This is a family farm which I now steward. One house was built by my grandparents in 1939 and the other by my father in 1981. There is a hay field and a horse pasture that is home to Biscuit and Shorty. Vehicle campers can locate a spot near either house if they need electricity or water. Tent campers can set up almost anywhere that appeals to them.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Super Flexible
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Savage Lane Farm Camping in Louisiana.
The vibe at Savage Lane Farm Camping
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William was so gracious. He had plenty of wood for my evening fire and had a friend help load it in a wheelbarrow and get it to my fire ring. We chatted a bit but he let me set the amount of conversation I wanted. The weather was perfect with clear skies and a beautiful sunset 🌅 . The songbirds were sweet the next morning as I was preparing to leave.
There are train tracks at the back of the farm. I only heard them when I was awake. William said they go by randomly; no set schedule.
I’m sorry I was only there for an overnight stay. It would be nice for a longer visit.
I would advise to buy gas before getting too far from the highway. I don’t think there was a station in Collinston.
William was a gracious host. The ground was completely flooded from rain so he let me pitch a tent in the barn. It had electricity, 4 walls, and was the cleanest barn/shed I’ve ever seen! If I pass through again on a clear day I’d happily stay again.
Will be a return stop in la
Great sunsets, open fields, horses and peace and quiet (there is an occasional nearby train, but, I love trains, so not an issue). I definitely recommend this site. William is a friendly, just the right amount of attentiveness and respectful host sharing his wonderful space.