Just shy of the end of a dead end road you will pass through a tunnel of oak trees and onto Shalom Farm. The rolling pastures lined by woods give one a feeling of days gone by and country charm. Bluebirds flit after insects and the deer pass through the edges of the pastures and into the hollers. Blackberry Row is set just off of this little country lane with a sprawling mea
Just shy of the end of a dead end road you will pass through a tunnel of oak trees and onto Shalom Farm. The rolling pastures lined by woods give one a feeling of days gone by and country charm. Bluebirds flit after insects and the deer pass through the edges of the pastures and into the hollers. Blackberry Row is set just off of this little country lane with a sprawling meadow to park, camp and enjoy the outdoors. The farmhouse is just up the hill 100 yards or so and any assistance required can be answered there. The blackberrys are thick along the west edge of the meadow and are in season from May-July and the woods are inviting anytime of year. Bonfires, BBQ's, time with friends and family and a discrete place you can have a good ol time. Blackberry Row.
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 20% off
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Blackberry Row in Tennessee.
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Even before we arrived, Thomas was extremely helpful and hospitable. We were running way behind schedule and got there very late, but when we arrived the lights were on and we had clear directions where to go. In the morning we got to meet some of the cute dogs and the very sweet kids came down to greet us and offer firewood. For the short time we got to stay here, we really enjoyed it and plan to come back next time we're in Tennessee.
Our family had the best time at Blackberry Ridge! Thomas and his family were so accommodating and friendly! We enjoyed being around all the animals and eating as many blackberries as we could pick! We are already talking about visiting again!
Nice site/30 amp/hose/basic toilet
Very beautiful campsite with plenty of space to set up. Thomas and family are very kind and accommodating. The wildlife is a bonus with cats, dogs, cows, guinea hens, billy goats, a rooster and a lovely peacock in a peaceful farm/country setting. We were at site #1 and had a 30 amp hookup for 1, additional electric with an extension cord and a plenty long hose for water. Dry firewood for $15 from the entrepreneurial little ones. Columbia is about 20 minutes away.
What a great place!! Thomas was super helpful and patient with our first camping trip in our new camper! A ice storm kept us inside most of the time but the location was very quite and peaceful. We can’t wait to go back in the spring!
Very nice farm location. On a road trip and only stayed for one night. Enjoyed the animals and friendly cats. Didn’t meet the host, but they were responsive in communications. Definitely a nice spot for a stopover on our journey down the Natchez Trace.
We had a great weekend camping at Shalom Farm. Thomas and his family were very welcoming. It was a peaceful spot to park our small camper with room for our dogs to play. We drove to some nearby hiking trails, a couple wineries, and the local Amish community. It was a lovely, relaxing getaway!
Great sunsets & friendly animals :)
This was my second time at Blackberry Row and it was just as enjoyable as the first! Lucy (dog) and Princess (cat) love to come and hang out with you and get some pets. It’s almost weirdly utopian where everyone, including the animals, is SO NICE. Plenty of privacy but also easy access to the hosts if you need assistance. The kids are selling firewood so no need to bring your own. The composting toilet, running water, electricity, and covered area make for an upgraded tent camping experience. Great sunsets every time I’ve been here! Would definitely return.
Calm and quiet farm, as advertised.
Excellent, quiet farm setting with a few farm animals nearby. I stayed during a storm, and the covered porch space (see pictures) was perfect. The hosts were welcoming, but not overbearing. Its a very Amish area, so be careful on the winding back roads and look out for the buggies. All in all, no question I will try to stay here again if I am in the area.
My partner and I loved our stay at Blackberry Row! Walking the property felt like we were in a painting. Thomas was really interesting to talk to and the entire family was so welcoming and made us feel instantly comfortable. The campsite was perfect — super clean outhouse, great fire pit, and covered picnic table (+ a spigot for us to enjoy a refreshing outdoor shower), and a well-kept campsite that made our experience extra cozy since we were able to walk around barefoot. We especially enjoyed how friendly and sweet their animals were. It was also super private, but nice to know there were people nearby in case we needed anything. When I had an emergency situation, Thomas was extremely understanding and helpful. We hope to come back someday soon!