Enjoy self-sufficient camping along the creek on our 90-acre VA Farm Cidery located 45 miles west of D.C. Visit the Tasting Tavern year-round, enjoy wildlife, serenity and changing seasons on Big Cobbler Mountain.
We offer Camping/Cider Tasting & Camper Breakfast Packages!
Camping includes Cider Tastings in the Tasting Tavern 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Thursdays through Mondays or by arranged custom time. Visit us on Facebook or our website "Cobbler Mountain" to see our seasonal ciders, which are available to enjoy by the pint, growler, 4-pack & case purchases for take-home selections.
AND optional Camper Breakfast with reservation $12 per person (payable in the Tavern).
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 2PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 18 months out Weeknight discount: 25% off
The vibe at Cobbler Mountain Cellars
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My husband and I loved our camping trip to Cobbler Mountain Cellars. The entire property is stunning. Everywhere you look has a beautiful view. We set our tent up in the recommended spot by the creek. It was completely picturesque. They provided us with plenty of firewood, and our dog loved swimming in the creek. Laura one of the owners warmly greeted us, and pleasantly informed us our dog was allowed anywhere on the property and in the tasting room! We then had the tasting of our lives; each cider was incredibly unique and delicious. The only downside is you are going to want to buy everything! We got some warm cider, a pint of the blackberry and hops mixed, and a four pack of pumpkin. Laura told us all about the rich history of the property, and toured us through the bottling area and special events room. We went back to our campsite for a warm fire, and a quiet night. We look forward to coming back to the property in warmer seasons. What Laura and Jeff have created and preserved is definitely worth a visit.
Cobbler Mountain was a great place to hang out and camp for a night. I was there with a couple of friends and our dog. We all got some cider and the dog got plenty of tennis balls. The campsite felt very private despite being only a couple hundred feet from the tasting room. Our host was great and we can’t wait to go back with other friends and more dogs!
The site was private and quiet compared to staying at a KOA. There were a few cars that would pass along the road next to the campsite throughout the day so there wasn’t full privacy. However, the site was beautiful and we’d stay there again!
Laura's place was awesome, and she was a lovely host. We set up camp after in a little opening by the creek, with plenty of space, privacy and open sky for stargazing. The cider tasting was perfect after a day of hiking, and the property is really beautiful. Not to mention, we loved getting to know Laura and hearing the story of how Cobbler Mountain Cellars came to be. Would highly recommend to anyone looking for a convenient spot near Shenandoah NP.