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Historic Cullen Pippen Retreat: Farm Fresh Charm
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Tarboro, NC
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Max Rig Size
Up to 40 ft
Max Nights
1
Parking Spaces
4
Same Day Requests
No
About
As dawn breaks over the pastoral tranquility of eastern North Carolina, unveil an RV camping experience that transports you through the tendrils of time. Imagine rolling up your RV among the gentle embrace of a six-acre farm, where history whispers tales from the 1790s beneath the shade of fruit-laden trees. Welcome to a sanctuary where the heritage of two distinct eras meld into one, as a pair of homes from 1790 and 1810 unite to form a historic tableau set against a backdrop of towering trees lining the drive. This is not just a stopover; it's a journey through history, a tranquil retreat adorned with the bounty of nature. Beneath the expansive sky, your camping spot is flanked by the gentle rustlings of a pecan grove, the playful dance of muscadines, and the occasional soft clucking of chickens and ducks that call the property home. These feathered residents not only add charm to your visit but also provide fresh eggsa taste of farmhouse living. Infuse your mornings with the simple joy of fresh, seasonal baked goods that encapsulate the essence of farm-fresh goodness, crafted with eggs sourced right from the land. Here, RV camping merges with a touch of rural serenity amidst the historical riches of Tarboro, North Carolina. Relics of the past stand proudly as two barns and two historic cemeteries, where the legacy of the Pippen family is etched into the story of the land itself. Venture out to explore Tarboro, one of the United States' oldest towns, nestled just a stone's throw from Highway 64. At 72 miles from Raleigh and within a comfortable drive from Charlotte, this hidden gem reveals the charms of rural North Carolina. Nearby, the storied waters of the Pamlico River in Beaufort and the Rr Trestle offer day-trip delights that await the curious traveler. Whether you're seeking solace in the nostalgia of yesteryears or simply yearning for an RV camping spot enveloped in natural wonder and local flavors, this historic farm is a haven ready to welcome you with open arms and stories waiting to be discovered.
Opening hours
Monday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Suitability
Pets Welcome
Wifi
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Slideouts Allowed
Amenities
Farmers Market
Restaurant/Food
Birding & Wildlife Viewing
Farm/Garden/Nature Tour
Historical Exhibit
Items to Purchase
We have a small farm on our 6 acres in the country. Our hens and ducks lay eggs daily, which we offer for sale to our neighbors and guests. The birds are fed a diet of fresh vegetable scraps and high quality layer feed, as well as free ranging all day. We collect pecans by hand from our seven trees on the property during the fall, shell them and sell them by the pound. During the summer we have u pick muscadine grapes for sale by the pint. Dani is a baker by trade and always has fresh baked goods for sale for guests to enjoy during their stay and to take on their travels. *current seasonal items for purchase are as follows *Chicken eggs $5/dozen *Duck eggs $5/half dozen *Duck egg chocolate chip cookies $8/half dozen *seasonal muffins $10/assorted box of 4 (Inquire for daily flavors) I use the highest quality ingredients in the kitchen, organic and local when possible. I bake with care, and love sharing my passion for delicious treats with our guests. Please give me a small notice as to what you would like to purchase so I can make sure it’s freshly baked and boxed up for you to enjoy. For animal lovers who are traveling. Rob is a full time dog trainer who offers private lessons for clients on our property. If you have any interest in mini lessons for basic obedience or behavioral issues with your dog please feel free to inquire about our private mini lessons on the farm.
Parking & Arrival
If you are following gps to our location it will take you to our back driveway which leads to the back of our house. The easiest way to get to our main two pastures in the front of the house where you will be staying, is to turn into our driveway off of highway 111. If you are driving NE it will be on your right side. You will drive past a white cross and three chevron road signs, then see a long, tree lined driveway on the right. The easiest way to access the pastures is to drive up to the end of the gravel driveway and enter either pasture. Make yourself at home anywhere you like and enjoy our beautiful, quiet country skies.
Max Rig Size:
Up to 40 ft
Parking Spaces:
4
Parking Surface:
Grass
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