Visitors can enjoy camping on a partially private couple of acres with a beautiful open air pergola and lots of sky for star gazing. The Dancing Bee Winery tasting bar (specializing in Mead, open 7 days a week) is open until 5:30pm each day. Our Farm Store is also open 7 days a week where you can sample and buy Honeys, Peanut Butters, Beeswax Soaps and other specialty items.
Visitors can enjoy camping on a partially private couple of acres with a beautiful open air pergola and lots of sky for star gazing. The Dancing Bee Winery tasting bar (specializing in Mead, open 7 days a week) is open until 5:30pm each day. Our Farm Store is also open 7 days a week where you can sample and buy Honeys, Peanut Butters, Beeswax Soaps and other specialty items. Come hang with us, relax and camp with the bees on the honey farm!Toilets not available from 6:30PM - 7:30AM.
- Check in: After 11AM
- Check out: Before 3PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within an hour
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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I arrived in mid-afternoon to a warm welcome in the store, including a little care package of products made by the honey farm. Though there are 4 designated places to set up a tent, the spots are pretty flexible. I set my tent up just past the outdoor seating area near the acre of grape vines. It was a great place to watch the sunset! Both staff were super friendly and very accommodating. I got a fire ring and some dry wood ($6) for a small campfire, which turned out to be wonderful.
I spent part of the afternoon inside doing a tasting of a selection of 6 honey meads and other wines. I ended up using a discount coupon provided in my care package on some wine and mead to bring home. I was welcomed to spend the remainder of the afternoon until closing lingering over a glass of wine or two, which I happily did.
I recommend Walker Honey Farm & Dancing Bee Winery to folks with RVs or tents/ear plugs, due to the fact that the winery is situated in between a very active railroad track and a busy road - it was pretty loud all night. Also for tent campers, bathroom facilities are only available when the store is open. I would definitely camp here again, but better prepared for traffic noise.
We rode out here from Austin on motorcycles
Cute place! Overall, we had a great time but wouldn't camp here again. We expected to drive a bit further back from the highway but their location is right off the highway. The road noise is pretty loud and there's a train going by pretty often. There are no toilets once the shop closes. We believe this would be a great spot for an RV or other similar vehicle. The ladies at the Winery were very sweet and gave us a goody bag. Beware of snakes during warm weather and bring some cards!
A little close to the road and winery, train also runs pretty close. still fun, nice people
The employees were very friendly and helpful and the property was great. It is next to a busy road and train tracks but I’m a somewhat light/medium sleeper and it never woke me up once. The mead was amazing and the honey was delicious. Bringing my wife back next time.
Campsites aren’t very easy to notice and could use some fire rings and markings. Other than that it was awesome.
Great business, noisy camping
Well, we first walked into the shop to meet our host and shop around. That was a lot of fun.
Then we stepped outside to move our car to our camping spot and my friend got stung by a bee in the chin. Then we decided to not camp near the flowers and therefore were in the open because we couldn’t park our vehicle (tent in truck bed) in the grass, which apparently is the case for RVs too. All night all we heard were cars and big rigs passing by and constant trains (17 total!!) in the other direction.
We were warned about no restroom from 6:30 pm-7:30 am but I would suggest having a portapotty or something on the grounds somewhere for tent campers.
This stay wasn’t as majestic as the description claims. If you want cheap and noisy, this is it. If you want some sleep, I suggest paying a bit more and going elsewhere. Again, no reflection of the business itself just not a good location for camping.
Wonderful little spot!
Dancing Bee was the perfect pit stop on our way to the Colorado river. We will be back anytime we find ourselves traveling that direction!