Camp Topisaw is our home--95 acres on the beautiful Topisaw Creek in southwest Mississippi. Here we raise lots of things--wonderful children, loud guineas, hardy palm trees--and make lots of things--shea butter soap, natural wax candles, healthy skin care products. We offer mail order of our products via our website or you may stop by our shop, Topisaw General Store, in historic downtown McComb. We're located at 105 Main Street and serve lunch Tuesday-Saturday. Shop for all our soaps, candles and skincare products plus local and regional craft. We also sell our products each month at the Baton Rouge Arts Market (1st Sat of the month) in conjunction with the ever-popular Red Stick Farmers' Market.
Be sure to stop by our shop in historic downtown McComb to shop our full line of Camp Topisaw soaps, skincare + natural wax candles.
Baton Rouge Arts Market. 1st Saturday of each month, February-December (the first 3 Saturdays in December!). Downtown Baton Rouge Louisiana. From 8-12 a.m.
We wholesale our soaps, skin care products and natural wax candles to shops across the country! Custom labeling is available. We can also provide custom favors for weddings and special events
My children and I visited Camp Topisaw, and I would highly recommend visiting and/or purchasing products from this wonderful family! My children loved seeing and getting to pet the animals, gathering eggs, feeding the animals; and I loved learning how they grow food and animals using the natural cycle of life--the way things are supposed to be! I really like the soaps, lotion, and candle I bought! It's a great family farm if you're looking for a fun and educational field trip, or if you just want some good, quality soaps and lotions (you can order off their website). I loved it!
My Son and I also went to Camp Topisaw with Sharon, Bethany, and some more of our friends. I learned a lot about living on a farm. My Son who is 4, enjoyed petting and feeding the animals.... [more]
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We visited the farm with Sharon. We also had a great time and lots of fun. Paxton is three and doesn't care much about how the things grow or how organic they are, but he had a great time feeding the animals and gathering eggs.... [more]