Our land is 15 minutes from Osage Beach Mo but off the beaten path, with 40 gently sloping acres and easy car access to one of three campsites that can accommodate ;one to four tents. Sites are in Hardwood forest and Open Cedar stands away from city lights and city noise. Owner's only enterprise on the land is native wildflower restoration(in progress) and beekeeping (not near tent site : )
Our land is bordered on two sides by county roads which receive light farm and local traffic. Site 1 is nearest the road to allow car camping, pop up or teardrop camping trailers as well as tent spots. Site 2 is farther in but can drive right to it. site 3 is more remote. can drive with in 100 feet and then set up in the woods .
You are 10 minutes from Dollar store, 5 minutes to the nearest of five bar and grill type establishments and fuel stop. The Lake of the Ozarks offers dining of every sort. Boating and fishing is world class. If you're into shopping, they have it. Or maybe you just want a place to unwind for a few. That's what we do and that's why we built our house here recently
- Check in: After 6AM
- Check out: Before 3PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
The vibe at Ozark Hills Honey Farm
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We had a great stay! Logistics were easy to coordinate, friendly hosts, and nice wooded campsite (the other two are more open but also looked nice). The clearing of the sites is still in progress but the hospitality is great and we had everything we needed—we even got to see some of the beekeeping in action! Highly recommend.
I stayed at site three back in the woods. It was a very hot weekend so the extra shade from the trees was much appreciated. It is also near the pond, so get ready for a full choir of frogs to serenade you in the evenings (sometimes surprisingly loudly). The host’s friendly dogs may also come keep you company as you hang out around camp. The sites are very private and have everything you need. The hosts are wonderful and taught us all about bee keeping, gave advice on what to do in the area, and helped us identify local wildlife. I would highly recommend staying here.