Intro: Autumn is an art teacher and a tour guide at The Wilds. She has a passion for rock climbing, backpacking, and horseback riding and is always up for adventure! She's constantly struck with the wonder of God’s creation and enjoys anything outdoors.
McKee Farm has been in the family for over 150 years and has a rich history. Once one of the stopping points for the underground railroad, Mckee Farm was part of a land grant given to one of our Read more...
McKee Farm has been in the family for over 150 years and has a rich history. Once one of the stopping points for the underground railroad, Mckee Farm was part of a land grant given to one of our nation's Revolutionary War heroes. These 240 acres boast a hidden cave, luscious fields, invigorating forest land and historic and rustic barns.
We absolutely loved our stay at Pleasant Valley Farm Camp! Our host was there to greet us and was so sweet and helpful! She gave us a map of the property and made some great suggestions for where to set up camp. We set up our tent right by the creek and loved hearing the water. It was so restful and peaceful. The trail to our campsite was nicely mulched and everything was mowed and kept up!
We had a wonderful visit to Bloomfield Meadows! Our host was great at communicating with us and the site was beautiful. The little cabin was nestled near some trees on the edge of a sweet field with a little pond. Everything felt very clean and up-kept.
“Primitive” does not even begin to describe this campsite. Newland Wilds Retreat is a vacant lot beside a Re-Store with overgrown weeds and trash strewn about. There was no place to pitch a tent or even park out car - we had to park in the neighbors driveway. We did not even spend the night here as there was no place to set up the tent amongst the high grass and shrubs.
My family and I absolutely loved our experience at Maple Moon Farm. The farm and farmhouse were so charming and our hosts were very gracious! Our hosts went out of their way to make our time there a pleasant one and we loved getting a tour of the sugar house and farm. Our stay at the farmhouse was lovely--everything is well kept and clean. We were impressed with the character and detail put into the house. Everything is period for the farmhouse and it feels like you're stepping back in time. We loved exploring the farm and meeting the chickens as well as our host's sweet dogs. I would recommend Maple Moon Farm to anyone who wants a beautiful experience in Maine.
My family and I had a great experience at Paca Hill Farm. Our host was very gracious and the farm was beautiful. We were able to hang our hammocks anywhere and there was also great space for tents. We were able to meet Rlckie's alpacas as well as a sweet pup! I was blown away by the far away mountain views as well as the beautiful wildlife. Would definitely recommend this spot!
We had a lovely stay at Camp Avery! Situated in a clearing beside a quaint pond and an overgrown Christmas tree forest, this campsite was very private and cozy. Would definitely recommend this site to anyone looking to further explore Ohio!
I would totally recommend MLW Stables! Not only is it a great place to get away and explore the nearby parks, but the stables house so many beautiful and friendly horses and animals! Being a horse lover myself, I really enjoyed getting to meet each horse. Our host was so gracious and his love for people and animals is evident in everything he does. Our cabin was newer and well kept--it had a rustic and western feel. I loved getting to see the beautiful pond behind the stables and also getting to ride in the indoor arena. My friends and I really enjoyed our visit!
The Turkey Hollow Campground was absolutely amazing! Our host was very welcoming and helped us find the perfect site. The campsites are nestled in the woods and are equipped with picnic tables, fire rings, and plenty of room for tents and hammocks. The property boasts some amazing views including a pond, a cow pasture, and a lush forrest. The drive through Amish country was beautiful! Walnut Creek is a small Amish village not far from Turkey Hollow and is a great destination for food and sightseeing. I would definitely recommend this campground to other campers!
The Lake at the Flying J Farm was absolutely lovely! Our host was friendly and accommodating and gave us a tour of the beautiful farm. The site was nestled in the woods beside the lake. The lake is a great size for kayaks and canoes. Rich in history, the farm had many unique features including maple syrup tapping, berry bushes and fruit trees, wildlife, and a lovely farmhouse. Would definitely recommend this destination for any campers looking for a peaceful getaway.
Grins & Pickin's CampFarm is well maintained with areas mowed for tents. Fire rings and uniquely painted picnic tables were provided. Our host was eager to show us the many trails and flower gardens on her property. This is a lovely destination to explore the woods and see wildlife. We saw an opossum as well as many beautiful birds during our visit. The pond is nestled nicely beside many of the camp sites and has some lovely plant life beside it. I would recommend this campground to other hip campers.
Apple Hollow Tiny House was the perfect getaway for my family. Everything was very clean and adorably decorated. Views of mountains and nearby apple trees made this location memorable. We used the grill to make hamburgers and enjoyed a fire in the fire pit. We also hung up our hammock on the front porch and enjoyed some rest after a long day of hiking at Zion National Park. Apple Hollow is conveniently located between Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks. My family and I went to both parks and they were only about a half hour away. The bed and sofa couch were comfortable and the wifi was nice and fast! The house was equipped with a washer and dryer which was a huge help after a day of hiking. We really enjoyed our stay and I would totally recommend Apple Hollow Tiny House!