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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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Adin`s river cabin

1 site · Lodging10 acres · Casar, NC
My property consists of a ridge running east to west with the access road running along the south border.  the land slopes up to the ridge for about 300 feet, and then down to the river for about 800 feet.  The south side of the ridge has a small pond close to the road.  The rest is pasture, and an orchard and small vineyard.  The north side of the ridge is old growth timber, and shady and cool.  The two cabins are along the river.  One is perched on a ridge over looking the river and the other is right on the river.  The swimming hole is 30 feet from the lower cabin.  There is room for a couple campsites along the river also.  The south side of the ridge was a cotton farm decades ago, but was covered in timber when I bought it 12 years ago.  The north side has been in timber for the known history of the property.
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Camping with a Full Kitchen

13 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents37 acres · Albemarle, NC
I've lived here all my life (since 1972)!Very cool, beautiful, laid-back property with lots of room to make yourself at home!Please come enjoy!!
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Mike's country home and land

11 sites · Lodging50 acres · Rock Hill, SC
Welcome to Creekside FarmCreekside Farm is a place where you can slow down and enjoy things you might not normally notice.We are glad you are Here.We invite you to sit back, take your shoes off, and breathe deeply as you read this – slowly.Creekside is very special place where you, and those important to you can unplug and gently "be" with eachother.My wife Beth and I fell in love with this property because it has a unique way of calling us out of our busy livesand into a meaningful space of connection with our senses, each other and those we care about. We hope youhave the chance to experience this on your visit.In my work as a leadership consultant and executive coach I've had the opportunity to find a few "bestpractices" for a meaningful experience of life. I offer them to you below should you want to try them out duringyour visit. I promise they will impact your time here - and your time when you leave here - tremendously:Being and DoingSometimes it’s just fine to sit down and not do anything.Experience and CaptureSometimes you don’t need to capture an experience, just experience it.Quality and QuantitySometimes quality of life is more satisfying than quantity of life. Maybe less is more.Sensing and ThinkingSometimes thinking is overrated. Sitting still and sensing what is right in front of us can be eye-opening.Silence and NoiseSometimes saying nothing says everything. Turning off the phones and devices and listening to the nature’ssounds can further awaken and resensitize us.Below you will find information about this special place. It includes invitations, requests and details about howthings work here at the farm.We invite you...1. To use your time here to nourish your Self, Spirit and Body. Walk, breathe, smell, touch, see, and taste whatyou desire.2. To put away your phones and devices and be with the people you are here with.3. To remove your shoes when in the home and feel the floor under your feet.4. To be outside whenever you can. There is goodness out there. Go anywhere you want on property, it isbordered by the creek.5. To eat slowly, talk slowly, walk slowly and just hang.
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Loft w/Woodstove and HOT Shower !!

1 site · Lodging76 acres · Lexington, NC
Take the opportunity to stay in a one of a kind Farm Store loft on a real working farm. Crossings is a true market farm that has been in our family for over 11 generations. While the main focus of Crossings is always to be a community farm, we love opening our home and farm to respectful visitors. The loft is over our farm store and accessed by a curved staircase (no door between) . The farm setting offers a comfy spot for someone looking for a quiet spot to relax and rest after a day exploring out and about. The cozy space it perfect for 2 people who are looking for a unique spot to get away from the hustle and bustle of their normal lives. The farm store space on the first floor is a public area that is frequented by our regular customers during the day, especially on Saturdays. We allow our Airbnb guests to lock the farm store from 6pm to 9am each night for ultimate privacy and enjoyment of the space. There is a bistro table can that be used for picking up take-out or a simple meal cooked on the wood stove or outdoor grill. The back porch is a perfect spot to enjoy a nice rock in our Troutman Co. rocking chairs while listening to the farm sounds and seeing our crew gather eggs, move the cows, or re-stock the Farm Store. Not in the mood to hike into a spot? You can pull straight into the driveway and park to the left of the farm store. Other things to note **Please note that you are staying on a working family farm. There are multiple farm animals (chickens, pigs, cows, horses, farm dogs and cats) that are in close proximity to the Farm Store. We ask that you maintain and do not go into the fenced areas, greenhouses or our barns for biosecurity. We also ask that you not feed the animals, even though they may come up to the fence. *We do have farm workers (including ourselves) who are in and round the farm all day feeding animals, tending to the garden areas, filling orders and re-stocking the farm store. All of our team will maintain social distancing, but feel free to ask any questions of them while you are here. *Saturdays are our "busier" days on the farm. Our Farm Store is "open" and staffed that day for our regular customer needs. We are normally cutting wood, moving animals, fixing fence, building structures, re-stocking the farm store, mowing and weed eating. *If you have any concerns around our Farm Loft stay, please reach out to us prior to booking so that we can answer any questions with transparency. We have tried to give you an honest picture of what our Farm Stay is like since we are a very active working farm.
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Picturesque Cottage on a Beautiful Farm

1 site · Lodging11 acres · Morganton, NC
Born and raised in Morganton, I love calling this beautiful place home. After living in Charlotte and Asheville, NC for nearly 10 years, I convinced my husband, Tyler, to move to Morganton to raise our family. It has always been a dream to start a farm. As a registered dietitian, nutritious, clean, real food is important to me, and Tyler is in his happy place on his tractor or with the animals. It has been so rewarding (and a lot of work) growing our own veggies & fruits and raising animals. It is a joy to watch our kiddos collect eggs daily & understand where our food comes from. We have traded the city life for a much slower pace.Learn more about this land:The cottage at Henry River Farm is your perfect restful retreat. Nestled between the South Mountains and Henry River, the peaceful cottage makes for a tranquil getaway. The studio cottage is equipped with all the amenities including a queen bed, kitchen, full bathroom, lovely little dining table, A/C and TV (with DISH network). Take it easy and relax on the spacious patio while you take in the South Mountain hills. Come enjoy the simple farm life.The spaceLet's talk about the space! Ship Lap on the walls from the floor to ceiling sets the scene, and beautiful hardwood floors line the cottage.The large patio area includes a picnic table, patio furniture, and rocking chairs. Perfect for curling up with a good book and a cup of coffee.Nothing beats the outside charm of the eleven-acre farm. Take a stroll around the space and catch a glimpse of our farm friends including cows, pigs, goats, chickens, and ducks. (*electric fence surrounds the cows and chickens)Enjoy private access to the Henry River for fishing (NC fishing license is required) and swimming.Approximately 15 minutes to downtown Morganton. Less than 15 minutes to South Mountain State Park. Enjoy all the other attractions Morganton has to offer including Lake James, Table Rock, & Linville Falls.Guest accessGuests have access to the river and walking around the farm. We keep the field to the left mowed with a walking path.Other things to notePlease note there is electric fencing on the property considering this is a working farm. Please be aware of electric fencing around the large pasture in front of the cottage & around the chickens.
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Looking for a cabin near a river in Huntersville, North Carolina? Hipcamp offers over 365 options with this specific combination. You can expect an average price of $52 per night, with options as low as $20. Check out top campsites such as Starlight Hills (627 reviews), Camping on Cloud 9 (181 reviews), and Rosewood Farm and Agripark (123 reviews) to help you decide. Popular amenities include showers, toilets, and cooking equipment, while wildlife watching, boating, and swimming are some of the popular activities you can enjoy.

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