Campground
Kelsey G.
Reviewed Jul. 1, 2019

Bucolic Oasis in Peaceful Indiana Countryside

Book a weekend at Heritage Alpaca Farm (be it in a tent, RV, historic cabin, or forest tensile) and you will not regret it. This well-kept farm is tended to by incredible hosts, Tim & Beth. They have put much love into their inviting and scenic country haven. 

As RV campers, we pulled into the circular driveway and parked with ease. A 30 amp hookup and water spigot are available within the recreation barn (along with ping-pong and often times Frost, the friendly Great Pyranese). From your rig you have a view of a small alpaca pasture and their covered event space.

Around the barn is a private fire pit, and Tim provided firewood upon request. Private toilets are a few steps away which are very clean. 

WHAT MAKES HERITAGE FARM A GEM:

SUNSETS: We loved walking the grounds at dusk, enjoying epic sunsets and watching the fireflies light up, as far as the eye can see. The bicentennial barn is stunning and wonderfully restored. It's great for an excellent up-close look at the alpacas. Tim is a wealth of knowledge about the docile creatures and happy to answer any questions.

FRESH EGGS: We enjoyed farm fresh eggs every morning from their free-range chickens.

COOL CREEK: A small creek runs across the back of their property. On a hot Summer day, it's a nice place to sit and cool off.

ITALIAN PIZZA: An Italian style wood-fired outdoor pizza oven on the grounds is fired up for community pizza nights. Check with hosts to see when they are doing their next pizza night al fresco.

ALPACA STORE: A boutique on property sells luxury alpaca goods like scarves, wraps, socks, and more. The perfect place to pick up Christmas gifts. In November, a local artisan market is hosted here.

BIKING: The roads around the farm are quiet and smooth and make for excellent bike riding.

SWING: A swing on the property is a fun pastime for kids....Or for a small adult with a childlike spirit :)

*The town of Kokomo offers any groceries or amenities you need and is only a 20-minute drive.

  • Freshly shorn alpacas in June (photo: Dave Pavlina @davepavlina)
  • RV 30 amp parking in front of the recreation barn. View from alpaca pen. (photo: Dave Pavlina @davepavlina)
  • photo: Dave Pavlina @davepavlina
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  • steps away from furry alpaca friends
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  • path to the big barn (bicentennial barn)
  • View of the rec barn and RV spot. Chicken coop to the right.
  • Sunsets here are picturesque. photo: Dave Pavlina @davepavlina
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  • Kids (or smallish adults) will enjoy the swing by the large barn.
  • RV 30 amp spot. Fire ring to the left. Bathrooms behind rig to the right. Chicken coop behind barn pictured.
  • Again with the sunsets...they never get old. (photo: Dave Pavlina @davepavlina)
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