Pitch your tent at one of three campsites by the creek treeline for privacy and seclusion or at one of three campsites further from the creek but still among the trees. A camp toilet is provided for each location. The creek is a 10-15 minute walk from the house/parking area. Wildlife are found in the area so expect to hear some coyote choruses. Outstanding stargazing and
Pitch your tent at one of three campsites by the creek treeline for privacy and seclusion or at one of three campsites further from the creek but still among the trees. A camp toilet is provided for each location. The creek is a 10-15 minute walk from the house/parking area. Wildlife are found in the area so expect to hear some coyote choruses. Outstanding stargazing and seasonal firefly light shows.
- Check in: After 4PM
- Check out: Before 3PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
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Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
We do not have horses on our property but there are several equestrian centers in the area where horses can be rented.
We are about 10 minutes from the Colorado river where you can launch your own kayak or canoe or rent one for the day.
Natural features you'll find at Creekside Solitude in Texas.
We are beekeepers and would be happy to introduce you to the fascinating world of bees and honey.
The vibe at Creekside Solitude
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Staying on Jaimie's property was a peaceful reprieve from city life! From the moment i was shown my campsite, i did not see another human until I went home 2 days later. But plenty of cardinals, deer, and cows (neighbors on both sides have cows) graced my presence.
The site itself was very clean, covered by plenty of trees, but with open spaces to also lie out in the sunshine or stargaze overnight. I would recommend and likely will stay here again!
Though I came for solitude and so did not spend time with the hosts, they were very friendly and thoughtful. Even fixed up a wheelbarrow so i could haul my things (i opted for comfort this trip!) more easily down the path to and from camp, roughly a 5-10 minute walk depending on your pace.
Friendly folx, great campsite!
We had a great stay at Jaimie's place! We were greeted by the friendliest doggo, shown our campsite, and able to fill up water. Our campsite was lovely: close to the creek, composting toilet, cow fields, and tree swings. Would recommend this spot, especially if you are heading to or from Austin! We also liked the walk to and from the campsite.
Great primitive camping site!
10/10 would recommend! The sites were perfect for a primitive camping experience and the host built us a great evening campfire up near the house.
You will have to hike your gear in about a half mile, but there is a cart to use. We were hoping to test run our backpacking skills and this was a great place to do it at.
Hospitable, meets expectations
Jaimie and her family are very welcoming and hospitable. Jaimie made sure to greet us when we arrived and showed us to our site. You park near Jamie's home and use the cart provided to bring your gear to the site. Its about a .5 mile walk. Our kids (4 and 6 yrs old) managed the walk just fine even while carrying their backpacks. We took bikes with us so that made the walk a little faster once we got settled into the site. As of May 2020 they do not have fire/cooking pits at the site but there is a fire pit up at the house that you can use. We used a propane stove at the site to cook most meals. The creek is not very accessible from the site because of the steep bank but it was nice to be near it. There are 3 campsites to choose from but they are all near each other so this would be a great place to camp with friends/family. The descriptions of 9 Wild Acres matched our experience very well. We had no un-met expectations. We would definitely camp here again.
We had a really good time. Jaimie and her husband are amazing hosts and really endearing people. Their puppy Sampson escorted us to the campsite which is about a half mile walk down from the house. The campsite is beautiful and completely secluded amongst the trees by the creek. We will be back!
Creekside, quiet retreat!
This place is truly a fun and quiet place!
The hosts are responsive and super hospitable and the property has chickens, bee hives and a friendly Great Pyranees waiting to meet you! (no worries though because they all live on the other end of the property so they wont be hanging around your site!)
There are multiple tent site spots, all along the creek at the back of the property. There is a mowed trail through the mesquite trees that may give you a deer siting or two!
The big trees provide a lovely shade canopy over your campsite and the creek below is great for exploring!
Come enjoy a camping experience along a creek!