Come to Fieldsong Farm, absorb the peace and serenity, and leave refreshed! Stake your tent on the edge of our tallgrass wildflower meadow, and immerse yourself in diversity where the city ends and the country begins. Enjoy a fire in the fire ring from your seat on a "porch" swing as the sun goes down and the wildlife begin their nightly symphony. When the sun comes up, you'll have many choices to make--cycling, horseback riding, fishing, boating, paddling, hiking, running, strolling, visiting with the goats, cats and chickens, helping with farm chores, or just sitting to enjoy the peace and serenity of the farm. There are many great shopping and eating choices withing 15 miles. Also, on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month, we have a pop-up farmstand.
Breakfast will be brought to your campsite for an additional $10/person, booked in advance. Canoe + equipment, bike, and horse pasture rentals are all available, also booked in advance. Eggs, local honey, seasonal veggies, baked goods and goat milk products are available for sale. Firewood is free.
No dirt bikes, ATVs or RTVs; no motorcycles except as transportation.
SPECIALS: 1. The first five reservations will receive one night free if you post a review of Fieldsong Meadow to HipCamp before leaving the farm! You will receive the refund when the review is posted to HipCamp. 2. The second five reservations (visitors 6-10) will receive one pound of homemade granola free upon arrival!
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 30% off
The vibe at Fieldsong Meadow
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Richard and Stephanie are super hosts. The two have land just outside the suburban loop north of DFW which makes it an easy and beautiful getaway from city life. The primitive site was provided with a fire ring and 10 gallons of water. We got the lay of the land from Richard and a tour of the property. You can feel the love and history put into the field. The back portion of the property plays host to wild flowers and beautiful cedar trees. The family has dairy goats and producing chickens, you can imagine the scene in the spring as the goat cheese and the eggs flow. The campsite itself is nestled in the corner of a working field and the encircling cedars make great wind cover. I will use it again in the future.