Jonathan's farm is beautiful, diverse, great for all-season camping. We camped in the dead of winter, and Jonathan was kind enough to meet us at the entrance to his lands to safely lead us (around the sheep!) to a wide, flat space to camp. We were grateful to have a wooden table/chairs to work on, as well as access to plenty of wood for a fire. Super friendly pups paid us a few visits when they weren't tending to the sheep. A small ravine provided us with potable water, although much of it was frozen over when we visited. There is also a mini-hill to climb for beautiful views - great for catching the sunrise!
Kerry was a very helpful host, accommodating us in the dead of winter with an abundance of firewood to burn and helpful tips about where to camp on his property (you get to choose your own!) His land is diverse and great for all-season camping - including a well-decorated outhouse, potable water, tire swing, and outdoor stage for lipsync battles.
We arrived at Oak Mountain Hideaway on a cold winter evening in winter 2017 and were overjoyed by our experience. Our hosts, Anna Marie and Ed, were incredibly kind, supplying us with fresh-baked cookies, a tour of their beautiful home, and a wagon to cart our belongings to the walk-on campsite. Their hospitality and generosity is more than enough reason to return. We also enjoyed the luxury of campfire cooking with a grill (Thanks, Anna!) and woke up to the breathtaking, smoky landscapes of PA. We will definitely be back - would love to see this one-of-a-kind camping spot in the summer and hopefully catch a live concert too!
We stayed in the old rock quarry, which was a perfect, natural shelter from the winter winds. Dennis was very kind and accommodating, and even helped us navigate to his property upon arrival. We highly recommend this campsite - more than enough wood for fire (Thanks Dennis!), surrounded by nature, a star-lit sky. We hope to return soon!
Best camping experience we have ever had. Campsites are well-distanced from one another and secluded by natural forestry. Hammock, large fire pit, and tree stumps made for a perfect camp area. We stayed at campsite #3, where we enjoyed a beautiful overlook. We parked the truck ~100 yards from the campsite given the tree density. Plenty of dry wood on the ground for fuel too. Will definitely return. Thanks, Joan!
Harry was extremely kind in letting us camp out for the night at only a few hours' notice. The large field beyond the winery was perfect for a campfire and seeing the beautiful night sky. Would definitely return.