Hike in or drive to your sight. Sight #5 is accessible with a 4x4. The farm is surrounded by thousands of acres of conservancy and preserve land. Enjoy nature at its finest!! Camp in a field of fire flies or a remote site surrounded by old growth trees and Mt laurel blossoms.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Humes Hill Farm in Connecticut.
The vibe at Humes Hill Farm
Places to see near Vernal Heights
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Peaceful and private
Hume's Hill Farm was a great campsite! It was exactly what I was looking for. It was easy access from the road and I was able to ride my motorcycle right to the site. It was a very private, secluded site. Addison was great! He met me when I arrived, showed me to the site and told me about the area. I would definitely recommend Hume's Hill Farm and would stay there again if I am planning a trip in that area.
Woods and silence
Great, private campsite away from everything. Spent a couple days just enjoying the solitude and reading in the woods. No cars going by, no annoying neighbor campers commenting on my gear, no 3am generator so some jerk can cool his RV; just peace and nature and stars.
Bring everything you need as the road in can be a bit rough. Parking at the beginning of the road is an option once you’ve unloaded at the site but might be far for multiple trips with heavy gear.
All in all this was exactly the getaway I needed to recharge.
Perfect spot in a glade
The camping site (#5) was perfect for us. Very natural setting. There’s a clearing big enough for a 4x4 but still total tree cover. Perfect for listening to evening animal sounds and feeling really immersed in nature. (Not a good spot for a stargazer.). We arrived on a night with passing showers forecast so Addison set up a fire in the fire pit, ready to light, and covered with plastic, with a bundle of firewood, also covered and dry, right nearby. It was the closest thing I can imagine to a push-button camp fire. The bundle of wood was $10 and totally worth not having to struggle with a damp fire start. We will plan on returning next time we’re passing through the area.