Right on hwy 6. Working farm host and site on 640 acres. Area is flat with plenty of turn room. There is a dump station in the town of Imperial at the fair grounds. The site is located away from the house and shop buildings. It is next to the corals where the water and power is. We have wonderful water and your welcome to fill up.
Pets on leash
9 pm quite.
We go to sleep early and wake up with the sun
Directly off HWY 6. Gravel dirt to get to site. Easy access plenty of turn room.
Next to rig
We do enjoy travel but will welcome guests while home.
Lake Champion. Enders Lake. Good walking and running trail road between farmed fields. No thru traffic. Some of the most beautiful sun rise.
The spot was beautiful and relaxing. The host was very helpful. She directed us to the spot and even helped us to a free dumping station in the morning on the fairgrounds. She gave us a gift from the farm. Extremely friendly and amazing host.
Very nice folks
It had been 30 years since I set on a combine— Dale was kind enough to let me
Ride a for a while as he cut soybeans
Byought back a lot of good memories
Thanks Dale for sharing this experience
Also, thanks to Dale and Elisa for sharing their space with us
If you come through Arkansas we have a place reserved for you
Chris and Elka
The experience of being on a farm for the last two days has given us a tremendous renewal of appreciation for our farmers.
This was to be a rest stop on our way back to Georgia. Instead we got a two day crash course on farming, Nebraska style. The scale of operation here is overwhelming. Machinery so large that it defies imagination. Farmland that stretches as far as the eye can see. Feed lots with over 50,000 head of cattle, mountains of corn so high that I counted six bulldozers on top moving the corn around. Work begins long before the sun comes up and continues until long after the sun sets in the afternoon.
Our hosts, Dale and Elisa, were amazing in so many ways. We came as strangers and left as friends. I'm already missing them. I'm hoping that our paths will cross again one day, otherwise we will be planning a trip back to see them again.
Absolutely wonderful location and terrific hosts. I was gifted with a local newspaper, information about the area, a postcard and a bag of kidney beans, homegrown by the host.
Getting a tour of the farm and equipment was an eye-opener. I think we made a great connection. I would go back again!
Elisa and Dale provided a nice level campsite with a welcome package. I spent a part of the afternoon planting winter wheat with Dale on his drill and swapping stories. An interesting visit with a very nice couple.
I’m glad I spent 2 nights here. All hosts have been awesome so far but I felt like I was visiting family here. After I inquired about a local church they invited me to go with them. Then we had some awesome burgers at Sweden Cream, which I would highly recommend. Imperial is a very lovely little town. There is a long service drive that’s great for walks & bike rides. This is a great place to see lots of stars too, just remember the bug spray as mosquitos may be active.
We were very fortunate to stay with Dale & Elisa on their amazing farm. They were very gracious hosts. They showed us the amazing equipment that they use to work the farm and talked to us about the long history of their family farm. I have always respected the work that our farmers do but now I have a new found respect. We visited for a good amount of time and exchanged information about RVing. On the subject of RVing, we were treated to a tour of their beautiful new 5th wheel.
The camping spot we had was private, quiet & beautiful. You truly heard the "sounds of silence". When we visit this part of the country again this farm will certainly be a stop we will plan! Dale & Elisa, thank you!