Covington, VA

Beaverdam Falls, The Travertine

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Gaze in wonder at ancient travertine rock formations that are rivaled only by the impressive nature of the waterfall. At "The Travertine, you are right next to the vast, picturesque rock formations and small caves that used to be waterfalls thousands of years ago. You are directly adjacent the trail leading to the Falls, right near the cave, & here you can get back to basics & unplug in your own fabulous rocky jungle with complete privacy!

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This is a Tentrr Backcountry Site
This site has been selected by our team and set up with the standard Tentrr kit.
This site is located within a state park and includes the standard Tentrr kit. Please see Site Guidelines below for more details.
Partner sites are privately owned sites that may have modern amenities located on the property.
Backcountry sites let you enjoy traditional camping on private land. You need to bring your own tent and supplies.
Site Highlights
  • Parking On-Site
  • 4 campers
  • Check in: 12:00
  • Check out: 11:30
  • Pet friendly
Overview

This site is for those that wish to camp in simpler terms. You can pitch your own tent, & create your own ephemeral site, and/or you can opt for the extras & enjoy what we provide, stressing less, & relaxing more! The Backcountry Plus option (a Tentrr Extra) includes a 4-6 person pop-up tent ready on arrival, flirepit with grill grate, fire extinguisher, matches/lighter, small set of firewood, a privacy tent with a loo & biodegradable waste bags, two LED lights, trash can with bag, & 5-gallons of fresh water. We also provide a table with two chairs. With this site, you are free to set up your own site anywhere within the vicinity of our provided site regardless of any extras you opt for in booking. We like to offer the value of a readymade site with the flexibility to customise your own with our extras, & to offer to guests the option to have to worry less by taking advantage of what we provide. You are in total control of your campsite, provided it's within the environs of our stablished site, you can bring all you want, or as little! We can advise in person should you have questions.

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Site Guidelines

Please visit our website: www.beaverdamfalls.com to review our map, waiver, & offerings. Please do not climb any of the Travertine-Marl rock formations around the Falls or in the basins around them; due to the lack of stone around the Falls, the mineral rock--under constant adaptation & change as with the water--it can be very brittle, unstable, & dangerous. Abide by the swimming rules as posted. We ask that you also do not damage any plants, carve your name into any trees, or carry any animals out with you! Bring good shoes for treading water: you'll want to LIVE in the creek! But, be careful, the mineral rocks are slippery and watch for the waterfall and creek ledge! No fires outside designated areas, & no foraging.

Beau
CampKeeper
From Melbourne, FL, I'm a teacher with my MA in French from UVA. After my study & teaching in Richmond & at UVA, I'm fortunate to now be in nature. I love being outdoors: managing our family lands in FL, VA, & WV. And, I spend much of my time at Beaverdam Falls--our private family property. But, really, we're just custodians! We share this land with campers & visitors through Tentrr & Airbnb, and for events, but our goal is maintaining our land as a private nature preserve, esp. for beavers!
Location
pin location image Near Covington, VA
Site Rules
Respect the land and tent as you would your own.
  • What you carry in, you must carry out!
  • Check campsite for trash or belongings.
  • Carefully pack up the pop-up tent (if you used it).
  • Clean out Tentrr CampBox (take your BBQ sauce!).
  • Place (empty) Tentrr Loo inside canvas tent.
  • Zip up all tent windows and doors (clasps, too).
  • Take garbage bag(s) to designated trash point (check with your Campkeeper).
  • Clean up after your dog.
  • Clean grill with brush after use.
Respect & Safety
  • Don't carve your name into anything.
  • Don't cut down trees.
  • Look out for poison ivy, poison oak and sumac.
  • Check yourself for ticks every 6 hours.
The minimum cleaning fee is $50 and will be charged for leaving a campsite a mess.
Cancellation

Plans change, Mother Nature may not cooperate. We get it.
Choose from different cancellation options at checkout, based on what works best for you and your trip planning.