<3 Hello! Welcome to Sacred Nectar Sanctuary. Bordered by the White Mountain National Forest and land conservation, Sacred Nectar Sanctuary is cradled in the valley of the 4,020 ft. Whiteface Mountain. Our private camp sites each carry their own unique enchanting energy. Four of our sites have Mountain Views and are up the steep but smooth dirt road (AWD recommended but not
<3 Hello! Welcome to Sacred Nectar Sanctuary. Bordered by the White Mountain National Forest and land conservation, Sacred Nectar Sanctuary is cradled in the valley of the 4,020 ft. Whiteface Mountain. Our private camp sites each carry their own unique enchanting energy. Four of our sites have Mountain Views and are up the steep but smooth dirt road (AWD recommended but not necessary). The other three magical sites lay tucked in the mossy forests. We pride ourselves on providing a quiet nature submersed camping experience, loud groups are not acceptable here. We count on every individual to actively participate in being a mindful camper so that together we can create a future of camping that does not degrade the land we enjoy and provides a place of sanctitude. Enjoy our Blissful campsites as your base camp and easy access to all the White Mountains of New Hampshire have to offer. Looking to get off grid away from traditional campgrounds? Welcome to the New Earth.
RV's and Camping trailers are not allowed. Small 10ft teardrop trailers and sprinter vans are acceptable.
Note: Site #7 is now on it's own Hipcamp listing "Top of the Sanctuary site 7".
We are 30 minutes out from everything. Keep this in mind and stop for groceries and gas before you arrive.
Site #1 ~Is located in a shaded birch forest with a peeking view over the fields and some mountains. Lots of little trails surround this site that lead to a beaver pond and offers lots to explore away from other sites. This site contains room for 4 tent spots and about 4 cars. Not recommended for a trailer, tight maneuvering. Private hidden outhouse not far from the fire pit.
Site #2~ Has a wide open clearing as well as hidden sites among the birch trees with lots of shade. Good star gazing here and includes a large open space for lots of parking and room to turn around a trailer. There is lots of exploring space here as well for those who are looking to get as far away from the crowd as possible. You can fit 8 tents comfortably, possibly more. Private Outhouse as well.
Site #3~ lays on the edge of a beautiful pine forest and offers a great place to watch the stars around the fire. Very private site as well with room for 4 tents and plenty of parking. Outhouse on site.
Sites #4~ has unique mountain views on the property and includes a private outhouse. There is room for 4 tents as well and a space to turn a small trailer around. The road that passes slightly through this site leads to site 5 and 6. If you are towing a trailer you must have awd to get to sites 4-6 or you might not make it up. Most all 2wd vehicles will get up to these upper sites just fine.
Site #5~ is very large and open. It has plenty of shade and enough space for about 15 tents. A Fantastic view and big pines make this a favorite. Site 5 and 6 share an outhouse between the sites but are far enough away from each other (200ft through thick woods) that it keeps these sites quite private.
Site #6~ also has an incredible view over the Valley. A bit smaller than site 5 but still enough room for 6 tent spots and enough space to turn a small trailer around.
There are multiple trailheads just down the road with hikes for all abilities and the quiet, flat backroads make for a perfect family bike ride. Mt. Whiteface out the back door is a full day hike (8+ hours) with a trailhead and parking located just before site #7. This trail connects to the McCrillis Path and up the Blueberry Ledge Trail to the summit. Trail Maps are provided at the Check-In with a deposit.
We are 20 minutes from Lake Winnipesaukee, Squam Lake, and the very peaceful boat-free lake of Chocorua. Check out the Sandwich Creamery Ice cream shack down the old dirt road to get your sweet tooth fix. Well behaved dogs are welcome to run as free as can be! The neighbors friendly dogs might show up at your site and hang out with you as well. Do NOT feed the dogs or ANY other animals please, even if its cute! Bears, moose, porcupines, turkeys, and many other creatures call this home, so keeping your food in the car at night is recommended. Dragonfly Yoga Barn is right down the road and offers outdoor yoga classes. We have WiFi at the house/check-in if you need to use it. On 113A just before you turn onto Whiteface Intervale Rd there is a delicious natural spring on the side of the road for you to fill up your water jugs. We also have well water available at the house.
Our Camper Check-In in front of the house has firewood and all the information you need for local things to do in the area that you are free to browse through on your arrival. There is a campsite map at the check in and If you have any questions there is typically someone around.
Our rustic campsites include loads of space for activities, a fire pit and grill, table, stump seating, and wicked cool outhouses. If you are arriving in many cars there is plenty of space to leave cars at the house so you can carpool to the sites. Dry firewood is available at the house for $5 a bundle. We ask that you please do not peel the bark off of the living birch trees to start your fire. All of the sites have room for at least 5 tents and some up to 15. Tent spots may have gravel so bring good sleeping padding. We ask you leave your site cleaner than you found it. Every bit of clean up is very appreciated! :)
Our top priorities with our Hip Camp is keeping this land pristine and respected. Our mission to save our environment can only be accomplished with the active mindfulness of YOU! We are here to prove that people can change and that an alternative to traditional campgrounds can be an extremely magical benefit for the people and land.
As a courtesy to Mother Earth and fellow campers, please do not burn any trash other than paper products. We have garbage and recycling at the house that you are welcome to use. We ask that you stay mindful of how much trash you produce here.. Bring your bottles! We have some of the cleanest spring water you can find. Down the road you can fill your water containers up and avoid buying plastic!
Staying up late around the campfire is highly encouraged. Just keep it quiet for others. Please keep your speed down while driving on our quiet neighborhood road and on the property.
Our goal with Hipcamp is to provide a place for seekers of peace to gain a better relationship and appreciation with nature in a world that has forgotten the importance and connection we all have with the planet that sustains us. The Sanctuary land is holding space for the organic growth of regenerative community. You are the change we have been waiting for! Thanks for caring and being apart of the solution <3
Children under 3 are free!
Have a beautiful day! <3 SNS
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 91%
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Lots of hiking on property and in the region
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Lakes not on property but nearby, swimming hole right down the road, small pond on property
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Fantastic views, communicative and friendly hosts, abundant hiking trails nearby - everyone should experience this place. The first night, a campsite of younger folks near us was loudly partying after midnight. We chatted the next morning and they were lights out by 11PM following night. This isn't a negative aspect of the Hipcamp host or the campsite itself, just so much as a heads up and a reminder to future campers to establish a friendly line of communication and be respectful of other nearby sites.
This place destroyed me. I arrived feeling attached to the comforts of civilization and reluctantly stepping into the wild. Thinking "disconnected" meant turning off the wifi. No, disconnected means not being HERE. In the mountains, among the trees, feeling the sun, the rain, the wind, the cold night, the warm fire. Connected to nature.
The pictures are gorgeous, yet they do not even begin to show the beauty of this site. The price hints at some value yet is ridiculously low. The description sparks the imagination. But you have to be there to know.
What a beautiful location! We had site 5 which is very(!) large and has a lovely view of the mountains. Total privacy. We could hear our neighbors one site over from time to time, but thats just the way sound caries- the camp spots are a good distance apart. There's plenty of trails on the property and and other trails just down the road... really a great place! Our host was very hospitable, and i would love to go back next year!
We stayed at site 6 and were very pleased with the location and views! We were accompanied by a few strong storms, but were set up to manage it well. Took a walk on Mccillis path to the river. Colors were popping! Nick and others were very accommodating and easy to communicate with.