Surrounded by 3500 acres of privately owned forest in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, My Spot Campsite is easily accessible and offers a perfect retreat to this peaceful countryside. My Spot is so tranquil, private and scenic, that you may never want to leave camp until it's time to head home. However, if exploration is your aim, 80 acres of private pastures, f
Surrounded by 3500 acres of privately owned forest in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, My Spot Campsite is easily accessible and offers a perfect retreat to this peaceful countryside. My Spot is so tranquil, private and scenic, that you may never want to leave camp until it's time to head home. However, if exploration is your aim, 80 acres of private pastures, forests and trails offer breathtaking views where you might catch a glimpse of grazing sheep or free-ranging hens. Just a short hike from camp, you’ll find the pond a great place for cooling off or for catching fish. Evenings can be enjoyed at the campfire or trekking to the nearest pasture hilltop for some amazing stargazing. If venturing further out interests you, Lake Snowden, a 15 minute drive, offers kayaking, canoeing, swimming and the popular Paw-Paw Festival in September. Hocking Hills State Park, the charming college town of Athens, and the quaint riverfront village of Pomeroy are all a short 30 minute drive.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within an hour
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
At nearby Lake Snowden.
Take a dip in our pond or enjoy the waterpark and beach area at nearby Lake Snowden.
Birds, to include: owls, hawks, herons, turkey. Deer.
Natural features you'll find at My Spot at Find A Way Farm in Ohio.
At nearby Lake Snowden
River, stream, or creek
A seasonal creek runs alongside the camp site. The Ohio River is a 20 minute drive.
Observe grazing sheep, free-range chickens and working dogs.
The vibe at My Spot at Find A Way Farm
Places to see near My Spot Campsite
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Brian and Beth are super! Upon arrival Brian shuttled me and my gear to the campsite with his ATV which made things very easy. The tent site is back into the woods adjacent to a very small Creek underneath a nice forest canopy: this keeps you and your tent cool and comfortable while hanging around camp! The site really gave me the tranquility and solitude I craved and I spent most of my time there, perfect. I lost count of the different bird calls, so many beautiful songs from nature! The farm is beautiful, I was able to explore and get some nice views and a challenging walk through the rolling hills and pastures. Bonus, no cell service at camp but if needed you can walk to the top of the hill and make a call. Highly recommend this place!
Sweet secluded spot!
We found what we were looking for: peace and privacy to read and relax. Beth and her husband were great hosts. Lake Snowden is a nearby lake to swim in, as well as their pond. A great 2-night stay!
This was the perfect little spot for a weekend camping getaway! Beth and her husband were lovely. He helped us get back to the campsite on a Kubota. They explained the farm and what they do and even gave us the rundown of the area. My only advice to other campers is bring a table. They make it known that there is not a table provided and we didn't think to bring one.
Perfect all around site and hosts
My Spot Campsite was exactly what we were hoping for. Nestled back and off the beaten path, the host met us upon arrival and helped us transport all of our supplies to the site, which was tucked back in the woods. The site was well kept. Fire ring, fire wood and toilet onsite were exactly what we were expecting. We would highly recommend this site to anyone looking for some seclusion in a great setting.
Private spot with friendly hosts. We loved the little creek adjacent to the site. So cool that they raise lambs. Composting toilet was convenient. Brian and Beth were so helpful. They used their ATV to haul our gear in and out (even early in the morning) and taught our kids about the farm.