On a cross-country road trip, this was by a long shot our favorite of three campsites. It's a lovely property in the mountainy wilderness, a trim and fresh lawn that's not too manicured. A beautiful refreshing creek curled around the site where we pitched our tent, the air was clear and the stars were bright. I didn't know there were such gorgeous natural places in Pennsylvania. Martha is welcoming and friendly with three sweet dogs. Social distances best practice was observed, and we felt safe from the ongoing pandemic. Thanks, Martha!
This is a medium-sized field along a quiet road not far outside of Nashville. The trees make for nice shade, and there are pretty flowers. We didn't communicate much with Kat - just arrived, found an available spot, and left the next day. We were there on the 4th of July, so it was on the crowded side, but certainly not worse than a state park. The creek is sadly polluted with trash and old tires, but it's nice to hear in the background anyway. We were on a road trip, didn't want to rent hotels for fear of covid, and this campsite was just what we needed. Thanks Kat!
This rural property in Arkansas reminded me of summer camp, a horse stable, and an RV park combined. There are bath houses and other little wooden structures scattered around winding dirt roads and corrals. We arrived at night after a rainstorm and had some trouble locating our site, but morning found it to be a sweet little patch of grass under some pines.
Lots of quiet and privacy in a gorgeous, shady pecan grove on the banks of the San Saba river, just deep enough for swimming! Friendly, accommodating hosts who are welcoming of diversity. Pretty great! Be aware it's Texas wilderness, so you're gonna have insects and cacti and armadillos and murky riverbeds and all that good stuff you came out to nature to experience.