Ellen and Ken were amazing hosts and their property is absolutely stunning. They're the perfect hosts, available if needed but let you explore the area freely. The mini horses, regular horses, and pups were a plus for me as some who loves animals.
We brought our two dogs who can be a little protective of our camping space, but they got along great with Ellen's pack of sweet pups who do like to visit the campers on property to say hi and check-in.
We were only there for a quick one night visit from SD and I would definitely recommend staying here, it's easy to get to, gorgeous scenery and Ellen has a great tie-dye marked trail to the top of the mountain we did early the morning for great views and there are many other amazing areas to explore we didn't get a chance to due to such a short trip.
It does get windy so recommend staking tents well and being prepared for cool evenings even on hot days. There is water on site, but recommend bringing in any drinking water.
Ellen's tie-dye shop is full of great treasures and she's truly talented - there are many beautiful pieces in the shop to choose from!