This is a designated camp area Pitch your tent or hang your hammock out in my backyard . We have provided a shelter and firepit so you can relax ,even if it rains. We have a porta john also .You can walk into the woods and pitch a tent or pitch it in the open area. We are close to highway 85, 40 minutes from Charlotte Motor speedway. We are close to High Rock Lake you can go
This is a designated camp area Pitch your tent or hang your hammock out in my backyard . We have provided a shelter and firepit so you can relax ,even if it rains. We have a porta john also .You can walk into the woods and pitch a tent or pitch it in the open area. We are close to highway 85, 40 minutes from Charlotte Motor speedway. We are close to High Rock Lake you can go to the nearby marina and rent a pontoon boat or just go fishing . Or you can visit historic downtown Salisbury . National White Water park is also nearby or Childress vineyards , Uwharrie National park area nearby, Ashboro Zoo ,Dan Nicholas Park. Spencer Transportation Museum. Close to many things but still hidden in the woods. Follow us on Facebook : Hippie Fest Crashpad 1620 This is our story , well I have this land its 6.43 acres . Its only 80 ft wide but almost a mile deep .This is how it all started there was a hippie fest going on in town and it was posted on social media . Someone posted they were looking for a place to camp but they didnt have camping at the fairgrounds where the event was . So I messaged this person and said I have a big yard maybe they could camp here but I have no facilities water toilet etc. We spoke and the gentleman said he would like to do that him and his group . I have never done anything like this they paid me to stay ,but before I knew it I had 32 people coming here 2 pop up campers a 30 ft pull behind and 12 tents WOW . So of course I had to get the porta toilet thats how it ended up down there . The weather was threatening us so some people cancelled but in all we ended up with 16 people here it was a fun time for all . Thats when I decided to join hipcamp now we are on our hipcamp journey . My fiance Henry built a shelter and a rain barrel water isnt drinkable , as time goes on we will be cleaning out more of the land for more camp sites . Now to continue the story we have added a 30 ft Coleman lantern trailer camper ,brand new 2021 It sleeps 5 comfortably . Maybe 1 or 2 more like if a couple sleep together It has a fireplace and stereo in it and a full kitchen . .Look at our pictures . Thanks for reading our story . Hope y'all come visit .
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 2 nights
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
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Portable Solar shower bag 5 gallons
Portable Solar Shower Bag For Camping
Tent easy up
Tent sleeps 4 comfortable
Hammock with mosquito net
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Fresh Biscuits and sausage gravy
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Half dozen eggs
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Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Nearby on High Rock Lake approximately 5 miles away
Nearby on High Rock Lake approximately 5 miles away Tamarac Marina is nearby.
White water center in Charlotte
Natural features you'll find at Hip Crashpad 1620 Tent Site # 2 in North Carolina.
My land is considered rural .
My land is considered rural .
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Easy access to town, lots of space
Judi is such an accommodating host and the work she is doing out at her place is really a testimony to how committed she is to making a nice place for people to camp.
The sites are a little less formally separated but plenty of space between to get privacy. Some of the trails to the campsites are still pretty new so they haven't had a chance to gather pine straw so when it rained, it did get a bit muddy.
The site has extremely easy access from the interstate but you can hear the 85 traffic. We expected this and did not have any problems with that! The ease of access to town was worth that tradeoff. The shared firepit area was really nice, we didn't use it much since we have so much of our own gear but I could see this area being a game changer for people who may be packing light or even still building up on some of their gear.