This wonderfully secluded tent camping spot at the rear of a farm is perfect for a weekend of peace and quiet. If you want activities, this property is less than 10 miles from some of the best hiking in North Carolina, whitewater and zip lining in the summer, and two rivers nearby. The owner is private yet likes people.
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Nearby mountain roads and trails are within 10 miles
North Carolina Rivers and streams.
Various GREAT hiking within 10 miles
Weather permitting there is swimming closeby
French Broad river offers whitewater within 10 miles
Turkeys, deer and possibly a bear or two!
Natural features you'll find at Get a Lift in Madison County in North Carolina.
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Let's just start with this - Dawn's farm was an absolute dream location to camp at! The tent site is tucked away on her property, up a winding hill and through the trees into a perfect little clearing. Your "perch" (it's up on its own hill!) looks out over the mountains, has a bench (great for setting up dinner if you forgot your camping table), and feels a million miles away from it all. Come prepared with water and basic necessities, as it is truly just the land up there - but that's proper camping! Before arriving, Dawn even sent a video message on directions to get there...such a welcome surprise. If you want to have a relaxing getaway in the woods, though just ~30 minutes from downtown Asheville, this is the place!
Set up camp and Dawn came to welcome us and said to call her if we needed anything. My small truck was able to drive to the campsite, anything bigger would be a challenge on the narrow paths around the hills. The view from the grassy knoll was great. In the morning woke to a couple turkeys that were strutting beside the tent. The stay was cut short due to the weather but we would enjoy returning.