- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Locally situated near various biking trails and the Blue Ridge Parkway.
There are places available fairly nearby the Dan River Basin as an example for folks who have their own kayaks. Fairystone stat...Read more
Buffalo Mountain is closest, my property is situated about an hour from various state parks affording many amenities
Available at Fairystone State Park, approx 40 minutes away for parking and swimming fee. Available for free from 5-6 at Dehart...Read more
Active deer trails abound
Natural features you'll find at Nestled in on a Forest Farm in Virginia.
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Nice quiet place
Sarah’s place was great! My children also loved all the animals, especially the alpacas. We also all noticed how quiet it was. Sarah was also super helpful in pointing us in the direction of places to go visit and see while we were in the area. It was perfect for us on our little adventure.
A quick stop on our drive home
My boyfriend and I camped here with our dog during our drive back to Florida. We originally were going to drive to SC but were tired of driving. We messaged Sarah only a couple hours before hoping to stop and she accommodated us well. When we arrived she walked us to the different places we could pull up and camp at and even offered us a bed in her tiny cabin due to expected weather. We met her two dogs who were both very sweet. While we could see the house from our tent site we still felt secluded. We were visited by a friendly dog while setting up our tent (not one of the two dogs of hers that we met, but friendly to us and our dog and didn’t stay long). We did not get a chance to meet her Alpacas or see her gardens before we packed up and continued our drive back to Florida but we did stop at the Hanging Rock trail nearby which ended up being the best trail and sightseeing on our trip!
Quiet and peaceful.
Driving from Shenandoah National Park we wanted a quiet place to put up our tent that was not far off the road. This was not too far off the highway. Easy to park and set up our tent in a small space. Sharon was very gracious and helped us get settled. The outhouse was clean easy to get to. We got off to an early start and were soon back on our way. GPS program does not get you to the right place but her directions do.