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Old World Heritage Farm

· Five Points, Alabama
10 sites
10 RV/Tent
Once a fully wooded lot, it was hand cleared by a gentleman that still lives nearby. He dug the pond, sunk the well and hand built the main residence. here are two verified Creek Indian burial sites on the grounds, and the creek provides comforting sounds year around. Learn more about this land: From inception, Old World Heritage Farm has been about community, sharing and being outdoors with others. It's about friends, old and new; it's about nature and enjoying the experience.  Come share our little piece of heaven and make new friends, or hang out with old friends. Pitch your tent in the shade of mature oaks, or down in the meadow surrounded by pines and black berry bushes.  Park your self sufficient RV and horse trailer and enjoy the sights and sounds of an organic working farm.   Your site will be spacious and very natural. We make every attempt to stay as natural as possible. Sites are "pick as you like" on a first come, first picked basis. Groups can be accommodated and provided with a feeling of semi privacy.   We have chickens (yes, and roosters), goats, sometimes lambs, and our family dogs. Breakfast eggs from our chickens can be provided on request. There are coyotes to be heard in the distance and Whippoorwills in the surrounding woods. Put your feet in the running brook behind the shallow pond at the back of the farm. Enjoy fishing, hiking, boating and biking all within minutes of the farm.
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Five Points, Alabama, United StatesTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Troy D.Joined in March 2018
3 ratings · 2 reviews
Chris C.recommends
February 14, 2021
Old World Heritage Farm
Troy was a great host. Put me right up by the barn and gave men hens’ and quail eggs. He even let me have a little fire in the evening despite other restrictions. The property was quiet and peaceful—beautiful branch at the rear of the property that was flowing out of its banks due to rain.
Heather C.recommends
August 14, 2018
Old World Heritage Farm
Troy was very nice and informative about the property. It was a really pleasant spot- the tall grasses did make for plenty of bugs, but that's just part of summer in the south. We van camped in the tall grass field, the bugs probably would have been less had we tent camped up in the wooded area more.
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