Tucked away at the base of a huge meadow, under an ancient walnut tree, pitch your tent on the edge of a mature hardwood forest floodplain, with sweeping views of the valley, and enjoy the sounds of Craig's Creek flowing just behind you. Remote valley with limited cell service but access to myriad outdoor recreation opportunities, and only ~35 minutes to Roanoke, ~45 minutes
Tucked away at the base of a huge meadow, under an ancient walnut tree, pitch your tent on the edge of a mature hardwood forest floodplain, with sweeping views of the valley, and enjoy the sounds of Craig's Creek flowing just behind you. Remote valley with limited cell service but access to myriad outdoor recreation opportunities, and only ~35 minutes to Roanoke, ~45 minutes to Blacksburg.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 1PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
TONS of killer single-track MTB around the area, including some nice trails on our property. Very close to North Mountain trail...Read more
The site is right on Craig Creek, with lots of bluegills, etc. and some trout, or we're very close to a lot of really great tro...Read more
Tons of trails on our land, or a very short drive to access Appalachian Trail (less than a mile as the crow flies, two miles by...Read more
Tough to put in at our place unless water is very high, but there's a good put-in about 2 miles away where Craig Creek opens up...Read more
There are a couple decent sport, trad, and bouldering areas within a half hour.
We're blessed with a beautiful swimming hole, which gets to about 6 feet in depth, maybe a 3 minute walk from the campsite. We ...Read more
Pretty easy access to John's Creek, plenty of other creeking options when the water's high.
Natural features you'll find at Savage Acres: Walnut Bottom in Virginia.
A couple small openings on the property, or we can tell you where to access some bigger rooms in the area.
We're in a long valley, right at the base of small but steep mountain, with views of a much larger mountain opposite.
River, stream, or creek
The campsite is right along Craig Creek - you can hear the flowing water from your tent! The creek opens up into a gorgeous swi...Read more
We have a great big swimmin' hole at the base of a cliff. Gets to about 6 ft, depending on level. We can provide floats, tubes,...Read more
We operate a small hobby farm, and grow a fair amount of our own food without the use of pesticides/herbicides. Talk to us if y...Read more
The vibe at Savage Acres: Walnut Bottom
Places to see near Savage Acres: Camping on Craig
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
We had a great time a Savage Acres. The site was large and was private. Plenty of trails and very relaxing. Would stay again! The rain all week before didn't effect the site all that much, and we where still able to get out travel trailer to the site. Great time we will be back.
Great location for hikers
Super friendly and helpful hosts with a beautiful property. The site is nestled back in some trees and a creek running on the other side backing up to a national forest. You have plenty of privacy and uninterrupted views, little to no noise or light pollution. The sites have picnic tables and the hosts can provide trash/recycling receptacles and water if needed.
Walnut bottom bliss
Tucked in the corner of Ned's field, is a secluded spot beneath the Walnut tree. A short trail walk away, and you're dipping your toes in the crystal clear waters of Craig Creek. The evening display of fireflies was spectacular and the bonus of witnessing fireworks, summertime in Craig County is worth the trip. There is plenty of nearby hiking, we choose Dragon's Tooth, passing it on our way out of town. With well provided directions and an overview of activities to do in the area, we had a great visit!
This was our first hipcamp and the bar has been set high. We will definitely be back! Property is beautiful & the hosts were lovely. Ned's place is nearby several great hiking options. Our favorite part was the truly magical swimming hole where we also caught a few trout. The camping spot was shady and we appreciated the fire pit and picnic table.