Private camping rentals at Alhambra

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Area
21 m²

Your host, Elaine

Member since March 2021. Be the first to stay here and share the HomeCamper spirit.

Amenities

  • Animals welcome
  • Drinking water
  • Barbecue
  • Electricity
  • Wireless internet
  • Internet
  • Shower (in house)
  • Fridge (in house)
  • Horses welcome
  • Stable
  • Bicycle storage
  • Parking onsite
  • Picnic table
  • Campfire allowed
  • Self-service bikes
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Description

Here you will find quite nature waiting to be explored through walks in forest and field. Ponds are good for gazing and to listen to frogs and birds. Besides wildlife there are farm dogs, horses and free range chickens who will beg you for food the whole time you are here. You can bike for miles on rural roads where you can see cattle farms, fields and creeks. Sit by the pond at night in the gazebo or tree swing or on the comfy park benches that over look the field and forest at sunset.

The setting

There are various natural areas such a forest and open areas where you can hike. Benches are out to view the sunset in the evening.

The spots

We have a shaded spot for RV and camper parking. Tents may be pitched closer to the forest which sits above a floodplain.

The sanitary facilities

Restroom and shower appointments available.

The amenities

Besides electric and water hook-up, we can provide for other needs if it is something we have. Showering is available if scheduled ahead of time. Tableware is available, bbq grill and charcoal, fishing poles, bikes. Internet is available closer to the house where there are benches and adirondack chair and a fire pit. Fridge is available near the RV/camper site. If garden vegetables are in season, visitors are welcome to have some.

The activities

Hiking is available to a small oak-hickory forest and to a floodplain. Biking is available on the road that are sparsely traveled, wood is available for fire pit, picnic table is also there.

Other things

There are several interesting sites to travel to such as the Riverlands Migratory Bird Sanctuary on the Mississippi River, St. Louis zoo is 35 minutes where you can see white pelicans, large swans and American Eagles and if you look up high, the Mississippi Kite. Pere Marquette State park is some miles further on the amazing River Road (Route 100) to Grafton, IL Grafton is a small town with ferries, wineries and bars and pubs of all kinds. The world renown Missouri Botanical Garden is also about 35 away. The new St. Louis aquarium, large ferris wheel and St. Louis Arch are popular sites to visit in the city. And for kids - the City Museum is mind blowing and a one-of-a -kind attraction.


Rules

All families are welcome as well as their dogs or horses. We have extra stalls for horses if yours vacation with you. We have free range chickens, so if you dog is chicken-chaser, I will need to lock up the chickens that day and they will be sad and give us very mad looks or you can keep your dog on a leash. An introduction to the stable is required prior to meandering out there. Respect for all animals (wild or domestic) and nature are expected at all times.

Extras

Possibility of breakfast ($7 / person)

Omelet with fresh vegetables made from farm fresh eggs or eggs of your choice, toast and coffee.


Activities

  • Trails
  • Well-being
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Location

Exact location information is provided after a booking is confirmed.


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