Devils Backbone Camp is located on 90 acres in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. While this is a year-round campground, your HipCamp site will provide you with a level of privacy not available through our other booking site. These 5 sites are located in the Grove, a wooded area with mountain views, and are only a short walk to both the Basecamp Brew Pub & Meadows and
Devils Backbone Camp is located on 90 acres in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. While this is a year-round campground, your HipCamp site will provide you with a level of privacy not available through our other booking site. These 5 sites are located in the Grove, a wooded area with mountain views, and are only a short walk to both the Basecamp Brew Pub & Meadows and the Bath House.
Each site has a private driveway through a field which ends at your designated spot. Each site has site side parking for 2 vehicles, a picnic table and a fire ring. These sites are mostly wooded and have space to set up 2 tents.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 1PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 9 months out
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We had a great time! It’s so beautiful in this area. The tent city at DB is too close for me but these spots were spaced well. 101-103 are more shaded with good tree cover. 104-105 have a few trees for shade but are more open.
We loved tent camping at DB!! The campsite was huge and great for fitting 3 tents. It was private and a perfect distance to the bathhouse and to drinking! We had a wonderful time and will be back for a long weekend :)
Huge shades site!
Loved this group site at Devils Backbone. We’ve camped on their smaller sites which are awesome but the extra space of these group size are worth the money.
*Great privacy due to size of site and limited sites (only 5)
*lots of shade and flat tent spots
*room to exercise our dog
*great eno trees
*Can drive right to spot and park multiple cars
*walkable to brewery even though we were lazy and drove
Only Con: farther away from bath house. We drove to the bathroom versus walked.
Will return again!
Beautiful views. Pollinator garden was amazing and magical. The bath house was very clean, nice, and spacious. Campsite staff was helpful and the firewood honor system was clutch. It's nice having the brewery there, for convenience. Only downside is the Big Bear Trail is underwhelming.
Have stayed at the regular camp at DB but first time at the Grove. Great amount of grassy space and choice of being in n open field or wooded areas Welcome sign was a nice surprise as well. Easy walk to the brewery (which I’ll enjoy a lot more on a weekend as it’s pretty dead midweek). Also good to have facilities access for longer stays.