Hipcamp host Willard W.,
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Nice quiet place to hunt, fish , read a book or what ever your heart desires , A stocked pond awaits at the bottom of the hill with plenty of catfish . Plenty of turkey and deer are around also . Canoes can be gotten with special arrangements.

Lodging provided
1 site
Up to 48 guests per site
Park at listing
Wheelchair access
Campfires allowed
Toilet available
Pets allowed
Potable water available
Kitchen available
Picnic table available
Bins available
No showers
No wifi
Laundry absent
Have a question? Send Willard a message!
  • Check in: After 2PM
  • Check out: Before 12PM
  • Cancellation policy: Moderate
  • Minimum nights: 1 night
  • Accepts bookings: 12 months out
  • Weeknight discount: 10% off


Offered on the Host's property or nearby.

Wildlife watching


Natural features you'll find at Hootin Hollow 13.96 acre in North Carolina.

River, stream, or...

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Hipcamper Christine

Elbow grease and tlc needed

Christine A.
doesn't recommend this listing.
August 16th, 2021

The overall camp is pretty rough. The latrine is covered with poison ivy, the indoors space is cobweb ridden and the pon is covered in a thick algae. There is no potable water that we could see so bring your own. I think that the place needs a bit more TLC and upkeep, before going on to the Hipcamp forum. We have stayed in a variety of spaces on Hipcamp and we had to walk away from this one as it was not ready for campers.

Hipcamper Willard
Response from Willard, the Host, on September 11th, 2021

Thank you, we found your comments most useful. The toilet has already been spruced up in and outside, and we will continue improving it, further. North Carolina summers get very hot, and unfortunately one of the side-effects of this will be algae in ponds. That’s why we do not recommend swimming in the pond. We could of course treat it with chemicals, but since there is fish and other life there, we do not find this a viable option. Algae will disappear during cooler weather of fall, winter, and spring. Next summer we will try beneficial bacteria tablets and see if it helps. There is a water well on the property, but we will back it up with a potable water tank, for extra convenience. We are new to leasing our property and running it as a camping site; the above issues did not arise due to our negligence. We were a little too slow to get it ready on time; at first, there was no interest, which mislead us to believe that we will get the campsite ready if/when bookings arrive, then suddenly, we were simply overwhelmed with interest. It is our aim to turn our site into the best camping site and experience in near future, and we will keep working hard towards achieving this goal.

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Willard W.’s Land
North Carolina
United States
1 Site