Located on a 500 foot ridge above the Mississippi River delta, Sugarberry Ridge is sixteen acres of open lawn, wooded forest, and well-established kudzu.
With plans underway to develop a food forest, a pollinator meadow, and community gardens, each guest is sure to see something interesting going on. Goats and chickens will be joining the farm crew shortly.
About a fifteen minute drive south will take you to Meeman-Shelby State Forest for some of the best hiking trails in the midsouth. Between Meeman-Shelby and The Old Forest in Overton Park, a state-protected old growth stand in the heart of Memphis, you'll see what the Mississippi River uplands used to look like.
If you've had enough nature and want to hit some museums, live shows, galleries, etc., Memphis has it all.
The drive-up campsite is located toward the rear of the property for plenty of privacy. A handicap-accessible porta-potty is provided near the site. Coming later this fall: a primitive outdoor shower!