Our farm consists mostly of organic fruit and nut production over 1/6 of the property. It is a wildly varied landcape over 300 acres which provides dynamic hiking. I am a food enthsiast and eat a lot of wild foraged foods along with what i grow. We are nestled in a very quiet enclave of south east WV and it is sanctuary from the bustle.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2 nights
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
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Do you know yer nuts?
Wild nuts abound for the intrepid nomads of hipcamp. Hickory, acorn, black wa...Read more
Processing acorn: mast to mouth
Acorns are one of the most prevalent nuts in our woods. The animals go crazy ...Read more
Orchard tour and grafting demo
I have planted organic orchards over 40 acres over the last 30 years. They re...Read more
Start your trip off right with a bundle of firewood waiting for you at your c...Read more
Nut oils and flours
I will have various nut products avaialble, hard cider, and vegetables and fr...Read more
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Natural features you'll find at Nut'Inn- deep holler to grand vista in West Virginia.
Places to see near Treely Your's Farm
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Nut'Inn is a wonderful place to take some time for yourself or to spend with family and friends. You can look forward to some of the most beautiful misty morning sunrises that exist or a beautiful starlit night, I swear there's something special about the way the clouds hang in the valleys of West Virginia and at night while enjoying the sound of crickets all around and the warmth and smell of a bonfire I could see the wisp of the Milky Way. I thoroughly enjoyed getting to explore the woods nearby and also going for a short 2-mile hike only a 30-minute drive away to one of the most beautiful lookout points I've been to, If you're a bird watcher this observatory is a great spot to stay for a couple of hours and watch migratory birds of prey as they pass by. I got a tour from Bill of his orchard and got to learn about his viewpoint on plants and farming It was a wonderful experience! If you have a passion or interest in fruits or nuts you can definitely learn something new from Bill. I got my first ever taste of Pawpaws, had some of the best olives I've ever had which he grew right there on his farm, and I also got some hickory oil which is something I've never even heard of before (it tastes great). I got to meet some great people and enjoy a lovely couple of days camping in a peaceful place I definitely recommend it!