We are a non-profit horse rescue situated on one acre. We are located right off ofthe old main highway and have two neighbors within eyesight from the house. The camping areas are “ranch-like” and vary in seclusion. Site 1 is in the horse pasture and you will be quite literally sleeping with the horses. Site 2 is in our backyard, fully fenced with a deep fire pit and grill
We are a non-profit horse rescue situated on one acre. We are located right off of the old main highway and have two neighbors within eyesight from the house. The camping areas are “ranch-like” and vary in seclusion. Site 1 is in the horse pasture and you will be quite literally sleeping with the horses. Site 2 is in our backyard, fully fenced with a deep fire pit and grill available. Pets can be off leash and hose water is readily available at this site. Site 3 is situated just behind the pasture and above the river bank. You can see and visit the river easily from site 3. If you want a ranch experience with interaction with your hosts and opportunity for adventure then you have chosen the right camping location!!! You are welcome to join in the daily choring activities or choose to be taken on a scenic trail ride or thrilling guided gallop on beautiful and well-trained rescue horses.
WEATHER WARNING: April - May in Mountain Green are extremely unpredictable weather-wise. We make every possible attempt to warn HipCampers of inclement weather coming through but please understand Spring is wet and Winter is cold and there is not much we can do about that!
PLEASE NOTE: The bathroom is located in our house and has a flushable toilet and shower with hot water. Parking is in our driveway. You must walk a few hundred feet to get to the campsites. You cannot pull straight up to the campsite. We look forward to having you camp with us!
- Check in: After 10AM
- Check out: Before 3PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
- Response time: Within an hour
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Second Chance Ranch in Utah.
River, stream or creek
Runs April - July only
The vibe at Second Chance Ranch
Places to see near Second Chance Ranch
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Jessie and Shaun were fantastic hosts! Upon arrival, they helped us to our campsite and had mugs of coffee and hot apple cider waiting for us (we were camping in the cold!) They were kind and courteous to us the entire time and we even arranged a guided horseback ride with them! I would definitely recommend!
Staying at Second Chance Ranch was a unique experience. We enjoyed being around all their well treated rescue animals :)
It offers river side camping, which hearing every day was lovely. It was not as secluded as expected, though - it is right on a highway. The campsite is only accessible by walking down to from the highway, which made things more challenging than expected. Two of the neighbors on the other side of the river came to say hello, too, which we enjoyed - but they thought we were homeless haha.
It had been raining a lot before we got there and the ground was pretty wet being right by the river, so we slept in my Jeep (which was already set up to sleep in). Something to keep in mind, depending on when you may be staying there.
Overall, we enjoyed our stay but met some challenges along the way.
Lots of animals
We enjoyed our time at Second Chance Ranch. My kids got to brush horses and interact with bunnies, chickens, pigs and dogs. FYI - parking is in their driveway and the bathroom you can use is in their house. Camping is down by a creek so you don’t park near where you camp. If you are looking to interact with your hosts and some animals then this is a great choice.