We live on 13 acres outside the town of Floyd, just a few miles off the Blue Ridge Parkway. It's very quiet out here. A lovely place to sit and enjoy nature. The views from the property are beautiful and the pastures that surround us are a wonderful place to take a stroll.
There is a dump station at Chantilly farms camp ground, about 5 miles from us.
The WiFi is accessible near the house but very spotty further away.
Cell carriers in the area are Verizon and AT&T
Pets are welcome, but best to keep on leash.
We really like our quiet so would appreciate using a generator as little as possible.
Please always close gates when coming and going. Save the bovines!
We live off a half mile rocky bumpy driveway. We own a 17 ft single axle Lance trailer that gets up and down fine but please be aware that the road is bumpy. There are two cattle gates that you need to open and close each time you come and go as well, but the view and peace and quiet are well worth the bumps.
There is plenty of space to park a tow vehicle next to or around your trailer
We travel during the summer so often times we have low availability June, July and August
Floyd is famous for Friday Night Jamboree at the country store. A great place to hear blue grass music. We are right off the crooked road (for music enthusiasts). We are right off the B.R. Parkway and about 40 minutes from Virginia Tech. Go Hokies! Great hiking and site seeing, bird watching and history out here. The Spikenard bee sanctuary is just a few miles away and Floyd has a great Saturday market as well as wonderful shops owned by local artists.
Great couple near Floyd, VA, heart of bluegrass music country and near Blue Ridge Parkway. No hookups but they had shower available, as well as a send-off coffee and some Virginia peanuts. Wish I could've stayed longer.
We had a wonderful visit. The hosts were fun and very helpful. The bumpy drive up to their farm was very bumpy! Thanks for a memorable visit.
Was hard to leave these wonderful hosts. The place is a gorgeous farm, a mile hike from the Blue Ridge Parkway.