Pitch your tent in the woods on the edge of a secluded equine pasture. Fire ring and camp cooking available. Awesome down to earth hosts willing to share our property. Be seen or unseen, the choice is yours.
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Horseback riding available upon request
Natural features you'll find at Kay's Acres in Virginia.
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Thanks to our great hosts who greeted us on arrival and showed us around their beautiful farm. Beautiful land with three sites (so when you reserve ask for which you want.) Two meadows with a view of the farm separated by a tall fence for privacy. There are horse trails at the rear of the property that have clearings if you want more privacy with one site that already set up. Make sure you bring bug spray but if you come equipped it is well worth the trip. Excellent stop on the way to or from NC beaches.
My son and I stayed in the woods with hammocks strung up. We fell asleep surrounded by fireflies and in the morning my son ran the horse trails for hours. We loved hanging out with the horses and there was a very small donkey that is my son's new best friend.
When we arrived the host briefly greeted us and passed us off to his assistant (roommate?), who proceeded to invite us to sit on the back of an unkempt, and admittedly unreliable ATV. We were then driven through an electric fence, the broken handle of which my partner was handed without any warning that it was hot. Then we were driven through through thorny patches to arrive, already full of scratches, to our site, which was not only ungroomed, but was littered with broken glass and horse droppings. While there was no fire pit, we were instructed that we could build a fire pit "as big as we want".
While it seems like they are trying to build a community and make a difference in their community, it seems that they have a long way to go, and some education on safety and accident prevention if they want to see an impact and run a successful business.
If we weren't in such a rush to pack up our car and find other sleeping arrangements, I would have taken better documentation with photos, but, unfortunately, I would not recommend this as a campsite as is.