Beautiful, peaceful, clean forested land, with a small garden and seasonal creek, no fences, lots of wildlife, including bear, mountain lion, and deer. South Cumberland State Park is practically in the backyard! Lots of outdoor activities such as climbing, hiking, biking, boating, paddleboarding, whitewater rafting, skydiving, hangliding, and motorcycle riding. Chattanooga 3
Beautiful, peaceful, clean forested land, with a small garden and seasonal creek, no fences, lots of wildlife, including bear, mountain lion, and deer. South Cumberland State Park is practically in the backyard! Lots of outdoor activities such as climbing, hiking, biking, boating, paddleboarding, whitewater rafting, skydiving, hangliding, and motorcycle riding. Chattanooga 30 minutes away, Nashville 1.5 hours. Area is rich in history! Union troops marched toward Confederate troops nearby during the Civil War.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Community Camp in Tennessee.
The vibe at Community Camp
Places to see near Gizzard Creek Farm
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Awesome site-great hostess!
Must start with this was a perfect campsite! We love having some private space so we can enjoy our night and not bother others or have to call it a night at 10pm. and this place was AWESOME! We felt safe and had plenty of room for tents, dog, campfire, and hammocks. The hostess provided wood, there was a fire pit, and a wooden large platform for your tent and other items so you were off the ground; even though no picnic table-the wooden platform was perfect for coolers and anything else u needed. Nicole was super super sweet-she gave us freshly laid eggs plus herbs and veggies from her garden for breakfast (even though we had to take them to go since we had a long drive back home). It's beyond nice having a shower, esp. after a few days of camping and music--(we went to the annual bluegrass Festival in Chattanooga (their 13th yr!) -which I recommend for sure for all groups of people and we plan on going back!) [I have to add just for others-this was a first for me to use a compost toliet but it's really the same as a porta-potty-minus the 500 others sharing it!] Great reasonable price and great location for hiking as well as for visiting Chatanooga! I will def be back and appreciate the hostess, her property, and clearly how hard she works very much! We appreciate the true kindness from her and the GREAT site she shared with us and like I said we will be back!! :)
Peaceful, adventurous, beautiful..
After several weeks of traveling due to the stuff of family life. We decided to break up the last leg of our trip by camping.
Gizzard Creek Farm was our first experience with Hip Camp. I must say we are total fans. We love the idea of private property, teaching our kids to respect that, and not having to share our camp site with lots of others.
When we arrived we accidentally entered a neighbor’s yard. Thankfully they directed us to the right place! Gizzard Creek was on the left side of the road.
The site of our camping was newly cleared. Thankfully we brought our clippers and took care of the last few small stumps. We have a large footprint with a four person tent, and two smaller ones.
Once setup we enjoyed a fire in the brick fire ring, Nicole is in process of switching to metal fire rings. We were able to comfortably fit three tents, once larger, and two smaller at our campsite.
Nicole and Walt supplied ample firewood in fact we left some for the next campers! You’re welcome! ;)
After our breakfast, Nicole let out ducks and chickens, and she showed us around her beautiful garden. I might have a lot of garden envy now! ;) I hope to go back and see her orchard plans in full swing.
We generously received in season farm fresh duck and chicken eggs, freshly cut herbs from the garden, and enjoy a second breakfast. Thank you Nicole.
After breakfast and second breakfast we enjoyed exploring nearby Foster Falls. The kids were so excited to swim under a waterfall for the first time.
Back at Gizzard Creek Farm there is a awesome bridge to cross the creek, and watch cray fish, and play Pooh sticks.
We asked the family what their vote was on camping here again and it was a unanimous YES!