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Crooked Creek Hollow Farm

9 sites · Lodging, Tents85 acres · Richmond, NH
We are a small southern New Hampshire farm nestled away in Richmond, specializing in forest-fed pork and free range poultry. We take pride in our commitment to raise wholesome, nutritious food for our community and neighbors while protecting and nurturing the land we call home. We strive to create a beautiful and diverse farm environment, and have fun doing it. We are the stewards of an 85 acre farm which is mostly covered by forest with some pasture and several running brooks. The pigs are rotated through movable paddocks which allows them to be pigs. We have a ton of wildlife on the property. We have a ton of wild turkey, deer, moose, fox, mink, beaver, raccoon, porcupine, and the occasional bear. If you bring your dog, please be aware of the wildlife and other dogs. During certain season there are wild currants, blackberries, raspberries, blueberries, mountain sorrel and more. Please enjoy. ***We currently do not have any animals (except our dogs) on the farm this season as we are concentrating on a few other things at the moment.***
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SnugLife Camping

2 sites · Lodging, Tents52 acres · Wilton, NH
Keith & I are happy to share our 52-acre slice of paradise with campers and fellow dog-enthusiasts. Come enjoy the Souhegan River, the woods and the myriad activities that southern NH has to offer. We're only 65 miles from Boston, but feel like you've left the world behind... Find us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram: @snuglifecamping  - because... The snuggle is real...
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Camp chickweed

1 site · Tent2 acres · Pittsfield, NH
I recently bought this place to realize my dream of owning land and sharing it with like-minded people. I have fallen madly in love with it already and I’m just getting started! I have cleared space for a great campsite to maintain privacy and river access for all. Looking forward to you falling in love with it too!
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Secluded spot in nature

4 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents1 acre · Worcester, MA
We have a lovely site to camp right in the city. It is secluded and surrounded by nature. But still close to all the conveniences Worcester has to offer. We have a fun yard with an in-ground trampoline and zip line. The heated pool is available until late October. Pool must be reserved and requires a small fee.
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Rehovot Glen

2 sites · Tents11 acres · Southbridge Town, MA
Rehovot Glen is an 11 acre property that consists of a group of small valleys, or glens, that flow down from the rear of the property to the brook that runs along it’s length; the brook flows over a set of small falls before dividing and flowing into wetlands. The setting allows for many camping spots while maintaining a sense of privacy. Located close to the start line for the PMC, and a short distance from the Mid State Trail and other hiking and biking trails, as well as state parks and recreation areas for fishing swimming and boating.
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Seclusion at Sunder Falls

2 sites · Tents2 acres · Keene, NH
After moving here in late 2017, I knew I found a place that I wanted to share with others. This is the manifestation of that desire, and I hope you’ll love it as much as I do! If you think you’d enjoy camping with panoramic privacy and a small private waterfall, Camp Sunder falls couldn’t be more perfect. This brand new campsite is only a few hundred feet from the house along a mulched path, yet feels as though you’ve stepped into a storybook. There is a second secluded camping area in the forest here called Camp Boulderwood, which is very beautiful, and has a 10x16 tenting area, but has no waterfall. We are located at the very edge of the small city of Keene, New Hampshire, yet nestled in 368 acres of continuous protected forest. When you book Camp SUNDER FALLS (Site 1) it includes two tenting areas. Both can accommodate tents of about 7x8’ comfortably, with one being about 20’ from the falls, and the other close by, nestled in gigantic boulders, and adjacent to some baby falls, with a dish-washing area with potable water. The fire area is about a minute walk uphill, and has seating for 5, as well as about 10 tiki torches to help keep the bugs at bay. Fuel is available for purchase. Enjoy a glampish rain and bug-free experience 15 feet from Sunder Falls in a PROVIDED 9x9’ bug tent! Mood lighting and a petite picnic table with comfortable chairs complete this serene setting. REMOVABLE Wind/rain panels offer additional protection from the elements, should inclement weather occur. An outhouse is available for use, with a sawdust “flush”. Camp BOULDERWOOD, (Forested site 2) has a partially sunny 10x16’ tent site about a 1/5 mile trek into the forest, with a fire pit, chairs, water for drinking/dishes, bathroom, and tiki torches, and nothing but forest all around you. You will have access to almost a mile of private meandering paths leading through quintessential New England landscape. Enjoy a walking meditation alongside a rocky stream before ascending to the edge of an evergreen forest. See if you can spot the trail-side jumbo quartz embedded in the earth. You’ll find a trailhead to Robinhood park 1/4 mile from the house, which connects to a 4+ mile trail network. Robinhood has a lovely pond, picnic areas, tennis, and a playground. Across the street from this trailhead is an entrance to the Northfield cemetery. This 78 acre sanctuary includes many acres of protected wetlands, ancient trees, the best sunsets in town, and lovely streams. Tour the town’s murals, hike up Mt. Monadnock or explore Pisgah State Park. Dine at one of dozens of restaurants, catch a movie, throw some axes at The Keene Axe House, and retreat back to your home-base with a cozy campfire. Firewood can be provided for a fee, but it isn’t necessary if you don’t mind gathering it up for free SOME LOCAL HIKING & RECREATIONAL OPTIONS * Robinhood Park: 1 mile away, 3 minute drive to the main entrance. (Description above) * Beaver Brook Falls : 1 mile away, 4 minute drive. Lovely paved trail that runs parallel to Beaver Brook. The gently sloping .75 mile trail ends at Beaver Brook Falls, which can be viewed from above, or if a base-view is desired, a short downhill scramble is worth the additional view. * Drummer hill conservation area: 1.5 miles away, 5 min drive. Over 30 miles of hiking/technical mountain biking (mostly expert level) * Greater goose pond: 3.7 miles, 8 min drive. Lovely 2 mile loop circumnavigating Goose Pond, connects to Drummer Hill’s 18 mile network * Otter brook: 4.3 miles, 9 min drive. This 1300 acre park is known widely for its free 18-hole Frisbee golf course. Dozens of picnic tables and grills line the edge of the brook itself, adjacent to grassy fields perfect for throwing a frisbee around. Otter brook also has a beach with a small swimming area. Kayaking is also permitted. * Horatio Colony Nature Preserve: 5 miles, 13 min drive. Lovely area with a bit of uphill hiking, potential for about 3 miles of hiking with a view. * Surry mtn lake/beach: 6.5 miles, 14 mi drive. Swimming/kayaking; It’s always quiet and peaceful. * Chesterfield Gorge: 11miles, 17 min drive. Simply Gorgeous! :) * Gap Mountain: 13 miles away, 25 minute drive. Popular, 4 mile round-trip 600 ft elevation gain to get a spectacular view of Mt. Monadnock. * Spofford Lake: 14 miles, 19 min drive. Kayaking/fishing * Mt Monadnock State Park, Dublin trailhead: 14 miles, 24 min drive. Highest point for 30 miles, 6,000 acre preserve with 36 miles of hiking trails. 1800ft elevation gain * Pisgah State Park & Kilburn pond: 18 miles away, 25 min drive. New Hampshire’s largest state park with 13,300 acres, and 62 miles of trails. Kilburn pond is a popular place to swim, with its outcroppings of warm boulders, and many easily accessible trails. GROCERY STORES: Monadnock Food Co-op is 2 miles away. Aldi and Hannaford are each just 2.3 miles away. There is also a farmer’s market downtown every Saturday 9-1. CAFES within 2 miles: Prime Roast, Brewbakers (Live music on Thursdays) Terra Nova coffee roasters, as well as Dunkin’ and Starbucks. RESTAURANTS within 3 miles: The Works Cafe (think designer salads), Thai Garden, Koto Japanese steakhouse, as well as Tokyo Express; for Mexican there’s Margaritas and Mi Jalisco. Other options include: Stage (best brunch in town), Lucas Mediterranean Cafe, Local Burger, Machina Arts kitchen and artbar (performance art bar, and gallery), Elm city brewing company, Phonky Noodle, Thirsty owl, Country Life vegetarian restaurant, Yolo Cafe, Lab’n lager… Too many to name, just about anything you can think of, including all the fast food chains such as Chipotle, D’Angelo’s, Wendy’s, Subway, KFC, Burger King, etc.
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Looking for a camping adventure near Ayer, Massachusetts? Look no further than Hipcamp! With over 825 options available, you'll find the perfect accommodation to suit your preferences. Whether you're a fan of paddling, biking, or snow sports, there's something for everyone. Plus, you can enjoy popular amenities such as potable water, campfires, and toilets. Need some recommendations? Check out the top campsites with rave reviews: Sacred Nectar Sanctuary (578 reviews), Timbertrail Farm (257 reviews), and Wyomanock Farm (215 reviews). With an average price per night of $49 and options as low as $13, you'll be able to plan an amazing camping trip without breaking the bank.

Looking for a camping adventure near Ayer, Massachusetts? Look no further than Hipcamp! With over 825 options available, you'll find the perfect accommodation to suit your preferences. Whether you're a fan of paddling, biking, or snow sports, there's something for everyone. Plus, you can enjoy popular amenities such as potable water, campfires, and toilets. Need some recommendations? Check out the top campsites with rave reviews: Sacred Nectar Sanctuary (578 reviews), Timbertrail Farm (257 reviews), and Wyomanock Farm (215 reviews). With an average price per night of $49 and options as low as $13, you'll be able to plan an amazing camping trip without breaking the bank.

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