Hipcamp host Fay M.
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Edible Landscape Farm is a rural home, located an hour and a half from both metro DC and Baltimore. Several National Parks are close enough for day trips, and two are less than 10 miles away. 

There are so many adventures, both commercial and non-commercial, that it's hard to know what to list. We'll give you a smattering of the possibilities.

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Edible Landscape Farm is a rural home, located an hour and a half from both metro DC and Baltimore. Several National Parks are close enough for day trips, and two are less than 10 miles away. 

There are so many adventures, both commercial and non-commercial, that it's hard to know what to list. We'll give you a smattering of the possibilities.

We are a great spot for bicyclists -- 2 miles from C&O Canal.  We're convenient for those who are cycling the Great Allegany Passage from Pittsburgh to D. C.  and want a restful night off the beaten path.

Also, this area hosts long distance bicycle races, so if you want to put in time training on challenging terrain, this is your spot.

We love people who camp with horses -- Ride the C&O Canal or Antietam Battlefield. You will have to trailer your horses to the nearby riding sites. While at our home overnight, you can tie your horses to your trailer or bring your own temp corral. Water for your buckets is available. Temporary hitching post provided.

With advance planning, we can rent our entire camping area to horse camping groups, so several friends can camp and ride together in our region.

Welcome to Civil War Buffs -- Our camp site is close to Antietam, Shepherdstown, Harpers Ferry, Sharpsburg -- and Gettysburg is within day trip range! You can't experience it all in a single weekend because there's so much to take in.

Check Antietam Battlefield's events calendar for re-enactments, July 4th fireworks, and other spectacular events.

A cool place unknown to many is Fort Frederick State Park, home to an amazing stone fort built in the 1700's!  They host re-enactments, cannon firings and fort tours. The park is a 20 minute drive from our camp.

Are you a Power Boater or Paddler? For easy access, the Boat Ramp for the navigable portion of the Potomac River at Big Slackwater -- a part of C&O Canal Natl Park -- is 3 miles away. Power Boats must have current registration. Rangers will check. There is FREE RIVER Access at two locatons, one above the dam and one below the dam.

Don't own a boat? There are commercial canoeing and rafting rental businesses close by.

Wineries and breweries are everywhere in the region (MD-VA-WV) and too numerous to mention individually.  Talk to us about your interests and we'll try to steer you to what you may be looking for.

Live Theatre Buffs -- Shepherdstown, WV's Contemporary American Theatre Festival - 15 min drive away. This is a highly acclaimed seasonal event.

Artists and Authors -- Find inspiration in scenic Maryland farmland, old Civil War era stone walls and stone arch bridges, historical libraries and towns. 

Nora Roberts fans can tour the hometown of the author and visit her book store in Boonsboro, MD, a short drive away.

Gardener's and Natural Medicine Students will appreciate that the campsite is surrounded by grounds with the owner's emphasis on edible landscape, foraging edibles, and natural medicinal plants. An educational lecture available for a fee. Farm is still under development.

Camping is primitive. Each tent site has a fire ring that can only be used in low wind conditions and non-drought seasons for fire safety.  

You are camping in a rural neighborhood, so horses, cows, goats and chickens live nearby. Because you are in the country, roosters crow, cows low in the distance, hawks cry, owls hoot. Fresh eggs and farm produce are available from many sources locally. 

We are pet-friendly with a provision. If your dog doesn't know how to relax around unfamiliar animals and people, please leave the pet home for everyone's safety and pleasure. 

The neighboring houses are spaced out, but within sight. In order to be good neighbors, we ask our campers to quiet down to ultra soft voices at 9 pm, and be silent after 10 pm. Please respect private property and your camping neighbors.

Campsite area
Bring your own tents, vans, trailers, RVs
4 sites
Up to 8 guests per site
Park at listing
No ADA access
Campfires allowed
Toilet available
Pets allowed
Potable water available
Picnic table available
Wifi available
Bins available
No kitchen
No showers
Camping vehicle details
Water hookup available
No electrical hookup
No sewage hookup
No TV hookup
Have a question? Send Fay a message!
  • Check in: After 2PM
  • Check out: Before 11AM
  • Cancellation policy: Moderate
  • On arrival: Meet and greet
  • Minimum nights: 1 night
  • Accepts bookings: 3 months out
  • Weeknight discount: 20% off

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Guided tour

Creating An Edible Landscape

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Firewood bundle

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Offered on the Host's property or nearby.


C & O Canal Tow Path Antietam Battlefield


Boat Ramp with free access -- there are 3 in the area, all on the Potomac River. Only one area is suitable for recreational boa...Read more


Potomac River. MD License is required.


C & O Canal Tow Path is close by. Appalachian Trail Access is a short car ride away.

Horseback riding

Parking is available for horse trailers. C&O Canal Antietam Battlefield (designated areas)


Potomac River, Shenandoah River

Wildlife watching

C&O Canal Tow Path


Natural features you'll find at Edible Landscape Farm in Maryland.

Suburban or backyard

The camp site is in an equestrian residential area, so houses are generously spaced, but within sight. Sound carries, so be pol...Read more


Camp sites are in a mowed area within sight of horse paddocks and a hayfield and next to a barn.


There is room for one travel trailer and owner must be able to back into the parking area on a paved driveway.

The vibe at Edible Landscape Farm

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Hipcamper Jim
Jim C.
recommends this listing.
(Site 2)
July 2nd, 2019

What a great place to stay! We were passing through and could only stay one night and it was exactly what we needed to break up the long driving. Very peaceful place and we'll definitely be back. Thanks for the warm welcome Fay!

Hipcamper Fay
Response from Fay, the Host, on July 22nd, 2019

Your family is delightful and I truly look forward to your next visit!

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Hipcamper Richard


Richard L.
recommends this listing.
(Site 4)
July 2nd, 2019

Spent a quiet evening here. Was nice because our well behaved dogs were able to be off leash without causing problems. Fay also gave accurate directions to a bike path that was usable by kids.

Hipcamper Fay
Response from Fay, the Host, on July 22nd, 2019

Thank you for being wonderful guests! I hope I get to see you here again with the family!

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Hipcamper Deneil
Deneil L.
recommends this listing.
(Site 2)
July 21st, 2019

Fay was a great host. Made sure we had what we needed to make our stay fun and comfortable. Our spot was quite, comfortable and welcoming.

Edible Landscape Farm
Hipcamper Fay
Response from Fay, the Host, on July 22nd, 2019

It was great fun having you here. We talked about a large group of your friends joining you next time. I hope we get to make that happen! And don't forget to bring Widget. Max and I will entertain her while you and your friends explore all the amazing things to do around here.

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Hipcamper Megan

Sweet little farm stay

Megan W.
recommends this listing.
(Site 1)
November 4th, 2019

Fay was there to meet me as I pulled in. She was friendly and charming and a fount of knowledge about local attractions, eateries and great spots along the C&O Canal. She also introduced me to Jake, her retired gaited horse. He was so sweet, he didn’t even mind Stan the greyhound sniffing him.

The campsite was tucked behind her barn near Jake’s pasture. There were two neighboring houses in sight, but distant enough to maintain a feeling of privacy. The animal sounds at night were amazing. I couldn’t even identify some of what I heard. Will definitely return to see the farm in a new season.

Hipcamper Fay
Response from Fay, the Host, on November 5th, 2019

Awww, thank you, Megan. Loved, loved, loved having you and Stan here to enjoy the change of seasons. I hope you will come again and explore the spring season with us.

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Hipcamper John
John W.
recommends this listing.
(Site 4)
December 7th, 2019

It was a nice stay, easy, quiet and easy.


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