We have a house in 6 acres attached on 270 acres of hardwoods owned by the city of Atlanta the swan nature preserve we are five minutes from the Atlanta airport inside the perimeter of Atlanta. We run a nonprofit Lakewood environmental arts foundation from this land we have two walk in coolers where we feed over 100 families a week getting 10,000 pounds of fresh fruits and vegetables and breads every week. When you stay with us we will provide food for you to cook at no extra charge. We have a well 310 feet deep that pumps 25 gallons of water a minute come get free water with no fluoride and no chlorine as much as you want.
The house has no living room or dining room. It can sleep up to 6 people/ 3 couples as it has 2 futons and 1 pullout couch. Would have access to a toilet and kitchen with a fire place to keep you warm.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
The vibe at LEAF Urban Cabin Camping
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I believe David is an endearing individual who's passion for his non profit clearly shines through when talking with him. Unfortunately, I have mixed feelings in recommending this listing to campers. I believe there is not enough information posted on the sleeping situation and arrangement at LEAF and when arriving, my friends and I were surprised to find a lot of unexpected things. There seems to be a lot of people who reside on the property and the kitchen and bathroom are communal for those people. As camping grounds are typically communal, this isn't entirely a huge deal, but the fact that it was not disclosed made me worried for what other campers would or would not be expecting upon arrival. The sleeping area is also very open to the communal areas and this might be uncomfortable for some campers (as it was for me). On top of that, privacy to guests seemed a bit of an unknown concept to some people who were at the property and my friend's and I were left to constantly entertain a resident when all we wanted was some time to ourselves. It seemed as if the Hipcamp arrangement was a little unclear to the people who work/stay around the house as my friends felt like we were expected to pitch in with the non profit when in reality we were just there to enjoy our stay. I think this could have potential but David, the host, needs to re-explain to some of the "residents" what Hipcampers are there for and needs to decide how much privacy and access he's willing to allow for campers and the property residents.