4+ acres of kudzu, woods and wilderness. Hike in and hike out. We do have cats that love everyone and will want to join you as well as neighborhood dogs wandering around. This is a very rural area and animals run loose all the time out here.
The creek on the back our land runs wild at times of high rainfall and can flood the back acre and can be quite low in drought. People do jump in occasionally when the water is high. There are lakes not far from us, about 15-30 minute drives, if real swimming and fishing is of interest. The camping sites are unimproved and can be a wild or tame as you choose. Pick a place in the woods or in the opening and make camp. We kindly ask that all outdoor campers bring their own water and camping supplies. Please only start fires in designated fire rings (folding fire rings) that you pick up from the house and not at all during drought periods or burn bans. All fires must be COMPLETELY extinguished upon leaving the site. A shovel will be provided and we ask that no waste be left in the woods. Insects spray is advised during tick and chigger season. There is plenty of wildlife here, deer, raccoons, possums, etc.
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 30% off
The vibe at Kudzu Paradise
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We were here in November and it was beautiful. The creek is at the bottom of a long wooded slope. We could have camped in an open meadow next to the creek or in the adjacent flat woody area. There are neighbors within sight at the creek end of the property, especially since foliage was off the trees, but we did not notice them at all. Jim was very friendly and helpful. We used some of the firewood he had for sale but there was plenty of wood available from fallen trees or branches when we were there. All in all, a great experience, our first via HipCamp, and only an hour's drive away from us.