About Creekside Meadow @AncientFuture
Magical misty dewy adventures on 25 acres of land in the smoky mountains. Both tents and RVS are welcome. Laid back community land of creative spiritual people- non judgemental and welcoming of all kinds as long as there is mutual respect and an agreement to leave the land in as good shape as it was when you came. We are kid friendly here and outdoor spots to play, picnic, hike and relax. We are in close proximity to mount Mitchell and asheville. Tons and tons of berries for picking in the summer months. There's a hot tub and a swimming pool that campers are welcome to use as well as a cozy outdoor living room and trampoline! We have several fire pits including a cute garden spot with benches to sit on and roast marshmallows under the stars. You can make this as homey or as rustic as you want, we've got plenty of space. Outhouses are available and a bathhouse/outdoor shower will be in the process of being built this summer. Exciting things are happening!
- Listing type: Private
- No. of sites: 15
- Accessible by: Drive
- Accommodation: Tent, Vehicles & RVs
- Check in after: 3PM
- Check out before: 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within an hour
- Response rate: 100%
The vibe at Creekside Meadow @AncientFuture
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Alana and Peter are the super sweet hosts at Creekside Meadow @AncientFuture. They are very friendly and hospitable and have two kids, an awesome dog, and chickens that are always running around and playing on the property. One thing that Alana seemed very knowledgeable of was all of the edible and medicinal plants and herbs that grow in and around their several gardens.
The property itself is quite large and very beautiful. The main camp area is adjacent to a small creek and has a garden, fire pit, pool, and two picnic tables. There are a couple nice flat spots that you can pitch a tent in, and there is also a neat 3-D hexagon shaped platform structure that they will let you set up camp in. I am not sure if the shape of the structure would allow for a very large tent, but it might be worth a try to get off of the wet morning grass.
Alana and Peter's land is nestled in a valley and expands for 26 acres up the mountainside. There is a road that goes further up the valley which leads to some overgrown trails that lead to the top of the mountain. Furthermore, they are located only 30-35 minutes away from downtown Asheville so this makes for a fun and convenient location that is close in proximity to both great restaurants and breweries and some awesome hikes.
If the Asheville area is on your list of future destinations and you are willing to car/tent camp, Creekside Meadow is the place to be.