This is the first of 6 cabins to be built at Rosewood Farm and Agripark! It will ultimately be a check-in or "Rendezvous" station for all Hipcampers, but for now will be rented out until the other cabins are completed. It is a super cute cabin, nestled beside a small pond at the bottom of a hill. Pond was just re-worked and is actually being filled at the moment. Trees surround the cabin and it is also on the the entrance road to our park. This cabin boasts all kinds of southern charm with its wood floors and simple rustic decor. We predominantly built the cabin with wood from our sawmill that came from our farm. It has a bathroom, shower, 3 bunk beds, and a beautiful cedar counter!
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 15% off
The vibe at Rosewood Rendezvous Tiny Cabin
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Any campsite where I can hug a mini-donk gets a thumbs-up in my book. At present, the sprawling grounds of the Rosewood Farm and Agripark are a bit spartan, but I’m glad to have seen the “before” picture at the beginning of what’s sure to be an epic project. Host Katie is a force of nature, with an enviable amount of energy and an incredible vision for her family property. Keep an eye on this spot as it develops into a first-class family destination, and in the meantime, ask her if the mechanical bull is available for a ride.
The construction to come is set apart from the tiny cabin at the front of the property, so you’re insulated from any noise or activity. As for the cabin itself, it’s pretty adorable. It has all the basics, and when we arrived on a 90-something-degree day, I was thrilled to see an air conditioner set up inside (thanks, Katie!). Really appreciated the shower after a few days of camping without one (and the soaps - so fancy!). The bunk beds made for a fun family photo shoot, though the futon is actually a bit more comfortable. We had a great time during our stay and I loved meeting all the animals at the far end of the property, but admittedly it was a little humbling to hear that the rescued Lipizzaner stallions have more impressive resumes than I do (performed for the Queen? Check. Gave Martha Stewart a ride? Check.). Ah, well. Gotta give credit where credit is due - they're impressive creatures!
What a wonderful find and a perfect halfway point for our two groups to meet. Unfortunately, we only spent one night and did not get to fully explore. Kate is a wonderful host and graciously showed us around her farm. She was so welcoming and we hope to make it down there again!