Great location near Atlanta, North West GA Mountains - and the Silver Comet Trail. Located on 18 beautiful acres in Taylorsville, GA. Located next to the Old Taylorsville Cemetery. Water and electric are included. Come enjoy our farm!!
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
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Jam & Pickles package
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Goat milk soap package
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Enjoy our farm fresh eggs during your stay here at the farm.
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Great stay on the farm
The farm was easy to find and the pad was level and secure. There are 50 amp hookups and Erin accommodated our 110 plug. Erin's family was very friendly but also respected our privacy. I loved meeting the goats, sheep, chickens, pigs, and Bishop and his cat friend. The nearby town had any modern comforts, ahem, Starbucks, you might need. I would highly recommend a stay on the farm.
Two thumbs up
Excellent first experience with Hipcamp! Host was most helpful, site was competently designed and provisioned, and the surroundings were very peaceful. The entire experience was a positive one! We would definitely stay here again.
A farm to call home
An awesome spot to relax, catch some sun, enjoy the farm, as well as the surrounding gems in the area! The hosts were super accommodating, we booked late on a Friday night as our other plans had fallen through and had no issues with it! Water, electricity, a garbage can, and a fire pit with wood were provided. A cute cat came by a few times to greet us and check upon us! We had a blast :)
Perfect first hip camp experience for our family. Accommodations were exactly as described and seen on the pictures. Erin and his family were so nice and helpful. The tour was well worth it and we learned a ton. Definitely will be back.
The hosts were an absolute pleasure! The whole family was so welcoming! We did the farm tour and I loved learning about the animals and how they run their farm. The tour includes a dozen farm fresh eggs which we used for our breakfasts! Luanna was so sweet and even let me watch her milk the goats and I was able to hold a baby goat! The site itself is very clean and level. There is no shade so be sure to bring a canopy.
We had the best time at Erin’s place! The farm is beautiful and the campsite was very nice. We really enjoyed the farm tour and getting to meet all of the animals. We will definitely be back for another visit!
We absolutely loved this place! I stayed here with my my two daughters, my husband, and our dog for one night on our drive from Iowa to Florida; we rented a 30ft RV to pick up my mom in Florida and return her home to Wisconsin safely during the Covid19 pandemic, and we wanted to stay in places that were isolated and quiet, interesting and beautiful, easy to access off the highway, and easy to navigate for a rookie RV driver. The RV Farm Stay fit the bill to a tee, and was absolutely perfect. Erin was incredibly patient and helpful when I reached out with questions before I reserved, and he greeted us (from a safe social distance!) upon our arrival, immediately putting our minds at ease and making us feel safe, welcomed and relaxed. After a stressful 9hr drive and a later than expected arrival, the warm welcome, convenience, attention to detail and beautiful surrounds of the RV Farm Stay was ideal. There is one RV spot, with a plug-in, a fire pit (with a neatly stacked pile of wood, purchased in advance), a picnic table and a potable water pump. It sits between the blueberry patch and a small barn, and Erin’s house is just beyond the barn. We had total privacy, and it was very peaceful. The small farm, in a very tidy and lovely rural suburban area northwest of Atlanta, sits just off a quiet road, and hugs woods and hills. There is a vegetable garden and orchard, and Erin and his wife raise goats, sheep, pigs and chickens (we took the farm tour, which was low key and fun). They sell the goat milk products they make (among other things) at the local farmers’ market — we bought some delicious elderflower tonic, made with the elderflowers they grow on-site. I would absolutely recommend RV Farm Stay — I wish our schedule worked out that we could have stayed here on our way back north, and look forward to returning should we find ourselves in the area.