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Hummingbird Hill Acres

Stewart, Stewart, Tennessee
36 acres hosted by Sylvia P.
8 RV/tent sites
Primitive camping
Best for self-contained campers. There are no toilets, showers, or potable water at this Hipcamp.
This was once a working farm, but was sold to logging interests for the many hardwoods that covered it. Once the Loggers were finished it was broken up in parcels to be sold as farmettes, residential lots, etc. I found my beautiful Hummingbird Hill on a Zillow site, when I came to look at the property I discovered the only way to get to my hill was a right of way through three other parcels. Those are the properties I was shown! The realtor didn't even realize the gem of the hill was there. I went back a week later and hiked up a barely visible path through the trees and out onto an open hill that looks out over the ridges in three directions,and down on the field all around it .A small pond in one corner. You have a view clear to the Church next to Hurricane Creek. But no one can see the hill. I bought the three parcels on the lower 7 acres, rejoining them and I bought the 27 acres that is the hill and fields. This property got its name from the locals who tell me it was named that due to the multiple Hummingbirds that return every year to the property. I have had them fly right up and hover inches from my face! This property was a favorite hunting spot for the locals due to the amount of wildlife that come from the 5,000 acre logging forest it backs up to. I no longer allow hunting on the property except for my own family when there are no campers . With a clear sky at night there is no ambient light to interfere with stargazing. Billions of diamonds in the sky. Bring you telescope. Campfires are only allowed within the fire rings and not after midnight. Please bring your own portable camp potty or pack out your waste. No firearms allowed. I lived in a small shed cabin on the property completely off grid for 7 years and am in the process of developing the lower acres into garden, orchard and small homestead. We are planning to add Alpacas, sheep, Highland Cattle, and Chickens. I am an old fashioned quilter, and do all forms of needlework. I can spin with a spindle and am learning to use a spinning wheel. I sew as well. If any campers are interested I will offer a basic class in sewing, quilting, Knitting or Crochet. Very private, raw land camping. Completely off Grid. Lots of wildlife, Small pond is their watering hole. No ambient light so you can really see the stars at night. Bring your telescopes. Beautiful view across the tree tops to the next ridge Quiet except for the sounds of nature. Campfires allowed in fire pits only and not after midnight.
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Stewart, Stewart, Tennessee, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of ᏣᎳᎫᏪᏘᏱ Tsalaguwetiyi (Cherokee, East), Chikashsha I̠yaakni’ (Chickasaw), S’atsoyaha (Yuchi), and Shawandasse Tula (Shawanwaki/Shawnee) First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Sylvia P.Joined in March 2020
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