About So Close, Yet So Far Away!
While a primitive campsite, offerings of a cool breeze, fireside relaxation & hammock awesomeness are to be experienced. So close, like virtual minutes to restaurants, entertainment, shopping & even an international race track that host various motor-sports all year round, yet the view, the seclusion, the scenery makes it seem so far away!
While the camp venue is bordering the open grass field and 40 acres of woodland, a early 1900's era barn serves as a back drop, along with various eclectic photo opportunities for those with that "eye". Better yet, bring the mountain bike, take a few laps or hike a few times over the hand cut trails that are wide enough, so you should see what's around you.
You'll have the ability to drive direct to your campsite & free to come & go as you please during your stay. Again, while no electricity or running water yet, it's things that we're looking forward too!
Stay two nights & the owners just might come hang out, share a beer by the fire or their famous breakfast burrito's with you. The lot is kid friendly & open for all, heck the bike trails for the most part are kid capable, so bring the bunch when you want.
- Listing type: Private
- No. of sites: 2
- Accessible by: Drive
- Accommodation: Tent Only
- Check in after: 3PM
- Check out before: 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 1 month out
- Weeknight discount: 10% off
The vibe at So Close, Yet So Far Away!
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
The host isn't lying when he says this site is 'So close, yet so far away!' It is out of the city on a nice piece of land, but a short 10 minute drive into town. When we arrived he had left us a cooler with 2 beers from a local brewery, a jug full of drinking water, and fire starter. When we forgot our bug spray he happily gifted us a bottle to keep. He even made us coffee before we left in the morning, how nice! We were able to park our conversion van on the property, which was next to a garden. There was a fire pit with sitting logs, trash, firewood, and sticks. We took our dog for a walk along the many trails on the property, which they use for biking (if you are a mountain biker, you would love this!) Along the trail was a beautiful old barn that we took a bunch of pictures next to. Our stay was amazing, and we were definitely taken care of by the host. Good people and good camping, what more do you need?