Pitch your tent, with a private fire ring on our secluded 2 acre site on a pond and across the street from the 70 Acre - Johnson Creek Prairie Restoration Area. The property is unique with one of our Honey Bee Hives on the property, plenty of Firewood and wood to scavenge. Listen to the croaking frogs and listen to the birds.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 30% off
The vibe at 2 Honey Acres
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Host was excellent! He provided water and tons of firewood to make our trip a good one. Most sides of the campsite is greenery and a pond. Meaning, there are plenty of morning birds and fireflies at night to make your trip worth while.
The campsite is near town and Johnson Creek Outlet, since it is at the beginning of a private cul-de-sac. You're far enough away from properties though so others cannot see you and you can experience camping however you please! Worth checking out.
It is so serene and peaceful here. A hidden gem in the middle of nowhere yet close to convenience stores. I rose with the sun to make coffee over the fire. The sunrise over the pond is absolutely beautiful. Hearing the cranes that live on the pond was one of the best parts. It is a magical place filled with songbirds, butterflies, toads and frogs. The water station and wood station make camping here a breeze. We will be back for sure. The honeybees do not bother you one bit they are way too busy! Our host had wood in our pit waiting for us and there was more wood than we needed. We actually got lost using the address given so using coordinates would be much more accurate. Regardless, Jay was readily available and talked us thru how to get to the site and sent the coordinates and we got there safe with a little detour. He was extremely kind and helpful. We stayed for two nights and couldn't have been happier with our little getaway. Thanks Jay.