Private camping rentals at Harrison

Land for
15 ha

Your host, Kay

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


  • Animals welcome
  • Drinking water
  • Barbecue
  • Independent toilets
  • Parking onsite
  • Picnic table
  • Campfire allowed
  • Independent access
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Escape the daily hustle and immerse yourself in nature’s serenity at our brand new luxury camping site. Located amidst a shade tree canopy, We offer an idyllic vantage point with stunning views of Pinnacle Mountain.

Experience the ultimate comfort in a private yurt, perched on a raised platform, and indulge in the tranquility of the outdoors. Equipped with a queen-size foam pad, potable water, a charcoal BBQ grill, fire ring, picnic table, hammock, and a range of convenient amenities including a battery charger, fan, firewood.

A short hike from the roadway, we guarantee that the breathtaking experience is well worth the effort!

Prepare to be captivated by the enchanting night sky as you experience the grandeur of the Milky Way, watch fireflies dance through the trees at dusk, and observe wildlife roam through the field unaware that you are there.

We are constantly improving our services, and in the near future, plan to provide restrooms with hot showers for added convenience. For now, campers have access to an outhouse.

The setting

The property is located at the end of a county road with very little traffic. Access to the tree loft/yurt is behind a gate.

The spots

The clearing is surrounded by woods. There is also a hammock in the trees and shade on the campsite for a good portion of the day.

The sanitary facilities

The campsite has an outhouse and potable water supplied. We ask that all trash be carried out with you.

The amenities

BBQ grill, picnic table, hammock, fire ring, deck chairs, potable water, queen size foam pad, wagon for hauling gear from parking area.

The activities

The campsite is about one acre of a 38 acre property. Parts of the property can be explored/hiked. Within one hour of the campsite there is Buffalo River National Park, Branson, MO, and lakes Taneycome and Table Rock for fishing. We partner with a local fishing guide, Mozaark Fishscapes, for campers who are interested in a guided fishing trip visit (website hidden).

Other things

Access to the tree loft requires a short 3-minute walk from the parking area.


Fires: Campfires are only allowed in the provided fire ring. Dead and down material may be used however, living trees, shrubs and plants may not be cut or damaged. Remove all flammable material from around the fire ring to prevent its escape. Fires may be prohibited during burn ban conditions. Obey any special restrictions that have been issued or posted. When leaving the campsite area make sure the fire is DEAD OUT!

Pets: Guests are responsible for cleaning up after their pets. While a leash is not required outside, please note that there are dogs owned by neighboring properties that sometimes wander through the area. Please clean up after your pets.

Don’t Enter The Cabin Area: The cabin is rented as a separate property. Please do not use the parking area in front of the cabin or enter the area behind the cabin including the pond.

Respect Quiet Hours: Please respect quiet hours from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. Voices carry in the still of night and can disturb neighbors.

Pay It Forward: If you brought firewood and have no use for it at home, feel free to leave your extra firewood for the next guests.

Leave No Trace: If you moved the picnic table, or other items on the site, please move them back. If you created holes or trenches please fill these in, they can be dangerous for new campers.

Security Cameras: There are a few security/game cameras located in the woods around the property to deter trespassing and hunting. Please do not disturb the cameras if you stumble upon one.

Respect Nature: Please be mindful of the impact visitors have on Mother Nature. Never interact with wildlife, dig up plants or trees or cut down live trees for firewood. Please help us to protect this land and its inhabitants.
Keep It Clean: The golden rule of camping is to leave the campsite better than it was. Clearing out old brush and plant debris and raking a spot for the tent are great ways to improve a campsite and deter insects and critters.

Trash: Unfortunately, there are no trash pickup services available. Please remove any trash and take it with you.

Final Word: Breach of any of these camp rules is a breach of the terms and conditions of occupancy, as per the signed rental agreement. We reserve the right to evict guests or visitors from the property who violate the camp rules. If you’re unsure about any of the house rules and require further clarification, please do not hesitate to give us a call.


  • Canoe / Kayak
  • Fishing
  • Swimming
  • Trails
  • Well-being
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