Met us at property line. steered us to site. grass, old growth trees. horsies! Showing granddaughter other ways to camp than lifeless over-concreted campgrounds. will do it again.
Adamson Oaks was a beautiful spot between the pecan trees, perfect for a one night rest! We took our pups for a walk and enjoyed dinner at a local farm restaurant down the road. Learned a little about pecans too!!
Thank you so much....hope to be back soon.
Thank you again Ricki, little surprize when the first pecan fell on the roof..lol, love your farm.
This was a lovely stay under a shade tree on a working farm and I had the company of two beautiful horses. Be sure to ask to visit the tiny shop on your way out. Highly recommend.
What a great stay for an overnight, parked in between 100 year old Pecan grove and big peanut field, very peaceful. Ricki couldn’t have been a better host, took us on a tour of whole farm and meeting all her critters, what fun. We purchased home grown Pecans and Alpaca dryer balls. We were proud to be their first Boondockers, just a wonderful experience.