Located just 8 miles south of historic Berkeley Springs, West Virginia, your campsite at Quail Hollow Farm will have equal access to forest or open fields and orchards, within an easy hike to the 23,000 acre Sleepy Creek Mountain Wildlife Management Area.
- Check in: After 10AM
- Check out: Before 7PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 1 month out Weeknight discount: 25% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Quail Hollow Farm Campsites in West Virginia.
The vibe at Quail Hollow Farm Campsites
Places to see near Quail Hollow Farm LLC
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Not only is there acres and acres of land to choose where to camp, the owners are so sweet. We were showered in a great welcome and were able to visit their quail and pheasant homes and also Janine's garden and plant farm. It was super foggy when we visited but it made for a unique and colorful fall stay.
First thing you see is a pretty yellow farmhouse with a sign out front for Quail Hollow Farm, followed by Steve and his enthusiastic sporting dogs. The campsite was down a dirt road, but even though it was muddy in spots, the van had no problem making it through. It was secluded and completely private, no neighbors, buildings or roads in sight. A creek ran along one side and a ridge along the other. There was plenty of firewood to forage for along the tree line and Steve was kind enough to lend a lighter when it turned out mine preferred butane to lighter fluid. Dusk turned the sky a beautiful purple and the stars were amazing. The only sounds were water trickling along the creek, dogs and/or coyotes in the distance and an owl very close by. I might have heard half a dozen cars the entire time I was there and they were far away and out of sight. Steve reminded me it was hunting season, but only after 9am on Sundays. This was fine with me seeing as I had a date with a roman bath in Berkeley Springs. I highly recommend Quail Hollow Farm, immediately followed by an appointment at the Berkeley Springs State Park Mineral Spa. I’m planning a return visit to both as soon as possible.
Reasonable place to camp
If you’re looking for a private piece of land this place will work well. We stayed in the more secluded of the two spots but I wouldn’t have been happy camping at the other near the pond. A bit lackluster and in full sun (as was ours). The welcome was reasonable but basic questions like “do you have firewood available?” we’re luke warm with no additional info on places that might have some available. We met several folks who lived there and no one really introduced themselves properly. One guy was a bit gruff but overall ok. No other info was provided (nearest store, etc.), which would have been very helpful and part of a simple intro. We enjoyed the spot and managed to scrounge some wood and find more the next day, but it’s clear they don’t have a lot invested in hip camp. Nice spot to stay all in all, but we’ll likely look for another before running back.
Private, spacious, relaxing
Private campsite surrounded by apple trees! My dog loved the space to run. Watched the deer graze in the morning and listened the birds sing all evening. Great location with easy access to hiking trails.
We loved staying at Quail Hollow Farm!🤩 The site was private and there was plenty of room to roam around.😁 We forged our own wood, took a hike up the mountain⛰, and stared at the stars and moon at night!🌜🌟 My small dog got stung by a bumble bee and Jaanine provided us with benadryl because I didn't have any. It brought the swelling right down and we are very appreciative!! Thank you for allowing us to camp on your beautiful property!!😁✌
Jaanine was a great host and available whenever needed, especially when our friend's dog had an allergic reaction she was right there with some Benadryl. There was not a lot of shade but we came prepared since we read that already in some of the comments. I will say though even though it says it in the listing there is no garbage available on site, you must carry out what you carry in. It was also a working farm so there may be some noises early in the morning, one morning there was a tractor starting work as early as 6am. Its not so bad as long as you are heavy sleepers.