Come enjoy our 30-acre farm and tent camp down by the creek. There are wooded areas to hike and explore, and plenty of wildlife. Campers will be able to interact with livestock, which includes chickens, turkeys, sheep, cattle, two lovable pot belly pigs, and a great Pyrenees. Harvest food from our garden (depending on the season), enjoy fresh eggs, and a fresh chicken roasted over your campfire. Drinking water can be accessed by an outside spigot on the house, otherwise you're roughing it. Baths are optional in the chilly waters of the creek. If you're a woodsman you can go out and find your own firewood or we can provide firewood. Our farm is roughly 10 miles from a great access to the south fork of the New River. You can take a side trip to fish, canoe, kayak or tube.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 50% off
The vibe at Blue Feather Creek Farm
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We had such an amazing time camping out at Blue Feather Creek Farm. The Farm is on beautiful land, covered with hills to explore and friendly sheep, pigs, and farm dogs! Jonathan was a very kind and helpful host, orienting us to the camping spot/water, and providing us with fresh veggies and chicken from the farm!
We highly recommend hiking to the top of the hill for sunset/sunrise, staying up late to look at the stars, and befriending the most sweet and gentle Pyrenees dog named Sadie! Thanks for making us feel at home Jonathan!
I had a great stay at Blue Feather Creek. Jonathon was a gracious host. The farm is nestled in the beautiful mountains of North Carolina near Sparta. The farm itself covers a decent amount of land, and provides hours of strolling around. It is also occupied by laying hens, chickens, rosters, pet pigs, cattle, and sheep. If you are an animal lover like me, it was a pleasant experience hanging out with them. The hens/chickens/roosters are in their fenced area, but the other animals roam freely. All the animals were friendly, and were no inconvenience. I enjoyed having them around.
The area that Jonathan designates for camping is near two small creeks. I use the creek to wash plates, pots, etc, and the house on the farm has a spigot for drinking water. The campsite comes with a firepit and picnic table. The small creeks can be crossed with a truck or SUV, but if you have a small car like me, Jonathon will gladly escort you to the campsite in his grandpa's beautiful vintage 1972 tractor. I had an excellent stay, and would recommend this farm.
Jonathan's farm is beautiful, diverse, great for all-season camping. We camped in the dead of winter, and Jonathan was kind enough to meet us at the entrance to his lands to safely lead us (around the sheep!) to a wide, flat space to camp. We were grateful to have a wooden table/chairs to work on, as well as access to plenty of wood for a fire. Super friendly pups paid us a few visits when they weren't tending to the sheep. A small ravine provided us with potable water, although much of it was frozen over when we visited. There is also a mini-hill to climb for beautiful views - great for catching the sunrise!
Had a great time staying at the Blue Feather Creek Farm this weekend. Unfortunately it was raining the whole time, but the ground near where we pitch a tent stayed relatively dry with the amount of rain we got! If we find ourselves in the area again we'll look to stay here again. Lots of fun waking up to dogs and sheep all around!
Jonathan is a great host, he met us at the gate and showed up where we could camp. He was very kind and welcoming. The property is beautiful, lots to explore. If it's a clear night, the stars are very bright. Depending on time of year, you can even see the milky way. Can't wait to visit again!