Hipcamp host Alysha G.
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Camping can be done anywhere on our 170 acres as it suits you. Keep in mind this is primitive camping on raw, beautiful land! The back of the farm is so quiet and peaceful, surrounded by nothing but 2,500 additional acres of nature - not a house in sight. On the back of the farm you are about a mile off of the road, there are gullies to explore, ponds, wild fruits at different

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Camping can be done anywhere on our 170 acres as it suits you. Keep in mind this is primitive camping on raw, beautiful land! The back of the farm is so quiet and peaceful, surrounded by nothing but 2,500 additional acres of nature - not a house in sight. On the back of the farm you are about a mile off of the road, there are gullies to explore, ponds, wild fruits at different times of the year, wildlife, varied terrain and foliage. On 63 of the furthest back acres, of the total 170 acres there is standard barbed wire - this means that wild hogs can and most likely will be on that part of the farm. The balance of the farm is fenced in high tensile net wire and they cannot come on that part of the farm. If the hogs concern you, stay on the front 100+ acres, there are plenty of camping spots in groves of trees and edges of gullies. You will see that the farm is shaped like and "L", all creature comforts, like an outhouse and running water, are on the front 100 acres, the back is completely untouched by human amenities. So, plan to fill up your water jugs prior to heading off to the back of the farm. You may cook and use the bathroom on the back of the farm as long as you clean up after yourself and observe all state safety laws concerning fires. It is your responsibility to check if the county is in a burn ban or not and act responsibly. Within 5 miles of the farm is an entrance to the Brazos river for fishing, swimming or canoeing. You are also welcome to bring a equine and ride, be sure it tethers or you bring a portable corral - the last 40 acres can be closed off so if your equine get's loose, you will only have 40 acres in which to chase it :)>. Please provide a coggins report for each equine from within the last 6 months and a copy of your vaccination schedule as given to each equine. There are cottage on the farm for rent close to the dairy. The cottages are on a separated offering or email us for more information. Private tours of the farm are $50/hr/person. Milking the cows starts at 7:00 a.m. and finishes about 9:30 a.m. and cost $55 total for up to 4 people to participate.

NO smoking on the farm without exception; if you smoke, you will be asked to leave without a refund. You are welcome to have a pet, exercise due caution when walking as our guardian dogs do not understand guests - it is their job to keep all 4 legged intruders off the farm and they often try to discourage visitors; you will be held liable for any and all damage done to the farm, the livestock, children or guardian animals by you or your pet(s). You agree to hold harmless the farm, the owners, the animals and anything associated with the farm if you or your pet sustain injury on the farm. You will be asked to sign a liability release when you arrive as this is a working farm and therefore equipment, domestic animals, wild animals and more in which you may come into contact. Email us in advance to let us know you have a pet, and what kind. One person brought a kangaroo - that was fun!

Please bury excrement and take all trash with you.

We work and live on the farm for our family income. Please respect our land, our livestock, our privacy, our buildings, and our pets.

Campsite area
Bring your own tents
No. of sites
99 bookable sites
Access
Park at listing
Group sizes
Up to 51 people per site
Potable water available
Fires allowed
No toilet
Pets allowed
No showers
Pack it out
No picnic table
No wifi
Have a question? Send Alysha a message!
  • Check in: After 8AM
  • Check out: Before 5PM
  • Cancellation policy: Moderate
  • On arrival: Go straight to camp
  • Minimum nights: 1 night
  • Accepts bookings: 12 months out
  • Response time: Within 12 hours
  • Response rate: 100%
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Swimming hole
Farm
Ranch
Beach
Cave
Desert
Forest
Hot spring
Lake
Redwoods
Waterfall
Biking
Fishing
Hiking
Horseback riding
Paddling
Swimming
Wildlife watching
Boating
Wind sports
OHV
Climbing
Snow sports
Surfing
Whitewater paddling

Places to see near Sand Creek Farm

Mother Neff State Park
Mother Neff State Park
43 miles way Explore
Fort Parker State Park
Fort Parker State Park
46 miles way Explore
Waco Mammoth National Monument
Waco Mammoth National Monument
47 miles way Explore
Lake Somerville State Park
Lake Somerville State Park
48 miles way Explore
Bastrop State Park
Bastrop State Park
65 miles way Explore
Buescher State Park
Buescher State Park
65 miles way Explore
Fairfield Lake State Park
Fairfield Lake State Park
70 miles way Explore
Lake Whitney State Park
Lake Whitney State Park
72 miles way Explore
Mckinney Falls State Park
Mckinney Falls State Park
76 miles way Explore
Meridian State Park
Meridian State Park
80 miles way Explore
Huntsville State Park
Huntsville State Park
81 miles way Explore
Sam Houston National Forest
Sam Houston National Forest
83 miles way Explore
Stephen F. Austin State Park
Stephen F. Austin State Park
91 miles way Explore
Inks Lake State Park
Inks Lake State Park
92 miles way Explore
Lockhart State Park
Lockhart State Park
93 miles way Explore
Pedernales Falls State Park
Pedernales Falls State Park
95 miles way Explore
Colorado Bend State Park
Colorado Bend State Park
97 miles way Explore
Cleburne State Park
Cleburne State Park
98 miles way Explore

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Hipcamper BrandonMegan
Brandon Megan G.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
April 10th, 2016

It was great, we stayed at the back of the property at the watering hole with our two 5 month old dogs. Very quiet and couldn't even see a house or structures where we were located. Horse came and greeted us when we entered the area. Lots of fun!

Gorgeous view of the sunset. Such a relaxing time. Our puppies loved playing in the tall grass- they followed the trail that the horse had left on the property. Primitive Camping
Hipcamper Sam
Sam M.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
May 30th, 2016

It's a beautiful farm.

Hipcamper Roger
Roger B.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
March 16th, 2018

We really enjoyed the seclusion didn't see a single person while we were at our sight.

Enjoyed hearing the birds, frogs and coyotes.

Had a visit by some cool cows coming to drink from the stock ponds too.

Looks like there was lots of blackberry vines everywhere, bummer they were not any ready to be harvested.

Keep in mind that this is primitive camping with no amenities and you will be good to go.

When coming here I recommend looking to the woodline near the gully or stock ponds if you want to be in the trees like we enjoy. Just be creative and open minded when looking for a place to set up camp.

We have a Mitsubishi Outlander and was able to easily drive to the area we wanted to camp, but if you have a really low vehicle you may have to walk to a good sight just a little.

We would and most likely will return.

We did not see any trash nor did we leave any behind. Please don't litter when camping.

RelaxCan see the tent from here.Having some fun.Our camp was by the pond in the middle. We camped in the back part of the property.
Hipcamper Mason A.
has mixed feelings towards this listing.
(Dispersed site)
January 29th, 2017
Hipcamper Chris O.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
November 29th, 2015
Property
Sand Creek Farm
State
Texas
$15/night
99 Sites