Cabins near Charlottesville with fishing

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Warren Ferry Landing

4 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents16 acres · Scottsville, VA
Come enjoy Warren Ferry Landing, our expansive and shaded property just steps from the James River! Our property boasts 400+ feet of river frontage for you to enjoy and you can swim, fish, or even launch a canoe directly from our sites. About the property Our property is located adjacent to the historic Warren Ferry crossing of the James River. This is one of two historic ferry crossings near Scottsville, VA! The other, Hatton Ferry, is located a little bit down river from this location. Our property is only 8 miles from Scottsville so if you need to pop into town for something you forgot it is quite easy. There are many other activities that you can partake in nearby or on our property. There is fishing, swimming, hiking, and kayaking all within easy reach of our property. We do not live onsite but we aim to be easily reachable over the phone or text. If you have any questions before or during your stay please don’t hesitate to reach out. Keep in mind that during the night it is possible to hear some train activity from across the river.
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Hawthorn Hollar

3 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents214 acres · Palmyra, VA
Discover Hawthorn Hollow A Family-Owned Retreat Since 1949 Embrace the serenity of nature at Hawthorn Hollow, a family-owned property since 1949. Enjoy fishing from our pier or in our ganoe, hiking our 8 miles of scenic trails, and letting your dogs roam freely on our spacious, 214 acre tree farm. Activities for Everyone Fishing: Catch and release from our pier or ganoe. Hiking: Explore 8 miles of beautiful trails. Camping: Large, private, self-contained rustic sites. Riding: Bring your four-wheelers, side by sides, dirt bikes, or horses. Rent all the sites for unlimited riding. Waivers provided on-site or via email. Off-the-Grid Cabin: Features a composting toilet, a double futon pullout, and 4 cots with a pond view. Playground: A simple, rustic playground that sparks children's imaginations. Rustic and Self-Contained Our "dry" campsites offer a true rustic experience, so be prepared to be self-contained. Enjoy the tranquility of nature while staying at our off-the-grid cabin or one of our spacious campsites. Follow Us: Stay updated and show your support by liking us on Facebook: HAWTHORN HOLLOW
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B and M Journey Farm

7 sites · Lodging, Tents12 acres · New Market, VA
Welcome to our farm that dates back to 1916, where you can set up camp amidst our more than 10 acre farm. This charming spot is perfect for a getaway to rest, recharge, and explore the outdoors! About the Property: The rolling hills, beautiful sunrises and sunsets, and the bountiful wild flowers do not disappoint if you are looking for a peaceful time away. The property itself is wonderful to explore - whether that be wandering through the vineyard at sunset, or talking a walk on the farm and saying hi to our goats, chickens, and cows. We are located about 30 minutes from Shenandoah National Park, New Market Battlefield, and the Skyline Drive, which is stunning any time of year! Campers can enjoy hiking, biking, kayaking, and visiting wineries. There is something for everyone to do! We are also near the town of New Market, VA if you need to head into town and pick up some necessities. We really enjoy meeting campers and providing suggestions about what to do on and around our property, though we also respect guests' need for privacy and quiet-time if that is preferred. We want you to enjoy your time here. We welcome you to take a look at our various listing options. Come and pitch your tent at one of our four designated campsites or stay at our property cottage or barn loft in the picturesque Virginia countryside. We hope you'll enjoy the quaint and unique farm life, and country setting as much as we do. Please feel free to reach out with any questions and we look forward to your stay!
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Ginkgo Ridge

4 sites · Lodging66 acres · Gordonsville, VA
With views over the ocean of trees and town below, we offer three private and very comfy Glamping Cabins. Each of them provides a terrific place to experience the outdoors in comfort. We make it easy and fun to experience nature. Here, you can enjoy the breathtaking vistas, watch the spectacular sunsets, chase fireflies, make a campfire, search for the Milky Way, and then sleep easy in your own queen-sized bed on this historic property. The two original, off-grid, Jefferson Sea Cabins are perched on the eastern side of Ginkgo Ridge, And the newest, the Boxwood Overlook, sits on top of the ridge and includes electricity, AC, heat and lights. Ginkgo Ridge sits on the eastern side of the Southwest Mountains, which is the first mountain range west of the Atlantic. The views are big and far. Some say you can even see Portugal! Wildlife, including eagles, hawks, turkey, fox, rabbit, deer, fireflies and more are abundant on the 66-acre property. If you are interested in history, ask John. He will tell you about the Civil War battle fought here and the tobacco baron who once owned the estate. Two of our cabins are off grid — no electric and no plumbing but with alternative water and light. The third and newest enjoys electric. While there is no "running" water, we bring you fresh spring water. And while there is no electric in 2 cabins we make up for it with solar and battery lights and fans. We also offer a propane heater in all 3 to keep you toasty in cooler weather. Both off-grid cabins are equipped with a comfy, luxury queen-sized bed and box spring with fresh linens and plenty of pillows, a chair, and tables. The cabins are approximately 12x14 of interior living space plus a semi covered 16’ x 8’ deck with chairs and table. The original cabin is slightly smaller interior than the lower cabin. The newest third cabin is called the Boxwood Overlook Cabin, because it is surrounded by huge boxwoods and overlooks the entire property. It sits where the original main house was located, but burned down in the 1920's. It is more luxurious that the other 2. It's 12x20, includes an organic queen bed, refrigerator, reclining chairs, interior and exterior lights. And you can drive right to the front door. Each cabin gets a propane heater which keeps you toasty even on the coldest winter nights. In warmer months, the 2 off-grid cabins have battery-powered fans with plenty of industrial batteries. They also enjoys plenty of solar powered torch lamps which offer a terrific ambiance. We do recommend you bring flashlights and or headlamps. If you forget, no worries, we got you covered. The Boxwood Overlook cabin has electricity with interior and exterior lights, refrigerator and AC in the summer. All the cabins enjoy 5-gallon containers of fresh spring water and their own private Loo House/bathroom. The Loo Houses or bathrooms are semi open air. They have roofs, a solar bag shower, and bedside commodes with large, disposable, biodegradable bag inside with special sand that solidifies your waste. You dispose of the bag at a nearby trash box off property, just like a diaper. Extra bags are available. Each cabin has its own fire pit and grill with everything you need to make a fire, including split wood, kindling, newspaper and lighter. Firewood is $7.50 per crate. And if you need help starting your fire, no worries, John will help you. The "Jefferson Sea" is a description many attribute to the nation's 4th President, Thomas Jefferson, who enjoyed the same ocean-like view (but better) of fields and trees below his home at Monticello, that is located 15 miles down the road. Enjoy giant Ginkgo trees (especially in the Fall), boxwood gardens, colossal Tulip Poplars, and Osage Orange trees, and wild organic raspberries in July. We support BIPOC and all are welcome to enjoy our property :) There is a 2-night minimum on weekends. Just down the hill is the historic town of Gordonsville with perhaps the best BBQ on the east coast, wine tasting room, two breweries, several cafes and restaurants, grocery store and liquor store. Within minutes are Thomas Jefferson's Monticello, James Madison’s Montpelier and some of the nation’s finest vineyards, including Barboursville Vineyard and many others. The Blue Ridge Mountains, Skyline Drive, Shenandoah National Park, the University of Virginia and downtown Charlottesville are within 30 minutes. It’s just an hour to Richmond or Harrisonburg and less than two to Washington, DC, or 3 to We are very COVID-conscious! We comply with all COVID cleaning precautions which includes cleaning hard surfaces and fresh linens PETS We love dogs! Friendly and well-behaved dogs are welcome but we have pet rules out of necessity. Prior to making your reservation, please email us and tell us about your dog, describing their breed, size, temperament, owners ability to control dog, confirm that dog will be leashed and under your control at all times and that all vaccinations and flea/tick meds are up to date. There is a $25 fee per dog with a maximum of 2 dogs. Please see separate Pet Policy for details. EXTRAS $20 weekend rental Kitchen Package includes Coleman 2-burner stove with gas; spatula, fork, tongs; tea kettle and French Press to make hot water and coffee; small & large pots & frying pan; cups, bowls, plates, silverware; sharp knife & mini-cheese grater; large bowl; wine/bottle opener; dish soap & sponge; & smattering of other items. Also available are additional are: crates of firewood for $7.50 per a large cooler fresh flowers in season Any of these can be purchased in advance or paid on site via cash or Venmo.
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Farm/Animal Sanctuary

19 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents25 acres · Scottsville, VA
Peaceful, safe, and magical are just a few words guests use to describe our farm.  It's the perfect retreat to relax and reconnect with yourself and nature. Enjoy exploring the farm, spending time with our animals, and stargazing by the fire pit.  We're located in historic Scottsville Virginia (the heart of Virginia’s Monticello Wine Region). Seated in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the 25 acre farm is home to many domestic, farm and wild animals. The lush green rolling pastures offer exquisite views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and direct access to the James River. It truly is a serene private paradise. Our farm is on the James River and we encourage guests to enjoy fishing, tubing, kayaking, canoeing or just floating off the beach. We’re 420-friendly! Please let us know if you're bringing dogs or cats.  Our focus at the farm is two-fold. Promote agro-ecotourism and support our sister non-profit, Gentle Moon Conservancy. The mission of Gentle Moon is to provide lifetime care and shelter for animals in-need and inspire environmental stewardship through the power of individual action. We love the beauty and spirit of our farm so much that we want to share it with people who appreciate a peaceful vibe. You'll find that we are very relaxed and inclusive and welcome guests to enjoy the farm for all it has to offer. 
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Pigeon Valley Farms River Camp

7 sites · Lodging, RVs6 acres · Yogaville, VA
Pigeon Valley Farms River Camp is a humble sanctuary. It hosts many types of housing and parking sites. The Owl's Nest Glamping Cabin, Fireflies RV Parking, Dark Skies tent sites, planned springtime tiny gardens and riverfront view on the James River. Plenty enough room for all to be with nature and play outdoor games. Relax, heal and gather with your family and close friends. We also welcome your well behaved pets!
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Reed Family Farm

1 site · Lodging21 acres · Nellysford, VA
Located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains on 5 woodland acres of a 21 acre Nelson County family homestead and in an ever-changing temperate deciduous woodland where Spruce Creek murmurs as wildlife abound. Through productive conservation, we strive to preserve this woodland. We aim to create a cozy environment where guests are given the opportunity to create an ongoing relationship with the natural world. Our totally off-grid cabin gets you back to nature still maintaining some of the comforts from home. Inside the cabin we have LED battery powered ceiling lights, a propane fireplace, and a queen futon bed. Enjoy the yoga loft with provided yoga mats. On the screened in front porch, which doubles as the kitchen, you will find a propane grill and table. Behind the cabin is our composting outhouse where you will find a toilet and hand washing station. Just beyond the cabin there is the campfire circle for your enjoyment. Rules: No pets Respect our cabin and the surrounding forest.
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If you're looking for a relaxing fishing trip in a cozy cabin near Charlottesville, Virginia, look no further than Hipcamp. With over 390 available options, you're sure to find the perfect spot to cast your line and unwind. Top campsites like Camp Shenandoah Meadows (295 reviews), Cabin on the Seven Bends (243 reviews), and Wilderness Adventure (235 reviews) offer amenities such as potable water, toilets, and cooking equipment, as well as popular activities like horseback riding and paddling. Prices start as low as $15 per night, with an average of $35 per night. Book your stay now and get ready to fish your cares away!

If you're looking for a relaxing fishing trip in a cozy cabin near Charlottesville, Virginia, look no further than Hipcamp. With over 390 available options, you're sure to find the perfect spot to cast your line and unwind. Top campsites like Camp Shenandoah Meadows (295 reviews), Cabin on the Seven Bends (243 reviews), and Wilderness Adventure (235 reviews) offer amenities such as potable water, toilets, and cooking equipment, as well as popular activities like horseback riding and paddling. Prices start as low as $15 per night, with an average of $35 per night. Book your stay now and get ready to fish your cares away!

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