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Breath of Dawn

6 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents35 acres · Castlewood, VA
Welcome to our mountain camping retreat in Virginia, where you will experience the beauty of nature up close and personal. Our farm is a perfect place to relax, unwind, and enjoy nature's beauty.  Location Our property is located in the Appalachian Mountains of SW Virginia, just a few a miles away from the Clinch River and over looking the Clinch Mountain. You'll escape the hustle and bustle by getting lost in our stunning views of the landscape.  Activities Whether you are an adventurer or just looking for some relaxation amidst nature, our area provides plenty of activities for all. You can explore the trails in the nearby mountains, go kayaking in the rivers, or simply relax and enjoy the beauty of the scenery here on the homestead. There are also plenty of fun festivals and activities in the nearby towns. Accommodations Our rural homestead offers a quiet escape. Accommodations range from primitive campsites, glamping A-frame dry cabins to a cozy renovated RV with full amenities or a retro-vintage camper by the creek. Tents with setup are available for rent and you can purchase a 6 pack of eggs from the farm for your next meal.  Wildlife As you explore the natural beauty of our homestead, you can also marvel at the wildlife. You'll see deer, turkey, lots of birds, and sometimes even bears. The night time is just as exciting as the stars fill the skies and you experience the light show of the fireflies in season.  We believe our space is the perfect getaway for anyone looking to relax and breathe in better days. Come join us and create unforgettable memories! Plans We are building an educational homestead with farm stays here in rural SW Virginia to include dining experiences and food preservation classes. Our 35 acre farm is located on a mountainside with beautiful views of the Clinch Mountain. Our location is rural and peaceful with abundant wildlife. Deer, Racoons, Opossums, Bobcats, Bear, Fox, Groundhogs, and Turkey have been spotted on the property. We are a great spot for bird watching as well! Camp Grassland: Two of our prepped campsites are on a flattened area of the hillside field with access to a fire pit, log bench, and porta-potty. This location is in direct sun with beautiful views and easy access from the road. Parking at the top of the field is recommended unless you have a 4WD vehicle.  Cabin Breazy: Situated at one of the highest points on the property, Cabin Breazy is our cozy, off-grid, dry A-frame cabin surrounded by mountain views. Farmhouse Holler: 2nd Campsite is located next to our old farmhouse on a lower section of the property. Its near the natural spring and is shaded. There are no convenient bathroom facilities at this location so it is recommended to bring your own. Reaching the porta-potty would require an extensive uphill hike or driving around to the other entrance. To reach this campsite, the driveway could be considered rough terrain so drive slowly. Lowered vehicles or those with little ground clearance are not recommended.  Each campsite has a max occupancy of 2 people. If you need space for more campers, please reach out to us about how many are in your party. We can host groups with advanced notification. Overlanding vehicles are welcome. Attractions: If you are looking for birds-eye view of the area, visit the Mendota Fire Tower only 3.2 mile away. You can see it from the farm and see the farm from it. It's about a 15 minute hike from the road. You can choose the mildly challenging way up or take the old roadway for a smoother walk. Clinch River is only 20 minutes away. Cool off in the river or enjoy kayaking and tubing opportunities from Clinch River Adventures. Closest convenience store is about 15 minutes away. Closest Grocery store is about 20 minutes away. Friendly-leashed pets are welcome on the property. Remember to always keep your pet tethered as we have free roaming animals on the property. Never leave pets unattended on the property. Please clean up after your pets! All guests must sign the farm participant liability waiver on our website. https://breathofdawnva.com/waiver/ Review our pet policy on the if you are traveling with a pet. https://breathofdawnva.com/pets/
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Farmhouse Gallery & Gardens

7 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents73 acres · Unicoi, TN
Learn more about this land:You’ll cross the covered bridge (clearance 11’6” ) as you enter our farm, a 73 acre small family farm, nestled in the Buffalo Valley of Northeast TN, and featuring a down home country atmosphere. What makes our farm special are all of the unique extras: a working log cabin blacksmith shop, log cabin art gallery, certified commercial kitchen, lots of watchable wildlife, and walking trails. We have a one acre wildlife pond and a smaller pond fed by springs and Buffalo Creek, which runs through the farm. Our small buffalo herd is pastured not far from the campsites and our friendly peacocks and chickens roam the grounds. We also offer classes in blacksmithing, art, foraging and cooking periodically. We are rural but not remote and are minutes away from state parks, fishing, hiking, rafting and other recreational activities as well as downtown Johnson City and Historic Jonesborough with breweries, shops, and many restaurants. As purveyors of Appalachian culture and cuisine, we invite you to stay a day , or longer, to share our friendly and relaxing small farm atmosphere in the mountains.
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Cabin on the Creek

1 site · Lodging3 acres · Blountville, TN
Isolated cabin on a private creek located on 3 acres in Blountville, TN. Private and secluded, yet only minutes from everything! 15 minutes from Bristol Motor Speedway. Wake up to the sound of the rushing, mountain creek, hang out around the fire pit, have a round of cornhole or cool off in the creek. Just don't miss the sunset view from the porch swing.
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Lakeview RV Resort

97 sites · Lodging, RVs10 acres · Bluff City, TN
Enjoy a stunning lake view from your campsite, steps away from beautiful Boone Lake in the shadow of the Southern Appalachian Mountains. At Lakeview RV Resort, you can camp in one of Tennessee’s best campgrounds with easy access to the area’s rich history, stunning natural beauty, and adventure-filled attractions. Our family- and pet-friendly RV park in Bluff City, TN, is open year-round, so stop in for a visit anytime! Whether you’re a full-time RVer, a summer vacationer or glamping’s your thing, you’ll find the perfect getaway at Lakeview RV Resort near Bristol, TN. Our RV pads are newly updated and well-maintained. All RV sites have full hookups with water, sewer, electric,ity and free WiFi. You can also rent a cabin or deluxe cabin with a full bath, kitchen, and the comforts of home.
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Back To The Holler Riverside Camp

4 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents50 acres · Sneedville, TN
We have 2.5 acres directly on the Clinch River for fishing, kayaking, tubing, etc and 55 additional acres which offer hiking trails and a small farm with goats, donkeys, peacocks, ducks and chickens for your enjoyment. We offer a bundle of firewood and farm fresh eggs to our campers upon check-in also.
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CR Adventure Outpost

7 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents93 acres · Coeburn, VA
Strategic Location for peaceful camping with lots of nearby options. Camping is very primitive and rustic as new amenities come online in planned future. The best time of booking is the weekend at present. We have: Wooded/Grassy hills with plenty of tree cover and open space to spread out . A uniquely positioned community fire pit is available with an impressive view.  It is very rustic and primitive, but well kept, quiet, secluded, with developing  surroundings.  There is direct access to Jefferson National Forest and miles of hiking, biking and horseback trails. Equestrians encouraged, but is Bring your own horse and Tie Line. Nearby sites include Bark Camp Lake, Guest River Gorge, Bear Rock, Little Stony Falls, Chief Benge Trail, Devils Bath Tub, and High Knob. We are also located along several driving and scenic routes to include: Backroads of the Cumberland's, Appalachian Backroads, Virginia Wildlife and Birding Trail, and Thomas Jefferson Scenic Byway (Rt. 72). In addition, within a short drive there is an ATV trailhead in the local town. The Clinch River is not far at all as well.  There is a small quaint downtown less than 5 miles with grocery, gas, supplies, and a few places to eat. Mission: The original idea for CR Adventure Outpost came many years ago. We grew up visiting "Grandma & Grandpa" in Wise County and developed a deep love for the area, the outdoors, and all it had to offer. There came a point, , when we realized that the amount of outdoor activities and authentic cultural experiences could indeed support visitors. It could also support many business opportunities once everyone became aware of what was all around them. At that point, a process began of research and planning on ideas some thought were pointless. People deeply want to get back to nature and withdrawal from a fast paced materialistic society, at least long enough to realize what is really important in life. There is a huge need and vast opportunity to take advantage of the many beautiful landscapes in Southwest Virginia.
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Hillbilly Hideout in the Valley

1 site · Lodging18 acres · Rogersville, TN
Welcome to our small livestock farm, where nature and farming harmoniously come together. We have a variety of animals including pigs, chickens, goats, ducks, geese, rabbits, and guineas, creating a lively and vibrant environment. Surrounding our farm, you'll find unimproved logging trails that meander through the woods, offering a perfect opportunity for hiking and exploring nature. Enjoy the serenity of the forest as you immerse yourself in its beauty. Along the trails, you'll also discover native plants and edible herbs, adding a touch of color and flavor to your outdoor experience. If you're a fishing enthusiast or enjoy water activities, you'll be pleased to know that the Holston and Clinch rivers, as well as Cherokee Lake, are just a short distance away. Spend your days fishing, boating, tubing, or kayaking, and embrace the peacefulness of the water. For those seeking a quiet and disconnected lifestyle, our farm provides a serene atmosphere where you can unwind and connect with nature. Enjoy the tranquility of rural living, away from the hustle and bustle of city life. However, if you desire social interaction or want to engage in small-town activities, you'll find various options within a 30-minute drive. Experience the charm of nearby towns and engage in community events and gatherings. Whether you're looking for a peaceful retreat, a chance to connect with animals, or outdoor adventures, our small livestock farm offers a diverse range of experiences to suit your desires.
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