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 offset our cost of power and water.
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.
Our host treated us to a 4 wheeler ride through his neck of the woods. Beautiful! You must see the Nanih Wauya caves of the Choctaw tribes! Thank you!
What a joy to be your guest. Our stay was wonderful. The facilities were great and your herd of ponies were so enjoyable.....especially the new born. What a great location you have. We look forward to experiencing a return stay in the near future. Thank you for a GREAT EXPERIENCE!!!!
PS. The grits and corn meal from Sciples Mill is very good.
Thanks for everything, we were going to come back and stay longer on the way home because of all the things you told us about around there. But due to RV issues we were only able to stay the one night. We did make it home in time for the medical procedure by 12 hours.....
Thanks for Everything and hope to use and see you again. Thinking about becoming a host ourselves.
Super hosts. If you go, you must go to the mill and Saturday is the best time because the owner is there grinding corn. Better yet, go the 1st or 3rd Sat. of the month and go back in the evening for the 'Water Mill Opry'. It was fantastic! If we are in the area again, we will definitely go back. We may even make it a point to go again because it was such a super experience.
Gorgeous area. Our host was friendly, a pleasure to speak with and very informative of the area. We felt very comfortable and enjoyed our one night stay, not nearly long enough. Highly recommend!
We had a great night’s sleep here. Hosts were great at communicating information we needed. Another great boondocking experience
This the first time we stayed with a host a second time. We loved staying here the first time & couldn't wait to request it again. Such a super couple & friends. Had to go to the grist mill to get more grits and Williams grocery for bacon. (Peyton & Eli Manning worked there when young.) We will see them again, here or there!
We were allowed to arrive at the property even though the hosts were out of town. Very easy to find and very easy to pull in and out. It is also very sweet to hook up to power and water. They have great trails to walk through the trees and fields with plenty of wildlife and farm animals. The hosts were so gracious and kind and really make you feel at home. Thank you for allowing us to relax and recharge at your beautiful spread. See you again next year!
We stayed at this location for two nights. The hosts were so welcoming and kind. They allowed our boys to visit their mini ponies and even explained some about them. They gave us some recommendations on where to sight see, but our boys had such a fun time exploring and playing we mainly stayed and relaxed. When we’re in the area again, we’ll be stopping by!
We received the warmest welcome from this incredible family. We immediately felt at home. Our host took us on a UTV tour of their beautiful property, pointing out walking trails, fishing pond, woods, miniature horses and cattle. They offered us hookups: 50-amp, WiFi and potable water. Our only regret is not being able to linger another two or three nights with this warm family and explore the local area. We plan on returning in the spring!
My host was very accommodating and welcoming. He showed me where the hook ups were and gave me directions to trails for mountain and street biking. He recommended nearby sites that he thought I may be interested in seeing. They were worth the short drive.
Some of the horses were across the street from my site. There are just beautiful. I was even welcomed by one of the family dogs.
I asked and was allowed to stay an extra night. I would highly recommend this location.
If you’re traveling east to west or Visa versa, I would definitely make this farm a stop en route. The owner gave me a wonderful tour including the indigenous Indian country property. The farm and surrounds are beautiful. There is a lot more to do than a 1 day stay over and I will be staying longer on my next stop.
What a great location if you just want to get away from the hustle & bustle! We spent 5 nights on this farm and the name says it all. The 200-acre farm is lovely and brought back a lot of memories. One of the biggest reasons I chose this location was its close proximity (about an hour’s drive) to my hometown of Columbus and my alma mater, Mississippi State University, in Starkville.
It was a pleasure getting to know dhutcher and his family. We discovered a lot in common and our host voluntarily spent time socializing and getting to know us. Hoping they will reciprocate and visit us in Pensacola sometime soon.
Absolutely loved staying here.
They were both super accommodating with our same day arrival and even helped me hook up my water and electric.
The site itself was super quiet, and we loved watching the horses in the early morning.
Princeton loved meeting Elvis, and we all hope we can come back to visit soon!
Our first experience using this site. SOOOO glad that it was here. The host was absolutely wonderful. He accepted our request within the hour, called me up and gave me wonderful instructions. Although he and his wife were away for the holiday weekend, he offered for us to join them at Kemper Lake. He told us of places to visit, took us on a tour of his beautiful 200 acre property packed with trails and ponds to explore. He told us the history of the area and had great conversation. He allowed us to park under his shelter since he was not there which was great as we could sit outside even when the rain came. He offered us use of his ATV to explore as well as his pool if we so chose. Had plenty of room for our dogs who loved exploring the trails and horses. Very quiet area. Easy to get into with our 35ft fifth wheel. Internet was great expect when it poured down rain. Water and electric were greatly appreciated because it was very hot. Would LOVE to return and stay again; hopefully get to know him and his wife more and hear more stories. Southern hospitality at its best! Thanks so much y'all!
Our hosts were super friendly and helpful. We enjoyed lots of good conversation.
It was easy to pull-through park. With some patients, we even found the spot that was perfectly level. The pull-through entry is plenty-wide but I recommend having a look at it before pulling in a larger rig, so you keep safely away from the ditch on either side. I had plenty of space with my 32ft 5th-wheel.
We look forward to the next visit.
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.