Set on a peaceful strawberry farm, this unique accommodation is located in the countryside of Clendenin, West Virginia, and can provide guests with a relaxing getaway to the forested foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Must hike 1/3 mile to site-trail not conducive to cars or campers. Hosts have a designated camp site with a fire ring but guests are welcome to explore th
Set on a peaceful strawberry farm, this unique accommodation is located in the countryside of Clendenin, West Virginia, and can provide guests with a relaxing getaway to the forested foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Must hike 1/3 mile to site-trail not conducive to cars or campers. Hosts have a designated camp site with a fire ring but guests are welcome to explore the woods and pick a location that is most comfortable for their stay. Only one family per night in our woods. A Full Breakfast is served in the dining room of the Farm House between 8 am and 9 am and is available during one's stay-just notify the Innkeeper upon arrival (there is an extra charge of $10 a person). Strawberries are in season May through early June. 10 minutes to Elk River for Fishing and Kayaking, 25 minutes from Charleston, WV attractions like Mountain Stage, Clay Center, Concerts, Capital Tours, and Cultural Center. 90 minutes from New River Bridge and Rafting.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- 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.
Natural features you'll find at Strawberry Farm Forested Camping- in West Virginia.
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We would recommend this cute farm to future campers! Angela, John, and family were super helpful and hospitable! The campsite set up is in fact 1/3 mile up the hill, so be prepared to hike. We wouldn't recommend driving up. The hill is steep with a narrow "road" going up. We were not prepared for hiking all our stuff up so we camped in the field behind the farmhouse, near the creek. Be careful going over the little bridge to get into the yard, we scraped the bottom of our loaded down Camry on it(coming&going). Our toddler really enjoyed playing with the children and the animals on the farm. Angela and John made a great breakfast! Asparagus Quiche, Berry Oatmeal Bake, 🥓, 🍉, OJ, &☕. We enjoyed our time on the farm and would do it again!
Country Road House and Berries sites are completely immersed in nature. The sights and sounds caused me to think back to early times. The climb up into the woods was well worth the sense of transcending the noise and distraction of the modern world.
Rise and shine, it's breakfast time
Angela was a wonderful ambassador, welcoming us to West Virginia and her farm. She's a phenomenal cook, so don't skip breakfast!
We spent the nights star gazing and watching the bats swoop overhead, and woke up to an all natural rooster alarm clock. What a fantastic experience.
Thank you so much Angela!
Angela confirmed quickly & sent messages with directions and her husband John, was very kind, bringing coffee to the dining hall in morning! Great site & wonderful farm with amenities for camping or bed & breakfast, great wooded area.
Prime camping spot
Warm hospitality and an amazing camping spot. I've done a lot of camping, but this place is 10/10 prime. Birds chirping, streams flowing, wildflowers, black skies; you seldom even hear cars. Nice and private, but the hosts are there if you need them. It doesn't get much better than this!
Angela and her family are very hospitable and welcoming! The campsite on their property is quite the uphill hike, as mentioned - be prepared to be comfortable carrying your things up! The site itself is off of the main walkway up. It provides an area to pitch a tent as well as a metal fire ring with an attached grill grate. You are definitely secluded, but close enough to the base of their property which is nice! Also, definitely a plus to hit this site during strawberry season 🍓
Angela and her family are super kind folks, and we enjoyed our camping even though we got pretty soaked. Directions to their place were accurate, and they have the sweetest family farm, so peaceful. The climb to the site is serious so consider wants/needs when preparing. They gave us some dry firewood also which was super helpful given the weather.
Super cute location— we drove over the little bridge onto the property and saw some hens and ducks! V West Virginia, loved it. The old farmhouse looked cool but we didn’t go inside. We started hiking up the hill to the campsite, but it was STEEP. Much steeper than we expected! It’s especially steep for a car camping situation. If you can pack it all in a backpack, the hike up would be easier. We were not prepared, so we camped in the way back on the grass. It was nice having access to an outhouse on the property, stocked with purell. I felt very safe :) no mosquitos, no bears. We heard cayotes at 4am but that was it.