Carefree Acres
A Private Rural Community
 In Clarke County Virginia
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Carefree Acres is located in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of Clarke County Virginia near the Shenandoah River.

Our community is governed by the Carefree Acres Homeowner's Corporation who elects 7 board members and 4 officers each year.

The community consist of five miles of corporation maintained gravel roads. 

Horses are allowed in this equestrian friendly community and we also welcome chickens, goats, llamas and peacocks.

If what you see is life threatening, Call 911 or contact our local law enforcement at 540-955-1234

If you would like to report a non life-threatening incident or hazard in our community, please click here and submit a report to the corporation secretary.

Next Board Meeting
December 12 at 2 p.m.
Mt. Carmel Church
130 Mt. Carmel Road
(Route 606)
Carefree History Lesson
Did you know that in 1910 a one room school house was established in Wildcat Hollow? It was called Wildcat Academy. The mountain that we live on contains a wealth of history. Check out our History page.
For the safety of everyone, please observe the 15 mph speed limit in our community. You may report speeders using our "Incident Report."

Please ensure that CAHC has an accurate phone number, email address, and mailing address for you. Please send this to cahc_email@yahoo.com or 282 Carefree, Boyce, VA 22620. We have a few homeowners we don’t have updated info for.
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from the U.S. Department Of Energy, Health, Safety & Security
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This site was last updated on 10/17/2021