Rustic campsite near cool running creek. Located on the same farm as Wilderness Run Vineyards and 1781 Brewing Co. RV/ Truck Camping in field within walking distance to live music in the evenings.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out Weeknight discount: 15% off
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 84%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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This place is a little piece of paradise, everything is so well thought out and really beautiful. We stayed for 2 nights and if it wasn’t for work we would have stayed longer!! The dogs loved the grass and open space, there was many spots to choose from to park we are 42’ fifth wheel and had no issues. We enjoyed being able to set up and walk down the hill for a beer and live music. This is a must visit!!
Camping here was one of the best Hipcamp spots I’ve stayed. The camping was up in the vineyard, either between the rows, in the open field that had a beautiful view or along the tree line. Camping is primitive, no water, power or bathroom. The total environment was great. Just down the hill from camping (100yards) there was the beer tasting barn, a tobacconist barn,and I’m sure a wine tasting place(I just never made it out of the beer barn to see)They have plenty of beers to choose from. The night I was there there was a food truck, a DJ, and then later a band. There was an area for the cute farm animals to be pet. It’s was really a great night of beers, music food and camping. I will definitely be going back, not as a stop along the way but as a destination. It is about 30 minutes from Shenandoah skyline parkway and I saw a sign that said Luray Caverns 45 miles
This is a most wonderful place. We camped in a nice field next to their vineyard. We didn’t even need to level our RV. The 1781 Brewery there is really cool and their bartender Matt made us feel very welcome. The winery also on premises is great and we had a nice conversation with Kate the bartender there. The wine and beer were superb, the cheeseburger from the food truck was perfect and the selection of cigars from the cigar store on site was excellent. We will return soon with friends and family.
Camping at a brewery/vineyard!
We loved camping at Wilderness Run! There were so many options of where to stay, and Harry was very helpful in showing us where we could camp. The brewery was a very nice feature and we spent some time there both nights of our stay. We'll definitely send friends here for camping and/or a tasty beverage.
Be aware, there are lots of ticks here (Harry was kind to lend us some bug spray) and you'll need to check for them frequently. Also, the picnic tables and fire rings are not at the camp sites, they're at the brewery.
What a cool spot! Great beer, wine, and cigars. Such a cool area to find a little niche to chill at with the different things to do, but nice to retreat to your campsite when you want a bit of quiet time.
Very beautiful guest space in brewery area and what appeared to be a nicely lit walking path (I arrived late and didn’t have a chance to take a look around before closing). Due to inclement weather, I wasn’t able to access my reserved site and had to camp out in the parking lot; but since I was just crashing for the night to break up a road trip, I didn’t mind. The animals nearby (goats, cows, beautiful dogs) were a charming addition to the stay.
this was such a cool experience! harry showed us the camping spot farther back on the property and it was perfect! very secluded and pleasant with the creek running by. loved having the firepit back there for some awesome s'mores. the brewery & winery on site were awesome as well! we spent some nice time there. we'll definitely be back with some friends!