Farm airstreams in Virginia

Iconic hikes, history, and golden beaches await campers in Virginia’s 41 state parks.

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Casa Vargas

6 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents104 acres · Culpeper, VA
Bring your tent, travel trailer or RV to our farm, Located 5 miles from the town of Culpeper VA, 22 miles from skyline drive, some of the best wineries, breweries, and many more tourist attractions. Here you can spend some quality time with family and friends, go for a hike, bike ride, horse back riding, stargaze or just do nothing. We are 1 mile down a dirt road on 104 acres, our sites are very private and secluded.
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Muddy Creek Campground and Farm

41 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents17 acres · Copper Hill, VA
Welcome to the “Boondocks!” Muddy Creek Campground and Farm is currently a work- in-progress. The property was purchased with a multi-phase dream in mind. Our short term and long-term goals are to provide a get-away, your way. Nestled in the hills of Copper Hill, Virginia, (elevation 2600 feet, population 1758, Muddy Creek Campground and Farm is 17.5 acres of pasture and a woodland get-away that includes rolling hills, rescued livestock, micro farming, RV and tent campsites, and primitive camping glamping. While staying with us, enjoy the change of seasons on the Blue Ridge Parkway (one mile from Muddy Creek), ziplining and hiking at Buffalo Mountain, swimming, tubing, and kayaking complements of the Little River, and follow the Crooked Road music tour. Our neighbors also include wineries, breweries, paintball courses, corn mazes in the fall, horseback riding trails and one week a year at the popular July FloydFest. At Muddy Creek you choose the accommodations, activities, food, and the amenities (or the lack there of) where we believe that your experience needs to fit your needs. Sometimes that may include eating and sleeping under the stars and nothing more. We recommend that, too. Phase 1 – The Camp Side Camp sites offer RV camping, camper vans, primitive tent camping, glamping, and eventually tiny cabin camping. Maybe you’d prefer nightly “boondocking” or RV/van camping (no utilities provided). We will host tent/primitive camping (use what you bring in). Tents and sleeping bags may be rented based on availability or you may bring your own. Amenities may include fire pits, picnic tables, tents, RV and Camper Van rentals, cast iron cookware for open fire cooking, hawk watching, and woodland critter sightings. Muddy Creek Campground and Farm Highlights Raw resources: 17.5 acres of pasture, trees, fresh air, forest bathing and Mother Nature Accommodations: RV/Camper Van, primitive, and glamping camping. Location/Proximity: (Remember country miles take a little longer to travel) • 1.0 miles to the Blue Ridge Parkway -2 minutes • 28 miles to Exit 114 Interstate 81 -33 minutes • 1.5 miles to Route 221/Floyd Hwy - 3 minutes Recreation: hiking, biking, fishing, horseback riding, kayaking/tubing, paintball, golf, college football games Communities, transportation, shopping, restaurants, breweries/wineries: • 46 miles to Roanoke, VA via 81 N – 50 minutes • 38.2 miles to Roanoke, VA via 221 N – 59 minutes • 14.4 miles to Floyd, VA - 19 minutes • 17.3 miles to Virginia Tech - 27 minutes • 37.3 miles to Roanoke College - 42 minutes • 6.8 miles to Radford University -28 minutes • 1.5 miles to FloydFest - 5 minutes • 43.8 miles to Roanoke-Blacksburg Regional Airport - 50 minutes • 46.0 miles to Amtrak – Roanoke – 53 minutes Phase 1 –The Farm Side-Spring of 2024 A portion of the property will be used for micro-farming. Our vision is to provide yearlong gardening via hoop-houses, raised beds, and old-school planting in the ground that will lead to seasonal vegetables and fruits, a hoop house for year-round gardens, classes that teach planting, cultivating, harvesting - all near hiking, biking, fishing, horseback riding and shopping. Instead, you may choose to stay on-site for rest and relaxation…less can be more! Limited rescued livestock will roam the property. Goats serve as an eco-friendly form of land maintenance and fertilizer, donkeys protect the goats, hens produce eggs, and even a couple of cows may wander because we just love cows! This will be by no means a sanctuary, but our animal residents will live out their natural lives at Muddy Creek – the compost makers. Our intention is to build and grow with purpose while being thoughtful stewards of the property, guests, community. One of the many great perks of camping is the uniqueness that each campground provides. You may note similarities, but the location and the land provide a different adventure for everyone. Camping is about experiencing and making memories. Muddy Creek is literally built from the camp site/farm ground up, merging two passions into one - farming and camping. Farm camping does not target any specific demographic, but instead provides an array of opportunities for leisure and travel (even if that travel is just one county away). Design your vacation as you wish: sleep, eat, tickle a goat's ear, or decide how much recreation or relaxation you want. All are part of the Muddy Creek Campground and Farm community experience, providing something or perhaps the want for “nothing” for everyone. Many camp sites are targeted for the high energy outdoor enthusiasts that are loved by many, but we cater to the get-out-of town, disconnect, rest, cook and eat over an open fire. Mountain or metro camper, recreation is right around the bend. Muddy Creek is affordable, accessible, and inclusive of all guests.
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JILLBILLY'S

3 sites · Lodging, Tents23 acres · Dugspur, VA
Experience primitive camping at our organic farm in Southwest Virginia, where a plethora of activities awaits or simply unwind amidst nature. Whether you're in the mood for hiking trails, mushroom foraging, rock hunting, leisurely nature walks in the orchard, pine grove, pond loop, creekside trail, or more adventurous mountain biking, there's something for everyone. Conveniently located near the New River Trail and Blue Ridge Parkway, explore local attractions detailed on our website, BlueRidgeVaAgritourism.
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Farm airstreams in Virginia guide

Overview

Whether you want to dive into Civil War history, follow in the footsteps of former presidents, or drive the legendary Blue Ridge Parkway, Virginia rarely disappoints. The birthplace of America has thousands of miles of Atlantic coastline and more miles of the Appalachian Trail than any other state. Still need convincing? Virginia’s 41 state parks boast more than 600 miles of trails and 1,800 state campsites, leading the way to forested mountains, rambling rivers, and beaches. Camping is a year-round affair, whether you prefer fall foliage hikes, pitching a tent on the beach, or snowshoeing from a cozy winter cabin. 

Where to go

Central Virginia

Gleaming lakes and pine-clad foothills characterize the central Piedmont region, known for its lakeside camping, canoe and kayak trails, and Civil War sites. Pocahontas State Park is just a half-hour drive from the state capital, Richmond, where multi-use trails are popular for biking and horseback riding. Also within a short drive, Bear Creek Lake State Park offers easy access to Cumberland State Forest trails, while James River State Park has RV, tent, and canoe-in campsites.

Atlantic Coast & Chesapeake Bay

Wide beaches and fishing villages pepper the coast of Chesapeake Bay, Virginia’s top choice for beach lovers. You can pitch your tent right on the beach at First Landing State Park and False Cape State Park, camp on the grounds of Chippokes Plantation State Park, or get on the water at York River State Park.

Shenandoah Valley & The North

The dense woodlands are the star attraction in Shenandoah National Park and along its renowned Skyline Drive. The closest state campgrounds can be found in Shenandoah River State Park, a popular spot for summer hiking, canoeing, and picnicking, while further south, Douthat State Park has a swimming beach, waterfall hikes, and mountain biking trails.

Appalachian & Blue Ridge Mountains

The rugged Appalachian Mountains fringe Virginia’s southwestern borders, merging into the wooded slopes of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Grayson Highlands State Park is the gateway to the region’s two most popular hikes: the Appalachian Trail and Mount Rogers. Alternatively, paddle the scenic waterways of New River Trail State Park, book a cabin in the woods in Hungry Mother State Park, or escape the crowds at Clinch River State Park.

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