Darby Farm offers beautiful views of the Blue Ridge Mountains in a pastoral setting. Our farm shop is open for visitors to access the internet. We have horses, goats, ducks, chickens, pig and a friendly goose. We have large oak trees, rope swing, grill and picnic tables available. (20 min. (15 miles) to Skyline Drive, 20 min. (11 miles) to UVA, 24 min. (17 miles) to Montic
Darby Farm offers beautiful views of the Blue Ridge Mountains in a pastoral setting. Our farm shop is open for visitors to access the internet. We have horses, goats, ducks, chickens, pig and a friendly goose. We have large oak trees, rope swing, grill and picnic tables available. (20 min. (15 miles) to Skyline Drive, 20 min. (11 miles) to UVA, 24 min. (17 miles) to Monticello.) For more information about our farm, visit our website at darbyfarmva.com.
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 1PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 18 months out
- Response rate: 100%
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Breakfast (per person)
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We had a fantastic stay on Robin’s farm. Our two children loved visiting the animals, especially the kittens! Robin made us all a wonderful and delicious breakfast using local ingredients. Thank you Robin for a great stay!
We stayed for 6 nights, which is usually longer than I like to be away from home, but I could have stayed a month. The location was fabulous. Robin was the perfect host. The store was a treat... the sausage was awesome! We are looking forward to returning.
What a delightful experience! So many wonderful things to say about our first Hipcamp trip! Robin and Chuck have a beautiful eight acre farm with chickens, ducks, geese, goats horses and magnificent views of the mountains. The Sunrises and Sunsets were inspiring! Darby Farm was the ideal base camp for exploring Crozet, Skyline Drive ($30), the Blueridge Parkway (free), vineyards, orchards and the Art Depot. Lunch at Smoked Kitchen was delicious and we came back after the Blue Ridge Parkway to the Crozet Creamery for ice cream. We met some new friends from Roanake (Archie, Bill & Patricia) that joined us around the campfire while Richie played guitar and sang. Chiles orchard had Apple Cider donuts that just melted in your mouth. And the panoramic views of the mountains from Kings Family Vineyard were soul stirring. In early Fall they have Polo matches at the vineyard as well. We were able to dump our black tank at a local campground for $15. Robin brought us homemade blueberry muffins for breakfast Sunday morning and Chuck was a font of information about local hiking. He had suggested we hike up to Humpback Rocks and so we stayed an extra day, ascending Monday to a view of both the Shenandoah Valley and Rockfish Gap Valley that can only be experienced to truly appreciate. Definetly a five star experience.
Beautiful land and welcoming hosts.
Robin and her family were wonderful and welcoming hosts! We enjoyed chatting with them and they were helpful with tips on things to do.
Our kids had a great time visiting the animals and using the rope swing. The surrounding land is beautiful and there isn't a bad view. Other campers were there but we were spread out. You can engage with them or stay private if you choose. Nice level spaces for RVs. A spigot for water hook up is available. 20 volt electrical so have an adapter and extension cord with you.
The farm store was well stocked and lovely. We took home great eggs and local meats. We would definitely recommend staying here and would return again.
Warm, welcoming hosts! lovely farm!
Robin and her family were incredibly welcoming. We couldn't have asked for better hosts! They were happy to help us figure out where to explore in the area and even gave us directions to hikes in the area. They welcomed our children and taught them about the farm animals. They prepared us a lovely farm-to-table meal that was served outside with views of the mountain sunset. We stayed for several days, but our entire family wished we would have reserved for longer. This is an absolutely wonderful stop for any camper!
Robin and her farm were amazing! She offered a 5 course candle light dinner which I purchased as part of our experience there. It was our 42 wedding anniversary so I surprised my husband with the location and dinner. He was very impressed also! Was fun visiting all the animals before we left the next day. Robin was a delightful hostess!
Robin and the farm were absolutely lovely. We wound up there as a last-minute detour (we instant booked and were there 20 minutes later) and she was so friendly and accommodating. Unfortunately it was raining when we were there so the mountain views were obscured. I'm sure they're gorgeous.! My city kids were really happy with open space to play in and animals to fawn over. There were a few other families there when we were there but in a way that was comfortable; we had plenty of space.
Since we'd had a lot of activities curtailed by the rain, we took advantage of the farm-to-table experience and had Robin provide breakfast (she's a caterer). Luxurious, delicious, and saved us a ton of time in the AM as we had to get on the road unfortunately early. Treat yourself and ask for the quiche!
I believe her electrical hookup is a 20V; make sure you have a converter if needed.
This was our first RV trip and our first Hipcamp experience. We will definitely repeat.