10 sites · RVs, Tents1800 acres · Syria, Madison
Campground by Shenandoah National Park
Maximum Length of Stay 7 Days
1800 Acre Farm to Play On
Lots of activities - from live music, to nature walks, horseback trail rides, fly fishing, 18 miles of trails, mountain biking, road biking.
Campground is 7 acres on the Farm and on large attendance weeks it goes up to 55 acres.
Campground is free-form. You make your own area, no reserved "spaces".
Porta-toilets, pit toilets, excellent mountain well water.
No picnic tables or fire rings as we use the spaces for different events.
No hook-ups. We do have a dump station with a fee of $40.00.
2 Mountain Streams - Rose River & Robinson River
2 Fishing Ponds - no license needed
18 Miles of Trails
Seasonal Pool - fee payable $10 pp per day in 2023
Free-form Camping - no assigned spaces
Well Behaved pets are welcome - on leads please.
No hook-ups at this time
7 acres of meadows on the 1800-acre Farm & Graves Mountain Lodge
Please stay within signed areas as the size of the campground changes according to festival events
Wood - collect from forest or buy down at the Graves Mountain Market, Campground Entrance or at the Main Lodge.
Water spigots up front near the barn.
Small electrical supply up front - for devices only
Porta-toilets and pit toilets
Wet toilets, sinks and showers are usually available down at the bathhouse in the DORM area behind the packing shed opposite the Market or at the Old Farm House bathhouse near the Main Lodge.
Fiber Optic WiFi- that allows for Cell service calling and receiving - even without cell service - up front. Get password at bulletin board, Market or Main Lodge
Cell phones - connect to your network via our WiFi both to call out and receive calls. We are remote so no cell towers available
Open 24 hours - at night please be quiet when arriving at setting up
Old Rag Hike- 6.5 miles to the back entrance (Weakley Hollow/Berry Hollow Fire Rd and Old Rag Shelter |10.5 miles to Nethers/Front Entrance.
White Oak Canyon Hike - 6.5 miles up our back hollow road
12 Outdoor Adventures and a Whole Farm to Get to Know
Hiking and fishing on our 1800 acres and National Park, horse-back riding, nature hikes, guided hikes, yoga, live music, own hard cider, Farm to Table Restaurant, Market Deli and tackle for needs, prepared foods - or giving in to a massage - even Reiki.
Live sing-along, open mike on Friday evenings and live Bluegrass on sat evening. Our own hard cider, fir-pit, marshmallows.
What will be happening on the farm - see our calendar of activities: https://www.gravesmountain.com/calendar-events-shenandoah-blue-ridge/
Huge seasonal pool, volleyball, badminton, horseshoes, corn-hole, ping pong, board games, and books - a whole library for you.