Hi folks, Call 1 hr before arrival, if possible. Our camp at Barbour Farms is approximately 1.5 miles off of US Highway 79 (Dover Rd), and is a quiet peaceful 80 acre setting to take in nature. Whether you choose to camp in your tent, car, RV or mobile home, generators are welcome. Barbour Farms contains the location of Montgomery County's Ol' Griffey School House Seat of
Hi folks, Call 1 hr before arrival, if possible. Our camp at Barbour Farms is approximately 1.5 miles off of US Highway 79 (Dover Rd), and is a quiet peaceful 80 acre setting to take in nature. Whether you choose to camp in your tent, car, RV or mobile home, generators are welcome. Barbour Farms contains the location of Montgomery County's Ol' Griffey School House Seat of 1900, and the Historic Ledford Farm House Seat of 1870. We are veteran owned, and offer guided tours at an additional cost. Currently, we raise beef cattle, operate a horse boarding facility, and produce homespun foods. We have 7 campsites from which to choose. Learn more about us at Barbour Farms on Facebook.
- Check in: After 10AM
- Check out: Before 6PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
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Location: 2875 St. Paul Rd., Woodlawn, TN 37191
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Many great places to camp, a map of the property, and great hosts!
When you get here, you'll be able to sit at one of the picnic tables at the house and a host will meet you to take you around so you can pick your favorite spot to set up camp. Great for families and group camping, TONS of butterflies, and sweet horses.
One of the fields on the very back of the property was full of wildflowers and so many butterflies so I stayed there, naturally. It was absolutely magical!
We had several choices but chose the cow pasture to camp and loved it. It is secluded, quiet and has a beautiful sunset and sunrise view. Craig is the nicest man you'll ever meet.
The farm manager is very friendly and inviting. She made sure we had everything we needed for the night and even invited us (we have two horse loving kids) to help feed the horses. We only stayed one night, but it was filled with memories. We hope to go back soon.
Quiet and secluded weekend away
Craig and his team we so wonderful! They were so welcoming and friendly. Craig gave us a tour of the property and got is set up at the best spot! When we arrived they had just finished harvesting fresh water shrimp and showed us the shrimp. It was truly a unique experience.
Perfect, restful, shady
Perfect. I was on a solo bicycle camping trip from Nashville to St. Louis. The host was very nice, advised where to camp to avoid ticks and showed me an area behind a wall where I could hose off in privacy. Her young son helped me set up my tent.
I texted as requested a few hours before I expected to arrive. My estimate was off (late) by at least an hour but that didn’t seem to bother her and she came over less than 30 minutes after I arrived.
There was almost no traffic on the road at the site so I just went to the back of the property behind a tree to use the bucket, which the host provided with garbage bags as a liner. I found it easier to use my own GoAnywhere bags as a liner and pack them out. I brought my own TP.
Plenty of potable water available from the hose. I couldn’t find a place to hang my food bag so I attached it with bungie cords to the top of a wrought iron gate. I have the Ratsack so it can be hard to tell if any critters found it but I saw no sign of any attempts and all my food was there in the morning.
The location itself was lovely. The goats were cute and stayed in their enclosure. Nice view of pastures. There was plenty of shade and it was very quiet. There was no rain, but the location was high so I don’t imagine there would be any flooding risk.
There were some difficult hills (for a loaded bike) once I got off 79, but rt 79 itself had a very wide shoulder and was an easy ride.
I was supposed to spend 2 nights, but I woke up that first (Sunday) morning so well-rested I decided to take advantage of the lighter Sunday traffic to reach Land Between the Lakes. I’m glad I did, as the traffic was very light and made things easier for me, but I would have gladly spent another night here as it was very quiet and pleasant.
There weren’t that many bugs (early Sept) and the tables and chairs made mealtime easy. There was a grocery/convenience store on the way to the site from rt 79, but I didn’t go in as I had just stocked up in Clarksville.
Craig was welcoming along with Johnny loved the area where we camped at other than the fact we didn’t stay at the site very long During the day would love to come here again and explore more too and price was reasonable.