After meeting the host, we were guided a tour of the lands showing us to our site. The tiny house campsite was nestled deep in the 500+ acres of fields, with John's Creek running alongside. The soothing sounds of the flowing water and the magical fireflies lulled us into a state of zen. We hope to visit again soon!
Tucked in the corner of Ned's field, is a secluded spot beneath the Walnut tree. A short trail walk away, and you're dipping your toes in the crystal clear waters of Craig Creek. The evening display of fireflies was spectacular and the bonus of witnessing fireworks, summertime in Craig County is worth the trip. There is plenty of nearby hiking, we choose Dragon's Tooth, passing it on our way out of town. With well provided directions and an overview of activities to do in the area, we had a great visit!
The Blackwater river tucked away is stunning on this property! If you ask to take his kayaks over and have a paddle - it’s a calm river system with some gorgeous bald cypress trees and mirror like waters. There’s also a big pond on site and some cute animals to say ‘hi’ to. I found the carnivorous plants in James Bog to be massive! so fellow plant nerds, do check it out!