Berry Farm Orchard View

Lexington, Georgia



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Peaceful, tranquil campsite among thousands of berry trees on a Certified Naturally Grown berry and veggie farm.

Established in 2005, Buffalo Creek Berry Farm began as a vision of fresh fruit grown in a peaceful location for everyone to enjoy. Husband and wife team, Cameron and Laura, welcome you to come camp on their beautiful 23 acre berry farm nestled among pine trees and pasture. This campsite located about 30 min south of Athens and within 2 hours of Atlanta and Augusta. This tent site comes equipped with battery-powered lanterns, paper towels, a kitchen lighter, and toilet paper. Check out our extras for other items you may want to add on to your stay!


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