We are a working horse farm situated along Route 29 with rolling hills and a beautiful view of the Blue Ridge Mountains where you can escape the city and reconnect with nature. Pitch your tent in the pine trees along a trail or small creek and watch the wildlife pass you by. Sites are a 1-5 minute walk from access road, and you will have complete privacy. If the weather is
We are a working horse farm situated along Route 29 with rolling hills and a beautiful view of the Blue Ridge Mountains where you can escape the city and reconnect with nature. Pitch your tent in the pine trees along a trail or small creek and watch the wildlife pass you by. Sites are a 1-5 minute walk from access road, and you will have complete privacy. If the weather is dry you can drive right up to campsite. Hike, bike, or Bring your horses or ATVs to ride the trails crossing 20 acres. Build a campfire in the evening. If you are lucky enough to have a cloudless night, you can fall asleep under the stars, since we have no light pollution. In late May you will see plenty of lightning bugs. Year-round you will have peace and privacy.
Centrally located between Lynchburg and Charlottesville, there are several wineries, cideries, and breweries within 20 minutes of La La Land.
There are five campsites:
Creek Site 1: This is the largest site and sits at the start of a year round creek. Listen to the creek bubble out of the ground as you relax in the shade of large hardwood trees. Nice and cool in the summer with lots of shade--bring bug spray. This site is the closest tent site to the outhouse, water, and trash, which are about 130 yards away. It is also closest to farm animals, so you may hear, turkeys, chickens, and horses throughout the day. There is a fire pit right next to the creek, and parking for 2 vehicles and 2 tents.
Creek Site 2: Also right along the creek, this site is smaller, with room for 1 vehicle (4 wheel drive highly recommended) and 2 small tents. There is a fire pit and lots of shade under hardwood trees. About a 4 minute walk to the outhouse.
Campsite 3: This site is not along the creek, and is more in the open. If you prefer stargazing, this is the site for you. There is shade during the day, but enough open space for sky viewing at night. This is also the site where you will see more wildlife. It is the farthest from the outhouse, about a 7 minute walk. You will have complete privacy.
RV and group site 1: This site is in an open field right next to our horse barn, with a wonderful view of the mountains. RV and trailer campers have access to water and a 110 outlet for electricity. If you have a large family group with multiple tents, this is the site you want to book. That open field also means an expansive view of the stars at night. This site has a fire pit and is very close to the outhouse, as well.RV and group site 2: This site is at the far end of the open field beside the horse barn, with a wonderful view of the mountains and same expansive view of the stars at night. This site does not have water or electric hookups, great for independent RVs and camper trailers, and for large groups with multiple tents.
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
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Dirt roads suitable for mountain biking only. Trails criss cross 13 acres around campsite.
Trails cross throughout 20 acres. There is a 7 mile Rails to Trails trail 10 minutes away, also close to Appalachian Trail an...Read more
Bring your own horse with Coggins to camp with you, barn stalls available by prior arrangement for $20 per night.
Trails cross 20 acres. Dirt bikes and atv's are welcome on trails only
Deer, turkey, coyotes, hawks, owls, fox, snakes, and lots of smaller critters
Natural features you'll find at La La Land’s Coyote Creek in Virginia.
River, stream, or creek
A small year-round creek winds through property. Two campsites are creekside, 3 are not.
We raise horses, hay, and timber. Depending on the time of year there are babies to visit, or maybe catch a birth!
Driveway is gravel, 1/2 mile long
The vibe at La La Land’s Coyote Creek
Places to see near La La Land Farm
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Wonderful experience! recommended.
Wonderful first experience with hipcamp. Campsite was large enough for a large tent and our one vehicle. Site was cleared of brush and was very private. No road noise, other campers, or people driving in and out.
MUCH better than state parks or most other places I have stayed. Would go out of my way to camp here when traveling thru the area in the future.
Owner gave us a list of events in the area which was really nice! Ended up going to some in the area. Was friendly and respectful of our time.
This is an awesome place to camp. The host’s are very friendly and accommodating! Upon arrival we were taken on a tour of the property and shown the sites they have to choose from. Most of the sites are accessible by truck or suv but I wouldn’t take your average car. There is parking available near the barn if you’d like to walk a few min to camp. The sites are mostly private, much nicer than the state park campgrounds.
There is plenty of things to see and do both on the property and nearby. Allana provided a printout of information for nearby stores, restaurants and activities(there is a convenience store/gas just at the end of the long driveway with a bathroom that was very convenient) though we never ran out of things to do here. We brought our dirtbikes and 4wheelers to ride the trails around the property! The hosts 9 year old son was around to show us the trails and our 6 year old niece had a great time riding and playing with him. We were even lucky enough to see baby goats as well as a 2 week old horse. Up by the barn is a beautiful view of the surrounding mountains and a great place to watch the sunset.
Allana was an excellent host, very generous and kind. The land was beautiful with lots of fun trails to walk. We pitched our tent under a canopy of trees by a creek. We had a great stay and would absolutely recommend to friends. Thanks Allana for such a positive experience!
Great campsite. Allana met us when we arrived and gave us a tour of the grounds. We stayed in one of the 5 awesome sites Allana showed us. We had a cute creek alongside us, plenty of shade and trees to hang up a hammock, and lots of space to ourselves. They also have some of the cutest animals I’ve seen, including two gorgeous donkeys and a herd of small, playful goats. I cannot emphasize enough how amazing these animals were. The goats were like little snowballs, full of joy and fluff. They also have chickens, turkeys, and one majestic duck. If you want to get away for a night or two without much hassle, this is a perfect option. And this option has goats. We had a wonderful time, and hope to come back soon!
Allana was a great hostess! She showed us around the entire property and gave us the option of seeing all of the potential camp sites before we selected where we would stay. We had a great time!
My friends and I had a absolute blast. The property was very nice and we had no complications of any sort. The only thing I will say is despite using up almost 2 cans of bug spray and a thermacell I still ended up with around 12+ tick bites so be aware of that, but over all a wonderful experience
Quiet spot in the woods was perfect for our one-night getaway. As advertised. Clean portable restroom, beautiful views. Hosts were welcoming and also gave us plenty of space. You wouldn’t know there are others camping there.