Clean and beautiful campground with a shady canopy and great campfire pits with sturdy seating. The campground sits next to an Appalachian Trail lodge. We enjoyed chatting with the hikers when we fetched water or firewood. We also took a few short hikes alone the trail! The water and firewood are allocated at the lodge (maybe a quarter mile round trip) and you park in the lot and walk into the campground. It’s not far, but folks should plan to port their gear in. Glen was helpful and informative - especially when we found ourselves on the wrong trail 😎
Lovely people with a great deal of pride in their property and it shows. The camping spots are in a large field. Each has an individual firepit, trash can and picnic table. Some stay shady most of the day, two are not. The property is part of a farm. When I was camping there were cows in the adjacent field (being from Idaho I found this charming!) There are some chicken houses nearby - it did not bother me. Both of these things would have made my vegan sibling uncomfortable- sharing in case others are likeminded. I truly appreciated my host's warm welcome, flexibility, and desire to make my stay exactly what I wanted!