Livingston Creek Farmers Harvest sits on 115 acres of Our Corner of God's Country! We feature a century old restored farmhouse with its charm preserved that will take you back in time... it's available for parties! A seafood market, produce market and nursery are on site too. You can pet and feed the live farm animals... donkeys, chickens, ducks and rabbits to name a few! Yo
Livingston Creek Farmers Harvest sits on 115 acres of Our Corner of God's Country! We feature a century old restored farmhouse with its charm preserved that will take you back in time... it's available for parties! A seafood market, produce market and nursery are on site too. You can pet and feed the live farm animals... donkeys, chickens, ducks and rabbits to name a few! You can then bike, hike, walk, run, or jog our 2.5 mile scenic walking paths over the creek and through the woods. Share your nights with all things wild in SouthEastern North Carolina... beaver, squirrels, birds, feral pigs, wild turkeys and more! Pitch your tent under the stars so deep in the forest that it drowns out the cars! North Carolina's sandy shores are 20 minutes away... so bring your paddle board!
- Check in: After 9AM
- Check out: Before 5PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict (30 Days)
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 18 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Bring your bike... and a helmet too!
Bring your pole... the fish are in the creek!
Enjoy the open trails... or forge a new one!
You and your horse are most welcome here!
Plenty of native plants and animals to view...
Natural features you'll find at Livingston Creek Farmers Harvest in North Carolina.
Only minutes from the NC shore...
Acres and acres of pristine forest land...
Many acres of open fields and meadow.... you will see deer, rabbits, fox, wild turkey and more!
River, stream, or creek
Many run throughout the property...
The historic Livingston Creek runs throughout the property
In addition to the produce market featuring locally grown fruits and vegetables, we have a garden a nursery and live farm anima...Read more
Private driveway for camping area(s)... easily accessible from main highway
Places to see near Untouched at Livingston Creek
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Call danny&yolanda w/ your concerns
Danny and Yolanda were absolutely charming and friendly hosts who insisted that I could reach out to them any time, day or night, no matter what the issue was. My one piece of advice is to take them up on that!
For example, the pavilion was awfully muddy so even on a VERY rainy night we didn't pitch our tent under it. "Oh I didn't realize it was muddy! We just needed to put more straw down." Easy solution with a little communication.
Their dog wandered from their home down the street to their farm where we camped and decided to hang out at my tent -- cue alarming animal shadows and a couple of loud barks. "Ugh that crazy dog! I'll just have to lock him in next time we have campers." Again, easy solution with a little communication.
In short, there were a couple of things that were VERY ANNOYING but I feel like could have been completely resolved with a phone call to ask for help.
An amazing find!
Our hosts were great! We were welcomed upon arrival and given a verbal tour of the property. There are plenty of places to choose, although as many posts mention, if you stay within a reasonable distance of the bathrooms, you will have to contend with the lights. It wasn’t a problem for us, we were able to sleep well, but it is worth mentioning.
We bought some fruit from the market, set up camp, and stayed 2 nights. It was only a 20 minute drive to Wilmington, a little more to the beaches, but the price was good, the bathrooms were a bonus, and we were able to book last minute, which was great!
Will definitely stay again if we are in the area.
Very bright and noisy experience.
Very mixed feelings about this place.
We are regular campers, but due to overbooking at regular campgrounds we have started using hipcamp more.
This place was a really neat little farm during the daytime. Very charming and the owners were welcoming and friendly. We were so excited to camp here overnight.
The description on hipcamp says there is plenty of free fire wood available, but we drove the whole farm looking for wood with no luck. No gas stations or stores nearby sold any, so we weren’t able to have a campfire, much to my sons disappointment.
So, bring your own wood and kindling.
Then,there are so many massive flood lights on the property( for security), you feel like your camping in a Walmart parking lot. It’s so bright!
We camped as far into trees as possible but the lights illuminated our tent all night long.
And the animals, there are several properties with outside dogs near the farm and you will hear the dogs barking, all night long. It sounds like a dog park.
The farm animals join in throughout the night as well. The donkey randomly yells all through the night and the roosters will wander, and cockadoodle starting at 2am.
We got, zero sleep.
While the farm is wonderful, if you plan on sleeping or having a traditional camping experience - look elsewhere.
The photos, didn’t line up with the farm either. We were excited to see farm animals but only saw a wandering roosters, a lone donkey in a fence and a cat who would not leave us alone the entire time.
Also, even if you book for your correct amount of campers on hipcamp- they actually charge you $25 per person when you arrive.
This place has so much potential and I think if they make some adjustment it could be an amazing campground, close to Wilmington.
I wish the owners the best of luck, this place has so much potential and you can tell they pour their heart and soul into it.
Looking forward to next year’s trip
My friend and I loved our stay at The Creek so much, we’ve already started planning for next year! With beaches 30-40 minutes away, it’s the perfect place to have a beach vacation on a budget! Bathrooms, showers, camp fires and the cutest farm animals! What else could you ask for? We are looking forward to camping there again and hitting the waves all day. Everything about it is awesome and we are so thankful the hosts are sharing their land with campers.
This was our first time staying here and it was just a last minute trip internet search that lead us to it. We were greeted by Mrs. Graham at the produce stand and welcomed to the property. We checked out the abundance of fruits, vegetables, canned goods, trinkets, shirts, etc. and bought a few things for our stay. We also visited the fish market side and let me say we were amazed at the selection and freshness of the fish, clams, and crabs available for purchase. The crabs were still alive if that tells you how fresh it was. Mr. and Mrs. Graham were completely welcoming and super friendly!! There was plenty of open field and woods to park in and set up a tent or camper for our stay. They had restrooms with showers and plenty of animals around to see and even free range chickens with eggs if you wanted them. This isn't the 4 seasons, nor is it priced that way, but for a place to camp and relax during your trip to Wilmington I'd highly recommended staying here! We'll definitely be going back and I'll be pre-planning to fix some seafood meals while we're there using their fresh selection!!
Side note, stay on the mowed path and don't be like us getting stuck by accident. Lol.
I definitely recomend this camp side. Clean bathrooms and shower. Wonderful host, great communication, and awesome and unique experience of the farmers market and farm setting. Love it.