Relatively rustic for tent camping, but does have water and electric, plus pretty decent hot shower. Lots of options for hammock camping. Really nice fire ring with built in grill. Direct access to the Santa Fe is awesome, but if you're a paddler bear in mind there is quite a lot of boat traffic on the weekends. Early morning or late evening is best for kayak or SUP. There is also some traffic on the river late into the evening at times. Private access to the tubing put in is a pretty good trek. I recommend driving and dropping off tubes. The out is a quick ten minute walk. The tube run is beautiful and refreshing. Michael was a very responsive and helpful host.
We had a wonderful stay at goat house farm. My kids really enjoyed spending time with all of the animals. We even got to see a baby goat a few minutes after birth!
The common room is a great place to hang out if it's raining, and there was always fresh fruit straight from the trees on the farm. The site itself was perfect for our hanging tent and was nice and private. The location was very near many state parks with loads of hiking, fishing, and boating opportunities. Overall a great experience.
Had a great time at Country Lane Camp. It's a great little site that's really out there, yet close to everything too. Joan is a fantastic host, checked on us a couple times to make sure we had what we need. She provided a great little guide with a map of the site as well as tips for things to do in the area. Many nice little touches you wouldn't get at a public campground, and really spacious site. We were even able to set up our suspended tent in the trees. Just FYI, there are many sounds of wildlife throughout the night and early morning (roosters, donkeys, coyotes, and possibly lions from a nearby sanctuary).