Located on 20 acres of rolling Piedmont land Dawnbreaker Farms offers campers a unique outdoor experience. Our livestock grazing practices mimic natural ecological systems to create the most abundant ecosystem in the region. We have meat for sale to enjoy as you camp or take home for later.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
This is a great Hipcamp to experience the colors of fall—watch the leaves change and autumn come to life.
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Ben and salem were welcoming.
Flat tent sites are scarce. Sufficient privacy. Multiple water sources, with helpful guidance from Ben about ducks/geese being noisy sleeping companions. Stay upwind of the hogs.
I hope to stop there again on return trip...
Ben & salem are accomodating.
Flat tent sites ate few, but grass is soft. Avoid noisy ducks/geese pen and stay upwind of the hogs. Very bucolic and pleasant place to camp. Quiet, (not too close to any big road.) Nice and open if you like that , or cozy up to a bush, or a farm building. Water availablel at multiple small animal sheds.
Nice spacious area with quite a few animals to hang with. Look for biscuit the cat, she’s adorable! Ben the owner was very accommodating and gracious, we had a great time overnight. Highly recommend you take a night or more here, you won’t be disappointed!
My 8 kids and I showed up early and we loved seeing the animals on the farm. Lots of ducks, chickens and turkeys. It rained all weekend but we decided to stay and make the most of it. The grass was super tall and we actually got stuck in some mud but Ben came and pulled us out. Then we set up camp in the woods and Ben took us to see the pigs which was a highlight. Only suggestion would be to keep the grass short, if possible.