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Turkey Hill RV Park

4 sites · RVs, Tents9 acres · Hamilton, AL
Gorgeous RV park and campground nestled in the hills of Northwest Alabama, conveniently located just 2 miles from Exit 14 on I-22 in Hamilton, Alabama. Full service hook-ups, bath house, and free wi-fi! On-site activities include ping pong, corn hole, shuffleboard, pickleball (coming soon!), and frisbee golf. Nearby attractions include the Natural Land Bridge, Dismal Canyons, boating, fishing, and more!
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Alpaca Farm and Forested Area

7 sites · Tents26 acres · Bolivar, TN
The Dancing Bee Farm specializes in alpacas and bees on 26 acres in West Tennesssee. Property contains wooded areas, a pond, and opportunities to learn about farming alpacas and other animals that live there. The farm also grows native plants, some herbs and fruits, and specializes in using and teaching about foraging for wild plants. Located an hour and 15 minutes east of Memphis. 50 minute drive to Pinson Mounds State Archeological Park.
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Frog Pond Tent Camp

1 site · Tent18 acres · Adamsville, TN
This 18 acre homestead is conveniently located right on Hwy 64, only 7 miles from the Stantonville Amish community; Shiloh Battlefield and archaeological site; and Savannah, TN. The town of Adamsville (home of Sheriff Buford Pusser!) is only 1.5 miles away, for convenient access to grocery and gas stations. Because we are right on the highway, guests should note that vehicle noise can be heard, especially during weekday working hours. The evenings and early mornings are generally peaceful, and for those seeking a camp spot with easy access, this is the spot for youThere's a 1-acre spring fed pond at the back of the property that's great for swimming, sitting and relaxing, or even fishing (though there's not much in there but perch!) We maintain a 1-mile loop path around our pastures perfect for an early morning or evening stroll, and there is a small 4-5 acre wood guests are also welcome to explore. There is a designated campfire area, and we kindly ask guests not to burn fires at their campsite. In addition to our new flower field and personal vegetable garden, the farm is home to one retired musician (me); one super cool shih tzu (Sirius); and 24 chickens. And we can't wait to share this lovely space with you.
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Valais Dream Ranch & Retreat

17 sites · RVs, Tents19 acres · Middleton, TN
CALLING ALL ANIMAL LOVERS! Welcome to Valais Ranch & Retreat! When you stay at VDR&R, you get so much more than your typical camping trip, you're getting a truly magical and unforgettable, dopamine-boosting experience unlike no other, that will have you returning again and again! :) Hi! We are Lolly & Eric Clough, and we named our ranch after the Swiss Valais Blacknose Sheep (a.k.a. "The World's Cutest Sheep!") If you've never heard of this ADORABLE breed of sheep, you absolutely MUST. GOOGLE. THEM... and like so many others, you will fall in love just like we did - so much so that we became part of the official breed-up program to bring this wonderful breed to the U.S.! (You're welcome!) :) We currently have 10 wonderful Valais Blacknose sheep and lambs! We also have 4 Nigerian Dwarf goats, 2 baby goats (with more on the way!), the sweetest miniature donkey you'll ever meet, named "Walther," and a shy mini horse named "Harry Houdini!" :) All of our animals have free range of our property during the day, but are penned up at night to keep them safe. *** IMPORTANT TO NOTE: We strongly recommend bringing ear buds/plugs to block out the barking of our LGDs (livestock guardian dogs) through the night. They're just doing their job, but if you're not used to it, you may not sleep very well, so please bring ear buds or plugs! They absolutely love people, so they may get curious and try to come hang out with you in your tent! Because of this, we can provide you with a spray water bottle to keep them away from your tent. It's an unharmful way to keep them at bay, so please let us know if you'd like to have it on hand during your stay. Additionally, we strongly recommend bringing boots for walking around on the farm, as well as clothing you don't mind getting dirty. Especially in rainy weather, the grounds can get very muddy, and beware of animals who sometimes jump when greeting guests! Please do not hesitate to scold any of the animals should they jump on you! They are sometimes overly friendly and need to be reminded to mind their manners! *** Come pitch your tent (or rent one of ours, subject to availability!) on the grass or on the wooden deck near the edge of our pond, or walk our beautiful 19 grassy and wooded acres to find your favorite spot to set up camp. During your stay, feel free to explore our property, do some fishing (bring your own gear!) or just relax by the pond, get to know our friendly animals, take a snooze in our hammock (coming soon!), feed the chickens, turkeys and ducks, pet our loving LGDs, pose for professional pictures while snuggling with our sheep, goats, mini donkey and mini horse, make your own pizza in our DIY outdoor brick oven stove, (coming soon!) then start a campfire and enjoy s'mores, before settling in for a cozy night under the stars!
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Buffalo Jacks Campground

50 sites · Tents87 acres · Waterloo, AL
Property is located near Waterloo, Alabama-famous for great fishing and camping areas! 87 acres include beautiful creek side camp sites and rolling hills for hiking. You will see abundant wildlife especially deer and turkey!! Although you feel as if you are in the wilderness- a local gas station and the Dollar General is 3 miles away!! Community bathhouse will be available soon.
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Campingallstars

1 site · Tent16 acres · Hodges, AL
Camp sites located behind old Homestead from 1940s once a tobacco and cotton farm. The house on the property is in early stages of being rebuilt to be saved as a local landmark.
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Whispering Pines

2 sites · Tents23 acres · Farmington, MS
Learn more about this land:Hiking the back country on non designated paths. It is not hard to find your way. Property lines are clearly marked by pink ribbons or blue stakes. Two zip lines and a treetop treehouse are on the property. Plenty of firewood to gather on property to burn. Primitive camping on facilty
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Close to town, yet seclude

3 sites · Tents17 acres · Booneville, MS
Enjoy tent camping by a small stream yet 10min. from town. Must be prepare to walk (hike) to find your perfect campsite. Bring a tent, comfortable shoes and anything you may need to set up camp. No amenities, just nature. Motorcycle drivers can drive down the path to get closer to the stream. Others can park by the house and follow the path(s).
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Old Burleson Camp

1 site · RV, Tent70 acres · Vina, AL
City Water is available. Good trails for horses, ATVs, walking, etc. Very quiet place off the main highway but still close to a small town (Red Bay, AL). Local attractions are Tiffin Motorhomes (RV plant), a national equestrian trail in Hodges, AL, decent deer hunting, bass fishing and boating at Elliot Branch, Williams Hollow state park, etc. All of these are part of the Bear Creek reservoir system of Franklin county, AL. Deer hunting, Squirrel hunting allowed within the Laws of the State of Alabama. Horses are allowed to stay temporarily but no fenced in areas are available.Learn more about this land:Plenty of open space for a tent, RV, camper, etc. City Water available. Leads to a trail head. Seven miles to a small town (Red Bay, AL) that has restaurants, grocery stores, etc. Trail hiking is allowed. Horses are allowed temporarily but there is no fenced in area for them to graze.Local attractions are Tiffin Motorhomes (RV service center), a national Equestrian Trail, fishing at 3 different dam areas. FEMA-approved, In-ground tornado-storm shelter. Deer and squirrel hunting allowed within State of Alabama game laws.
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Winters Woods

5 sites · Tents28 acres · Savannah, TN
Learn more about this land:We have lots of beautiful trees including pine, oak, pecan, and maple. So much forest floor to spread out your tentsite. We have deer, rabbit, turkey, and squirrels to look for and watch. Plus many local birds to watch as well. We are only 5 minutes from Pickwick lake, 27 minutes from Shiloh battlefield, and Savannah has a beautiful downtown area with shopping and dining.
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Cob House Homestead

1 site · RV, Tent40 acres · Hamitlon, AL
Our hectare of land is a genuine Space of Love, acting as a tether between our physical bodies, our ethereal bodies, our ancestors, our descendants, the Earth and God. This land will be our life's work, a culmination of our most intentional efforts to bring health and happiness to our family in perpetuity. We moved our family here from Chicago in 2012 to put roots down on land that has been in the family for over 100 years. We will live here forever. We we were featured on HGTV's "You Live in What?!" as our family of four lived in a bus for 2 years while we became acquainted with the overgrown piece of land . We welcome the collaboration and cooperation of other individuals and families who wish to gain experience in natural, earthen, and sustainable home building and permaculture. Our intention in offering a place for people to stay is to provide a unique experience in natural building techniques and to meet our tribe. Our combined family land is 40 acres, but our official campsite that we are offering is 2.5 acres, with 20 acres of wild, 20yr-growth forest with paths and a 10' deep creek rain runoff ditch which is great for walking down and exploring. This is a fantastic place to look for medicinal herbs as we have many, to include elderberry, boneset, staghorn sumac, pokeweed, mimosa trees, mimosa pudica, tulip poplars, passionflower (Maypop), persimmons, groundcherries, huckleberries, beauty berries, "possum" grapes, muscadine grapes, wild cherry trees, black walnut, honey suckle, Japanese privet, wild lettuce, sassafras trees, plantain, dragon flower, Japaness Angelica trees, and blackberries to name a few. In the Autumn one can forage for bolete mushrooms. Chanterelles grow all summer and puffball mushrooms are found easily most of the year. We also keep bees in a horizontal hive.Learn more about this land:Come alone or with your whole family and gain experience building a home using a very old method of earthen construction; cob. The hands-on cob workshop is optional, of course, but this is clearly our uniqueness. We can get you and your whole group stomping in the mud and building a wall that will stand for generations.Children 11 and under do not count towards the guest count.Enjoy watching the shenanigans of our goats, dogs, cats and chickens as you work and play on our homestead. Children are warmly welcomed and catered to. Our designated campsites will accommodate tents exclusively at this time and are enveloped in semi-wild young forest, on a patch of regularly cleared pasture-like turf. The evenings are filled with a loud orchestra of tree- frogs and crickets, as well as the occasional coyote calls, dog howls, owl songs, and my favorite; Chuck-Wills-Widow call. Up to 6 tents may be set up on this one patch of earth, but we will only book one group or party at a time. Our area of Alabama, and our area of county, in particular, does harbor poison ivy, various snakes, raccoons, fox, armadillos, opossums, and other nocturnal wanderers. We have a total of 6 dogs that help us to feel guarded and secure against wood-boogers and four-legged rascals.  We can give you a grill or there is a fire pit both at your tent site, as well as near our cabin. Your campsite is private, and somewhat secluded, though it is only 500 feet from our cabin. A communal outhouse, constructed of cob- is the designated latrine. The nearest hospital is 15 minutes away, as well as your most common commercial conveniences.
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