Intro: You can usually find me camping with a small gang of retired women! I enjoy laughing around a campfire, easy walks, stargazing, fishing and kayaking, good food and good company. I am a tidy camper, respectful of others around me. I have no pets.
I booked this site again for my return trip home and found the hosts to be just as gracious as before. The last evening of my trip before arriving home ended up being one of the best. Thanks again, Tommy and Stacey, for your hospitality. I hope to see you again someday.
I stayed here with a friend while attending the Demo-2 launch. It is close to Port Canaveral, as well as the Kennedy Space Center. The property is roomy and we had the sweetest cows as neighbors! There was a bit of a misunderstanding about what amenities were included, but Diane bent over backwards to meet all our expectations and everything worked out. Thanks Diane for making my once-in-a-lifetime experience so comfortable and affordable!
I’ve often heard of Southern Hospitality but never experienced it first hand to the degree it was extended to my traveling companion and myself as we made our way from Tulsa, Oklahoma to Cape Canaveral, Florida. Tommy and Stacy went above and beyond to make us feel welcome. We were camping in our cars, so finding out there was a bathroom in the nearby RV made parking at the farm so much more pleasant than a truck stop or Walmart parking lot! Parking was situated next to a honor system produce stand, but while we were there, only one person came to make a purchase. It felt very private. There were baked goods and canned relishes for sale, but there was zero pressure to purchase anything. (We couldn’t pass up the fresh baked lemon zucchini bread though!) The area is a little tight to get in to. I’m not sure how a really big rig could manage it, but for car, van or tent camping, this camp at a fully functional little farm is a safe and comfortable option. Thank you Tommy and Stacy!