Bernie's is open seven days a week and it's glamping at its best - full camp kitchen with propane grill, foam memory beds, park where you camp, warm outdoor shower. Far enough out in the country for a perfect getaway but close enough to stores, restaurants, historical sites (one of which is haunted!) and gas stations. Free use of kayaks, bikes and fishing gear. People are loving it! ***If you want a larger site, see my other listing:
This is the second camp site available at Come As You Are Camping. To see the other larger site, please see: . Bernie's Place is a bit smaller and cozier than the first, nestled in the trees with a view of the water but with a cabin tent as big as a tiny house! ;) Everything you need provided - a spacious tent, soft beds, nightstands, fully equipped camp kitchen, coolers, warm shower with towels and shampoo, camp chairs and a fire pit. There is a water spigot near the camp sites and a portapotty (serviced once a week, very clean) a short walk from the tents. Lanterns, headlamps provided.
Disponible para huéspedes
Park where you camp. There's one other tent on the property. Common areas for both tents are the outdoor shower, portapotty and fire pit (wood provided).
Atención a los huéspedes
Owner lives on-site - far enough away that we cannot hear each other but close enough to be on hand with anything needed.
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Thanks to lots of happy glampers, I'm proud to say I'm now a Superhost! I look forward to serving you with the same hard work and tending to your needs while you glamp at my place so that you, too, go home with fun memories, relaxed and recharged.
I'm pretty laid back but ****send a text**** when you're on your way with an ETA to ensure I'm home to let you onto the property. Thank you ahead of time!
Plenty of wildlife - deer, wild turkeys, owls, beavers, herons, rabbits, etc. While you camp you'll be behind an electric fence that keeps the bigger critters out.
My dogs are socialized to people but not to other dogs.
You can park where you camp but there is a small hill to walk down to the glampsite.
Just as with regular campgrounds, there is a short walk to the portapotty and shower.
Inside the tent, you'll find maps to the nearest restaurants, stores and recommended kayak trips.
Check out the Guidebook for a list of nearby stores, restaurants and Things to Do while you glamp.
- Weight limit on beds and kayaks is 300 lb. Any weight over 300 lb. damages beds and risk of flipping or sinking the kayaks. Guests weighing over 300 lb. must bring their own bed and, for safety reasons, cannot use kayaks but welcome to bring their own.
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I've been to Germany researching a book, Hawaii just for fun, Ireland to see if it really is as green as the pictures and Japan with the Air Force but none compare with my little piece of heaven on the water in Castalian Springs, TN. I'm a camper and avid kayaker and an ACA Certified Kayak Instructor; I've taught over 1,000 new paddlers over the past eight years ages 8-74 - what a thrill that so many are out enjoying the rivers and the outdoors! I'm a published author with articles in multiple newspapers and magazines and books: "Quiet Water Kayaking - A Beginner's Guide" and "Rudolf Virchow - Four Lives in One," and "Chicken Soup for the Soul - Dreams and the Unimaginable" published September 2017.
You are invited to share my little piece of heaven in the country on the water. After glamping at Come As You Are Camping, you'll feel pampered and leave refreshed. You are welcome to sign up for a kayak lesson at an additional charge; to RSVP go to Meetup and search for "Nashville Kayak Lessons." I host private lessons of no more than five per class.
No one at the end of their life, says, "I wish I'd watched more TV." My goal is to move folks from out behind TV's, away from keyboards; to disconnect from technology and connect with nature; be participants and not spectators. At the end of our lives, wouldn't it be great to feel like saying, "God, can I do it again?"