A quiet spot where you can rest for the night, or camp for a couple days. In the middle of farm country and remote enough to be away from it all, but, within 10 miles of the city. You have an option to pull off the road and hook up to 30 Amp electricity and water, or for the real adventurous, you can head out to the primitive site near the woods. Hiking trails are available in the woods for your enjoyment... note: the map shows Centerville, but we are a little farther south of I-70 and west of US 27.
Stay out of the barn and the orchard due to deer proof electric fence that runs the perimeter.
Paved county road to get to the house. Pull through available to 30 Amp service and water hookup when the ground is dry/firm; otherwise, backing required or 3-pt. turn in driveway. I will let you know if ground can be parked on; I have two spots on the lawn where I park my travel trailers. Primitive camp site is also available for anyone who wants to park their rig and tent camp or sleep out under the stars, or sleep in the small trailer when it's parked down there.
If towing a trailer, tow vehicle and trailer may park on lawn for 30 AMP / water hookups. If RV towing a vehicle, RV may park on lawn after unhooking vehicle (TOAD) on gravel driveway.
We travel a lot on the weekends; but, give us a shout at least a day in advance; we'd love to host!
Warm Glow Candle factory, Whitewater State Park, Brookville Reservoir, Earlham College, Model T Museum, Antique Alley along US 40, Cardinal Greenway bicycle trail.
mcampbell65 were such lovely hosts! We contacted them very last minute; and even though they had a busy evening of prior commitments, they accepted our request and gave us a warm welcome.
We were able to quickly set up, make dinner, and enjoy some time in our lawn chairs enjoying their beautiful country setting.
It was a hot evening and they graciously offered us a power hook up. To top it off, they gave us a gift of their yummy cider!!
A huge thank you to these hosts!
PS: The early morning correspondence on how to get around the traffic was awesome and worked out perfectly!
The Campbells made us feel welcome from the moment we arrived, offering us use of electric and water, some amazing homemade cider, and an invitation to visit by the campfire after dinner. Their orchard and farm are beautiful, the area safe and quiet, and the conversation engaging. We had much in common and talked at length around the fire: about our interests, our travels, and our life experiences. We were sorry to have to leave the next morning. We will definitely stop next time we pass this way and hope to get a chance to view some of M's photography. The Csmpbells are a lovely couple and very gracious hosts. We highly recommend boondocking at The Clan Campbell Farm and Orchard.
These hosts are the very best. I enjoyed every minute that I got to spend with them. The hostess's dad was there and what a wonderful conversationalist he is. Among all of us, through the evening, the conversation meandered from fishing to rattlesnake bites to REM sleep disorder to riding bicycles to making apple cider to grandchildren and a lot more. I would go back again just for more such conversations.
When you arrive at this location, do expect to be ‘spoiled’ by these hosts. They accommodate you with electrical and water hookups, a pint of their own hand-pressed cider, a roaring campfire and, if the timing is right, a plate of freshly baked chocolate chip cookies. These people really know the area well and answered every one of our questions. It’s easy to feel their love of hosting traveling RVers. Conversations around the campfire with them and another BW couple were informative and interesting.
We strongly urge you to consider Clan Campbell Farms & Orchard. You’ll be happy you did!
Bri & Jud
Homesteader hospitality! Wonderful stay sharing campfire, orchard conversation and exquisite apple cider.
We sat sipping home made hard cider on a glider overlooking the fields and near by woods, as we chatted into the evening with our gracious hosts. As an extra we were given some fresh picked asparagus to enjoy with our evening meal. Wow, what a lovely first for us using the Boondockers Welcome site. We had both water and electric hook up as well as were able to access a dump site. Our talented, professional hosts were helpful in every way possible. An A++ for these new friends
What a lovely stay at Clan Campbell Farm & Orchard! You can watch the sunset and rise from their yard. Peaceful, lots of walking trails, and electricity and water! Mark & Teresa are really nice and shared some of their pressed apple cider with us. It was very tasty. We appreciated our chats, directions, and ideas about where to go. Thanks so much! Leanne, Robert, Emi, & the Kids
My hosts were amazing. Very accommodating and helpful. Had full 30amp elec and water. Walked their property with my dog on nice mowed trails.
And they gave me a gift of hand pressed apple cider. It is delicious.
I am now going to be friends on fb and stay in touch.
Great first experience.
Slept so well. They were so hospitable. Want to return every year when we visit our parents.
Great stay at the Campbell's. Good 30 amp hookup. Would stay again in a heartbeat. How about next year
M and his wife were very accommodating and generous. As their first guest I enjoyed visiting and sharing about travels.
They have a nice country setting and is reasonably quiet. Using the available electricity I was able to not freeze in early March. After leaving their place I visited the Model T Museum nearby in Richmond, Indiana. Thanks again. JG