Pitch a tent near a pine forest and pond on a miniature horse farm . Private but walking distance to the main house were water is available for washing and drinking. Many hiking trails on the land with a pond, stream, mediation circle,;and lots of wildlife. Located on a dirt road about 25 miles to nearest city. Fire ring and firewood included. Only 2 miles to Piedmont Lake w
Pitch a tent near a pine forest and pond on a miniature horse farm . Private but walking distance to the main house were water is available for washing and drinking. Many hiking trails on the land with a pond, stream, mediation circle,;and lots of wildlife. Located on a dirt road about 25 miles to nearest city. Fire ring and firewood included. Only 2 miles to Piedmont Lake where you can fish and go boating . They have a marina and restaurant. Only minutes from an Ohio wildlife reserve Egypt Valley great for hiking and hunting. Located in the Muskingum Water Shed with many lakes and streams including Salt Fork , Clenndening , Piedmont, Seneca, Tappen Lakes . We have a lot you can park your boat when its not on the lake while camping .
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 5PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 25% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Camp Avery @ Clark Shack Acres in Ohio.
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Had so much fun at Camp Avery! We got a little tour of the property and introduced to the horses! Great trails and forests to explore :) definitely coming back in the summer
Woodsy and cozy for explorers!
We had a lovely stay at Camp Avery! Situated in a clearing beside a quaint pond and an overgrown Christmas tree forest, this campsite was very private and cozy. Would definitely recommend this site to anyone looking to further explore Ohio!
Beautiful, peaceful camp spot!
Excellent hosts in a beautiful, peaceful location! Went for a quick solo weekend getaway and found the solace I was looking for. Was lucky enough to be the only one camping that weekend, so I had the entire place to myself. A clean, welk-kept outhouse, sweet little trails through the magical winding woods, a beautiful calm pine forest great for hanging a hammock, and the sweetest miniature horses/donkeys to keep you company. Deb & her husband were so welcoming, even bringing me extra dry firewood and checking in to make sure I was comfortable. Would highly recommend it for a calming retreat.
My family & I were looking for a private place to camp to have some true family quality time w/out technology. Camp Avery turned out to be exactly that & more. The owners own 40 acres of beautiful land which included a bunch of trails to go explore & a pond. I cant forget to mention their cute little ponies. Each of them had their own personalities 😊. They also have some donkeys. BB was our favorite mostly bc she was closer to our campsite & made us laugh everytime she ould talk. At camp Avery there is a little jewel of hidden beauty. A short distance from the camp site was a beautiful landmark of big sand stone boulders all covered in lush green moss. All positioned in a circle! It was amazing for those of you who are history buffs, love nature or mysterious things. We would all go sit on the stones & have our coffee in the mornings. My favorite part of our trip. Farmer Pat & Deborah were very welcoming & good people! This has now become one of our spots to come back to every year! I defintely reccomend this campsite for some good old wholesome family time!!
This campsite has it all - little horses with pasture, woods, trails, open field, and even a pond. The open field campsites are surrounded by woods with trails around the property that overlook a ravine, and lead to a small crop of large boulders in the woods. Wildlife abounds - we saw horses (not wild), toads, birds, butterflies and fish. Pat was a perfect host. He gave us the lay of the land, and showed us out to the campsites. Later, he returned with a cane pole ready for fishing if we wanted to use it.
Campsite has a slight grade all around (it's in the hills after all.) There was plenty of shade, except when the sun was directly overhead. Accessibility might be an issue in wet weather. The dirt road through the woods to the clearing is short, but might become a challenge if it got very wet. This time, we arrived after dry weather, and even after a night of storms we had no trouble getting our 2WD VW camper van in and out. Maybe I worry too much.... We'll be back I'm sure.