My wife and I had a great time at Misty Mountain. The farm itself is beautiful and relaxing with great views of the forest and nearby mountains. The nighttime sky was littered with stars upon stars upon stars and the sunrise the next morning was pretty spectacular, especially with all that mist - it felt like we were actually in the clouds at times.
The owner, Al, was super accommodating and even brought us winter squash and fresh peppers from their garden. He also had meat for sale in freezers in their little store (beef, lamb, chicken, rabbit). And when the sites 5 gallon water jug ran out, he was quick to fill it up again.
The campsites themselves were clustered together in an open grass area next to the dirt road - we counted four in total - but we were the only campers on the property our first night so we had our pick (we booked site #1 on hipcamp). If you're looking for secluded forest camping, this may not satisfy, but you could always walk your tent further into the woods that border the sites. The outhouse was very clean too!
The farm definitely has its charm - multiple horses, cows, sheep, goats, chickens, ducks, and the largest pig I've ever seen.
Would definitely recommend to friends for a low-key weekend hanging out in nature.
We loved our stay at Magic Forest Farm! We spent a weekend back in August at site #1, just my wife and I along with our pup, and couldn't ask for much more (maybe a table of sorts, but that's it). The site had plenty of seating around the fire pit and had a cooking station (hand-built shelves) next to the grill, super convenient. The only thing to keep in mind is that this is the first site off the dirt road, so you'll likely experience people coming and going throughout your stay (didn't bother us!).
The property itself is beautiful and our dog had a blast running around like a maniac off leash. The outhouses were very clean as well and it was nice to have running water up at the main house to wash dishes.