Pitch your tent along the North River, enjoy the quiet and relax with nature. Stay on a small working farm. We have many primitive sites as well as camper hook ups. Full bathroom available. Nice quiet place to stay while you explore Hampshire county West Virginia. Canoeing, kayaking, hiking and biking all available close by. Swim in river or visit the local swimming hole that is walking distance.
If you are looking for a quiet area without crowds, this is the place.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
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We had an amazing time staying right along the river. Ralph's property is gorgeous and has plenty of room for exploring and a variety of activities to fuel your adventure. We spent the weekend camp cooking, kayaking, fishing, and exploring the trails along the river. We enjoyed eggs from Ralph's chickens on the property and he gave us some suggestions for local antique stores to visit. He even offered to take us to a kayak put-in spot up the river for a 2-hour float back to camp. The camp was very private, the closest neighbors were some friendly cows. We would definitely stay here again and will be recommending it to our friends and family.
Had a wonderful stay at Carp Cove Farm last weekend. Our host Ralph was super friendly and made sure we got settled into our very private, clean and secure campsite - next to a horse farm and right on the river bank. The site itself featured a picnic table, fire ring and potable water spigot only steps away. We did quite a bit of fishing, as well, steadily catching lots of sunfish, rock bass, small mouth bass and creek chub. All in all, it was a lovely experience.
Thank you, Ralph!
Carp Cove Farm was a great, private camping spot next to the gorgeous and serene North River! We had no one anywhere near us -- exactly what we wanted. Ralph, our host, met us when we arrived. He showed us the lay of the land, made sure we were comfortable, and even offered to lend us kayaks! The site is near some friendly horses, sheep, and other farm animals (the horses loved our carrots). Although we brought water, the site included a spigot, which was great. We fished, enjoyed the large fire pit and picnic table, and slept under a sea of stars. If you are looking for a quick and close-to-DC getaway that's quiet and peaceful, look no further.