We have very few rules, we do request that you keep your dog on a leash because we have a farm cat. We would prefer if guests could arrive before dark. Our place is rural and only lit with yard lights, so parking after dark can be difficult for some (plus, we'd like to settle in for the evening). Otherwise, we only ask that children be supervised and not allowed near the farm equipment.
Access is down 1/3 of a mile gravel road from paved county road. Gravel road is very well-maintained. In fall and spring we have very heavy farm equipment which packs the road really well. We use the road with a semi for unloading the grain bins so maneuvering into the camping area will not be a issue.
We have a very large area, you may leave towed vehicle attached to camper or unhook. We have a circle drive around the grain bins with lots of green grass. As long as the ground is solid for parking (spring yard can get soft, same as most campground) also have 125 x 125 cement slab for parking campers in spring, summer & fall; winter, it is buried in snow. We do have one year-round 50 amp gravel parking spot. There is water available to refill tanks and we currently have 2, 50 amp plug-in locations and several 20 amp 110 V locations. I am currently working on adding 4 more 50 amp locations and 30 amp110v locations. Horses are welcome, sorry we do not have any corrals for you to put them in; there’s a third of a mile lane that you can ride your horses up and down. Plus there’s miles of gravel roads around here.
We tend to go on last minute trips, but feel free to give us a shout and see if we can accommodate you. Winter, we can only accommodate one, maybe two, campers due to snow. We have one, year-round parking spot up by the machine shed with 50 amp service.