Incredible spot for any kind of Hipcampers! Lori and her husband have made beautiful spots for campers to get away for any amount of time, from 1 day to an entire weekend, and fully immerse themselves into the beautiful town of Salida. We set up our tent along the river at site 567, and with a tent restroom and walking distance to the cute little $5 shower house in town, I would recommend this to anyone. Llamas live on the land, and it is well taken care of. Lori knows what she is doing. We felt secure and enjoyed our visit.
Massive open fields and insane views of landscape. Veronica has her home on the front end of the property, but the back half of her acreage is actually totally secluded and hidden from view. You couldn't have found this much space for this price at any national campground. This is a beautiful spot. Our host was also very accommodating to our needs; if we wanted to have a reunion there we could have. If we wanted to camp closer to the front end of the property by our car, we also were welcomed to do that. Veronica just wants her campers to be happy! :)
This site and location is a little gem. We felt safe, and fairly secluded, with a beautiful dock that looked off through the trees. Our kind host wasn't there, but that's ok because he gave us a warm welcome and recommended where we should set up. I particularly loved the flower fields and the comfy-luxurious deck that we set up our tent on as well!
Golden hour and alpacas? We’re in! We loved our visit here to Laurell’s alpaca farm and home. While we didn’t have an RV to park for our Hipcamp field scout visit, we did take photos of her RV space complete with outlets for electricity and water as well. She prefers RV’s instead of tenters for now, since it is in a neighborhood setting and she is thinking about getting a bathroom up for campers of any kind. Nonetheless, perfect spot and insane sunset views!
The most beautiful, quiet and serene place to stay close to the interstate for the long drives. We set up our tent outside the beautiful Airbnb that Matt and his family own and run, which has fascinating history. An 1800’s sheep farm passed on for generations, and sold by the 1900’s. The farmhouse was built in the early 1900’s and Matt and his family have the entire lineage. With over 450 acres to roam, we set up our tent with views of the rolling hills as well as next to the old fashion wagon buggy. I would recommend tenting here because it’s impeccable and clean and quiet, but we also got to tour the BnB and I would equally recommend it!
Right in the middle of Salt Lake City is this marvelous horse stable…we were so surprised to pull up to a full running horse stable in what felt like a neighborhood! But once we started to walk around we realized that their land far outstretches past the neighborhood with views of the mountains of SLC and countless fields of horses…our tent was set up near the entrance, so not much privacy, but it is a great place to stay if you’re passing through or are looking for some up close experience to horses.
We had never been to a U-pick farm of any kind, but this one was the most awesome first time! Wow, Stephanie and her family knows what they’re doing. Covered in welcome signs, a cute little check in/check out shed, sweet walkable lanes of blueberry bushes, and tons of lavender, this spot is a gem. The RV space is perfect, complete with a grill and picnic table, and of course…blueberries!
Great little campsite with some accommodations that are super thoughtful - a shaded tent area complete with water, private compost toilet, grill, table! We loved the animals everywhere (they weren't in our space); sheep, ducks, llamas, chickens! It felt like a petting zoo, in a good way:) Fresh eggs available. Sweet host.
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