Intro: My wife Penny and I are full time travelers, living and working in a 21 foot RV with our Siberian Husky named Kaylee and our adventure kitten Rue. We love photography, foraging, cooking, and meeting new people and hearing awesome campfire stories
We had such a wonderful time staying out with Martha on her land! We couldn't believe the beauty of her property; the creek water was crystal clear and peaceful, the trees were massive, and her yard and the campsite areas were well-maintained. The campsites are all a bit close to the main house, but we didn't mind that at all, and we loved getting to talk to Martha. There barn on the property is 107 years old, and we loved exploring it and hearing it's history. There are fire rings at every campsite, perfect for campfire dinners.
We had a nice relaxing stay out at Greene Kitchen Farm! We spent our afternoon getting to meet and learn about the animals that call the farm home and got a chance to hang out with the hosts' friendly children who were happy to show us around! The campsites are comfortably situated off the farm to allow for easy walking to visit, yet distance to provide quiet and solitude from the noises of a farm. We stayed at site 1 and loved how well set up and maintained it was. There was a fire pit, concrete blocks for seating, and a hammock all available for camper use. A beautiful creek runs next to the site, and we enjoyed watching fireflies as the sun set. The other two sites were an easy walking distance away while also being far enough that we wouldn't be bothered by any other campers staying.
We had such a blast staying out with Dennis! We came in a 21 foot RV, and he had a nice level site that comfortably fit us, which was great. He had time to give us a tour of his land and the beauty and variety of it blew us away. We got lucky enough to meet his girlfriend and his pup Eddie, who was adorable! We loved all the awesome nature features offered on his land, from the unique caves for avid spelunkers to explore to a beautiful hilltop view perfect to watch the sunset at. Dennis also owns the coffee shop in town, and we highly recommend you take the time to visit; they have everything from coffee to paninis and great breakfasts!
We had a great relaxing stay at Ariana's land. The campsite and grounds were well maintained, and we had no problems parking our 21 foot RV on the level gravel alongside the garage close to the campsite. For tent campers, the large lawn was mowed and offered many great locations to pitch a tent or a group of them. The campsite offered many amenities, including a gas grill, benches, a picnic table, a fire pit, and plenty of firewood available for camper use. We loved what a fantastic location this site was, close to both Penn State and the local town hot spots, such as Axemann brewery and Big Spring Spirits distillery. It was great relaxing in the hammocks and meeting their super friendly outdoor cats Willow and Harper.
Our stay was filled with harvesting amazing food from the garden and the forest behind the house. There were an abundance of ripe black raspberries and we enjoyed spending an afternoon picking them. Grace and her family were friendly and welcoming, and we spent the majority of our stay hanging out with their four kids, who were all full of energy and eager to play with us. The RV site is directly in their driveway next to their house, so while it doesn't provide as much privacy as the tent site that's tucked back in the woods, it was nice to have access to water and electric. This place is perfect for a family camping trip or for the social camper wanting to spend quality time with their friendly host family!
It was really fun staying on a rustic real farm. We are total animal lovers and we spent so much time loving on the sweet resident animals. The RV site had an electric and water hookup as well as a sewage dump, making it a perfect place for RV campers like us. Best of all, the site was situated right next to the animals and we loved being so close to them as we hung outside. Further back on the property is an amazing pond perfect for fishing or just admiring all the amazing wildlife it attracts. Stuart was a wonderful host who went out of his way to make sure we had everything we needed and were comfortable. He was also kind enough to offer us ripe fruit and veggies from his garden! We also got to enjoy fresh laid eggs for our camp breakfast in the morning.
Our stay with Susie was fantastic! Her property while small, is full of rustic charm and green beauty. We loved picking sun ripened black raspberries from bushes right in her yard and looking at the beautiful trees that grace the property. We found places to park our 21 foot camper as well as a flat surface for a tent, even though the yard is rather sloped. Susie was an absolutely amazing host and full of knowledge about the town and it's history. She was even kind enough to give up her day and drive us to some incredible hidden gems around Green Springs which was fantastic. She truly made us feel right at home and we had such an incredible time with her!
Ralph has done an awesome job creating a wonderful secluded campground. The RV site is level and situated next to the well maintained bathrooms and shower house and overlooks the farm perfectly. We loved walking around and meeting the friendly animals. There is a beautiful walking path leading through the woods along the river that is well groomed and perfect for a stroll. Like the other campsites in the campground the RV site has a nice fire ring and picnic table for camper use. It was a nice relaxing getaway with plenty of activities and things to do on the property.
We loved our time at Taylor Made Farms! Tammy and Steve are some of the sweetest hosts we have ever met; we felt so welcomed just like we were family. The farmhouse was so beautiful and it was incredible to see before and after photos and all the work and renovation that has gone into making it so stunning. Every bedroom is unique and beautifully decorated, and the beds are top notch, you are guaranteed to get a fantastic night's sleep! We loved exploring the grounds, there is so much to explore! The fishing pond was serene and made for a perfect afternoon of fishing, and the surrounding area was perfect for fun atv adventures! In our short visit, we know we have made lifetime friends with Tammy and Steve and we will definitely be returning to spend more amazing days out on their beautiful land!
Todd's Place was a nice secluded camping getaway in the woods. The entrance and path to the campsite were well mowed and it was easy to follow the path to the campsite. The fire ring was well built up with nice stones and made for a perfect cooksite. We loved taking our dog hiking through the property and seeing all the local flora and fauna. Everything was lush, green, and peaceful!
We had a wonderful time at camp Kokovoko. Leslie was an incredible host, and we were warmly welcomed and given a great tour of her farm where we got to meet the sweetest Gotland ponies. There are multiple camping sites to choose from, and they're all secluded and tucked alongside the woods. Leslie has mowed plenty of paths throughout her property, many of them with plenty of shade. We really enjoyed walking past remnants of an old barn, some of which is still intact, and even an old city bus on the property. Overall, we enjoyed the long hikes, the cool night next to a warm fire, and surrounded by the soothing sounds of nature.