Tent or van camp on a working horse farm. Beautiful setting with a pond. Many local activities and hosts would be happy to give you a tour of the stables to meet the champion show horses.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 2 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Serene Horse Farm in Pennsylvania.
The vibe at Serene Horse Farm
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Rude angry host!
Awful experience. We arrived at about 8:30 pm (after communicating that we would be traveling from far and would likely be in around 9) and set up camp. When we couldn't find the bathroom and emailed politely asking for help locating it we were "greeted" by Billie who came storming out of her house ranting about how she has to work in the morning. It was about 9 pm at this point and the sun had just set. We apologized and tried to diffuse the situation but she continued to belittle us for not being able to find the bathroom and when I suggested we leave she called me a cunt. At no point were we welcomed, given a map, or anything. We were treated as though we were an inconvenience and worse when she stormed out in a rage. We booked and paid over a month in advance and communicated all plans. We even sent updates as we traveled. If hosting on a weeknight is too much and not something Billie was up for she could have politely declined the reservation. Also, calling a guest a cunt rather than helping them is never okay. We are Hipcamp hosts ourselves and cannot imagine treating our campers the way she treated us.
Nice property, not very private
This farm is a really beautiful property. The kids loved the horses so much. I will say, if you’re looking for a quiet and private camping experience, this probably isn’t the perfect spot. I’m guessing it’s a little quieter on the weekdays but our group camped Friday-Sunday so it was packed. I was hoping for some socially distant camping. This place is great if you have a big group and want to make more noise than you would at a regular campground. Also there was one portable toilet for the whole camp and it was full when we arrived, someone had to call the company to come and replace it during our stay because there were so many people and needed to use a bathroom. It’s also a little confusing when you arrive because no one met us and the sites aren’t assigned so it’s a huge field and you just have to find a spot that’s open. I’d recommend arriving on-time for check-in.
This farm is an absolute gem, and completely worth the trip. There are three sites to choose from- I took the one with the view of the barn and horse pen. It was breath taking! You drive right down to your site- it's best if you have 4wd, but you can manage without it. You're provided with bottled water, which was convenient. There's also an option for horseback riding (it's extra, but I'm not sure of the cost.)
It's been awhile since I've seen a horse in person, so I was blown away by how majestic they are. You're free to hang out and pet them, as long as you don't feed them. Careful though- they may try to nip you!
Really, really loved it here :)
I had a great visit to Bille's farm this past weekend. There are 3 sites to choose from, all spread out and a good distance away from each other, which is perfect. My site was furthest from the barn, with a view of the fields, the pond and several horses. I had the place to myself for 2 nights and on the 3rd night, a couple set up at the next site, but it still felt really private and secluded. If you like horses, open fields and not camping on top of tons of other people, this is a great spot.
Would not recommend
This horsefarm is in a residential neighborhood that backs to huge powerline towers which are very visible. There are 6 campsites in a field the size of under half a football field and is adjacent to horse pens which is beautiful but the 2 portajohns under the rustic barn really kill the vibe. The field.should maybe only accommodate 3 campsites....6 is wayyyyy too many. there is only one picnic table; we were first to arrive so we nabbed it but really, id be highly annoyed if i didnt have that. Three out of the six are shaded spots but they are on a hill so setting up tents are uncomfortable.