Our house, set on 5 acres of land, is a gem in the countryside outside of Asheville. We have stunning views of the sunrise and sunset, woods for walking, roads for biking and a beautiful lawn for camping. We are an easy 20 min drive to Downtown Asheville or 10 min into Marshall. Our house includes a huge basement with garage, so motorcyclists and bikers are more than welcome! We know the roads and trails around here and can give you some great insider tips.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Super Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 1 month out
The vibe at Lupine Wood and Meadow RV
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Lupine Wood and Meadow is a really sweet spot to camp. We had our 1976 Toyota Chinook Pop Top Camper with us and were able to park on a really nice, level gravel parking spot. It was close to a water source which our host, Yoko, kindly offered to us (as well as a garden from which she allows you to pick your own tomatoes and herbs!) If your'e not in an RV, no worries, there are plenty of places to pitch your tent - either on the grass near the garden or even in the woods if you want more privacy.
We met Yoko upon arrival and she showed us around the property and pointed out a couple swings (we tried them both!), a path behind her house, where she keeps her pet rabbits and even the fire pit. It had rained earlier in the day but she was kind enough to make sure we had dry wood. She even let us borrow two wooden hand-crafted chairs that she purchased from a maker in Western North Carolina.
We enjoyed peace and quiet as well as a lovely view not too far from downtown Asheville. The sleeping was easy (we didn't hear a car the entire night) and woke up excited to explore downtown Marshall which is only a short drive away - maybe 10 minutes from the site.
We recommend this place if you want access to both Asheville and Marshall as well as something in the country that offers peace, quiet and very little light pollution.