Family farm consisting of pasture, pine tree forest, rolling hills and farm ponds. We have walking trails cleared through the forest or if preferred, we'll drive you around the farm on the UTV. Our grandsons like this chore and will gladly accommodate if homework doesn't interfere.
RV sites are adjacent to our farm shed where we store our RV's. This is located right across the public road from our house. This public road is safe for bicycle riding. The trails and pastures are the best for walking or running.
Our farm storage shed is equipped with potable water and 50 amp electricity. This is where we store our RV's. If you need to hook up, that's fine but we would appreciate a donation to our grandchildren's college fund. Dumping of black water is strictly prohibited.
There is a black water septic tank within 1 mile.
Paved roads all the way to our farm. Unpaved parking near our house. Depending on weather conditions; parking in open pasture is available.
Almost anywhere on ~200 acres. Next to RV
Don't leave until you've visited Sciples Mill. It's a 200+ year old water powered grist mill. See my video on facebook. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2MThLcZlLPs&t=10s=10s. Also visit the Choctaw Indian burial mound, Golden Moon and Silver Star Casino, and Williams Grocery. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eYjtupAyF5I.
We were the first guests to stay here and they were awesome. Easy pull in site with 50 amp and water. Pond for fishing and woods for a nice hike. He suggested visiting the gristmill and we were able to purchase wheat flour and grits. Also saw an Indian burial mound. They invited us in when the weather got bad. Such a nice couple. Will definitely return.