Camp on the Intracoastal Waterway overlooking pristine marshlands and wild barrier islands on the Atlantic Ocean. Two Spacious campsites. Enjoy fishing, exploring by kayak, SUP or lounge on the sugar sandy beaches easily accessible nearby. Boat rental companies will come pick you up for a tour, or a daily rental. We grow microgreens, herbs, flowers, blueberries, grapes
Camp on the Intracoastal Waterway overlooking pristine marshlands and wild barrier islands on the Atlantic Ocean. Two Spacious campsites. Enjoy fishing, exploring by kayak, SUP or lounge on the sugar sandy beaches easily accessible nearby. Boat rental companies will come pick you up for a tour, or a daily rental. We grow microgreens, herbs, flowers, blueberries, grapes and seasonal vegetables. Sailfish Restaurant and Humble Roots Farm are both within one mile of us so you can prepare your own or dine out. They both have websites with menus for you to view and you may order form Humble Roots at their site. You can eat clean, fresh, local food and enjoy the natural beauty of land we have loved and nourished chemical free for over thirty years. Whatever your saltwater or land loving pleasure, you can enjoy it here at Ocean View Micro Farm. Please message us with any questions or requests.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Biking to the Abbey Foy Nature Preserve, Sailfish Restaurant, Poplar Grove Plantation or just for leisure by the ICW is easily ...Read more
Sailing or power boating are poplar sports here. Boats 25' or smaller could be anchored in front of the property while you cam...Read more
Inshore and offshore fishing is good all year long. Campers can fish in the Intracoastal Waterway here, too!
Abbey Foy Nature Preserve, Lee Island and Hutaff Island as well as many tidal creeks and marshlands are waiting to be explored.
Kayaks, canoes, SUPs all belong in these waters! So much wildlife and beauty close by!
Sailing and surfing, nice ocean breeze!
Yes, ICW or Atlantic Ocean and many tidal creeks or secluded swimming areas in between.
Sea birds everywhere, especially Osprey (Sea Hawks) Atlantic dolphin swim by often, turtles, deer, squirrels, honeybees...
Natural features you'll find at Ocean View Micro Farm in North Carolina.
Our property is on the Intercostal Waterway. There are marsh islands between us and the barrier islands, Lea Island and Hutaff ...Read more
Rich Inlet and the Atlantic Ocean are in view and accessible. We are on the ICW. See Beach.
Oh Yes! See Beach, please.
Our property is on the Intercostal Waterway. There are marsh islands, between us and the barrier islands, Lea Island and Hutaff...Read more
The property owner managed the local organic Wilmington Farmers Market. Organic vegetables are grown on our property and may b...Read more
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Relaxing elevated basecamp!
Jane was so kind and welcoming. She has a gorgeous property and where we were near the water there was consistently a pleasant breeze. I had never used hipcamp before but I can't imagine that most camping experiences on here are is as nice as this one was. She is a microgreens farmer and upon arrival we were greeted with tray of live sprouts creatively planted with my husband's name and 40, just for our munching pleasure. She was so sweet to pick up eggs for us from a friend who is a farmer down the road and even left us a little bowl of fresh tomatoes and peaches! We had a nice relaxing get away for my husband's birthday and hope to visit again when the Black Water River is running a little lower. The marina is closer than it seems from the pictures so I would recommend that you are a confident kayaker if you plan on exploring in a small boat from this property. The "Devil's Left Ear" is directly across from the property so perhaps research this particular area before hand if you're looking to explore. We had rented kayaks for the weekend but become intimidated once we heard how easy it was to get lost and saw all the giant fast boats going in and out of the marina. It was however a fantastic elevated basecamp for a day trip kayaking down the Black Water River through the Three Sisters Swamp.
Very kind and responsive host!
We stayed for a night at the grape arbor site at Jane's farm and it was beautiful! She hung up solar lamps for us and it looked very romantic at night. We were in town for a wedding so we arrived pretty late, but Jane was very responsive and understanding about our situation and had everything labeled for us and sent photos and a video for us to see where we needed to park. I definitely recommend staying at Jane's farm, and we will definitely be back for a longer stay to meet her, visit her farm, and to go kayaking in the area!
The MicroFarm was an absolute oasis north of Wilmington. I loved the residential feel of the neighborhood, and Jane's property stood out as one of natural beauty, thoughtfulness, and hard work. The pomegranates were in bloom as well as her entire hoop house, which created a sense of privacy and plenty of shade for my stay.
I stayed on the hanging bed at site two, and stayed dry even in an intense thunderstorm. I had access to an outlet, cold water shower, and bedside toilet all to myself.
I went out on an amazing paddle board adventure first thing Saturday morning (before the wind picked up) and was able to enjoy the birds and fish feeding. The mosquitos were not nearly as bad as I anticipated, and being able to relax in the shade with a book during the warm part of the day was serene.
Grocery stores and coffee shops were only about 7 minutes away, and the restaurant/bar at the marina next door was quite relaxing! I was impressed with and grateful for how small the crowd was for a holiday weekend. Jane was a wonderful host who puts a lot of care and effort into her guests' experience, and I am so glad my first HipCamp experience was with her!