Enjoy a stay tent camping little camping cabin on a new 4 acre minifarm in Chapel Hill! All funds go to help the educational farm.
An overnight adventure. Stay in a tiny camping cabin at Wildwoods Farm. The tent sites are near electrical and there is a beautiful heated shower and compost restroom onsite. This is a brand new 4-acre educational farm so the land is still bare as we begin to plant but the farm is located in the beautiful & vibrant area of Chapel Hill, North Carolina. All funds help
Conveniently located about 10 minutes from Downtown Chapel Hill and Carborro. Enjoy the quiet of a rural farm but close enough to downtown to make it a night out. We are also located within walking distance to the Honeysuckle Tea House which provides live music in the evenings on Friday and Saturday. During the day it's a meditative space with herb gardens, tea and smoothies. Also, located near Pickards Mountain Eco Institute.
Amenities: The space is for semi-camping conditions. There is a heated camping shower and an composting outhouse toilet right. Occasionally camping cabins may be available for an additional fee. Cabins are equipped with electrical, and mini-kitchen with counter top stove, coffee maker, microwave and toaster oven. Guests must provide their own food.
Internet can be accessed if you have a mobile hotspot from your cell phone.
No Pets and No Smoking for health and safety of farm.
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
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Excellent spot to camp! Cheri was very friendly and the camping set up was very straightforward. It was nice to meet some of the other members of the community farm as well. I'd recommend camping here and would definitely return.
Is was a great experience. I was one of the first campers so I get to see the work in progress. Cheri is wonderful and she took us around the grounds and explained all the future plans for her venture. A great place to just hang out and get in touch with yourself and the natural beauty that we all have. I think Cheri and her group have done a wonderful job creating this relaxing environment . She is getting started so I would love for everybody to go support this awesome cause. Helping kids learn to farm , rescue animals , sell vegetables from farm to table and enjoying nature. I can’t wait to go back and see all the things that they have done. Let’s support these beautiful people.
I have mixed feelings about this campsite. The host was very responsive leading up to my stay. The fire pit was nice. But the listing was a little misleading. I didn’t realize how far our campsite would be from the fire and picnic tables. Our tent had to rest on a small bed of bumpy gravel, surrounded by churned up ground/grass. Our tent was in very close quarters to the other small homes. You share the fire pit, wash sink, shower, and other amenities with all the others that are staying. It didn’t feel very private. It was far enough away from the city to where the night sky was beautiful. I probably wouldn’t stay here again, but for $15 I guess I got what I paid for.