truthfully, I do not even know where to start with this location. Susan is the host here, and she is such an amazing one that I don’t think any others will compare. I am sure I won’t even remember everything that this site included on this review but I will try. My friends and I arrived and were greeted by her friendly face and given a tour of the property, and which was beautiful. She is very eco-friendly, using composting toilets. Right next to them is a sink to wash dishes and three Coldwater showers, with dish soap and a sponge, a dish rack, mosquito repellent spray, and bath towels. While there were not many mosquitoes, there were wasps, but she also provided wasp and bee spray as well. She has a friendly cats, tons of rabbits that she sells and shows, and plum and pear trees with ripe fruit to pick too! There is plenty of space to camp without being cramped by other campers, And we got to choose where we set up. After seeing the showers she showed us the fire pit, the firewood provided each day, two barbecues, charcoal, barbecuing utensils like tongs and a big metal spatula, and pot holders. She said that she and her husband were planning on building an open air gazebo, but even without it, it is a beautiful set up with quite a few comfortable chairs, a dinner table, food table, blankets, and also bales of hay to sit on. She even provided marshmallow roasting sticks! On top of telling us to call or text if we needed anything, she also provided us fresh corn from the produce stand nearby and it was absolutely delicious. We woke up to homemade carob pumpkin muffins to have for breakfast too! We got to sit by the fire with her and have a wonderful conversation, and then she painted us rocks and decorated that said camp black rock on them. I am leaving this review because, initially, I was nervous to come here because it had not been reviewed yet and was relatively new. I am so impressed and will definitely be back soon! Thanks for everything Susan!