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The best camping near Mooresville, North Carolina.

Look at this site!
Admiring the pastures outside
Beautiful skylight!
baby
Plenty of room for the little ones to terrorize!
Cole
Cole: If you're looking for a relaxing night or two and are hip to peace signs and tye dye th...
This was my favorite spot.
A creek that cooled off our feet and keep the animals hydrated.
Micro greens looking happy!
What a great idea to mix their water and food in a pool!
Fresh picked strawberries are perfect for camping!
Erin + Caroline
Erin + Caroline: On a recent road trip, Caroline and I stopped at the Homestead Asili. Located in the to...
Picnic table and fire pit for your use
Mariposa Farms
Mariposa Farms
Who wants to play some sand volleyball?!
Our first goats, Opie & Sophie, who now have a baby boy, Robbie :)
Mariposa Farms
100% 3 Responses
$40/night
Alexa
Alexa: We had a great stay at Fantasy Farm! Kirk was super friendly and helpful and we even ha...
There are multiple spots (the yard is tiered) for you to pitch your tent. We picked one closest to the bathroom and barn.
Maverick being a goof
The space between the barn and our campsite was ample room for the dog to run around and fetch
Pooch enjoying the outdoors in front of our tent.
Sunset against the barn
Emilia
Emilia: We loved our stay at New Hope Horse Farm! It was quiet and with no light pollution, we ...
Crows Crest
Crows Crest
Crows Crest
Crows Crest
Crows Crest
Joyce
Joyce: Pitch your tent near the edge of the woods and have complete privacy from the main...
You can stay in the Bell Tent, the Tiny House Camper, ir bring your own tent
Jungleland!
Enjoy magical sunsets from the dock at night
Jungleland!
Jungleland!
Eve
Eve: Camp out next to the marsh on private 2 acres set back under a canopy of Live Oaks,...
Primitive River Camping
The beach spot
The rapid view spot
Doggies love the river!
Primitive River Camping
Anna Young
Anna Young : Pitch your tent beside a flowing, beautiful, secluded river. Choose any spot you would...
There is a campfire ring in the yard behind the tree house, a perfect arena for roasting marshmallow.
A perfect corner for extreme relaxation. This couch could also be extended to become a small secondary bed.
The step ladder will lead to the main sleeping area. The kitchen include numerous cabinets which are great for storage.
Plenty of room to string up your hammock for some outdoor relaxation.
In the fall, the hills are a beautiful patchwork quilt of colors. The tree house is hidden inside. photo credit to Jenny Trask
Hung
Hung: Babbling Brook Tree House exceeded all of my expectations. The cabin is built sturdily,...
A peaceful and quiet night on the pond.... Priceless!
The ripple of the water over the rocks makes for great sounds for snoozing...
The creek water relaxes and rejuvenates.
Lie back, relax, and enjoy the creek view!
Evey
Evey: Great hosts! Very friendly and helpful.
A lovely sunset view.
Outdoor Honeysuckle Shower.  Heated water source.  Towels provided.
Entrance to the field.
A view of the fire pit
Helayna
Helayna: Come on over and pitch your tent in our wide open field! Great for nighttime...
The Cabin as you drive up. It sits on a hill overlooking the pasture and the pond.
A beautiful bespoke kitchen awaits you and bathes the cabin in sun both morning and afternoon sun.  The pendant light above the sink was hand made from a wagon wheel spoke that Alyce's father used when he farmed the land.
There's a beautiful little trail that takes you across the pasture through a fence and around the perimeter of the 55 acre farm. At sunset it's particularly bucolic.
The still pond in the morning light makes for a beautiful and silent contemplative moment
Maw and Paps Tiny Cabin
Jacob
Jacob: We were just here this weekend and loved it. Everything about the cabin is just amazing...
South Fork of Mitchell River
Easy drive
Must see
forest water
forest
erick
Erick: Pitch your tent along the rumbling South Fork Mitchell River or choose between 2...
Camping out with our kids in Summer camp.
Our barn. Look for the Red Barn when arriving at our farm.
Our Pumpkin patch on sunset hill.
Pony Rides!
Guided Trail rides, Dinner Date rides Birthday parties and more.
Jacob
Jacob: Set up camp on rolling hills with beautiful views.   Camp out and enjoy the company of...
Sleep beside beautiful mature trees.
Driveway to parking area. Turn down into the grassy field.
Parking area.
Pick this spot?
How would your tent look here?
Jessecca
Jessecca: Pitch your tent in our secluded forest of poplar and oaks. No building, roads, or...
Equestrian Escape
Equestrian Escape
Equestrian Escape
Equestrian Escape
Equestrian Escape
Evie
Evie: Horse trailer just renovated set on a lovely horse training facility. Guests enjoy a...
Upper entrance to the campsite.
View of barn.
Pastures
Rustic cabin by the pond.
Seven, very calm and beautiful horses here on the farm.
Sherri
Sherri: Come and pitch your tent in our park like setting by the pond and springs. You will...
Tough Enough Rodeo & Campground
Tough Enough Rodeo & Campground
Tough Enough Rodeo & Campground
Tough Enough Rodeo & Campground
Tough Enough Rodeo & Campground
Stanley
Stanley: At Tough Enough Rodeo and Campground, we have 49 acres, 25 miles of horse riding...
Horses love quests!
We have goats.
Our fire area
Farm Life Views
Beautiful!
Scott
Scott: The land and horses were beautiful! The site didn't have any shade and we only saw the ...
The beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains!
Mountain Views
Mountain Views
Mountain Views
Mountain Views
Porter Ranch,Inc.
Porter Ranch,Inc.: Unplug and enjoy a gorgeous view! There is a well for water and a fire pit but no other...
The Kelley Family bought the property in 2003. The Brooks family owned the land from the earliest 1800's.  Connie & Nerce Brooks were the last of  the Brooks family to live on the property and there are great stories from neighbors in regards to both.
View of the cabin from the creek. That porch was a dang dream.
So you've gotta climb a ladder to get to the beds in the main cabin area, which I pretended was like a Class 3 climb as I was trying to find motivation to go down and make breakfast.
Carved wooden chairs near the fire pit. Skipped using these since there were 3-4 inches of fresh snow acting as a seat cushion.
Icy steps, but only a couple.
Blake
Blake: Goodness gracious, if I could move here, I would. Perfect, simple cabin to escape from ...