Glamping near Lincoln with horseback riding

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Burke Line Farm

5 sites · Lodging, Tents148 acres · Burke, VT
Burke Line Farm is located in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont.  We are a working horse farm. Lessons and trail rides are offered Mondays-Wednesdays.  Along with the horses we have sheep and lambs for market and wool.  Our land is relatively flat with many trails for riding or walking.  A short drive will bring you to Willoughby Lake, Kingdom Trails, and Burke Mt.
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Willoughby Farm Animal Rescue

9 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents107 acres · Fairlee, VT
We are a 107-acre forest and farm animal rescue. Sleep with the sheep, alpacas, donkeys, potbellied pigs, and rabbits when you pitch your tent or park your camper on our Vermont Farm! Reserve the group site and sleep in the middle of the action! (You do not need a "group" to reserve the group site -- it is just our biggest site and can accommodate groups!). Co-located in the open, grassy area with the free-roaming farm rescues is our RV site. Co-located sites share a community fire ring, so it's a great way to meet and make new friends! Don't have a tent or RV? Spend a magical night in "The Greenhouse" (it's a real, working greenhouse that doubles as accommodations for those looking for a more "glamping" experience). Want a little privacy? Reserve one of our two tricked-out Tent Deck sites (Buddha North and Grandmother Pine), each with its own picnic table, private fire ring, and commercial-grade park grill. Nestled discretely in the forest adjacent to the area where the animals are, you will feel like you are in the middle of nowhere even though you are less than a 5-minute walk from your car! Looking for something a bit more remote and spectacular? Hike a half-mile to the Big Sky Tent Deck. An incredible vista awaits you for a little effort! Need gear? We have it for rent, from cast iron grill baskets and griddles to make cooking over a charcoal grill or fire a breeze to tents to 1- and 2- burner propane stoves to tarps to water containers. We even have an Anker Portable Power Station and Portable Kerosene Heater for rent! Need Supplies? Charcoal? Propane? We've got it. ----- We are a small non-profit (501c3). When you stay with us, rent equipment from us, or take a tour with us, 100% of the money you pay goes directly for the care and feeding of the rescue animals. Thanks for supporting us in making a difference in the lives of neglected, abused, and abandoned farm animals! ----- CAMP FOR FREE WEEKEND SEPT 20-21 2024 Come for the weekend and make a difference in the lives of Rescues. Spend the weekend helping us prep for Winter, maintaining and building fencing, planting daffodils, clearing brush, pitchforking manure (important and necessary work), hoof trimming, painting, and everything in between. Watch the sunset from the Big Sky Tent Deck on the Equinox. Sit around campfires with new friends. Eat great food -- we'll make you dinner each evening! Just (1) message us that you are interested and (2) sign up on the event page on our Facebook profile. ----- CHECK-IN TIME: 3:00 p.m.—7:00 p.m. Please arrive within this time window. If absolutely necessary, you may purchase a check-in extension for $15 in advance or $30 on arrival.
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Green Mountain Glamping

2 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents7 acres · West Burke, VT
Experience all that the northeast kingdom of Vermont has to offer while staying in our cozy 16-foot bell tent! Nestled among the pines, our tent site features comfortable beds, pillows, linens, towels, a picnic table, smokeless fire pit, private outhouse and more! Ride the Kingdom Trails right from the site! This is a private site on our property. You'll drive past our home, garage, and garden to get to the site and you'll be able to see our buildings from the site. We have a very large English Mastiff and some hens. Both are contained in our fenced in yard. Eggs can be purchased upon request. We also have a small pump track if you need to get warmed up before your ride, and a simple bike wash station ready to go when you get back! Lots of wildlife inhabit our area of Vermont! During your stay you're likely to see whitetail deer, squirrels and chippies, rabbits, and hawks. There's a chance you may see a fox, black bear, moose or even a bobcat! We ask that food is secured in your vehicle and not brought into the tent, for your own safety! We do have a basket of safety equipment in the tent. The basket contains bug spray, bear horn, simple first-aid kit, fire extinguisher, and a flash light.
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Browns Ridge Family Farm!

5 sites · Lodging, Tents40 acres · Ossipee, NH
We are one of the first farms in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire and was originally the first stage coach stop for the area. Our house built in 1750s and at one point had hundreds of acres passed down which were passed down from a kings grant The original area was named after the original settlers, the Browns. Our house was also tavern in the beginning. This property has only passed hands through 4 families and remained with the Browns for most of its life. It has stayed as a farm for most of its tenure. We own 40 acres of pasture and woods and would love for you to come stay!
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Verbena Vista, the Druid cottage

3 sites · Lodging70 acres · Worcester, VT
Welcome to Verbena Vista, the Druid cottage at Dreamland! Verbena Vista is: ~a tiny guest cottage committed to sustainable, simple living. ~off grid, unplumbed, solar powered and uses only natural cleaning products. ~secluded, quiet, immersed in many acres of forest with meandering brooks, pond, trails, sacred well, stone circle and labyrinth. ~Less than 10 miles from Montpelier, the state capitol; a charming small city. 2 miles to farm store and general store/gas station. Unplug, slow down, and sink in to retreat on sacred land.10 x 20’ cozy, bright cottage. Off grid with small solar system.Unplumbed- Tank systems for sink and shower. Compost bucket toilet. Double sized bed and single pull out couch. Please bring your own linens! Propane cook top and heat. Unplugged- No wifi. Limited cell reception. Quaint front porch with rocking chair and awesome vista of gardens, pond, stars, hills; Winter access involves a short walk up a packed snow trail. Cargo sled provided. Kindly observe quiet hours: 10:00 pm – 7:00 am. After 10:00 pm is quiet time. Remove your own trash when you depart. You may leave clean recyclables and compost in appropriate bins. No driving above the yurt parking area please.. If you swim in the pond, clothing is optional. Please do not use any soaps or shampoo in pond. No smoking or vaping inside. Firewood for sale, $5 for an armload. Please inquire for more info and leave $ in basket in yurt. Please use fire pit in front of cottage, not in stone circle. No cutting or defacing trees for fires. Please be respectful to our site and to the environment by keeping things tidy and low impact. Trail walking- You are welcome to walk and explore the trails and dirt roads around here. They are not marked so leave a trail of breadcrumbs if you are not good at navigation! Feel welcomed to use our temple spaces for solo or respectful group connection quiet time. Please no drinking or smoking in these spaces. If you stay includes a Wednesday in the warmer months, there may be an Ecstatic Dance in the stone circle from 7-9pm. You are welcome to join us! Welcome LGBTQIA and BIPOC!
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Good Night Moon Vintage

5 sites · Lodging12 acres · Hartland, VT
Looking for a warm and cozy space?  Our vintage trailers are just the spot!  Our property is heavily wooded and late spring through fall are great times to enjoy the outdoors.  Many towns in Vermont had “poor farms” back in the day to deal with paupers, vagrants, debtors, widows, elderly and a host of others. Usually these farms were maintained by each town and residents were expected to contribute in some way. We understand that Hartland’s Poor Farm may have been up our road near our property. The Poor Farm system fell out of use with the advent of Social Security in the 1950’s. Our 12+ acres are beautifully wooded with our pond as the central point of interest. Original stone walls surround the property and wildlife abounds. Camping with a trailer is a fun experience for the adventurous.  While we do not have an enclosed kitchen, we provide an outdoor 3 burner propane grill, BBQ grill and smoker, a shared refrigerator, pans, utensils, olive oil, and dishwashing area, table and chairs.  We do want to emphasize that you are camping...this outdoor structure is not pristine.  We have a roof over the side of a container with electric, refrigerator.  It is NOT a kitchen, there are dirt and plywood floors and the occasional chipmunks and skunk visiting at night.  The trailers are not “perfect” but none of us will be at 73 and 64 years old!! :)  Bring anything else that you want to add for your own comfort, such as a cooler and ice.  We suggest bringing flashlights and rain gear.  There are many choices for dining in our area if you prefer to eat out.  Our Curtis Wright is 74 years old and the El Rey is 65.  Please expect some vintage aspects, such as door handles, screens, windows, awnings etc. that function according to their age and we will be upgrading them periodically.  These are not new modern trailers and we think that adds to the appeal! However they are clean and cozy! Your trailer is down by the pond, with  the composting outhouse, stove and BBQ grill.  Our sweet wildlife pond is pristine, spring fed, and has an abundance of wildlife in and around it.  You may even see the barred owls hunting for frogs at night.  Both trailers are pondside, the El Rey is across from the Curtis Wright.  Swimming is allowed, Please read the house rules regarding rinsing off prior to swimming and refraining from getting suntan oil etc. in the pond. We rent either the 1955 El Rey or our 1947 Curtis Wright Airstream.  Nights can be chilly so be prepared with warm clothes.  Please be aware of weather conditions as rain can impact your camping!  That’s part of what makes it so fun to be inside a trailer instead of in a tent on the ground!  However mud can be part of your experience outside the trailer. You are welcome to build a fire in the fire pit and toast marshmallows or grill.... Kindling is available as fallen branches however for larger wood, please purchase locally for whatever you intend to use, or order from us.  We do ask that you start your fire the old fashioned way and do NOT use gas, diesel etc. which will leech into the pond and harm our wildlife.  We usually have wood on site for sale, advance request is much appreciated and please pay upon arrival with cash, $10 per ample sized bundle and $15 for a bag of charcoal. Our wonderful resident bats do a great job at night clearing insects!  Sit out by the pond and watch them arrive at dusk!   Our Phoebe Flycatchers build their mud nests all over the property and have 2 baby bird hatchings usually by mid-summer.  They help keep insects down as well.  If it’s a clear night, the stars are usually amazing in the sky over the pond. We live up in the house and are available to you as much as you’d like!  We prefer that you do contact us with your needs to ensure a great experience.  For showers, guests can make the 5.7 mile drive down to Quechee State Park and pay a $4 day fee to use the solar showers which take quarters.  The park closes October 17th this year.  If you reserve after that date there will not be showers available. Our place is close to Woodstock and Quechee VT. You’ll love us if you enjoy a natural setting on a mountain. We are best for couples and solo adventurers. It is a rustic environment with a great wildlife pond and woods surrounded by old stone walls. Get out and explore the area and come home at night to the cozy vintage trailer. Our 1955 El Rey OR our 1947 Curtis Wright Airstream are this season’s rentals, a cozy 20 feet in length. If one is rented we will give you the other trailer as available. The beds are somewhere between a full and queen, we provide fresh linens, pillows, blankets. There are closets and a front table and seating area, adirondack chairs outside with umbrellas. We have seating around the larger fire pit. The El Rey has its own smaller private fire pit and a small grill.  You may cook on a 3 burner propane stove in our outdoor cook station and each trailer has a charcoal grill..  You will need charcoal.  We have firewood and charcoal for sale onsite with 24 hour advance notice.   Included in your stay is olive oil, salt and pepper, organic tea bar, electric kettle, complimentary coffee and cream. We have our well water available. We also have basic dishes, silverware and pots and pans for use. The communal camp cookware has been used over high gas flames so if Uber cleanliness is your thing...you may want to bring your own.  For chilly nights we have a small electric heater in the camper closet and extra blankets. There is a fan for when it’s warmer. Our composting toilet is inside a small barn structure with towels, bug repellent, cleaning supplies. For showers, head down to Quechee State Park and for a $4.00 entrance fee, use their solar showers which take quarters. PLEASE NOTE- you do not have our property to yourselves. We live onsite and on any given night, both trailers can be rented. They are across the pond from each other. The cook station and composting toilet are communally used. We do give our guests privacy but we are available to assist with needs by phone, or if you see us on the property. We will close camp in October and re-open each May.  IMPORTANT-PLEASE PLAN TO CHECK IN BETWEEN 3 and 6:30 pm. We understand that you may wish to arrive later at the end of your day, but this is not a location where we can accommodate arrivals after dark. We need to show you the nuances of the trailers, cook station, composting outhouse and property. After checking in, you can head back out for dinner, shopping etc. as we are a mere 5 miles from Quechee. We further request that you communicate your arrival time no later that early the day of so that we can greet you. We plan our day around your arrival and ask that you respect our time as well. NEW- we now charge a “cash only exact change” late arrival fee of $25.00 if you are past check in time. Unfortunately we are experiencing too many guests who choose to arrive well after dark, which impacts our availability to provide you the best check in service and interrupts our evening late into the night. Please communicate with us early in the day if you experience hardship regarding arrival time and we can discuss options.   Any photography done with our property must be for personal use only and not professional use nor intended for publication. You must have advance (prior to arrival) permission for professional photography which will also require a contract for fees and terms. We also must restrict the use of our property to registered guests only, not your friends. We also require that you read our house manual in the trailers to commit to requirements such as no smoking or open flame in trailers, use of pond, etc. All guests swim and hike our property at their own risk.  We ask that you only swim during daylight hours.  We are NOT a clothing optional space. Please respect all guests by swimming in appropriate clothing.  Thank you.  We reserve the right to refuse service.
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Private Forest with a View!

1 site · Lodging10 acres · New London, NH
Learn more about this land: Promo!!!! I have created a deal for week long stays. This is a the promo code to use when paying. CFY2T7NK Extras!!!! Please ask me about extra services I provide such as catering, a equine experience or anything else you might need. Come glamp/camp in one of New Hampshire’s only Lotus Belle Star Gazer tents. Set up on the top of our land at New Morning North Farm. You will have your own driveway all the way up to a view in the middle of the woods. There are trails right from your site! We have a small farm with a friendly mule and horse that stay close to the site. Our beautiful tent is currently fully furnished with 2 twin size futons and 2 queen size futons. The futons are stackable to make more room during the day but can be spread out for comfortable sleeping for everyone. There is also a shelf with useful books and a light. A chest full of extra blankets and a couple chairs. Note- Each futon has a washable cover that is cleaned between visits and there are extra pillows and blankets provided but you should bring your own bedding to make sure you are as comfortable as you can be. If you're traveling by plane and don't have your bedding let me know and I will see what I else I can provide. There's a rustic yet clean compostable toilet with compostable toilet paper, hand sanitizer, a water dispenser and a fresh towel for cleaning but there is no shower. There are plenty of beautiful lakes and rivers around to swim in though! There's also a very affordable gym with showers at nearby Colby Sawyer College. There's a fire pit with wood included but this is still camping and you are encourages to find kindling and bring some newspaper to get it going. I will let you know if there are any fire restrictions. Outside the tent we also have a table and chairs and seats around the fire. There is a water dispenser for drinking water on the table and a small charcoal grill. I can refill water as needed. We have a tree house and playground for the kids (sorry the zipline is down right now because we had a huge tree fall over the winter). We are hoping to get it back up soon. Kids love it here! They get the pat the horses and play on the natural playground. If we are around, you're welcome to come help feed the horses and chickens and catch frogs in the pond. Just text me. We also now have two huge domesticated ducks that hang out on the pond. The farm dog Hector does his job every morning and runs around the property checking things out. If he happens to come up to the camp don't be alarmed. He is loud yet friendly. We have a general rule of no dogs but sometimes dogs are okay. Please reach out. We are only a few miles from famous Grafton Pond and very close to Cole Pond, Kolelemook Lake, Little Lake Sunapee, Pleasant Lake, Lake Sunapee, Mascoma Lake and the list goes on! Only 10 minutes to New London for shopping and dining. Tons of hiking close by too! Shaker Village in Enfield is very close and Hanover and Lebanon are about half an hour away. I quick drive from Boston can take just over an hour without traffic.
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Mountain View Gardens & Apiary

1 site · Lodging2 acres · Bethlehem, NH
Welcome to Mountain View Gardens & Apiary, nestled in the heart of the White Mountains of northern New Hampshire. Just minutes from the Appalachian Trail, our site boasts a spectacular view of Franconia Notch in the Presidential Mountains. Our 14’ yurt is cozily nestled into the forested section of our 2-acre property.
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Sparrows Nest Campground

1 site · Lodging38 acres · West Topsham, VT
This private cabin sits on a 2 acre field with beautiful views of the Knox mountains. It is surrounded by maple and pine trees for privacy. The property sits on 38 acres of natural forest and fields. There are many activities that can be done close to The Sparrows Nest Campground including, boating, fishing, hiking, shopping, riding ATV's or snowmobiles. On site there is a fire pit BBQ grill and horse shoes.
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Royalton Bed and Breakfast

4 sites · Lodging133 acres · Royalton, VT
The property has been in the family since before the town of Royalton was founded. In 1780, Garner Rix was 13 years old. He was captured in the Royalton Raid and taken to Montreal where he was sold to a woman who kept him safe for a year until it was safe for him to walk home, by himself, at age 14, and when he got back home the town gave him the land that I live on. Garner Rix was my great, great, great, great grandfather.
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SiloSide Barn and Homestead

2 sites · Lodging, Tents10 acres · Barnet, VT
The SiloSide barn and homestead is better known around town as the "Old Somers Farm" in reference to the day when the barn housed 60 head of cows. The farm was a part of the Cabot Creamery Cooperative, and closed this era in the late 1980s. Prior to being a dairy farm consisting of over 500 acres, the property served as a tavern, inn, tannery, and has always been a traditional, well-loved farmhouse. Our farmhouse was built in 1785, and the barn built around the 1830s and expanded in 1941. The soil here is rich, and the forest full of wildlife. We've named our home "SiloSide" as tribute to the magic we feel on the non-road facing, silo-side of the barn, where you'll be camping.
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Sleep in a Yurt

1 site · Lodging150 acres · Northfield, NH
We are a 150 area horse ranch as well as a summer camp  in Northfield, NH. Our summer camp is more like glamping, which is why we have yurts! Who doesn't want to unplug and come to camp? Come stay in our yurts... we have trails you can hike or mountain bike, tons of adventures nearby and the best fire pit to wind down the evening with a glass of wine or s'mores!Learn more about this land:Come stay with us at Driftwood Ranch. We are a 150 area horse ranch. We have beautiful yurts nestled in the woods on the ranch. Each yurt has its own bathroom and deck. The yurts are located in the midst of a beautiful New England forest with hiking and mtn biking trails. We are close to Highland Mountain Biking park. The Lakes Region and the White Mountains. Endless adventures nearby...we have a beautiful fire pit to end your day around a campfire with s'mores!!!!
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