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Crossing Creeks Farm
26 reviews
· Shelbyville, Tennessee
125 acres
1 site
1 Lodging
In December of 2012, our family purchased 125 acres located in south central Tennessee, Bedford County. With no permanent driveway, two creeks to cross to access the land, barbed wire fence everywhere and an old hay barn, there was much work ahead to be done. We have made many improvements over the years but the two creeks offer the same beauty. Now two bridges and a driveway cross over the two creeks before they merge into one, producing the name Crossing Creeks Farm. We are passionate about producing great food for our family’s table and yours. With a commitment to producing pasture raised, organic fed and soy free everything through regenerative farming practices, our focus is grass-fed meats and eggs. Our second passion is hosting guests right here on the farm with unique farm stays. Learn more about this land: At Crossing Creeks Farm, we are passionate about producing pasture raised, organic fed, soy free food for our family's table and yours. We are now offering our private farm campsite complete with outdoor bathhouse and picnic pavilion. This site offers many comforts of home but while still enjoying the outdoors unplugged. Each Adirondack cabin is open air with the front fully screened. Upon arrival, park in front of our farm store where we will meet you with our tractor and wagon to load your belongings. We will deliver your gear to the campsite located across the creek while you get a brief tour of the bathhouse and facilities. Our private campsite sits in the bend of one of our farm's creeks with two large old trees in the middle, along with a fire pit, picnic pavilion, 2 Adirondack cabins, and an outdoor bathhouse. Whether you are booking for just yourself or a group up to 10, you have the entire campsite to yourself during your stay. The nightly price includes the campsite for 2 guests, each additional guest (including children) is an additional $20 per guest per night. Each Adirondack cabin can sleep up to 5. Each is complete with a queen bed, twin bunk bed and a cot. Linens are provided but feel free to bring your own too. Please bring your own pillows. You will need to bring your own towels, washcloths and soaps for the outdoor bathhouse. The bathhouse includes a shower with hot water, toilet/changing stall, and outdoor sink for washing hands and dishes. There is no electricity in the campsite so please bring flashlights/lanterns. The pavilion and bathhouse have beautiful solar powered string lights that automatically come on at dark. The front of the campsite sits just outside our horses' pasture. So while sipping your morning cup of coffee, you may see horses or wild turkey or even deer. And with our farm store just a short walk from the campsite, you can pick up fresh eggs for breakfast or a juicy steak for dinner. We also have plenty of fire wood and fire starters available for purchase. Also enjoy a walk on our private farm walking trails. Our family lives on the farm so let us know if you need anything during our stay. Our farm is located only 1.5 miles off the Tennessee Whiskey Trail, which offers great tourism opportunities at distilleries such as Jack Daniels in Lynchburg, George Dickel and Nearest Green. The historic town of Bell Buckle is only 6 miles from our farm and offers great shopping (lots of antiques), seasonal craft fairs/events and dining. And with so many water sources like Normandy Lake, Duck River, Tim's Ford Lake and the Elk River nearby, the day adventures- kayaking, swimming and fishing-are endless. With Nashville just an hour away, the opportunities for making great memories are abundant.
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Shelbyville, Tennessee, United StatesTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Elizabeth S.Joined in October 2019
20 ratings · 26 reviews
Amanda D.recommends
June 12, 2022
The Adirondacks at Crossing Creeks
Such an amazing weekend. Everything is so well done! The store has amazing meat and snacks, the hosts are amazing people and the farm is absolutely BEAUTIFUL! Definitely worth your time and money!
Brooke L.recommends
May 15, 2022
The Adirondacks at Crossing Creeks
Glamping at its finest
Second year coming here ! We loved all the updates! We plan to come for many more years!
Bobby W.recommends
April 24, 2022
The Adirondacks at Crossing Creeks
Amazing place!
The property was absolutely breathtaking! The amount of wildlife we seen was phenomenal! One of the cabins are perfect for a family of four, and the beds sleep great! Elizabeth and her father were an absolute charm to deal with! Can’t wait to go back! If I could give this place a higher review I would!
David W.recommends
August 15, 2021
The Adirondacks at Crossing Creeks
Great First Time Experience
We weren’t sure what to expect since this was our first time as a family trying glamping. From the moment we arrived to the moment we left we were treated like family. The setup was very cozy and relaxing. I can’t wait to come back and I recommend The Adirondacks at Crossing Creek.
Fred H.recommends
August 9, 2021
The Adirondacks at Crossing Creeks
A charming and peaceful experience!
Where do I start!!! The cabins, the view, the family that owns and lives on the organic farm……. The entire experience was great! Upon arriving, they load your stuff onto a flat bed and haul it down to the cabin for you. When you arrive you find 2 of the cutest cabins ever! You have a beautiful view of the horses in the pasture and a great fire pit surrounded by Adirondack chairs. There is a little “kitchen” area equipped with a charcoal grill, a prep table and a flat top griddle that was wonderful! The cabin has a little battery operated lantern and there are solar party lights around the bathroom and picnic table area. There is a bathroom area with plumbing, a sink, mirror and an outdoor shower that was delightful! (Don’t worry no one can see you:) The beds were very comfortable with high quality sheets. There is a family friendly hiking/walking trail on the farm that follows the creek. The family has a small farm store also where you can purchase their completely organic meat. (we got chicken breast, hamburger patties and bone broth that were fantastic) We will be returning with our kayaks next time as the Duck River is only 15-20 minutes from the farm. We made friends with the family and they could not have been more hospitable! The vision they have put into the farm as well as their vision for the future is superb! Will definitely be back!
Paul S.recommends
July 3, 2021
Electric-only RV Site at CCF
Even better than expected!
This place was fantastic! Clean, friendly, easy to find and owners were very hospitable. We had an issue that made us fall behind and they were more than accommodating. Honestly felt like we were staying with friends more than a campsite we paid for. Set this up as a place to stop for a quick night as we were passing through, but honestly plan on designing a trip around coming back here. There are multiple generations of family here and seeing this working farm in action was a thing of beauty. My kids honestly felt empowered by how mature and hard-working these kids were. Thank you Crossing Creek Farm!
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