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Out On The Creek Campground & RV

4 sites · RVs, Tents4 acres · Sneedville, TN
Welcome to our creekside camping oasis, where nature's beauty surrounds you at every turn! Nestled on 4 acres of pristine land, our campground offers over a quarter-mile of creekfront access, providing the perfect setting for outdoor adventures and relaxation alike. Situated just 300 feet from the scenic Clinch River, outdoor enthusiasts will find plenty of opportunities for mountain biking, hiking, and kayaking. Simply float under the bridge to access the river and embark on a serene paddling adventure. For those seeking a peaceful retreat, our campground offers two distinct lots to choose from. Lot 1 features fire pits, picnic tables, covered swings with picnic tables for adults, and a swing set for the kids, making it an ideal spot for family fun and gatherings. Lot 2 offers a more private and tranquil atmosphere, perfect for unwinding and enjoying the soothing sounds of nature. Both lots are equipped with electric outlets for added convenience, and a port-o-potty is available on-site for your comfort. Whether you're roasting marshmallows around the fire pit, splashing in the creek, or simply soaking in the natural beauty that surrounds you, our creekside camping experience promises memories that will last a lifetime. Come join us and reconnect with the great outdoors!
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Creeping Thyme Forest

7 sites · RVs, Tents75 acres · Abingdon, VA
Early settlers of this area were mainly Scotch-Irish and there are several dominant family names that still populate these areas. Tobacco was grown in the area for many years, but now is rarely seen. This whole valley between two mountain ranges was chosen in the 1970's to be dammed and made into a reservoir for a hydroelectric power plant; however, the residents at the time formed a strong resistance, went to Washington, and eventually blocked the development, preserving its natural beauty. This land is within the Jefferson National Forest. It was owned for many years by Roy Light, owner of a nearby lumber mill, but when he passed away, his children cleared the timber and moved away. Since then, the diverse deciduous forest has regrown quickly. A rustic cabin made from salvaged hand-hewn logs was built on the site in 2014 and an alpaca farm was established; however, the owners had to move away due to employment changes. Currently, we are working on developing a perennial food forest, as well as dairy goats, and chickens. 
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Holler Camping

8 sites · Tents28 acres · Johnson City, TN
Learn more about this land: Enjoy nature, hug a tree, walk, hike, read a book by the spring fed pond, cool your feet in the creek. We are in a wooded area and a great place to Hammock Camp. This property offers privacy with secluded areas for you to explore. Fire wood, burn pit, charcoal grills and tables at each site, fresh spigot water can be carried and port-a-potty available. Venture out to close by attractions, Bristol Motor Speedway, 2 miles to North Roan Street and State of Franklin where you will find many Restaurants, Johnson City Mall and Franklin Woods Hospital and a Wal-Mart, we are only 1.5 miles from historic Rocky Mount Museum, 35 min to VA, 40 to NC and 96 miles to Dollywood & Gatlinburg, a little further you will be at the Casino in Cherokee NC and this is just a few things in our area.
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Rock Bottom Horse Camp

18 sites · RVs, Tents20 acres · Ewing, VA
We are open to all campers, no horse required. Our farm is beautifully located adjacent to the Cumberland Gap National Historic Park. The White Rocks trailhead is within walking distance and is a very popular for both horseback riding and hiking. The campground has a great view of the White Rocks and is located just a few minutes from Hwy 58 making it a convenient stop if traveling through. The campground is equine friendly, bring your horse trailer and stay the night after a long ride.
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Stormbrew Farm

18 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents18 acres · Abingdon, VA
Nestled in the breathtaking Appalachian Mountains of Southwest Virginia, , hens, ducks, bees, Great Pyrenees, and cats pastorally roam over 18 acres of rolling farmland and forest. Experience our favorite parts of Stormbrew Farm through a primitive camping experience. Learn more about this land:An agrarian dream- a literal field of possibility. With 18 acres to choose from you may find yourself sleeping along the lazy Fifteenmile Creek, atop a hill under Virginia stars, or even set up with pastoral views of hens and Great Pyrenees dogs. The roadfront side of our property offers level terrain for pull-behind trailers, while vehicles (preferably 4WD) and tent campers can travel all the way back to the creek. Feeling froggy? Ford the stream and camp in the large field on the other side. Be sure to mind the animals and fields, as this is a working farm. One mile down the road from the farm is the Virginia Creeper Trail, renowned for biking, but as a multi-use trail, you can also enjoy walking, running, horseback riding, fishing, cross country skiing, and geocaching. South Holston Lake is only minutes away by vehicle, with two public access boating ramps 10 to 20 minutes away. For a drink by the water, head to Abingdon Vineyards- only 10 minutes away. Access to the Appalachian Trail is only 20 minutes away in Damascus. We became caretakers of this lovely property in June of 2021, moving from our existing farm, 45 minutes away. When we got it, it was a blank slate of a hayfield, and we have spent the summer laying infrastructure so that we may grow our cut-flower, honey, and vegetable business.
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BelleBrook Acres

8 sites · RVs, Tents17 acres · Bristol, TN
BelleBrook Acres is a 17 acre working farm in the heart of Bristol, TN. Prior to us purchasing this farm it was one of the first dairy farms in Tennessee dating back to 1901 and was an active dairy farm up until about a decade ago. We're located 8 miles from the Bristol Motor Speedway; 7 miles from Osceola Island and the South Holston Dam with hiking & bicycle trails as well as some of the best fishing around; 8 miles from The Pinnacle which is packed full of restaurants and outlet shopping; and 3 1/2 miles from the downtown and State Street where you can literally walk in both Tennessee and Virginia at the same time which is lined with restaurants, escape rooms, a pool hall, comedy club, bars and more! We're centrally located within the city limits and just minutes from anything in Bristol. During your stay at our farm, you'll get to meet our resident welcoming committee comprised of Jasper the donkey, several very friendly cows, goats, chickens, and horses. Our allocated camping area is situated on the far end of the farm and surrounded by several pole barns and an outhouse providing a sense of privacy. You're welcome to hike up through our horse pasture which leads up to an amazing view atop the hillside. (Our animals are all very social, but you would be exploring the property at your own risk of course.) We do offer elopement packages as well and can provide an officiant at no extra charge. All you'll need is a Sullivan County, TN marriage license and we can take care of the rest!
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Camping with the Horses!

5 sites · RVs, Tents13 acres · Bristol, TN
Learn more about this land:Trail riding in abundance, some of the best fly fishing in the country within walking distance, lake access is only a short drive. Convenient to Bristol Motor Speedway and so much more!  We allow fellow horse lovers to bring horses so they can enjoy some fantastic trails in the area.  We keep 2 resting pastures available where your horse can enjoy some tasty grass during your stay.  See horse options in the Extra Section.  
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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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Love Our Soil Farms- on the River

5 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents36 acres · Sneedville, TN
Love Our Soil Farms is a developing, small regenerative farm that is the cornerstone of our family’s journey to living a more compassionate, peaceful, and sustainable life. Our independent family farm is a place—both physical and in spirit—that we hope to share with others. It is our passion project, driven by a desire to leave our earth better than we found it and create a healthier, more sustainable future for our children. We would love for you to join us here at Love Our Soil Farms on the beautiful Clinch River. It’s the perfect place for a getaway, whether you make it a day trip or come visit for an overnight stay. You can relax and unplug in your own cozy and comfortable space while surrounded by the majestic Appalachian mountains inhabited by an abundance of wildlife. Whichever stay, location, or event you choose, you will be only steps away from the river where you can swim, kayak or fish. You will be nestled up against our growing homestead, including our farm animals (we offer tours). We offer Farm-to-Table meals for all our guests and we love accommodating large groups with our different sites and are happy to help plan youre group event. Glamping Glamping in one of our three amazing luxury tents – located right on the river, the creek or tucked away in the mountains – is the ultimate in camping meets comfort. All three locations are nestled up against our farm and have full access to the river and gathering spots. Tents have their own private restroom with double compost toilets and an off grid hot shower heated by propane. Barnyard Staying overnight in our barnyard camper gives you the complete farm life experience. You will be staying right in the middle of our farm—between our barn and our milking parlor—surrounded by chickens, turkeys, and guinea hens! Inside your camper, you will have running water, a restroom, and a small kitchen. If you’re curious about life on a family farm or just want to get some good quality time in with farm animals, this is the place to stay. Boondocking Your own RV is welcome to park riverside, we currently do not have hookups so you will be dry camping. You are also welcome to use our fire pit and restrooms if they are available, as guests staying in our glamping tents will have the option to reserve them. The restrooms have double compost toilets and an off grid hot shower heated by propane. You can check with us prior to making your reservation to see if other guests have already reserved these amenities for their stay. Camping Classic tent camping is a blast here! You can bring your own tent or rent one from us. This is the ultimate experience for living off the land and reconnecting with nature. You will have your own fire pit, and you will be surrounded by an abundance of wildlife. When you stay overnight with us here on the farm you become part of our family. We want to make sure that you not only unwind but also get to take advantage of all the amazing things this beautiful homestead has to offer. You will have direct access to the river for kayaking, tubing, fishing, swimming, hiking, or just sitting along the bank enjoying the fresh air. Our family’s favorite activity is gathering by the fire pit at night, listening to the river, and gazing at the stars, which shine brighter here than anywhere we’ve ever been. We would love to share everything this peaceful place has with you. Waking up by the river is rejuvenating and is the perfect way to start your day as you reconnect with nature. While you’re perfectly welcome to cook all of your meals over a campfire for the full “roughing it” experience, we understand that there are times when you just want to kick back and relax. With that in mind, we also offer hot, home cooked family meals, delivered directly to your door upon request and at an additional expense. Tours Our farm is small but growing daily. We are striving to create a fully functional and self-reliant regenerative farm in an environment that is focused on soil health and increasing biodiversity, while peacefully existing and raising healthy and happy animals. If this is something you're interested in experiencing, we’ve got you covered. We offer different levels of tours and experiences and would love to share our farm, and our knowledge, with you. River dining Sitting on the river bank enjoying a farm-to-table meal can be romantic or just plain fun. We offer a limited amount of lunches by the river as well as candlelit dinners. Just let us know what you’re thinking and how many people you have in your party, and we’ll work with you to make your perfect event happen! Special events If you would like to hold a special event, such as a birthday party, wedding, or family reunion at our farm, we would love to make that happen. Special event availability is on a very limited basis with a select number of dates set aside for these types of events. Let us know what you have in mind and if we have the availability, we’ll work closely with you to make your dream event come true.
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Mountain streams and wildlife

6 sites · RVs, Tents350 acres · Blackwater, VA
Learn more about this land:Mountain streams and wildlife. Campground is situated in Walnut Grove I have a Victorian home that has no electric or water and a good driveway located next to home for smaller RVs
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Clayman Valley Camping

4 sites · RVs, Tents2 acres · Bristol, VA
This quiet campsite is perfect for a couple and their dogs to escape into nature. Located in Bristol, VA; 7 minutes away from Kroger and Bristol's Hard Rock Casino, 21 minutes from Bristol Motor Speedway. You can enjoy the peaceful quiet of camping in our retired horse pasture along the black Walnut tree woodline, yet still be close enough to Kroger if you need extra hotdogs. There's a good chance that you'll see deer, rabbit, or some type of wildlife during your stay. Firewood will be stacked by the burn pit so you can enjoy an easy fire. Walk around and try an apple from on of our trees if you'd like. There's plenty of room in the field to play fetch in the with your dog, so bring a frisbee or Chuck-It. We hope you enjoy this simple campsite we've created. Thank you 🙏🏼. About Bristol Facts About Bristol Bristol's central location and excellent transportation connections make it the center of the five-state area. State Street joins Tennessee and Virginia and puts the states of West Virginia, Kentucky, and North Carolina within easy driving distance of Bristol. For a detailed look at our area statistics, download the Community Profile. Location Strategically situated in the southeastern United States, Bristol Tennessee-Virginia is a twin city located directly on the Tennessee-Virginia state line. Bristol is part of the metropolitan statistical area of Bristol, Johnson City, and Kingsport, commonly called the Tri-Cities. Interstate 81 ties Bristol to important population centers such as Knoxville, Tennessee (118 miles west), and Roanoke, Virginia (143 miles east). Interstate highways 77 and 40 connect with 1-81 within 73 miles of Bristol. Interstate 26 from Charleston, SC to Asheville, NC is currently being extended through the Tri-Cities and is expected to be completed in the summer of 2003. Government Bristol, Tennessee, and Bristol, Virginia, are independent cities. Each has a council-manager form of government. Both cities have planning commissions, zoning ordinances, and industrial development authorities.
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Kennedy Historic Farm

9 sites · RVs, Tents165 acres · Cleveland, VA
This camping experience takes place on a 200+ year old farm. We currently offer 8 camping options, 7 of which are all accessible by either all-wheel drive or 4-wheel drive vehicles.  The first location (along the main road) is solely for RVs or travel trailers (TT). The other 7 camping locations are for tent camping, and much smaller/narrower and rugged RV/TT with a 4-wheel drive towing vehicle. Daniel and Cherith Kennedy purchased this 164-acre farm in 2014, and Daniel's parents, Brent Rita Kennedy, purchased the 1800's era farmhouse from Daniel and Cherith a couple years later. Together, we have transformed this farm back into a working farm with hay fields, cattle, donkeys, goats, sheep, chickens and any other critters we buy or rescue. We are currently rehabilitating the 1700's era one room schoolhouse at the front corner of our land as well. This farm is full of memories, hard work, and is absolutely stunning. Your hosts on-site are Brent and Rita Kennedy, and they are famous for spoiling our guests rotten. They can give you tours of the farm, some in-season eggs and veggies as they have available, and even throw in some goat-petting opportunities. They love having visitors and are sure to make your trip memorable.
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If you're looking for an exciting camping experience with an RV and a farm in mind, Hipcamp has over 2500 options available near Big Stone Gap, Virginia. With an average price of $30 per night and options as low as $5, you're sure to find the perfect spot for you. Some top campsites to consider are Dark Ridge Hide Out (422 reviews), Smoky Mountain Mangalitsa Farm (388 reviews), and Patrick's Point River Camp (263 reviews). Popular amenities include showers, toilets, and campfires, while off-roading (OHV), wildlife watching, and snow sports are just a few of the popular activities available.

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