Tentrr Signature Site - Leaning Tree Woods

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Tentrr Signature Site - Leaning Tree Woods

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Room type:
Entire home/apt
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Accommodates:
6
Bedrooms:
1
Beds:
1
Bathrooms:
1

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Summary:

Far away from people but close to Grand Lake o' the Cherokees, this site offers the peace you seek. Recharge your mental batteries by just listening to the breeze whispering through the trees. Forest bathe in the beauty of the springtime woods. The Japanese call it shinrin'yoku. Watch for the deer passing through on their way for their morning corn ration. Take advantage of the mild winter before the summer heat kicks in. A propane heater inside the tent will keep you nice and warm. There is a path around the property that can be hiked in about 45 minutes. Grand Lake is part of the Northeastern Loop of the Oklahoma Fishing Trail and offers some of the best bass fishing around as well as catfish, crappie, and paddlefish. Campers are welcome to bring a bass boat to try their luck. Zena Cove has a public boat launch four minutes away and a secluded swimming hole is a half-hour walk down the hill. Paddle through the quiet coves of Drowning Creek and Woods Spring Branch with kayaks. For those who like a little more action, Mid-America Outdoors is less than 10 miles down the road in Jay. They have a thousand acres of off-road racing and they even offer UTV rentals. If you want civilization, you are 20 miles from Grove, 50 miles from Bentonville, AR to the east, and Joplin, MO to the north. Tulsa is 80 miles west.

The Space:

Let there be silence (except for the noisy birds!)

Guest Access:

This is an exclusive Tentrr Signature campsite. Tentrr partners with land owners to offer unique accommodations in beautiful outdoor spaces. Our campsites are off-the-grid which means they generally do not have access to electricity, wifi, or modern plumbing. Instead, they offer the chance to relax, unplug, and fully experience nature!

Your Tentrr campsite includes a 10'x12' (120 square feet) safari-style canvas tent on a raised wooden platform. Inside the tent you'll find one queen bed or a queen-size bunk bed (see photos for the exact setup). The tent is big enough for the bed plus one or two extra sleeping bags on the floor. Aside from the canvas tent, campers can also use the extra 5-person pop-up dome tent that’s provided. You'll also have a 6-ft picnic table, outdoor fire pit, 2 Tentrr Adirondack chairs, and a heating source to keep you warm and toasty at night.

Max Occupancy: This refers to the total number of campers allowed onsite with your reservation.

Toilets: Every campsite is equipped with a camp toilet (we call it the Tentrr Loo). This is a simple wooden box with a toilet seat and a bucket inside. To use, line the bucket with a CleanWaste Sani-Bag supplied at the camp prior to use. Afterwards, simply tie the bag up and place it in a trash bag. CleanWaste Sani-Bags use a NASA-developed gelling/deodorizing agent that helps prevent spills and keeps everyone safe and clean.

Showers: Every Signature campsite comes with a Coleman Sun Shower. The sun shower has a reservoir that holds up to 5 gallons of water, potentially enough for multiple showers. It's constructed of heat-locking material that warms the water when it's left in the sun, even on cool days.

What you should bring:

-S'mores supplies & any food you'd like to eat

-A cooler to keep your grub from spoiling

-Bedding and pillows

Other Things to Note:

Parking is beside the road unless you have a VERY SMALL car which can be driven down to the site. Watch for the Tentrr way finders to point the way to the camp site. If you see the signs for Arrowhead Hideaway, follow those until you see the Tentrr signs and then use those. Trailered vehicles are welcome, just contact me ahead of time for guidance on where you can park them. Firewood is supplied based on the honor system. Donations for the work an old lady does cutting wood is much appreciated! Be sure to check out our back country site, Nightsong Woods, if you want to bring your own tent and gear for primitive camping.

Interaction with Guests:

Upon check out, you should leave-no-trace of your stay and be sure your campsite is returned to its natural glory! While Tentrr does not charge a cleaning fee, we do expect campsites to be left how they were found. After you check out, take everything you brought in and be sure to leave your trash at the designated location on the property.

If a CampKeeper submits an incident report after your stay that details evidence of trash or damage to the campsite or the CampKeeper’s property, Tentrr reserves the right to charge a minimum cleaning fee of $50. Just make sure to follow the Camper Manual posted at your campsite and you'll be set!

Reservation Modifications/Cancellations: Please note the terms of the cancelation policy as they are outlined in your reservation confirmation on Airbnb. Your CampKeeper is unable to change or cancel your reservation on your behalf, and they are unable to waive any cancellation fees (if applicable). If you have any questions regarding your reservation, Tentrr Customer Support can be reached at (888) 798-9093 or at hello@tentrr.com.

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