Pitch a tent in our woods and enjoy the beauty of nature. We are a small working off-grid farm raising heritage pigs and various poultry. With nearby swimming holes, kayaking, and great fishing.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Cider Hollow Off-Grid Farm Camp in Tennessee.
The vibe at Cider Hollow Off-Grid Farm Camp
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A bunch of free range animals, the sweetest pups, plenty of land to explore and tons of cool spots to set up camp! The weather was lovely enough to stay in ENOs during my stay so we took the opportunity to sleep under the stars and count how many shooting stars we could see.
Friendly host. Gave us a tour point arrival. Unfortunately area was not what we had expected. Campsite options 200 m from other homes. No flat ground and large trash items (freezer, matress, etc.) dumped in every direction at camp site. Only a partial review because we did not stay to make camp.
Beginning of a horror movie
Off-grid farm sounds nice. I’ve been to one that was really nice and organized and clean. This was basically in the bowels of Tennessee where it’s super easy to get lost, it’s in gravel roads, and there were skulls and dead animals everywhere as well as mangy malnourished dogs walking around and you wouldn’t even know it was a farm of any kind for the fact that it was the epitome of a junk yard...just with skulls of animals as decor and super dirty and rusty. It felt incredibly uneasy even to a hardened person. It literally felt like the beginning of a horror movie. We absolutely did not feel safe there and we did not stay for even an hour or unpack.