Pitch your tent or string a hammock in one of our secluded and serene forest camping pad areas. We have a trail throughout the forest that connects several different camping locations surrounding our meadow. The meadow has thousands of wildflowers, hundreds of fruit trees, and several gardens. The farm is beautiful as it is peaceful. It's a perfect place to slow down, soak u
Pitch your tent or string a hammock in one of our secluded and serene forest camping pad areas. We have a trail throughout the forest that connects several different camping locations surrounding our meadow. The meadow has thousands of wildflowers, hundreds of fruit trees, and several gardens. The farm is beautiful as it is peaceful. It's a perfect place to slow down, soak up the forest and starlit nights, pull out a book or instrument and enjoy your company by the fireside.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 1PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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Olivia was a kind and gracious host. My plans were delayed by traffic and I arrived at dusk in the rain. Without complaint she meet me in the rain, showed be around, and got water for me to use. She even helped set up my tent, with a smile!
It was a beautiful site and look forward to returning in the future when I have more time to enjoy the property.
A little piece of hocking magic!
This is a lovely spot! It’s a large private area, surrounded by trees, w expansive views of hills and fields, at the end of a quiet driveway. The hosts Eric and Olivia are very sweet and extremely helpful. It’s about 45-50 min from Hocking Hills and a good spot to base your adventures out of. The camping area is huge with lots and lots of space to spread out! We used the picnic table and fire pit and had a lovely time. They have an area close by that has a stage and a vegetable and fruit farm that they are developing bit by bit. There are hiking trails on property as well. We had the most beautiful and relaxing weekend. Thank you guys!!!
We had a workshop at the Dawes Arboretum. I was looking forr nearby camping options for a mushroom foray, and most of the typical campsites lookes dated and not super inviting. when looking for other options I came across hipcamp. I had heard of the site before but this was my first time using it. There were several sites within 30 minutes drive of Dawes arboretum, but this Permaculture farm looked like the best option. The campsite is at the bottom of a gravel road with a cornfield on one side and a couple houses on the other, As soon as we pulled up we ran into Eric. He was making sure we had wood even before we got there, and was super friendly when we met. The property has three unique campsites. One is completely in the woods, another is at the base of the hill surrounded by trees in a clearing, and the last one is at the top of the hill on the property overlooking the farm. When you drive into the farm you’ll notice a charming stage where they host some events and a really beautiful space. You’ll immediately notice all the work they put into creating a sustainable and gorgeous environment! I look forward to coming back here sometime next summer and seeing everything in full bloom. They have a good chunk of woods to explore, and are surrounded by farmlands. The old town of Somerset is a short 5 to 10 minute drive and will have a grocery store, several restaurants, and a place to get provisions. It seems they are growing a variety of fruits, different vegetables, and even‘s cultivating some shitake mushrooms in the forest! If you’re in the area and want a really amazing place to camp, with great energy and good people, this site is definitely for you!