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Gus' Farm at Muscadine

· Muscadine, Alabama
10 acres
5 sites
5 RV
Used to be a horse farm.  Now it belongs to Gus, who is the size of a small horse.  We have chickens, grow our own vegetables, and are starting a dairy goat herd. Learn more about this land: There is plenty of space to choose where to set up camp. There is a wooded area available as well as open field and small stream with shade. There are plenty of trees to hang hammocks, or use the rings already set up at the horse barn (still outside, but covered).   I also welcome bike campers, horse campers, truck tents, car tents, and Combi/Microbus/Bulli for dry camping.  There are no hook-ups.  I do not have proper space for motorhomes or large pull-behind travel trailers, but a small, vintage-type might fit.  I am also looking into the possibility of flat places for small RVs. There is a one-room cabin with camp stove, mini fridge, running water, and bathroom with stand-up shower which will be available soon ***Nearby attractions include (and will be updated as I discover them): **PLEASE NOTE:  All distances are approximate THE JUNCTION (.25m) - They sometimes have live music LAZY RIVER RENTALS (3m) - I haven't tried it yet, but it sounds fun.  It's on the Tallapoosa River HISTORIC POSSUM SNOUT, GA (6m) - Yes, I said that.  There is a possum drop on New Year's Eve HELTON HOWLAND MEMORIAL PARK (+/- 7m) - Military vehicles, equipment, picnic pavilion, waking trail, fishing. Open year-round TALLAPOOSA CITY MOUNTAIN PARK (+/- 8m) - There is a golf course.  I don't golf, so I couldn't tell you much about it but it's there WEST GEORGIA MUD PARK (+/- 9m) - They have events during the year TALLADEGA NATIONAL FOREST - All around us. Hiking, biking, camping, fishing. COLEMAN LAKE (10m)  - Fishing, Swimming area, RV camping, dump station PINHOTI TRAIL Heflin, AL (15m) - Hiking.  The trail is 339 miles long and has some beautiful mountain views.  It begins at Cheaha State Park and runs 170 miles through the state of Alabama, then 167 miles through north Georgia to intersect with the Appalachian Trail.  Check out "The 5 Best Day Hikes on the Pinhoti Trail in Alabama" at rootsrated.com (you'll have to google that) TALLAPOOSA RIVER OUTFITTERS Hwy 46 Heflin, AL (15m) -  Kayaking  CHIEF LADIGA TRAIL (14m) - Biking, Running, Walking.  It is a 33-mile rail trail that stretches from Anniston to the Alabama-Georgia state line MOUNT CHEAHA (+/- 40m) - Highest point in Alabama.  They have cabins, RV camping, horseback riding, hiking, fishing and scenic overlooks CHOCCOLOCCO KAYAK (+/- 30m) - Kayak rental on the river across from Choccolocco Park in Oxford, AL There are also other bike trails within driving distance.  You can visit traillink.com to find some trails and maps (you'll have to google that too) **If you enjoy visiting wineries: THE FRUITHURST WINERY COMPANY, CR 49 Fruithurst, AL (4m) - Part of the North Alabama Wine Trail HIGH COUNTRY CELLARS, Hwy 9 Heflin, AL (15m) - Tasting Room is open during business hours M-Th 1-6, F-Sat 10-6
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Muscadine, Alabama, United StatesTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Lisa M.Joined in May 2021
Response rate: 100%Response time: Within 3 hours
6 ratings · 4 reviews
David B.recommends
January 2, 2023
Tent or Hammock Camping - UPDATE
Kind host and beautiful spot
Super helpful and friendly host! Would highly recommend. Nice spot.
Matthew L.recommends
October 10, 2021
Tent or Hammock Camping - UPDATE
Lisa was great and kind. Spot was nice and quiet and plenty of space!
Eric G.recommends
August 10, 2021
Tent or Hammock Camping - UPDATE
Beautiful pastures very quiet
Last minute stop on 4000 trip from Georgia to Wichita to Denver to Ogden Utah back with stops in Denver Wichita and tuskahoma Oklahoma very quiet except for being extremely hot and my battery pack not working all night it was beautiful they have a few nice pastures I stayed up front due to my vehicle . I bet it’s very nice in the fall with all the trees changing…. Thank you for the last minute retreat to recharge myself Blessed be
Alex E.recommends
July 7, 2021
Tent or Hammock Camping - UPDATE
Loved tent camping beneath the trees at the fork of two springs. It was very private and peaceful. Lisa was such a kind, generous, accommodating host and her land is absolutely beautiful. Will definitely return.
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