Set up your tent on a secluded lot in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley! After a day of hiking Massanutten Mountain, cruising down Peters Mill OHV trail, horse back riding at Fort Valley Ranch, or fishing in Passage Creek near Elizabeth Furnace, this campsite offers a perfectly centralized location with a relaxing atmosphere to end your day of adventures. Little Trickle Cam
Set up your tent on a secluded lot in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley! After a day of hiking Massanutten Mountain, cruising down Peters Mill OHV trail, horse back riding at Fort Valley Ranch, or fishing in Passage Creek near Elizabeth Furnace, this campsite offers a perfectly centralized location with a relaxing atmosphere to end your day of adventures. Little Trickle Camp sits in Fort Valley along Mine Run and is located less than 100 yds from the George Washington National Forest. Check out Woodstock Tower, Strasburg Reservoir or Veach Gap, all trailheads within a 10 minute drive! Peters Mill ATV/OHV trail entrance is less than 2.5 miles from camp! Visit the convenient Fort Valley Country Store for fuel, the deli or any general amenity you need!
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 11% off
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6 person tent available for rent.
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
The beautiful Fort Valley has so much hiking to offer: Buzzards Rock, Signal Knob, Veach Gap, Massanutten Trail, Strasburg Rese...Read more
Fort Valley Ranch offers trail rides!
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Natural features you'll find at Little Trickle Camp in Virginia.
Campsite sits only yards away from the George Washington National Forest.
River, stream, or creek
Campsite sits on Mine Run! Other water sources close by: Passage Creek, Peters Mill Run, Shenandoah River (Burnshire Dam)
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A bit belated - stayed at this cute private spot September 24th-26th. We arrived just before dusk but we were able to set up camp in no time! It was so peaceful to have the trickling stream within a rocks throwing distance. It was a bit cold (in the 40s/super low for September usually in VA) but we managed to have a fire going to keep us toasty and cozy. Jaclyn was super informative and sweet when it came to any concerns I had (which were little too none!) I am planning to go back to this gem in the mountains next year!
Thanks again Jaclyn!
Relaxing way to unplug
This site was very nice and clean, a little rooty and rocky in places. The firepit and picnic table were so wonderful. I would definitely recommend getting the supply of fire wood, more than enough! Very convenient to have a portable toilet on site. You could hear cars driving by, but could not see any other people. Communication with host was fantastic. The sound of the creek was very relaxing, site was nice and shady. There was no cell service at all, but that is exactly what we were looking for.
Great weekend at little trickle!
We had a wonderful time during our two night stay at Little Trickle Camp! Jaclyn was incredibly helpful throughout the process and left a nice bin of items that turned out to be SO helpful, including bug spray, trash bags, hand sanitizer and maps to nearby hikes! Highly recommend driving 15 minutes to check out the Buzzard Peak hike- it was incredibly scenic, about 3.5/4 mile hike round trip. Also make sure you head to the Woodstock tower! We went for sunset and it was so pretty. Be sure to print directions to nearby hikes and to the camp location, as you will lose cell service on your way there. Our only issue was that the fire wood provided was damp on arrival as was everything around that we tried to use as kindling and it made getting a fire going a little difficult, but we managed (and obviously we don't expect anyone to control the weather 🙂). Other than that very, very small challenge, it was the perfect location for a weekend getaway!
Would stay here again:)
First I’d like to say Jaclyn was a pleasure to interact with. Her communication via text was on point. A few reminders about the dates of camp, clear directions and instructions. Upon arrival the camp site was easy to park in. Allowing two spaces. We had a big truck and monster Jeep and we still had enough room. The site itself was impeccably clean. No trash anywhere. It’s a short walk from the car to the site. There were some rocks and sticks throughout so watch your step. There is plenty of space to pitch a tent. We had a eight person tent. The fire circle is big and deep allowing for a nice sized fire. Also a grill to cook food over. She has many Adirondack chairs (seven in total I think). The site is very shaded. We brought a canopy we didn’t need to use because of all the trees surrounding the site. Up the hill is the cleanest outhouse I’ve ever been in. She also has a welcoming package on the table with some goodies- flashlight, wipes, sunscreen, bags, hand sanitizer, etc. There is a nice pond a few minutes walk up the road. You can not fish there. Signs posted throughout. A ten minutes drive up the mountain is Woodstock Tower which is a literal tower with stairs you can climb for an awesome view. Very beautiful and easy walk to the tower. 5 minutes or so. Very peaceful and quiet with the occasional 4 wheeler passing by. I would highly recommend staying here and Jaclyn was a pleasure doing business with.
Tucked away and beautiful
So beautifully appointed, clean, and well-cared for, and Jaclyn even left a small basket of camp supplies (lighter, wipes, sanitizer, map, etc.) in case I needed it on the picnic table. My pup and I had spent one peaceful night here during a road trip between Maine and Texas, stopping at Shenandoah National Park and the Blue Ridge Parkway.
The only tiny thing I might note is some worry I had as a single woman camping alone. The campsite itself tucked away and very private, across a small foot bridge from where I needed to park the car. But then my car felt a little exposed to the road, which made me concerned it might draw attention to me in the camp. I had no cell signal (AT&T) there, so that added to my worry. Of course, I was perfectly safe, and only a few cars passed the whole night.
I would highly recommend!