- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
- Response time: Within an hour
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
There are a few trails cut in the 6 acre property, and some quiet streets to walk a nice loop. Great hiking within 30 minutes a...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Hillside Homeplace in Georgia.
The campsite is on a rolling meadow, while the back part of the property is lightly forested with oak, pine, sweetgum, hard map...Read more
We often raise chickens, geese, ducks, turkeys, guineas fowl, and rabbits. There are small food plots of corn, kale, and variou...Read more
There is a very well maintained gravel driveway leading to the campsite. It can be a little steep for larger rigs. I pull my 26...Read more
The vibe at Hillside Homeplace
Places to see near Clif and Jennifer’s homestead
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We are noivce campers, and planned this trip with just 3 days notice. We were feeling bummed out that we couldn't find a spot at a park, but this way better then any park. We were far enough off the road, in a perfect grassy meadow with enough room to pitch 2 tents. This spot is also secueled so my group had a great time with no other campers around. This spot is also pet friendly, and they would also have a great time in this spot. With little light pollution we sat and star gazed for several hours. While we didnt have time to hike there are spots near to go. This is a really great spot and great hosts will hopefully use this spot agian.
Amazing country camping experience!
I cannot say enough wonderful things about Clifton's campsite! We loved staying here. It was private, quiet, and far-exceeded our expectations. If you're looking for a country getaway with your smaller rig or tent, I highly recommend this site.
The property is rustic in a very good way, and it felt like REAL camping. Power and water were on site, and we had a decent AT&T signal here as well. Clifton and his wife took the time to show us around and introduce us to all their great farm animals. We even got to hold some of their adorable baby ducks! Clifton was very communicative and quick to answer the few questions we had.
5 stars. 20/10, would stay again and highly recommend!
Great sky view for stars
Beautiful meadow with an amazing abundance of wildflowers.
The neighbors were loud but you can’t fault the hosts for that. Hosts were beyond gracious and even helped us carry some wood to our site. They were some of the nicest people I’ve ever met. I would definitely recommend this site - we could not have done without the picnic table, so nice addition, Cliff and Jen. Animals in abundance, a definite farm-style abode.
The site was up a somewhat steep driveway, but nothing unmanageable in our 21’ shuttle bus conversion. Sadly, we were only there overnight so didn’t get to take in more of the surrounding land. Clifton was an awesome personable host, who I wish we had more time to chat with. Turns out we both lived in the same town at different points of our lives. “It’s a small world after all”.
Thanksgiving on the homestead
This was our first HipCamp experience, but certainly not our last one. We had a relaxing, great time.
We found the site easily, and as advertised the driveway is a bit steep. Approach from the north, for a better angle at it. We were able to turn our 25 ft travel trailer around, but a bigger rig might have trouble. Water hose and electric cord were waiting and worked fine.
We arrived on Thanksgiving Day and cooked a full holiday meal.
Clif and Jennifer are very nice and accommodating hosts. They came by to make sure we had everything we needed and took us on a tour to meet the animals: their 2 dogs, a pig and a colorful flock of chickens.
Hillside Homestead is very quiet and peaceful, off the beaten path.
A highlight of our stay was a dinner of quail, cooked by Clif over their campfire. The quail was accompanied by their home brewed mead, whiskey and interesting conversation under the stars. Everything was delicious and satisfying.
We would like to come back in the spring or early summer and go foraging for food on a wild food plant walk with them.