joy to welcome and have here. I'm glad the fish were biting for you and that you got more than what you were looking for with us. Please come back sometime.

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Hipcamper James
James C.
recommends this listing.
(Site 1)
July 20th, 2018

We had an amazing time at this secluded camp site on the farm! We went fishing, fed chickens and ducks and rode on a pony! My children won’t stop talking about how great it wat! We will definitely be back!

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Hipcamper Lori
Response from Lori, the Host, on September 21st, 2018

It was so great to meet your family! If you all ever want to come out again- look us up. Also if you end up homeschooling and want to do a camping field trip or put something together with the kids- let me know.

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Hipcamper Strohmann
Strohmann B.
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(Site 3)
August 11th, 2018

Would definitely stay here again and recommend this to people. Loved it!

Hipcamper Lori
Response from Lori, the Host, on September 21st, 2018

Thank you for the great review! We hope to see you again! Hipcamp has been such a great way to meet great people.

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Awards

Best of 2019 Kentucky
8th place
Best of 2018 Kentucky
1st place
Property
Hidden Lake Farm
State
Kentucky
Country
United States
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