Chattooga Belle Farm is a 190 acre u-pick fruit farm growing over 20 types of fruit and boasts a stunning 270-degree of the Blue Ridge Mountains. With a 22 acre lake with some pasture beside it, there is ample room to set up camp either in the open, under a tree, or in the woods. There are not assigned spots. A short walk to a well-house for potable water, may provide oppo
Chattooga Belle Farm is a 190 acre u-pick fruit farm growing over 20 types of fruit and boasts a stunning 270-degree of the Blue Ridge Mountains. With a 22 acre lake with some pasture beside it, there is ample room to set up camp either in the open, under a tree, or in the woods. There are not assigned spots. A short walk to a well-house for potable water, may provide opportunity to gaze at the grass-fed, Black Angus cattle grazing nearby. There is an 18-hole disc golf course that trails through the property, so you may be able to play or meet a passerby who is playing. A little bit longer walk will bring you to Chattooga Belle Farm Distillery where we make Brandies, Whiskies, a Vodka, a Gin and Muscashine made with the fruits of our labor. And, a little bit further walk up to the main event barn will have a farm store that is open 7 days a week, April through October and a Bistro which serves lunch from 11-2 every day except Monday. (Hours may change due to COVID. When you book, you will receive instructions and hours.)
- Check in: After 9AM
- Check out: Before 11PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 18 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Chattooga Belle Farm Lakeside in South Carolina.
The vibe at Chattooga Belle Farm Lakeside
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We enjoyed our stay at Chattooga Belle Farm. The Farm has tons of features -- the store, vineyard, campsite, distillery, disc golf, star gazing and more. We enjoyed a fresh and delicious lunch before heading out for the day at the bistro. The camping area is removed from the main areas so it is private and spacious.
My partner and I camped at CBF for the eclipse. There were a lot of campers, but we didn't feel too cramped. We found a great little right next to the lake, and we really enjoyed it. When we got too hot, we jumped off the dock into the lake for a swim. The farm itself is also lovely -- vineyards, a few head of cattle, and gorgeous views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. We'd return.
We had an amazing time staying at Chattooga Belle Farm and would recommend it to everyone, not just those passing through the area! The burgers (made from cows raised on the farm) at the restaurant were delicious, the service both at the restaurant and the distillery was superb, and Ed and Kitty were so welcoming and hospitable. We had the campsite all to ourselves right on the water and were grateful to our hosts for the provided firewood.
Five stars all around. The property is gorgeous and Ed and Kitty, the owners, and the property and distillery manager, Ben, made us feel like family. There is so much to do that we didn't even leave the property on the first day of camping.
Pretty but not really for tents
This is a vineyard, distillery and farm. It's beautiful and an excellent location for a wedding for music festival. I would not recommend it for groups of less than 25 people. Its a nice place but don't expect much privacy.
Tent camping is in a hay field and the grass was above waist height. I didn't see a single stick so bring firewood.
The campsite was oversold for the Memorial Day weekend so we left and found another more wooded location. The host were excellent and quickly refunded all fees.
You arrive to rolling hills with vineyards/orchards. The land is beautiful, just minutes away from the wild and scenic Chatooga River. If you want to relax, take in the sunset over the rolling hills wine in hand this is your place. Alternately, the site is minutes away from 3 premiere rafting companies to be guided over the rapids. If you have experience and your own gear it would make a great basecamp for drying out after running the rapids all day. The property is home to a distillery, a working bee farm, tree house, lakeside dock - all adjacent to the winery venue itself.
The camp site was gorgeous, the farm store a fabulous surprise...lovely night. My only hesitation is there was no bathroom (aside from the farm store) or even specific area designated on the actually camp site as a bathroom. And if I were camping w lots of friends this could become a sticky issue (literally!). A wooden out-house would solve this issue.