Glamping near High Point with fishing

Explore lakes, the Uwharrie National Forest, and Blue Ridge Mountain foothills from High Point.

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The Dancing Pig On Abbotts Creek

3 sites · Lodging, Tents24 acres · Lexington, NC
A small homestead on the bank of Abbotts Creek near where it feeds into High Rock Lake. Peace and solitude , but close to the amenities of town. Less than a five minute drive to the grocery store, and less than a fifteen minute drive to uptown Lexington. Public access for kayaks is less than half a mile away. And the view is unbelievable! We’re currently undergoing changes! Check out our new camping platform, and stay tuned for a new, upcoming bell tent site. We have a corn hole board and bags now available for use, as well as a few other yard games. Please let us know if you are interested in using them. The edible landscape is available for you to enjoy. Check here for what is currently available. 6/07/24 Update Herbs- rosemary, thyme, sage, chives, mint, oregano, catmint, basil, tulsi Onions Eggs Potatoes Kale Rainbow Chard Beets Radish Radicchio Cucumbers
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Bear Creek Tee-Pee Retreat

5 sites · Lodging, Tents10 acres · Mocksville, NC
Bear Creek Tee-Pee Retreat is a small slice of paradise in Mocksville NC. We are the last property at the end of a dirt road surrounded by woods on all sides. We built this space as our little stay-cation spot and knew we had to share it. We are passionate about what we do and work hard to continue to build and grow and share this beautiful space for others to enjoy. We have 3 primitive sites and 2 authentic tee-pees. There is a bath house with a heated shower, and a port-a-john that is cleaned regularly. There are 2 picnic areas with charcoal grills. We have a 24x16 enclosed stage that can be used for bands, educational classes, karaoke, yoga... ect. There is also an outdoor movie theater that is available to rent for an evening. There are a few restaurants close by and we are only 6 miles from downtown Mocksville. There are a lot of wineries and breweries within a 30 min drive from our property. We are about 15 minutes from river access to the Yadkin river for anyone looking to Kayak. There are lots of local fishing holes and places to go horseback riding. We are about an hour drive to lots of different hiking trails from pilot mountain, and hanging rock to the blue ridge parkway. We have 2 dogs that live here and will greet you at the gate. Please be respectful of the neighbors and drive slowly down the dirt road to our property to limit dust. We look forward to hosting your camping get away.
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Mystic Meadow Love Shack

1 site · Lodging28 acres · Madison, NC
My farm had been untouched for years and only used as hay farming. It is rolling hills known by the locals as "Butterfly Hill" Which the farm is home to many species of butterflies in the summer. I know the area was inhabited by native Americans many decades ago. I have found a few broken arrow heads over the years. The farm is beautiful and quiet.
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Container Experience

3 sites · Lodging4 acres · Graham, NC
I purchased a 1960's ranch home and 4 acres over 5 years ago.  I turned the home into The Fab 4 House, furnishing it with authentic Mid-century Modern furniture and naming each bedroom for 1 of the Beatles.  I rent it out and it is great for events.  However, I needed 1 bedroom accommodations so I purchased 3- 8'x40' shipping containers and turned them into tiny homes.  You can rent 1 or all 3.  The courtyard in the middle features a Tiki Bar, Beach Scene, Putting Green.  I want people to enjoy the in and outside together.
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Cool Creek Farm

5 sites · Lodging14 acres · Pittsboro, NC
Cool Creek Farm materialized in December 2017 after years of envisioning. It is now enthusiastically gardened and provides abundant, free-roaming living space to humans, 3 cats, 20+ chickens, goats, sheep, ducks and horses. More ideas are brewing...
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Hootin Hollow 13.96 acre

1 site · Lodging14 acres · Yanceyville, NC
Learn more about this land:Nice quiet place to hunt, fish , read a book or what ever your heart desires , A stocked pond awaits at the bottom of the hill with plenty of catfish . Plenty of turkey and deer are around also . Canoes can be gotten with special arrangements.
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Basecamp_outdoors

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Richfield, NC
Immerse yourself in the tranquil ambiance of this rustic haven. Situated at the heart of North Carolina, cradled in the embrace of the Uwharrie Mountains. This extraordinary off-grid bell tent glamping site promises an unparalleled experience, destined to etch lifelong memories. Explore the Uwharrie National Forest, delve into the wonders of the North Carolina Zoo, and beyond—all within a convenient 25-minute radius. If your heart yearns for adventure and outdoor escapades, look no further. Our haven provides seclusion, yet effortless access to essentials and shopping amenities. Your gateway to serene serendipity awaits.
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Nature Freaks Acres

1 site · Lodging13 acres · Stuart, VA
Our beautiful, 13-acre property is the perfect mixture of woods and grassland fields, both with several walking trails to stroll around. When I moved my family of 7 here from n.e. Ohio 11 years ago we didnt know anyone at all. I am a people person, I love music and I was determined to meet some new friends. So, i decided to build a fire pit and a makeshift stage and have a party! This party was called, Friend Fest, A reason to gather and celebrate the gift of friendship. Our motto: Come as strangers, leave as friends. We were on our 9th Friend Fest until Covid. Over the last few years we have added more amenities to the property. Disc golf, Walking/ hiking trails, fishing, baseball diamond, bonfire pit, 10x14 covered stage, swimming pool, primitive glamping cabin. We also host Nature Education classes on the property. We continue to use our property for good by bringing people together and enjoying life, friends and music. Learn more about this land: Cabin: $60, Enjoy a walk through our many trails. A fishing pond is right through the woods in easy walking distance. Hanging Rock State park, NC. is a 20 minute drive away! Relax and comfortably sleep in our roll away, twin bed in the yard under the stars of the Blue Ridge mtns. or in the cabin. Drift asleep to the sounds of nature. Before you say goodnight, enjoy your dinner and smores over the firepit, (free wood) We have a 14X16 covered stage for entertainment, a 10X10 firepit with surrounding benches. If youd like to hire entertainment and need good local recommendations we would be happy to help. The entire entertainment area and campground sits away from any houses in complete privacy from any neighbors. The cabin and campground is 450 feet away from the house. We welcome you to come enjoy our land and enjoy your life here. Happy camping my friends, ask about POOL use!
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Lovey 1 Bedroom

1 site · Lodging76 acres · Lexington, NC
The Myers family first came to North Carolina in the early 1700's from York, Pennsylvania, and settled in the Holly Grove area. One son, David ventured West and purchased several hundred acres in the late 1700's from a soldier, John Booth, who received the property as a land grant for 12.5 cents per acre ( Issued October 10th, 1783). David helped to create what is now the Reeds Community, and began what we know and love today as "Crossings". One of David's sons, Benjamin helped his father build a log cabin, and placed it at the end of a long driveway off of Hwy 64 (Old Hwy 64). His log cabin, seen on the right, was the birthplace of many children, including James Addison, who built the Crossings home place that still stands today (circa 1874). James, and his siblings, made their mark by building homes almost identical all over present day Reeds. James also made a name for himself by holding the North Carolina state agriculture record many years running for the largest yield per acre of corn. My great-grandparents, Lessie and Noah Smith, purchased the farm from James Addison's estate in 1928 and raised all of their children on the farm, along with several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Lessie and Noah farmed every piece of the property with love, determination, and the help from friends and family. I still hear stories today from family about priming tobacco, picking cotton, and coming back home for corn shuckin's Feeling fortunate to grow up right beside the home place, I spent all of my childhood years roaming across the pastures, playing in the pond, and disappearing for hours riding horses across the fields. Lucky to purchase the home in 2003, I have been exceptionally blessed to be able to raise my children where my family has lived for over 200 years. Following the practices of Joel Salatin, Wendell Berry, Gene Logsten, and most importantly, Thomas Jefferson - Crossings looks to produce healthy food while preserving the land that my family has cherished for so many years. Crossings moto: "Bringing family, farming and community together" is more than something printed on a shirt. We believe that farming and the act of working outside together is enjoyable and fulfilling, especially when friends and family come together. The Crossings family is made up of many hands: Ben and Jennifer, Mackenzie, Keaton and Salem all live and work the farm daily. Raised on the family homeplace, all play an integral parts in the day to day operations of Crossings. Seen not only feeding, watering, processing, you will can find them selling at the Lexington Farmers Market. We are also fortunate to have my two "reluctant farmers" in our lives, my parents (Joyce & Foy), who (for the most part) go along with all of our ideas and requests. We also have several friends and family who come by to help out. Everyone at Crossings is dedicated to provide the most healthy Honey, Pork and Chicken for the community, all the while, raising each in the most natural manner possible. We believe that a healthy farm can produce great products without chemicals, antibiotics or hormones, given the opportunity. We hope that this dedication to our products can be experienced with every bite. Humbly yours, JenniferLearn more about this land:Come and stay in our Farm Store loft, which is situated right above our market store. You will enjoy Air Conditioning and heat, hot showers, rocking chairs on the porch, a comfy bed and lovely farm views. The loft is located directly above our market Farm Store. The main floor of the store houses a shared bathroom with a Hot, Hot shower, a wood stove that can be used for wartime or cooking, a Bistro Table, and a vintage porcelain sink. There is also a lovely, deep back porch out the rear door that has 2 comfortable Troutman rocking chairs, a portable fire pit (which can be used a fire or simple grilling). There is unlimited firewood for use while you are staying at our loft. Please note that there is not a door between the main farm store and the loft, but the staircase is curved, which allows for NO visibility to the loft from the main floor. Our farm store is visited around 203 times a day by our loyal and thoughtful customers from the hours of 9am until around 6pm in the afternoon. Our work crew will also come in and re-stock or tidy up each day. Due to this, we ask that you take any showers before 9am or after 6pm each evening, unless arrangements are made prior. In our farm store, you can find a host of pork, chicken, beef and other items to cook on the wood stove or the back porch grill. We supply you with a few basic utensils, plates, bowls and locally made mugs. You will also find a Keurig coffee maker with a variety of different coffees and teas.
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2 Ponds & a Pup

1 site · Lodging4 acres · Winston Salem, NC
This land has never been developed, we have spent the entire year making it a beautiful area to enjoy and relax and get back to nature without having to leave the city.  We are 10 minutes from the best pizza place downtown.  Learn more about this land:We have a beautiful safari tent with a deck and a hot tub, furnished with a plush queen size mattress, oversize duvet, extra throws and pillows and indoor seating for 2 or you can Pitch your tent anywhere on our 4 acres and have complete access to the firepit and outdoor kitchen/bar area we have set up. We provide a gas grill, sink and small fridge and a fresh supply of drinking water, basic kitchen utensils and coffee. We have a pool house with a full bathroom as well as an outdoor shower if you are brave in this weather. ;)  We are nestled in a quiet neighborhood, there are neighbors but you can barely see them, however there are dogs in the area, so please leash your pets and there will be some barkers at times.
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Ross Farm

1 site · Lodging80 acres · Reidsville, NC
We have a 75 acre family farm which includes a 21 acre private lake. This land is our peaceful paradise and we are excited to share it with our guests. Learn more about this land:Enjoy staying in this camper next to our 21 acre private lake on a 75 acre farm. There is a hiking/biking trail approximately 1mile long that goes around the lake. Campers are able to fish, swim, and boat/kayak/paddle board on the lake. A beach area with a picnic shelter is open to guests. A boat ramp for small boats (no wake) is also available. Pets are welcome. Located in Reidsville, NC.  Convenient to Burlington and Greensboro, NC and Danville, VA.
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Looking for a camping experience that's a little more luxurious? Hipcamp has over 460 glamping options near High Point, North Carolina that are perfect for those who want to enjoy the great outdoors without sacrificing comfort. With fishing as your preferred activity, you'll have plenty of options to choose from. Some of the top-rated campsites include Babbling Brook Campground (210 reviews), Lakeside Retreats @ Walnut Hill (195 reviews), and Tiny House in Happy Valley (135 reviews). Average prices per night are around $51, with some options as low as $15. Popular amenities include pet-friendly sites, trash receptacles, and campfires, while popular activities include exploring historic sites, fishing, and off-roading.

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