Pitch your tent along the shores of the Bad Axe River. Enjoy a campfire and trout fishing in a quiet valley in the heart of the driftless region. Hike in or accommodations can be made with owners.
- Check in: After 11AM
- Check out: Before 3PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict (30 Days)
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
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Cory and Lynn were great hosts! They meet us at the road to our private campground near their creek, and gave us and our gear a ride down! The site was clean and private with a fire pit. Perfect for hiking, wildlife watching, star-gazing and simply enjoying nature!
Great adventurous camp spot
Our stay at Cory and Lynn’s secluded camp spot was great. We wanted to get away from the city and not be stacked on top of other Labor Day campers. This spot is very secluded and private, on a beautiful little patch of grass cleared along the Springville Branch of the Bad Axe River. Lots of trees, tall grass, flowers, and the sound of the water running over some rocks just upstream. Something to note: the camp spot is down in a valley/hollow and the trail that leads there is too rough and narrow for even a 4x4 truck/SUV to make it down and back up. If you are planning on hiking in/out, plan on 15-20 minutes each way. We had plenty of gear on this trip, so Lynn gave us a ride in her UTV on the first and last day, and we hiked out/in for the trips in between. A little extra effort, but totally worth it for the peace and quiet. Thanks Cory and Lynn!