About Cuzco Hill
Welcome to Cuzco Hill located in the charming town of Mineral, VA.
Our camping spot is located in the back part of our 3.50-acre property in a lovely secluded wooded area with a pond. There is a spot cleared for your tent along with a hammock, a picnic table and fire pit. Enjoy the peace and serenity, along with the sounds of frogs, birds in the trees and occasion moo from the farmers’ field next door. You may even hear the faint sound of a train horn in the distance. (A train does run occasionally through Mineral, but it is far enough away so it’s not a nuisance.)
Being such a small town we are surrounded by some pretty amazing things. Just to list a few: Lake Anna State Park, Coyote Hole Ciderworks, Cooper Vineyards, Weston Farm Vineyard & Winery, Lake Anna Winery, The Greens at Tanyard Golf Course, The Royal Virginian Golf Course and don’t forget the antiques shops around the area. There is something for everyone. We offer a DD service for those of you that would like to do a local winery tour. (Always be SAFE!) Since we are centrally located between Fredericksburg, Charlottesville and Richmond are close enough for a lovely day trip.
Of course if you are looking to just chill at the camp spot that’s perfect too!! Relax in a hammock and read a book. We have books in the store for you to borrow during your stay. You are also more than welcome to throw a blanket down in the field to catch some rays. You might catch a glimpse of the wild turkeys and deer that frequently visit. Or toss a fishing line in the pond, it’s small but a few nice size bass have been caught out of there.
At night the field is an astonishing place to star gaze or catch a meteor shower. During the summer nights the fire flies light up the field; it really is quite the sight.
Just in case Mother Nature is grumpy our “Flop House” is open for you to hang out, play games, watch movies or nap until the weather clears up. Wet campers are not happy campers.
If you have any questions feel free to contact us.
FUN historical information about Cuzco Hill:
During the 1800’s this area was known as Cuzco due to the large population of Spanish miners who worked the mines. Back then this area was a thriving mining town rich in gold, zinc and lead. Many of these miners passed through our doors to purchase supplies, pick up mail or to grab a drink in the tavern. Some passing miners would stay in the flop house (upstairs of store); you can still see where they left their marks.
- Listing type: Private
- No. of sites: 2
- Accessibility: Walk to listing
- Campsite area: Bring your own Tents
- Check in after: 2PM
- Check out before: 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Weeknight discount: 10% off