Hipcamp host Jessica G.
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The Creekside Shuga Shack Tiny house ...Hear only the soothing sounds of the rushing creek in this insulated and finished 8x12 tiny house with cedar accent wall and built in lofted queen-size bed which adds an extra 30 sqft of space under the bed for a total of 130ish sq ft. It also has a sitting area under the window and a ton of shelving for your clothes and other decorati


The Creekside Shuga Shack Tiny house ...Hear only the soothing sounds of the rushing creek in this insulated and finished 8x12 tiny house with cedar accent wall and built in lofted queen-size bed which adds an extra 30 sqft of space under the bed for a total of 130ish sq ft. It also has a sitting area under the window and a ton of shelving for your clothes and other decorations. It Has power and heat and a composting toilet, a shared soul kitchen in the garage lounge with sink and safe food storage and a variety of cooking appliances is available for your culinary creations, and an outdoor hot water shower is available for your enjoyment. The patio and lounge in the garage which features a hang out area and is connected to the soul kitchen.

Lodging provided
1 site
Up to 2 guests per site
Short walk
No ADA access
Campfires allowed
Toilet available
Pets allowed
Potable water available
Kitchen available
Showers available
Picnic table available
No wifi
Pack it out
Have a question? Send Jessica a message!
  • Check in: After 4PM
  • Check out: Before 12PM
  • Cancellation policy: Moderate
  • On arrival: Meet and greet
  • Minimum nights: 2
  • Accepts bookings: 6 months out


Offered on the Host's property or nearby.


Definitely nearby and likely on my property. I don't know enough about bikers needs to know.


At lake lure and other nearby lakes


Nearby not on property


On property and sooooooo many places nearby

Horseback riding

Nearby not on property


Nearby lakes, whitewater and kayaking

Wind sports

Lake lure and other lakes only 20 min




The creek is great to play in but not deep enough for real swimming but there are plenty of swimming holes and lakes nearby

Whitewater paddling

Nearby not on property

Wildlife watching

On property and everywhere


Natural features you'll find at Creekside Shuga Shack Tiny House in North Carolina.

Hot spring

Nearby within an hour


Within 20 minutes


Breathtaking and amazing

River, stream, or creek

Awesome creek fun to hike and play in on property and plenty of others nearby


Has some incline but not too steep, easy year-round access from 9

Swimming hole

The vibe at Creekside Shuga Shack Tiny House

Places to see near Cloud 9

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Hipcamper Brett
Brett W.
recommends this listing.
November 10th, 2019

Great experience! The property is beautiful with great hiking and wonderful hospitality.

Book it now!

Hipcamper Amber
Amber T.
recommends this listing.
July 5th, 2020

It was a slice of heaven served up unexpectedly.

The rules that we all hate don't apply here. Cannot recommend enough.

Hipcamper Matthew
Matthew J.
recommends this listing.
July 26th, 2020

Super nice place and Jessica is a great host!

Hipcamper Hallie

Slice of heaven is right

Hallie T.
recommends this listing.
July 30th, 2020

It was such a good decision to book a couple nights here! Wish we couldve stayed longer. Jessica was welcoming off the bat and her property is beautiful. Everything was well kept and I appreciated the purple paint details (: We enjoyed our time walking along the creek and trails, and just hanging out around the site. Very easy to get to highway and town. The spot is kid friendly- you will see her son playing around outside. The space is open and it has a communal energy, but it is private enough that you can keep your distance as needed and retreat into nature- especially with the creek right outside the shack. You can rough if you want but I appreciated having a compost toilet and hot outdoor shower. I could say more, but I know we'll be back!

Hipcamper Zach

Creekside mountain retreat

Zach M.
recommends this listing.
August 8th, 2020

Awake each morning to the sounds of the creek rushing just outside the tiny house. Open the doors and look out across the fields to the rolling jills and forest. Make breakfast in a converted outbuilding with windows letting in the cool air and the breeze. There’s an electric stove, well water, dishes and pots, and plenty of chairs and tables indoor and outside for relaxing, by the creek in the shade or out in the sun , and at night a large fire pit with plenty of wood. We brought our two young girls and they loved the trampoline, the hiking trail on the property, and the treehouse. Jessica’s son was always eager to play and share his play areas with them, and Jessica was a very accommodating and easygoing host who was both willing to talk and hang out but also gave us our privacy to spend some much needed time away from the bustle and noise of daily life. We arrived at night and Jessica was still there to greet us. We were a bit worried on Saturday morning when we woke up to quite a few additional campers having arrived and pitched their tents or hammocks within 20 feet of the Shugga Shack door, but they all left within a few hours, and the place felt more private again. The shack itself is very private, it held us on the top bunk and our girls slept below us on some mats and sleeping bags we brought. Overall we felt very relaxed and enjoyed ourselves. The creek was so wonderful, cool and refreshing and covered with gorgeous rhododendrons. We enjoyed ourselves and would recommend!

Hipcamper Sage
Sage S.
recommends this listing.
October 9th, 2020

Jessica and her son was super friendly in greeting me. All was well with my stay. The site is slightly less private than I anticipated but it was still a nice nature "getaway" from the city!

Hipcamper Jonathan
Jonathan P.
recommends this listing.
October 19th, 2020

I had an amazing stay here! I was skeptical to how warm the shed would be in the fall as the temperatures dropped, but i was pleasantly surprised! A heater was provided, but there was no need for it as the shack was very well insulated. Jessica was very welcoming and made us feel at home there! We had a great experience and will definitely come back if in the area again!

Hipcamper Paul

Lots of bugs, live and dead

Paul B.
doesn't recommend this listing.
November 12th, 2020

We booked the tiny house and camper for 2 nights. when part of our group arrived at the tiny house they walked in and found the place infested with bugs, alive and dead. They were on the bed and everywhere. One flow in my ear. These were mostly ladybugs but also stink bugs and other types. We had no idea we were booking a place like this. Our host was pleasent but said they were all over everywhere this time of year, including her house. This was not mensioned in the description. We decided within an hour we couldn't stay here. The host said she would refund us. That refund was $65 of the $250 we spent. Please be advised when booking the camper and tiny house there could be lots of bugs.

Hipcamper Dean S.
recommends this listing.
October 26th, 2020
Cloud 9
North Carolina
United States
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