Enjoy the rural environment of the rolling foothills of Appalachia in mid-south Tennessee about 20 minutes drive from Natchez Trace Parkway. You'll find yourself at a burgeoning creativity retreat center, artist/writer residency, and farm environment with chickens, donkeys (minis and standards), and peacocks if you want a full tour. Take a walk on the buffalo full campground
Enjoy the rural environment of the rolling foothills of Appalachia in mid-south Tennessee about 20 minutes drive from Natchez Trace Parkway. You'll find yourself at a burgeoning creativity retreat center, artist/writer residency, and farm environment with chickens, donkeys (minis and standards), and peacocks if you want a full tour. Take a walk on the buffalo full campground over to the Buffalo River on an extended stay or a quick morning greeting with the donkeys if it's a brief pitstop.Enjoy fireflies in the summer, daffodils blooming in the spring, and starry skies when not cloudy. - hookup for electric, water, sewer (for ONE)
- easy access - well paved state highway, extended circular drive
- SIZE - have had a 5th wheel with slides, a 40 person bus, a large self contained RV with bulkhead, two vehicles with trailers, and a camper van.
Depending on the size you are hauling, you may want to choose certain directions that may or may not take you on a ridge with winding road or more basin flat area for less hills. Please send a message about your departure location for tips on getting here. Half-way between Hohenwald and Waynesboro you'll be able to take day trips if you have more time to visit the Elephant Sanctuary visitor center or The Farm in Summertown or the Amish welcome center or Daniel Boone State Park or the little town of Linden may be up your alley.Wake up adjacent to the donkey corrale, hear the roosters crow in the distance, and maybe catch a glimpse of Val in morning chores. Don't forget to ask for some fresh eggs! You may hear distant moos from the nearby ranches or birds in the bamboo. - well behaved pets allowed. Dogs that will bark excessively at the chickens and donkeys may not be a good fit. Dogs not mindful should be on a leash as there is a road that has a car every once in a while drive by.- Bring your kayak, bike, or hiking shoes to explore the 12 acres On The Buffalo campground (see other listings).Please note that this is close to a road that does not have much traffic. Some people are okay with the proximity to the other houses, the picnic area, and all the donkeys. If you want more seclusion please see the other listing that does not have electric.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 15% off
- Response time: Within 6 hours
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Camp Wonder Wander Guided Tour
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Naturalist Guided Walk
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Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Canoe, Kayak, or otherwise paddle on the Buffalo river. The campground has about 600 feet of riverfront and river access.
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Unique setting with donkeys and chickens, in an artists colony. We stayed in our rv, and were provided with electricity by the gracious host. Across the road was a trail leading to a bluff with a river below. Our dogs enjoyed walks on the trail snd so did we. A nice slice of country living.