Situated on 12+ acres of fields and woods on a former horse farm in rural Rose Township Michigan, we offer a quiet, serene location for a rustic camping experience with plenty of wildlife and nature. The property has been pesticide free for over 25 years now and in summer the fields glow brightly with fireflies every evening.
Lansing, Detroit, Bay City, Saginaw, Frankenmuth, Flint, Holly, Fenton, Port Huron, Ann Arbor, and yes even Hell are all an hour or less away.
Just 3 miles from both downtown Fenton or Holly and conventionally situated between M-59, M-23 and I-75
No frills, no hook-ups just peace and quiet all for free.
Water fill is a possibility if you have a long enough fresh water hose.
Possibly a 20amp electric hookup, however that is only if you have a very long extension cord.
If you park on the south end, you can run your generators to your hearts content if they are not too loud.
Pets are allowed but must be leashed and cleaned up after, no exceptions.
We normally ask for 24 hour notice, but contact us first if shorter. If we are available we will accept on shorter notice.
Children are welcome if you contact us before your reservation.
Two night stay, unless arrangements are made ahead of time.
Generators are allowed as long as they are quiet and not over overpoweringly loud.
We like the quiet of our country home, so please respect it.
Departure time 11:00am
0.1 mile off a paved road, and up a dirt driveway.
Semi tight left turn uphill into the driveway, so take it slow, but we make it with our 38' RV.
Large field to the right as you come through the gates is available for overnight stays
It is a great big field next to the treeline, so plenty of room to park.
We are pretty active during the summer and things change quickly, so if a time is blocked off feel free to contact us and it is very possible we can make arrangement to accommodate you.
We also close for the winter November 1st, but again contact us as the conditions may still allow for access for some time after that date depending on the weather.
Historic Holly has lots of great antique stores, and Fenton has plenty of top notch dining, parks and shopping.
Uncle Ray's in Fenton is nationally known for their homemade ice cream and the Fenton Hotel is one of the oldest restaurants in the state.
Kayaking opportunities are plentiful, as are swimming and boating.
This is a beautiful quiet site that was much needed. If you can get in and out of the driveway successfully (I didnt) it opens up to a beautiful , spacious, level spot. There were deer and turkeys roaming just outside our door. The host met us upon arrival and helped us with a water fill and guided us right to our spot. Over 45 OTA TV stations and good cell phone signal. Wanted to stay another day, but other schedules prevented it. Would HIGHLY recommend this BW spot!