I camped with friends at the Pegasus farm at the end of August for their yearly music festival. This is the 2nd time I've been to the festival but the first time I've camped. More than a working farm, Pegasus Farm is more like a valley garden vista.
You actually drive through a barn to get to the camping areas. We set up 3 larger tents and one small tent in their "pine tree forest." Bordering the edge of our site on one side were wildflowers (which were taller than me) blooming in bright purples and covered with butterflies. On the other edge was a creek and a massive cornfield.
The owners have planted fields of sunflowers and a public garden --the vegetables are available to campers. There's also 2 pretty little bath houses, one for ladies and one for gents, that are super clean with 4 shower & toilet stalls, colorful fans and walls.
In August, this area of WV is still cold at night. The temp fell below 50 one night so bring wool blankets and sweaters even in the summer. The whole place is very peaceful and dripping with flowers! You might also see a horse or hear the sounds of mandolin playing from the front porch of the residents. I'll definitely be back!!!!!!!!