Come camp at Cambia Community! We are a small income-sharing intentional community, education and nature center. You may meet a variety of people, see a variety of permaculture projects, take a tour of our outdoor museum of sustainability, and camp out in a beautiful, secluded forest. Campsite does not have road access! It is a short trail from the parking and common house t
Come camp at Cambia Community! We are a small income-sharing intentional community, education and nature center. You may meet a variety of people, see a variety of permaculture projects, take a tour of our outdoor museum of sustainability, and camp out in a beautiful, secluded forest. Campsite does not have road access! It is a short trail from the parking and common house to the forest campground.
Due to Covid, we offer self-guided tours with an accompanying booklet.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 30% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
We have trails through our 15 acre forested property. We are 30 min from Lake Anna State Park, and 1 hr from Shenandoah Nationa...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Secluded Forest at Cambia Community in Virginia.
River, stream, or creek
Tiny creek, but still, it flows all year.
We have a small vegetable farm you can check out, and depending on what is in abundance we may let you harvest some (Must ask a...Read more
Places to see near Cambia Community
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Well maintained campsite with a hammock, fire ring and outhouse. Nearby nature trail and fun features to explore like a log teeter totter and swings. Cambia community was friendly and welcoming, even shared some fresh produce from their garden. It’s a bit of a walk from the parking area but they let us borrow a wheelbarrow to move all of our stuff. Enjoyed outlet stay.
We had a wonderful time.
We loved everything here! The whole stay was magical. You can tell that the community out so much effort and creativity into the forest trails! We felt overly accommodated with everything that was provided to us. I have to say, the outdoor shower was my favorite. So beautiful and serene with hot water that doesn't run out. I will say that the tree tops block out almost all moonlight, so make sure you bring bright flashlights or lanterns!
Solo female camping at cambia
Camping at Cambia was quiet and relaxing. I was given a wheelbarrow to take my equipment about 300 yards to the campsite. The site was just as described. it There was more than enough firewood to feed the fire throughout the two chilly evenings I spent there. The hammock and swing were fun extras that I enjoyed. I had no trouble putting up my tarp quickly because there were plenty of trees to tie to. The community gave me plenty of privacy. I felt safe and really enjoyed my weekend solo camping. I will definitely be back in the fall.
This camping trip was one of the best of my life! Hosts were so gracious in the most beautiful and unique space. There are trails, a mini yurt, an adventure course, hammocks, and more. Will be going back soon!
We absolutely loved our stay at Cambria Community! The spot was big and mostly private. We saw a couple people, but overall we were on our own. There are a ton of swings and such around. We spent most of our time in the hammock. The bathroom is far from private, but we honestly didn't mind, just a heads up for those it would bother. Seriously go check it out!
This is a wonderful little campsite a short walk from the parking lot on a major route. The camp has ample firewood, a hammock, a few rope swings, and plenty of great views of the surrounding hillside. There's a wooden gear table they built to set up a stove and lantern, a great fire pit near the hammock, and more. All in all, this is a perfect campsite -- definitely consider this if you're looking to spend a nice solitary time alone in nature. This small thicket of mature trees is really elegant to look at. Bruce (who walked me around to show me the site and the features of Cambia) was an excellent guide and introduced me to many of the curious oddities you'll find around here. Everyone at Cambia is friendly and greeted me as I walked around. This was a great spot to spend a weekend away.
It's no fault of the hosts, but plenty of nearby dogs howl at night -- it's not a big deal as they are far away, but it's something to note if it bothers you (it didn't bother me).
12/10 would recommend
Host was very friendly, met us at our vehicle and gave us a tour of the property. There was a fire pit with a hammock, a gear table, lots of open spaces, beautiful woods, and it was very cozy.
Lovely place to stay! Really fun and really private just what we wanted!! The walk from the car is a little longer than just a few feet or so, and the fire pit is a little small if you want a bigger fire, just somethings to keep in mind but not bad at all! Really a wonderful place to stay and I absolutely plan on going back!!!!