Enjoy a relaxing stay at Native Farm! The campsite is hidden away in a beautiful laurel patch with Laurel Fork Creek running right through. Feel free to take a dip in the creek or try your hand at catching a trout! Take a peek towards the meadow to spot some BLM mustangs!
We are 20 minutes from the town of Floyd, where you can enjoy a delicious meal or catch some music at the famous Floyd Country store! Our site is also right off the Blue Ridge Parkway and a mile from Mabry Mill, where you can enjoy a homemade breakfast. We are also a five minute drive from the Floyd Fest Venue. The quaint town of Meadows of Dan is less than a five minute drive.
This spot is secluded and will give you all the privacy you need, it is a short walk from the parking spot.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict (30 Days)
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 18 months out Weeknight discount: 25% off
The vibe at Native Farm in the Meadows
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I am so glad that we chose to stay at this site. It was beyond our expectations and made for the perfect get away. We stayed 5 days, with a five year old. She was plenty entertained by the beautiful laurels (she loves climbing trees) and splashed in the river/creek (it's a big and beautiful creek). The trek in was not as difficult as we had imagined. We brought a lot of gear with us and it took several trips but it was well worth the extra work. We were in complete seclusion with an occasional visit from a couple of friendly dogs. It rained for half of our stay but we packed and prepared and were able to stay dry throughout the trip. Mabry Mill and a couple of neat stores are a few miles up and the road and are definitely worth a visit. I highly recommend camping at this site. Just be sure to bring water shoes to cross the creek.