Camping

Camping sites


Wooded or mowed tent sites.
 

Cabins

Star House is a star-shaped cabin with double bed, no electricity or heat–open for seasonal use.

RV’s

 
Limited space is available for RV’s with electric hook up.

 

Shared space


Fully equipped outdoor kitchen includes stovetop, oven, refrigerator, running water, dishes, pots/pans, silverware, pots/pans, detergent, drinking water, and sheltered dining. Recycling for your bottles, cans, glass, cardboard is provided.

Solar heated shower, and outhouse with picture windows.

Meeting area has benches, lawn chairs, hammock, and porch swing.

Accessibility

 
The land is hilly and not accessible for wheelchairs. An electric golf car for mobility-impaired visitors is available.

Recreation

 

  • Campfire circle with free wood and starry nights.
  • Swimming in the clean 1/2 acre no-fish pond with floating dock.
  • Hike on ridge tops and heavily wooded trails, crossing several creeks and rock overhangs.
  • Other recreation is available nearby. Horseback riding, boating, state parks within 15 miles.

Group use

Exclusive use can be arranged for groups, with minimum of 10 and advanced deposit.

 

What to bring

 

  • Tents
  • Sleeping bags
  • Pillows
  • Towels
  • Sturdy Shoes
  • Rain gear
  • Flashlight
  • Sunscreen
  • Food and drink

If you are staying in the cabin, bring double bed bedding and pillows.

 

Pets

Pets can come with prior consultation.

 

What we require

 
Advance reservations required, no walk-ins. Directions and map sent with confirmation.

Please arrive before dark; there is no electricity available in campground. Camp at your own risk – we are not a business but are rural women and LGBTQ folk inviting other women and LGBTQ people to share the land

Absolutely no alcohol or drugs in the campground or pond area.

Respect for the land, no cigarette butts or litter on the ground. Use the compost and trash bins provided.

Donations requested


Camping per person

  • $7/night (members $5)
  • $42/week (two week limit) (members $30)
  • children 1/2 price.

Star Cabin per person

  • $12/night (members $10)
  • $72/week (two week limit) (members $60)
  • children 1/2 price.

New Hope Cabin (not pictured – rustic studio cabin with electric and running water)

  • $30/night (members $20)

Day recreation for hiking, swimming, and picnics

  • $4/day per person (members free)

No one will be turned away for lack of funds. Work projects possible if arranged in advance. For more information about membership, go to our Support page.

4 thoughts on “Camping

  1. Hi, I’m interested in staying in the Star House next week for one or two nights. How do I go about making a reservation? I left a phone VM message, too.

    1. The best way to make reservations is to call 740-448-6424 or to email us at subamuh@gmail.com. We don’t have constant email or phone access so it can take a couple of days to reply.

  2. Hi, I am on Fall Break the next two weeks. Would there be any availability for Star Cabin or any indoor stay? If not I would like to tent camp, probably for a shorter period. I plan to also call.
    Nance Dunn

    1. You could stay at Star Cabin, but a tent would probably be warmer! If you call, we will better be able to let you know if a room in a residents house is available. 740-448-6424.

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