Barbie is a kind and welcoming host, stopping by soon after my arrival to see if I needed water, firewood, or other assistance. Her farm has several types of animals and is located within a short drive of multiple points of interest for exploring. There is a swamp on the property a quick walk from the camping area that I visited a couple of times where I spotted nesting herons and other small wildlife. While I was only able to stay for one night, I would definitely stay again and recommend the listing.
At the time of writing this (July 2020) the landowner is new to Hipcamp, so if you’re staying there soon note that some of the sites listed in the directions are still being developed or labeled. I saw a lot of nice spots where you could set up a tent, so I wouldn’t consider it to be an issue.
The wildflower site is less than a minute’s walk from the parking area and has easy access to the shower and bathroom, which looked new and clean and had hot water + electricity, which was unexpected and a nice surprise. Like the name, there were plenty of wildflowers in July. I really appreciated how well maintained the camp sites and facilities were.
Scott was a generous and welcoming host and I’d recommend his site for anyone traveling or passing through the area. It is within an hour and a half of many hiking trails and lakes. You can camp in the forest for more privacy, or you can camp in with the animals and have access to a fire pit with grate, a table and chairs, and an electrical outlet. WiFi was on from 4-midnight and extended through the backyard.