Pitch your tent in the lower field along the tree line for a breath taking view of Peters Mountain. You are a 4 minute walk from the farmhouse. You will have a firepit and table to use. You will be secluded and can enjoy the forest on two sides or watch the diverse farm animals graze. Hiking on farm is welcome, and we are located near the Allegheny and Appalachian Trails. AContinue reading...
Pitch your tent in the lower field along the tree line for a breath taking view of Peters Mountain. You are a 4 minute walk from the farmhouse. You will have a firepit and table to use. You will be secluded and can enjoy the forest on two sides or watch the diverse farm animals graze. Hiking on farm is welcome, and we are located near the Allegheny and Appalachian Trails. A farm-to-table meal will be provided upon request for an additional fee.
- 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
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Fishing available nearby
We are close to the AT and Allegheny Trail
Available nearby: Greenbrier River, New River, Moncove Lake, etc.
Trails available on site.
Jump in the pond, or hit one of the area rivers.
Many area rivers
Natural features you'll find at Mountain Farm in West Virginia.
Various cave tours in area. Also professional spelunking opportunities in the area.
Almost in the Jefferson Nat'l Forest. Near multiple state forests as well as the Washington and Monogehelia Nat'l Forests.
Sweet Springs, WV is down the road. 70 degree spring year round.
Moncove Lake State Park is nearby.
River, stream or creek
Close to the Greenbrier and New Rivers
Take a dip in our spring fed pond.
Places to see near Gaea Farm
The vibe at Mountain Farm
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Gaea Farm is situated between two mountain ranges and spitting distance from there Appalachian Trail. Camp hosts Doug, April and their two boys were endlessly hospitable during our stay. Minutes after we arrived, Doug was offering us beers and giving us a tour of the land. After meeting all the animals and exploring their farmstead, we setup camp under bending branches near the bottom of their valley. Our toddler was quick to become friends with their boys and by the end of our stay, April and Doug, felt like long lost friends. The two farm-to-table meals featured many of the families homemade cheeses, farmstead produce and eggs fresh from their barn. They even made us ice cream! We can't wait to return in the future. I know the little one feels the same way. Make sure to take drive or bike ride north along 29/2. It's a perfect encapsulation of wild West Virginia.