Pitch your tent or bring your camper and park amongst the trees on a working fiber farm. Close to Tryon International Equestrian Center. Miles of trails around the property. Private and open camping sites are available. Bring your horses for a ride as well. Camp among deer, turkey, pheasant and other wildlife.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
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Bring your horses, plenty of pasture to keep them on and trails available.
Deer, turkey, rabbits, quail, pheasant, bobcats and coyotes. Multiple tree blinds available for watching and/or photography.
Natural features you'll find at Amongst the Trees in South Carolina.
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River at end of hiking trail.
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We LOVED L&G Farm! The campsites were spacious, yet still had great privacy. Make sure to check out the farm (at meal time if you want to see everyone up close!) on the opposite side of the house and meet the gang. Your hosts are responsive to suggestions and eager to improve your experience. We hope to come back sooner rather than later.
Love love love
I run a small business that involves me traveling all over North America. 2 years ago, I became so fed up with the Rental Car - Airplane- Hotel system that I totally bolted. Last year we did 63,000 miles in a tent out of the back of a Tacom. We had a blast but whoa...what a pain in the rearend. So, in June of this year, we acquired a 22.5 foot travel trailer. Now we are in total heaven. We sharpened out RV chops (the lifestyle does come with a little bit of a learning curve) and now we are trying HipCamp for the very first time.
I can't tell you how perfect for us, Kelly and Teresa's fiber farm was.
We were able to back the trailer into this little grassy cove surrounded on all sides but the front by woods. Perfect seclusion. Trailer leveled out easily. The spot is very quiet amd shaded...but also you can orient your trailer such that a portion of your camp is in shade and a portion is in full sun...if you wanna soak up some rays.
Water is close by (as a water treatment chemical engineer, always filter water from city sources through a Brita or like filters) and there is a power but we were practicing our boondocking skills so we didn't use it.
Kelly and Teresa are some cool people. They leave ya alone if ya want seclusion but I am a lover of converstion and interesting people so we went up to "Feeding Time and Porch Sitt'n" at 7pm. Alpaca, horses, donkeys, goats, dogs, cats...and Lance the Mallard. Very cool.
And then the porch sitt'n. I could sit and talk with Kelly and Teresa for hours and hours...actually...we did. They are both brilliant people. We had a blast.
Another cool aspect of this spot...at night...they don't have lights blaring all over the place. No light polution! Thank you! At night my wife and I pulled our chairs out about 15 yards off the front of the camp and whoa...you are essentially in a field...with a big sky view mated with trees. Perfect star gazing.
We stayed for 2 nights. Plenty of resturants and shopping 10 miles or under from the site. We hit an Applebees for a burger...I think it was 6 miles away?
We avsolutly love Kelly and Teresa and we will be back to camp soon! A great little escape from the ever crowding cities of Greenville and Spartenburg.
And ya gotta meet Luck the Pittbull and Lance the Mallard....I kid you not...Inseparable buddies! They follow each other everywhere. And when Luke goes in the house, Lance waits pariently at the door...mildly quacking for his pal.
Cutest thing I have ever seen.
Clean campsites, great privacy
Great clean campsite off a series of quiet rural roads. Host was friendly and welcoming, showing me to my campsite, etc. I was able to purchase additional firewood that was brought to my campsite, right by the exisiting fire pit which made setting up camp that much easier (not having to carry it all myself or load it into my car). I would certainly come back and maybe try other sites on the property.
Additionally, this location made it easy to get to different sections of the blue ridge parkway amongst other scenic byways.
Stayed here for two nights and had a good experience. Kelly and Theresa were great. I even got to meet the animals on their farm. The only downside was the lack of privacy and the noise. Other campers had to drive by my site to get to theirs and you could see the street from my site. You can also hear the traffic from the roads nearby as well as sirens and people riding their four wheelers very loudly late at night. I would stay again but maybe choose a site further back into their property.
Kelly and Teresa were kind, friendly hosts... and their farm is gorgeous! I had a quiet, private campsite, a short walk to the outhouse. There was a fire circle already there, and wood is available. Bring your own beer and TP- and I can't recommend them enough! Exactly the kind of low key, beautiful spot I was hoping for. Will definitely be back to Asheville for my next cyclocross race, and plan on staying here
My visit at Amongst the Tress was the last minute stopover on my way to Georgia. Kelly responded quickly to my request made a few hours before my late arrival. He was gracious enough to stay until I got there and directed me to the campsite. The site is quiet and secluded, with a firepit and wood and bathroom with a view. I did not get the chance to take part in the feeding time but the farm and animals are close enough to the site for me to pay a visit. Though I only camped out a few hours it felt very safe and comfortable. I most definitely hope to be back!