Our Campground is a wooded area near a stream bed approximately the size of a football field. It is located on Good Earth Organic Farm and offers beautiful views of pastures, a 5 acre pond, and our farm. The campground is secluded from the road and other houses and offers a peaceful vibe. Trees include willow, bald cypress, oak, etc. We currently have a composting toilet
Our Campground is a wooded area near a stream bed approximately the size of a football field. It is located on Good Earth Organic Farm and offers beautiful views of pastures, a 5 acre pond, and our farm. The campground is secluded from the road and other houses and offers a peaceful vibe. Trees include willow, bald cypress, oak, etc. We currently have a composting toilet located near the campground.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Depending on the time of the year there are lots of wild flowers on our hiking trails. Ask about the designated hiking trails. ...Read more
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Good Earth Organic Farm is the perfect place for the weekend warrior or the committed outdoorsman looking for a change of pace. It's just far enough from town to see the stars at night and smell the fresh air but not too far that you can't get a fresh dose of city life on your way to or from the farm. Speaking of farm, this is a live one, meaning there are men at work, animals at graze, and machinery aplenty. Stay sharp - the sheep roam free during the warmer months says landowner Paul, and there's bound to be critters flitting about any time of the year (think rabbits, squirrels, and geese). Build a fire for dinner and fall asleep with a full belly to an unfettered view of the night sky and a symphony of coyote songs (don't worry, the resident sheep dogs are standing guard).
When you arrive go to the first house on the left of the road. The second house is the store to buy meat and produce. This is an awesome farm with the cutest sheep and work dogs. There is an awesome fire pit if you bring wood. Paul is a sweet man and helped us get to the campsite. We did not stay long enough to learn about the farm which I wish we could have.
Secluded, quiet, pastoral
What a great spot! I was the only camper and had the pick of the area, so I chose to camp by the little lake, which was lovely. Paul’s sheepdogs and barn cats are very friendly and one of the sheepdogs, Cecil, even slept outside of my tent for most of the night, which was nice considering the coyote sounds, while harmless, can be a little offputting. I watched the moon rise over the lake, then watched the sun rise. I even was able to start a small fire in a ceramic pot I brought with me. Very nice trip.
The kids and I had a nice stay at Good Earth, the site is on a slight rise overlooking a good-sized pond, with pastureland for the goats and sheep all around, plus some wooded areas. Really pretty, deep grass and flowers everywhere. Beautiful night sky, no light pollution, great for stargazing. Kids loved playing with Cisco, one of many sheepdogs, a huge Great Pyrenees, I think. Got to pick fresh strawberries the next morning and pick up some fresh eggs at the farm store. My son caught a catfish in the pond. At this time, it is full primitive camping, with no water or toilets nearby, but we are fine with that. I understand a composting toilet is in the works for this site (east side of pond). If coming from Dallas/Plano, I’d suggest taking the ~15 minute-longer route through McKinney, it’s more scenic, on small county roads. And Paul is a great host!