Hipcamp host Angela B.,
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Set on a peaceful strawberry farm, this unique accommodation is located in the countryside of Clendenin, West Virginia, and can provide guests with a relaxing getaway to the forested foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Must hike 1/3 mile up hill to site-trail not conducive to cars or campers. Hosts have a designated camp site with a fire ring but guests are welcome to ex


Set on a peaceful strawberry farm, this unique accommodation is located in the countryside of Clendenin, West Virginia, and can provide guests with a relaxing getaway to the forested foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Must hike 1/3 mile up hill to site-trail not conducive to cars or campers. Hosts have a designated camp site with a fire ring but guests are welcome to explore the woods and pick a location that is most comfortable for their stay. Only one family per night in our woods. A Full Breakfast is served in the dining room of the Farm House between 8 am and 9 am and is available during one's stay-just notify the Innkeeper upon arrival (there is an extra charge of $10 a person). Strawberries are in season May through early June.  10 minutes to Elk River for Fishing and Kayaking, 25 minutes from Charleston, WV attractions like Mountain Stage, Clay Center, Concerts, Capital Tours, and Cultural Center.  90 minutes from New River Bridge and Rafting.  

Campsite area
Tent site
1 site
Up to 54 guests per site
Moderate walk
No wheelchair access
Campfires allowed
Toilet available
Pets allowed
Kitchen available
Picnic table available
Wifi available
No potable water
No showers
Pack it out
Have a question? Send Angela a message!
  • Check in: After 3PM
  • Check out: Before 11AM
  • Cancellation policy: Strict
  • On arrival: Meet and greet
  • Minimum nights: 1 night
  • Accepts bookings: 12 months out

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Hipcamper Sara

Dangerous hike

Sara T.
doesn't recommend this listing.
September 14th, 2021

We left a day early because it was raining and the trails (steep hills) to hike to the campsite were a mudslide, with 6 inches of standing water in places. We were prepared for rain, with gear for our tents, ponchos, and rain boots. And obviously, we don't fault the hosts for rain, however we should have never been allowed to camp up there, or at the very least have been warned that the coming rains would make it nearly impossible to make it back down safely. It is a miracle that none of us were injured in our trips up and down the washed out hillside with our gear. We would have appreciated the heads up and an alternative place to set up camp OR we could have been told the camp was unsafe to hike to when it rains and we would have found an alternative place to stay.

Our hosts were out of town for the majority of our stay. They were very kind people, and breakfast was delicious.

Hipcamper Angela
Response from Angela, the Host, on September 15th, 2021

Sara, You and your friends were just amazing folks to host. You are most certainly have our deepest respect because you moved ALL of your camp set up out of our woods in the pouring rain. It was terrible luck that you ladies set up camp, had a fun beautiful evening, only to wake to pouring rain. The weather reports only showed a few showers Sunday morning and instead it poured rain all morning into the afternoon. You had to cancel your kayaking trip too. I was worried about your decision to leave a day early. I had encouraged you to stay and site see and stay the second night so the road would dry out-we would of been able to safely get our tractor up to help you the next day. But I understand that your friends did not like the rain and just wanted to get out and go home. We sent our older kids home right after church and our son Matt did try to help you carry down as much as he could. We checked you in, drew a diagram of our trails, showed you the campsite, got you firewood, and helped you get settled Saturday evening. We enjoyed having you for breakfast Sunday morning too. I wish we could of been able to help you move everything Sunday morning too. I think if someone is reading this please note that there is a hike up to the camp site-I think most everyone who camps with us mentions it. But the hike is worth it because you have complete privacy in the woods! Please note that if rain is in the forecast talk to us about alternative places you might consider camping on our property-we have done this for other guests in the past-but we were not expecting the amount of rain that we got during your visit. The weather report only showed a shower early Sunday morning. We had a guest stay the night before you and he loved his stay. I wish you could of had better weather for your stay.

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Hipcamper Wes
Wes K.
recommends this listing.
September 5th, 2021

Highly recommend. Angela and Jon were welcoming and responsive. I found Jon tidying up the camp spot upon arrival. It’s a great little secluded spot up the hill. The hike is short bit steep. There’s a cute little lake just up the hill from the camp. There’s a nice view of the sky at the top of the hill. None of the hikes are long, just steep. And worth it. Also worth it - breakfast. Best dang $10 you’ll ever spend.

Looking down at the cute little lakeView from the topWhat the best $10 you’ll ever spend looks like
Hipcamper Brian

Be prepared for a hike.

Brian S.
has mixed feelings towards this listing.
August 10th, 2021

Angela and The Strawberry Farm are very sweet and friendly. But the hike to the campsite is more challenging than we would have guessed from the listing. The trail is very steep in sections, rocky and uneven and was muddy during our visit.

Hipcamper Jesse

Lovely night in wv!

Jesse L.
recommends this listing.
July 19th, 2021

We loved staying at the farm! We ended up utilizing a site closer to the road which was a terrific spot, the breakfast in the morning was top notch, and the hospitality was generous and couldn’t be beat. Thank you and would definitely recommend!

Hipcamper Megan

Wonderful spot

Megan L.
recommends this listing.
June 11th, 2021

We arrived in a rainstorm and were allowed to last minute change our reservation from tent camping to the barn loft. The loft was cozy and it was wonderful falling asleep to the sounds of the ducks and chickens below! Can’t recommend this place enough if you are passing through the area.

Hipcamper Caroline

Hidden gem of wv

Caroline R.
recommends this listing.
June 1st, 2021

So thankful that we stumbled upon this little slice of heaven! The campsite is beautiful and secluded, while still being conveniently close to where you’ll park. Angela and her husband are the sweetest hosts and you MUST try their farm fresh breakfast. Visiting at the end of May was a dream because we were able to pick strawberries! We are already hoping to return next year🍓

Strawberry Farm Forested Camping-The most delicious farm fresh breakfast! Strawberry picking 🍓
Hipcamper Carl
Carl P.
recommends this listing.
January 24th, 2021

Fantastic people!

Hipcamper Kelsey
Kelsey R.
recommends this listing.
October 14th, 2020

Short walk to the site, nice forest setting and private. Amazing waffles in the AM

Hipcamper Amy

Private tent spot

Amy E.
recommends this listing.
September 28th, 2020

Tent site as advertised, it was exactly what I expected. Primitive camping, few amenities, just a cleared spot in the woods. We just needed a legal spot to pitch a tent for the night, and we couldn't find much in the area. This worked great. Surprisingly private. Hosts are excellent. The trail up to the site is steep, and only accessible by proper off road vehicles or by walking. I can confirm a dual sport motorcycle with knobby tires makes it no problem, although it would not be fun if it's wet. (I appreciated being allowed to ride up, hauling our stuff up the hill after a long day would have been hard). Big adventure bikes are fine unless you are new to off road riding. A picnic table and a slightly more level tent spot would make it better. There is a fire ring with a small grill, which we used as a table. The outhouse is a rustic outhouse. I would camp there again, and would like to check out the B&B.

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