open March – November & By private appointment
We are still in our early stages of growth, and most campsites are currently primitive/without electric, water, or sewer. You are welcome to use our household facilities and common areas anytime during your stay if you wish to shower, cool off/warm up, or use an indoor restroom. You can also use our add-on options to have water, food, and portable batteries to charge your electronics delivered to your campsite in advance.
Expect nature to play a large part in your camping experience! Our area experiences thunderstorms, high winds, and torrential rains, so we encourage campers to watch the weather forecasts for zip code 26141 (or weather locations of Creston, Joker-Hur, or Annamoriah) in the days leading up to your trip. The landscape looks dramatically different between seasons, and you might want to be here to observe things like wildflowers, fall colors, or seasonal wildlife. Visit this page for details about timing your visit!
Park your vehicle just off our private road near the campsite, or drive right to the site in a 4WD, for minimal or no hiking required! This site offers a comfortable location with a scenic view of our valley, and an easy 5 minute walk up to the top of the mountain to take in the view any time of day. The site is secluded and not easily viewed from most angles on adjoining trails, though on rare occasions you may hear light ATV traffic on the in-road during the day from neighbors passing through or utility workers checking on gas wells. The main house is just on the next hill over, within ~10 minute walking distance or easily accessible by vehicle.
Benefits of this site:
-Large area cleared for multiple small tents or outdoor activities
-Stone firepit for campfires
Enjoy breathtaking mountaintop views on the end of this secluded ridge. Park just off our private in-road, and hike about 0.25 mile along a mostly flat well-maintained trail. This ridge features some of the best hardwood trees on the property, and provides ample opportunity for birdwatching, or glimpsing deer and other wildlife.
Benefits of this site:
-Easily accessible, while also very private
-Large mountaintop space provides multiple places for pitching tents, and conducting outdoor activities
Camp down the ridge from the main house in a secluded nook on the east face of our mountain. Park at the main house and hike a quarter mile downhill to the campsite. The setting allows great views of the sunrise, and occasional fog from the creek below. Adjoining trails are very low-traffic, and provide a scenic walk along the curve of our homestead mountain, with ample foraging opportunities during berry season.
Benefits of this site: highly secluded, with space for just one or two tents