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Primitive Camping

HIKE IN and DRIVE IN CAMPSITES

​BBA is an off-grid campground:

No Electric Hook Up

No Water Hook Up

No Formal Roads

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Campsite 1

We welcome all styles of camping at this site. Very level, shady, and our best option for campers under 18 feet, roof top tents, or popups. Plenty of space for extra tents and hammocks. Only a few steps away from a large field for stargazing or charging solar devices. Convenient access to hiking trails on site.

CAMPSITE 1 REVIEW

"We came back a second time because we love how far away it all feels, even though you're only a few minutes from civilization!" Eileen

"Highly recommend!" Brett

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Campsite 2

A tent and hammock campsite, mostly level, shady and tucked 8 feet above a babbling, shallow, rock bed river. The site does not have a guard rail or fencing, caution is required. Guests park at the top of the main trail near and hike in on a short but steep path (1/10th of a mile). Includes wood seating for two.

CAMPSITE 2 REVIEW

"Beautiful and peaceful! The sound of the creek was so lovely and walking it was a nice way to pass time during our stay. The trail is very short but steep, and we wish we would’ve packed better." Anna

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Campsite 3

All styles of camping welcomed at this site, situated closest to the comfort station, shady, and on the outskirts of a large field. It has a very slight slope in the parking portion, but has at least 3 level tent options and plenty of trees for hammocks. Guests can sometimes hear the rushing creek below. Easy access to hiking trails.

CAMPSITE 3 REVIEW

"Belle and Beau Acres is an excellent camping getaway. We liked how private the campsites were and the few trails made for perfect short hikes. The streams and waterfall are awesome!" Steve

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Campsite 4

A hike in tent and hammock campsite, level, shady, and tucked about 8 feet above a shallow, rock bed river. The site does not have a guard rail or fencing, caution is required. Guests park at the top of the main trail near the picnic area and hike in on a short but steep path (1/10th of a mile). Includes wood seating for four.

CAMPSITE 4 REVIEW

"We stayed by the river for the 2017 Solar Eclipse and it was above and beyond. Christine and her family are the perfect hosts. We couldn't be more thankful to them for sharing their property with us." Kristin

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Campsite 5

Vehicles cannot park inside the campsite due to varying levels of terrain but this tent and hammock site is level, shady, and large. One roof top style rig or a small popup can setup at the entrance of the site, but it's tricky. There is a short, private trail to a small, spring-fed creek. An overlook of the forest hillside is best observed in spring and fall. Site 5 is very easily accessible by vehicle from the entrance of the campground.

CAMPSITE 5 REVIEW

"10/10 experience! We couldn’t of had a better experience. Beautiful property! Will 100% be back." Anna B

"We had a great time here! The pictures didn't do justice to how nice it really is." John

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Campsite 6

A small leaf bed campsite with a down-hill slope. Popular for overnight travelers looking for a quiet place to park and rest. Due to the challenging slope, guests should plan for only one tent or a teardrop style camper or small popup that has leveling options. Plenty of spots to hang extra hammocks. Easy drive in access for vehicles but can only park at the front of the site.

CAMPSITE 6 REVIEW

"Miss this place already! We had an absolutely joyous time camping here. Highly recommend staying for a couple of nights or more." Kelly

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Campsite 7

All styles of camping welcomed at this level, drive up campsite. Located along the woods section, among old forest growth, shady, and plenty of hammock hanging options.

CAMPSITE 7 REVIEW

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Campsite 8

Setup your hammock alongside the upper spring system that gently cascades down to our waterfall. This hike in campsite is nestled on a sloping hillside, with one small flat area for gathering around the campfire. Includes wood seating for two guests.

CAMPSITE 8 REVIEW

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Campsite 9

All styles of camping welcomed at this drive-in campsite. Site 9 is the most easily accessible by vehicle from the entrance of the campground. There is enough space to park a vehicle at the entrance and also within the campsite. There is a rock fire pit ring with a heavy duty custom grill grate to cook over the fire. There are two sections level enough for tents and plenty of trees for hanging hammocks, as well as some mildly sloped spots for additional tents. It is a leaf bed campsite surrounded by a fern forest and situated on the outskirts of a large field great for star gazing. This site is also very close to the entrance of our Spring Trail.

CAMPSITE 9 REVIEW

"We recently stayed at this primitive campsite with our two young daughters, ages 2 and 5, and had a wonderful time! It was located in a beautiful forest with easy and scenic walking trails. The host was also very nice and friendly. It's the perfect place to get away from it all and enjoy the beauty of nature, especially for families with young children. I would recommend bringing a camping table or other flat surface to use as a picnic table."  Jesse

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