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Steepleview Farm Peaceful And Park Like

Space for 5 Rigs
Any size
3 nights maximum

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2 months max
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  • Slideouts Allowed
  • Generators Allowed
  • Barbecues Allowed
  • Lawnchairs Allowed
  • Pets Welcome


  • Wifi
  • Pull-Through Parking
  • Tow Vehicle Parking
  • Off-Leash Area


We began homesteading Steepleview Farm 35 years ago. We turned an abandoned farm into a paradise. With nature trails, wide open spaces, a beautiful 1 acre lake, dock and gorgeous skies you can relax, take a walk, fish, feed the horses, feed the chickens and enjoy a truly relaxed time with nature. We are an educational farm and love to talk about how to reconnect with the earth, get back in rhythm with the seasons and join the harmony of nature all around. Lots of wildlife to see, plenty of birds, huge skies, great sunsets, astounding sunrises and privacy. There is a lot of history here from the major old Buffalo Trail that wound through this country, to the location of an old one room school house on the property, to an intriguing connection to a mob hideout right next store, you will come for the quiet, stay in peace and leave with stories to tell. For more information visit our website or give us a call. We hope to see you HERE!

House Rules


No fires except in designated fire rings and only upon granted permission.

If you see any tree stands or blinds
along the way, please do not climb into
or on any of them, they may be unsafe

** Watch bees in our bee yard from a safe distance. **

Do not cut or pick any vegetation
without permission.

** Do not open or enter any buildings
except the horse barn where a supply of
carrots is usually right inside
and in sight for you to feed the horses
over the fence.

** Feed horses carrots at arm’s length **

While on our nature walk, please
be aware that the ground may be uneven,
roots, rocks and slippery spots
will be encountered.
Appropriate footwear and leg protection
rom the occasional thorny growth,
sticks, stumps etc. is advised.

The longest trail is approximately 1 mile,
there are shorter trails and comfortable
wildlife viewing areas to rest.

This is not a “hike” so to speak,
but intended to be a leisurely stroll
under the canopy of large trees
with informational signs along the way.
However, some hills may be steep
and some parts of the trail require exertion.

Because all recreational activity
at Steepleview Farm is free of charge
we are exempt under Kentucky Law
from any and all liability.
Have a SAFE and Enjoyable Visit!

Access Road Conditions

First and foremost: Do Not use our property address in your GPS. It takes you to our private drive.

Instead use the directions we provide you once we accept the stay.

Some hills on the road to the farm but alternate route is available if you need it.

No tight corners, no overhead issues for any size rig

Tow Vehicle Parking Details

We are a large farm with plenty of parking that accommodates thousands at a time during events. So we have lots of parking available of all sorts to suit you.


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Sparta, KY, United States of America

Suggested Local Attractions

We are near "The Ark Encounter", a craft distillery, the Kentucky Speedway NASCAR track and lots of state parks.

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References for Steepleview Farm Peaceful and Park Like


September 2020

Beautiful Land and Gracious Hosts

Wow! What an experience! It is obvious from the moment you pull up to Steepleview Farm that Mark and his wife have spent quite a bit of time and money to accommodate RVs of every size. There are large open fields with white gravel driveways to ensure easy pull through access.

The land is well maintained with many garden plots (the RV parking was near the sunflower plot). Mark and his wife were very welcoming and invited us to explore the grounds including the barn where the horses are, the chicken coop, their produce stand (where we bought two jars of their homemade salsa), and the miles of hiking trails spread throughout their 100+ acres of land.

We arrived in a 22 foot camper being towed by a Toyota 4runner. We overheard Mark mention that they had someone arriving in a 40 class C with a trailer in tow. They will have no problem accommodating any size RV. We had between 2 and 3 bars of Verizon 4G cell coverage.


August 2020

Great place to stay

Had a wonderful stay at their beautiful farm. Good parking site, we purchased fresh vegetables from their farm stand.
The host were very friendly,
We enjoyed a beautiful sunset sitting in their field next to the beautiful sunflowers.
We will definitely be stopping there again.