Welcome to Soaring Cedars Campsite at Plentiful Hill!
Named after the more than 20 mature red cedar trees growing in this spot, this extra-large site is perfect for families and groups. It’s right off Plentiful Hill’s main entrance with easy car access and plenty of parking for multiple vehicles. The site is flanked by woods and a seasonal creek (this creek bed is also
Welcome to Soaring Cedars Campsite at Plentiful Hill!
Named after the more than 20 mature red cedar trees growing in this spot, this extra-large site is perfect for families and groups. It’s right off Plentiful Hill’s main entrance with easy car access and plenty of parking for multiple vehicles. The site is flanked by woods and a seasonal creek (this creek bed is also awesome to explore when it’s dry) and is big enough that even if your group pitches several tents, there is plenty of room for separation and privacy. There is direct access to trails, and right across the creek and right across the road are open fields perfect for dark-sky stargazing. Bonus adventure: Can you find the well-hidden and very old good luck charm at this site?
At the site:
- Portable firepit
- Portable picnic table
- Hung hammock
- Toilet bucket with privacy tent if requested (must provide own liners)
- Camp sink
- Property/trail maps
- Guide books for Tennessee wildlife, birds, vegetation
- Most vehicles should have no problem accessing Soaring Cedars.
- Don’t worry if you hear the occasional gunshot from neighboring properties; that’s common down in the country.
- Our farm dogs are alert through the night, so you may hear some barking up the hill.
- Soaring Cedars is the closest of the campsites to our country road. While traffic is minimal, it can sometimes be loud.
- All trash and waste MUST be packed out.
- Dogs are welcome and must not bother the horses or goats. Please pick up and dispose of waste.
- Although this site flanks the main path in and out of Plentiful Hill, it is very private. You can position your tent spot in the far northern end and be a good ways away from the path.
We’ve developed and are continually maintaining trails across the 375 acres of Plentiful Hill. Some of the trails are wide and open and give you great access to the beautiful pastures. Other trails are narrow and twist through the unendingly interesting woods. All trails have names and are identified with signs and posted maps. The woods trails are also marked with flags and ribbons to help you stay on track. The terrain varies from flat and open to hilly and wooded.
Bring your bike to tour around the local country roads or try your hand at riding off-road on our trails. The roads and trails are great for runners too, so plan to get your exercise in while you visit!
The Town of Chapel Hill is 10 minutes away and has a Dollar General, small grocery store, some restaurants, a laundry mat, and a few boutique shops...enough to satisfy all your needs while visiting!
Henry Horton State Park is 15 minutes south of us, and it has several playgrounds, trails, an outdoor pool in the summer, and access to the Duck River.
We’re less than 30 minutes from Spring Hill and Lewisburg, less than 40 minutes from Franklin and Murfreesboro, and, surprisingly, less than 50 minutes from downtown Nashville.
About Plentiful Hill
We are proud of our wild homeplace and love sharing its beauty and peacefulness with others! Plentiful Hill is 375 rolling acres of beautiful woods and spacious open fields on the northern outskirts of Chapel Hill, TN. It has a pond, several cedar glades, marked hiking trails, an historic family cemetery, a seasonal creek, a variety of wildlife, and Buckeye Ridge, elevation 1,112 feet. The anchor of the property, our white, two-story farmhouse, was built in 1812.
Three generations live on, love, and actively use this land. On any given day, someone in our family will invariably be riding a horse, taking a Gator ride, running/hiking the trails, or out working on property tasks. Every effort will be made to avoid your campsite area during your visit.
Plentiful Hill is a wild place. We aim to make it accessible and enjoyable to visitors, but we ultimately submit to the inescapable power, beauty, and essence of nature. Please anticipate and prepare for normal outdoor issues including bug bites, snake encounters, and severe weather.
These are difficult times for a lot of folks, and we want our property to be a safe and inviting place for people of all backgrounds. It's important to us that BIPOC, those in the LGBTQ+ community, and anyone else who might sometimes feel unwelcomed in outdoor spaces feel especially comfortable and accepted while staying with us.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 20% off
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4 Gallons Potable Water
4 gallons of drinking water from our well. Comes in two 2-gallon Igloo coole...Read more
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Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
The roads around us are very popular with bicyclists. And try your hand at mountain biking on our trails!
Blue Water Catfish Farm is only 20 minutes away in Eagleville.
We have lots of marked trails that wind around the entire property. Keep it easy with flat terrain or challenge yourself to ma...Read more
The Duck River (the most biologically diverse river in North America) is only about 10 miles away and is a popular option for w...Read more
Henry Horton State Park is 15 minutes away and has a big outdoor pool for summertime fun.
Owls, hawks, coyotes, wild turkeys, a variety of song birds, deer, turtles, foxes, armadillos, woodpeckers, and buzzards and more!
Natural features you'll find at Soaring Cedars in Tennessee.
At Plentiful Hill you'll find cedar glades and mixed hardwood woods.
Ha ha, not a lake, but a cute little pond. :)
The open pastureland gets mowed several times a year, but when it's high, there are a wide variety of wildflowers.
River, stream, or creek
Our creek is seasonal meaning it is more often running full during the fall/winter/spring months. But it does retain shallow p...Read more
Henry Horton State Park is 15 minutes away and has a large swimming pool and splash pad open during the summertime.