Outdoor Access has self-certified that Hipcamp’s COVID-19 Safety Standards have been implemented at this listing. See what’s being done here.

Come pitch your tent on our unique farm. We have two tent sites, each 100 yards from each other, separated from the Tea House by two acres of blueberry bushes. You can drive right up to each campsite, which are north of the tea house by about 300 yards. Both campsites get full sun - the teahouse offers shaded community areas to cool off on hotter days. 

After you settl

Read more...

Come pitch your tent on our unique farm. We have two tent sites, each 100 yards from each other, separated from the Tea House by two acres of blueberry bushes. You can drive right up to each campsite, which are north of the tea house by about 300 yards. Both campsites get full sun - the teahouse offers shaded community areas to cool off on hotter days. 

After you settle in, feel free to wander around the farm, enjoy the hammock garden, and browse the herb beds. If you are staying when the Tea House is open we hope that you'll enjoy a beverage, snack or smoothie that was sourced from the farm. It's a magical place to be. We are open from April to November and from 9am - 9pm Friday, Saturday, and Sunday and have a busy community of visitors enjoying the tea house.  

The Honeysuckle is an aggregation of efforts, by many people, over many years.  The namesake of our larger effort comes from the Honeysuckle Tea House, which was founded by Tim and Megan Toben, and a large community of slow growth social impact investors, in 2013 (you can still see their names listed to the right and left of the entrance to the Honeysuckle Tea House).  The unique design of the Tea House was envisioned and developed by local community builder, Giles Blunden.  Renowned Design-Build artisan David Hinkle oversaw the construction of the Tea House, and both Giles and David recently teamed back up to design and expand our Tea House natural playground.  When the Tea House was founded, the extensive plantings of elderberry, blueberry, blackberry, teas and herbs on the adjacent farmland were established. 

The Honeysuckle Farm is where we come together to grow, not only our berries and herbs, but our team and community. The farm guides all that we do. It consists of 225 acres of agroecology production, biodiversity conservation, and just plain fun places to explore.  It includes the farmland surrounding Honeysuckle Tea House, the Keith Collection of over 3,400 species of trees and shrubs from around the world, and the adjoining Pickards Mountain Forest, a state-designated Natural Heritage Area with trails traversing its rich, mature chestnut oak forest encompassing the second highest point in Orange County. These unique places are where The Honeysuckle experience comes together.

Campsite area
Bring your own tents, trailers, vans and truck campers
2 sites
Up to 6 guests per site
Park at listing
ADA access
Essentials
Campfires allowed
Toilet available
Pets allowed
Amenities
Potable water available
Picnic table available
Wifi available
Bins available
No kitchen
No showers
Laundry absent
Camping vehicle details
Generators allowed
No electrical hookup
No water hookup
No sewage hookup
No TV hookup
Pull-in site
Max length 20ft
Surface type: grass or field
Surface levelness: flat
  • Check in: After 3PM
  • Check out: Before 11AM
  • Cancellation policy: Moderate
  • On arrival: Go straight to camp
  • Minimum nights: 1 night
  • Accepts bookings: 12 months out

Activities

Offered on the Host's property or nearby.

Wildlife watching

Terrain

Natural features you'll find at Camping at The Honeysuckle Teahouse in North Carolina.

Farm

The vibe at Camping at The Honeysuckle Teahouse

This listing has no reviews yet.
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Hipcamper Susan M.
has mixed feelings towards this listing.
(Site 1)
July 11th, 2020
Property
Outdoor Access Camping
State
North Carolina
Country
United States
$30/night
2 Sites
Hipcamp is created with ❤️ and hope for our future