The SpacePlease read all for your enjoyment!
First things first: There is no running water or electricity on site, yet. Pretend you are going backwoods camping and definitely do not expect a typical apartment or house rental for this listing. Bring all of your own necessities please! The advantage of staying here is to keep it simple and also to save some money. Bring a book and a source of light. I haven't installed any ambient lighting except for tiki torches and some pathway solar lights.
What you'll need:
Cooking Supplies, such as a portable burner and fuel, plates and utensils.
Extra mattress or pads for tent, if using.
Firewood, if using fire pit.
Bug Spray, except in the winter.
For now, those sleeping in the cabin must do so on the lower level, the lofts are not ready for sleeping.
There are insects and spiders that live in the surrounding forest. I have never had a bad bite or reaction. Nature is good for you! Raccoons and deers visit also, but you'll hardly ever see or notice them.
For a restroom, there is a portable toilet in the gray tent. Please bring all of your essentials, and I will supply toilet paper and full size fresh towels, 1 per person per 3 days. There will be an outdoor solar shower if you want to try catching some sun and rinsing off outside.
The tiny cabin provided for should be respected and you can use it for whatever you want, and there is additional space for another tent if you have extra guests. There is also a second tent already set up for multipurpose use.
RV's are totally welcome, but still need to park in cul-de-sac until driveway is finished. It's best if the RV is self contained with fresh-water tank and generator for power and water.
This space is entirely outdoors on 1/3 acre, sloped but with flat areas for camping and socializing. Part of the area is a grassroots micro farm project that I'm working on, hopefully it isn't too much of an eyesore. I'm always clearing more of the land and developing the site.
The area is private and heavily wooded, but not far from main road and supplies, and also down the road from Tugaloo State Park! This spot helps if they've booked out their camping during the busy season! The Park has an excellent walking/nature trail and lots of other amenities like electric hookups, normal bathrooms, etc.
Keep your gear in your car and try not to leave food out for raccoons in the area.
Pack out whatever you bring in to the site, such as food containers, feminine products, and any other gear.
I like to supply a little bit of gear for your stay, such as firewood for the fire circle, toilet paper, and everything else mentioned or seen in this listing.
Lastly, remember this is the country, not the suburbs or the city. Guest AccessParking is roadside near the cul-de-sac, try to keep no more than 2 cars in the area. One RV and another car is OK also! Interaction with GuestsI might greet you upon arrival if I can, but most likely you can come and settle in by yourself.
Myself or my one neighbor may say hello at some point, but you'll be left alone mostly. I like to respect guests' privacy.
I can come by to help with anything if you ask, or I may have to come by to pick up or drop off something with my landscaping equipment nearby. If the stay is a week or longer, I will definitely come by to tidy things up a little, empty trash, etc. The NeighborhoodTugaloo State Park is nearby with lots of great stuff to do and all the amenities a person needs during the normal hours. Parking there is $5.00 per day but it's well worth it. Getting AroundThere is a main road very close by, and I85 is less than 10 minutes drive away. Other Things to NoteSome gardening and landscaping equipment is on the property which should be left undisturbed by guests.