About this listing
Gorgeous, isolated primitive camping (not a campground!) in central Kentucky surrounded by hills and natural beauty. Fishing available, perfect roads for bicycles. Enjoy nature and wildlife. Prepare yourself for a unique adventure! Tour owner's farm!
Welcome to the wilderness! Gorgeous site(s) for camping and getting away from it all. No amenities except lake and beautiful vies, sunrises, and sunsets! You bring camping gear and a desire to rough it. Cook over the campfire, watch the stars, fish in the lake and hike in the woods; watch the wildlife. No one will bother you. Enjoy!
Your choice of where to camp on hills in the midst of gorgeous Kentucky countryside surrounded by hay fields. Farm is 65 acres, and is surrounded by hundreds of acres with no neighbors. There is no running water, and you must bring in all your gear except firewood. There is a fire circle atop one hill. Expect a quarter mile walk from vehicle to site, down and up hill, or you can camp at the bottom of the hill.
While here, feel free to hike through the forest, fish from the pond, play in the mud and romp on the hills.
When finished, please be considerate and clean up after yourself, taking out anything you brought in.
Location is halfway between Cincinnati and Lexington, off I-75 -- in the middle of nowhere! Great place to wear out the kids, do a nature hike, have a scouting outing or a Native American themed camp out.
I'm happy to answer any questions. Note that the drop down boxes do not allow for accurate answers in this instance, for example, there are no beds. You bring your own!
If you're staying a few days, you're welcome to use my shower at the house and get water there too. Just bring a container.
Please tell me if you're bringing children and how many. It probably isn't a great place to bring kids under five.
You'll have access to a fishing lake, seasonal creek, and acres of solitude.
Interaction with Guests
If you're staying for a few days, you're welcome to use the house shower, and you can fill your water supply here at the farm. Farm tours are also available depending on weather and schedule.
I live past the edge of civilization in some of the most beautiful country on earth. The winding roads are a cyclist's dream come true. Bring your bikes and ride for miles without seeing a car.
Leave no trace. Anything you bring in goes out. Be respectful of nature and be careful. Smoking allowed outside. Reasonable fire precautions expected.
Host is not responsible for accidents or injuries.
You may want to bring some basic tools such as a saw for firewood, scythe for grass.
Pets are welcome as long as they are within your control and not chasing my sheep or poultry!
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