Sinclair's Mill is 23 acres of pristine woods and fields located on Lake Jackson near Manassas, Va. Secluded and private campsites located near the creek and the lake. Fishing, swimming, and hiking trails. Abundant birds and wildlife. Lakeside patio available for events or picnicking.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Sinclair's Mill in Virginia.
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Host Mr. Daniel was excellent and took the time to show us around the property and give us the history of the place. Communication was great we had a few hiccups scheduling but he worked with me and I am very thankful. Very gracious for Daniel to open up his property for all to share, lots of opportunity for great fishing here, family camping, swimming, exploring, picnic/grill out and just being out in nature in a relaxing environment. We look forward to returning and highly suggest visiting here to all. Thank you again Mr. Daniel
Fun and safe camp for the family
The Campsite was well kept and spacious for our 11 person party. Plenty of room for the kids to play around and enjoy the outdoors. Nice open space for any family to play sports or just enjoy each other’s company around the campfire at night. Easy access to the river to either swim or go on a kayak. Unfortunately we had to cut our camping trip short due to inclement weather. The owner Mr. Daniel was on top of things, he warn us about the weather and offered to give us a refund if we decided to leave early. Great camp overall.
Great private area and easy to find
Our group had a great weekend. Daniel was very accommodating in letting us reschedule to another weekend due to weather and he was there to give us a quick tour of the area before letting us pick our site and giving us privacy during our stay. Would definitely recommend!
Quiet little hideaway
The actual tent sites are secluded back in the trees which both are less than 50 yard walk from the field you can park in. The field itself is a blessing because you can hang out in the sun and do your thing and then head back into the campsite for shade and a fire. The river runs right along the property and you can hear boats going by, but totally not disruptive, kinda cool actually. Bring something to chop wood for a fire or bring your own wood if you can/are allowed. (Apologize for not fact checking if Dan is ok with you bringing in your own wood)
Dan was super nice and did nothing more than check in on us when we got there and that was that.
Top notch. Will visit again.