Two acres of forest and farm on the Historic Liberty Trail. Free eggs, artesian well water, coolers, and charging hubs in the communal area. Free ranging chickens and wildlife. Take a picture in our garden, check out the Hearse GreenHouse, walk our short nature trail! Live acoustic music every Sunday evening from 7 to 9 PM. We work hard to insure that all tents and shared a
Two acres of forest and farm on the Historic Liberty Trail. Free eggs, artesian well water, coolers, and charging hubs in the communal area. Free ranging chickens and wildlife. Take a picture in our garden, check out the Hearse GreenHouse, walk our short nature trail! Live acoustic music every Sunday evening from 7 to 9 PM. We work hard to insure that all tents and shared areas (kitchen, composting toilet, shower) are sanitized after each visit and that privacy and social distancing are respected. If you would like to skip the meet and greet, please book at least 24 hours in advance to insure a phone conversation before your arrival. Our place is easy to find, look for the big black crow on top of the mailbox!
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 20% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Pitch a Tent in Myrkwood Forest in Georgia.
The vibe at Pitch a Tent in Myrkwood Forest
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(Look for the black crow statue on the mailbox for where to turn in). We jumped on the road to escape the hustle and found ourselves looking for a place to camp in GA. They took us last minute and offered us to stay in a tent they already had set up so we didn't have to get all of our gear out and set up close to dark. We had plenty of room in the tent for two people and they offered us an air mattress to use and some firewood. There are other campsites on property which I am sure are more private, but the tent they offer is set up is near the community area so we joined the others camping and residing there on different areas of the property in the kitchen area for great conversation and a lot of laughter. There is a composting toilet and an outdoor shower (which I am sorry I didn't take advantage of), so this isn't glamping, but we had the BEST time here and it is perfect for environmentally conscious campers! They are farming on certain areas, there are some trails to wander, and the whole place inspired us to do something similar. We would absolutely stay here again. Feels very safe and even as a female solo traveler, I would come back here on my own. Family friendly, just all around friendly people, and a really fun experience.
Fantastic site! fantastic people!
We had nothing short of a fantastic experience staying at Myrkwood! Joe, Emory, and the rest of the Myrkwood team were outstanding hosts, going as far as to help us cut firewood and truly making us feel at home.
We can’t wait to stay again on our next visit!
❤ from lilo gambino🐾& stitch 🐾
What a great bunch of ppl!!! Everything is special here at this slice of magic under the trees my terminal dog lilo and her 6 month old kitty stitch have never been so happy on our camping journey. We had to extend our stay a bit cause my old man cut his foot open and we had absolutly ZERO issues! Check it out man!
We liked our stay. It's a good choice for one night stay. It s a farm in the forest , nice place and simple. Owner is super friendly and helpful! Had some fresh eggs from his chickens for breakfast! Thanks a lot again for your help Joe!
Welcomed and safe.
This site and the hosts were exactly what one should find when dispersed camping is desired. The hosts were very welcoming and as inclusive as the guest prefers. I felt safe and assistance was available if I needed it.
Fun, funky... and with chickens!
I loved camping here!
It’s an agi-eco-farm with a fun and funky vibe! The brothers who own the property are super-friendly but not overbearing. The chickens... well, you need to like chickens! And the bros have a lot of stuff... everywhere... but it adds to the ‘70’s commune vibe!
Stay in the very-private deep woods campsite. The others are okay, but they’re more open to the farm. I hope they make more wooded campsites!
You’ll love the outdoor (but private) hot shower!
Stay a couple nights, like I did, and spend a day in Savannah!