Flat Creek Island at Hoofbeats
Pack a bag and bring a cooler. That’s it.
Our campsite has everything you need for a romantic getaway.
Inside your cabin tent, sleep in a deluxe camp bed, layered with the comforts of home and lit by lanterns with USB phone charging ports. Cook on the freestanding camp stove using a fully stocked kitchen; cookware, utensils, serving pieces, and well-appointed Pantry; oil, vinegar, spices, freshly ground coffee and hot cereals for your morning.
Nothing has been forgotten.
While here, you will be nestled in a secluded, mature forest, and entertained by the distant soft neighs and nickers of horses. Our friendly, socialized herd will delight you with their natural beauty.
Visit the local farm stand on your way to the Historic District on Main St. in quaint and quirky Sharon Springs. There you will find unique shops, eateries, and architecture.
Nearby there are Breweries, a Meadery, Winery’s, Cooperstown Baseball Hall of Fame, Howe Caverns and hiking at Vroomans Nose.
- Farmer's Market
- Road Biking
- Mountain Biking
- Large Canvas Tent
- Queen-Size Cot
- 5 Person Dome Tent
- Metal Grill
- Picnic Table
- 2 Lounge Chairs
- 5 Gal Water Container
- Dry Food Storage
- Outdoor Camp Toilet
- Outdoor Sun Shower
The Big Breakfast $22
12 eggs laid fresh by the hens at our farm, 1 LB of thick-cut bacon, 1/4 LB grass-fed butter, OJ and a small loaf of homemade bread for a hearty breakfast by the campfire.
An Equine Experience-Hands on Grooming and Socializing $80
Horses live as a herd family and have a unique nonverbal language. Learn how to say "Hello" to a horse and many OTHER ways horses communicate as you groom and handle one of our horses. 2 people.
Privacy Tent for your Camp Shower and Camp Toilet $5
Two room privacy tent. A USB rechargeable battery operated water pump hand held shower for solar or stove top heated water, and on the other side...your camp toilet with all the supplies you need.
Together with my husband George, we care for horses in a unique environment that mimics the movement, and social structure of the wild horse. To learn more, please visit us at www.hoofbeatsholistic.com