Treehouses near Lincoln

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The Hummingbird Center

43 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents200 acres · NH
The Hummingbird Center is an recreation destination and permaculture farm nestled in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. We offer a variety of lodging options ranging in cost from tent camping and shared bunk rooms to private indoor lofts, tiny homes, and school buses. In May of 2024, Nourish restaurant will be open during weekends at HBC, providing organic farm-to-table meals for the public and our guests–both indoor and outdoor seating is available. Thanks to our farm’s extensive perennial food system, Nourish has a rotating seasonal menu featuring fruit, herbs, and wild greens grown onsite. Call ahead for up-to-date details on hours and what’s in bloom! HBC is a retreat destination for mountain biking, skiing, and hiking, with private access to Green Woodland’s 23,000 acres of public trails next door! Our trails feature hand and machine-built features for riders of all skill levels. Under an hour of driving will get you to Mt. Moosilauke on the Appalachian Trail, renowned climbing at the Rumney Crags, and dozens of pristine NH lakes. Back on the farm, our swimming holes, hammocks, and communal fire pit offer peace and community connection after a full day of outdoor adventures. Guests are encouraged to recreate and restore amidst the natural beauty of our rural property, explore our orchards and vegetable gardens, and enjoy open-air, leisurely dining at our on-farm restaurant. Search for The Hummingbird Center of NH online to view our restaurant hours and learn more about our ongoing community events, including weekly yoga classes in summer of 2024. Quiet hours after 10pm please! Find us online at thehummingbirdcenter.com and @thehummingbirdcenternh on Instagram. 603-786-2366 No sewer hookups. Secluded spots for vehicles require high clearance and dry conditions.
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Camp Wild At Bobcat Rock

1 site · Lodging21 acres · Denmark, ME
Tree Tent on 21 beautiful acres of untouched, natural woodland with a small brook. Decompress and reconnect with yourself right in the middle of the Lake Region. Stroll to peaceful ponds, endless snowmobile and hiking trails right on your door step. Get that wilderness feel but close to town. Only 5 miles from Bridgton. This is the perfect opportunity to explore on a budget and test out your wilderness skills! The Adventure Begins Here... Camp Wild at Bobcat Rock is on 21 Acres of sloped, unspoiled woodland. There is a small brook that runs through the property and a seasonal run-off during heavy rain. There is a stone wall that borders the north end of the property. Land around the property is protected so there are many birds, ponds and streams. Hiking trails are right outside your door. Natural water sources do not have spigots. If you choose to use the natural water source for drinking, all water should be treated! This is a wilderness area. The TREE TENT is 13x 13 x 13 and sleeps 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 small children. The tent is 4 feet off the ground. You will need to lift yourself into it. Please remove shoes before entering the tent. THERE ARE NO AMENITIES This is a dry campsite. There are no showers or toilets. There is an outhouse and a 5 gal PROPANE shower. (You will need a small canister of propane). 5 gallons of water is provided. There is a very large pot for boiling water if needed. There is a fire ring with a grill, a picnic table, 2 reclining camp chairs, a Gazebo, and a Tree Tent. A trolly is provided to carry your belongings as it is a short hike uphill to the site. No cooking or sleeping supplies are available. You must bring your own bedding, cooler, cooking utensils, wood and small propane canister. (We have sleeping bags if you forget your own and a spare mattress for the gazebo upon request). ***PLEASE LEAVE NO TRACE AND TAKE YOUR TRASH WITH YOU*** It is recommended to arrive before dark on your first night of camping. Campsite check in from 12:00 pm on arrival day. Check out time 11:00 am on departure day. Bug spray is highly recommended. Bring a flashlight. The campsite is on a hill and is very rough, uneven ground and there are protruding rocks and tree roots. Please use caution when walking around the property. Please No Dogs in the TREE TENT or left unattended in the GAZEBO. Thank you :) WARNING: SIDE EFFECTS OF LIVING IN THE WOODS INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING: Dirty finger nails Bathing in a brook Toilet is a hole in the ground Sleeping in the Woods Slippery trails Trying to find your way around in the dark Becoming immediately resourceful and creative Getting lost Challenging yourself Live the Adventure! Embrace the UnUsUal!
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Tree mendously in the tree canopy

1 site · Lodging7 acres · Montpelier, VT
Learn more about this land:This is a new tree tent that comfortably fits two people. It’s a triangle, and holds up to 880lbs. The tree tent is wonderful for people who enjoy heights and are comfortable navigating hillsides. The tent is surprisingly comfortable as the triangle has a lot of support, from the equivalent of three slack lines. This is a tree canopy experience for those who apprecate adventure and a thrill. The low side is about 6 feet up in the air and the other side is about 10 feet up but gives the impression of being higher as it looks down the hillside through the forest. I have set up a bench and a table underneath the tree tent that functions for a great place to eat with a view as well as to get into the tree tent. If you have a couple friends that want to join you I have a hammock that works well, though not in comparison to the Tree tent. If you have  friends that want to join you, for a modest extra fee, I have a Camping hammock that works well, though not in comparison to the tree tent. There is an outhouse nearby ( a throne with a view) and a water spigot with great well water 75 yards away. This tree tent is designed to be a fun, safe, different, and adventurous experience. There is also a fire pit with a couple benches just 30 yards from the tent. The site is a 3 1/2 mile drive from the center of Montpelier, which is a relatively small city but is the Capitol of Vermont has a lot of character, restaurants, and culture for its size. There is over 30 miles of trails nearby including some mountain bike paths many hiking paths, Vermont has many epic trail systems throughout. We also have some great swimming holes. Mount Hunger, White rocks, and Spruce Mountain are all relatively short and fun hikes,  not to mention the extensive long trail.Adventure and fun await!
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Stone City

1 site · Lodging20 acres · Hardwick, VT
You will feel the stresses of life wash away as you sway in the trees and listen to the sounds of the beautiful stream just feet from the treehouse deck. You'll never want to leave! Enjoy a bit of solitude or some special alone time with a loved one. It's hard to beat Stone City Treehouse to make your time away special! After your day of hiking, skiing, or touring local breweries and distilleries, come home to this beautiful, private tiny house in the trees! Or, just spend the day lazily relaxing by the fire and reading, while the sound of the stream soothes you. Walk through the woods, up the stairs, and enter into another dimension - one that you won't want to leave! Much thought was put into the design and local, natural, and recycled materials were a priority in its construction. Soak in the curated interior design while you relax in the living room space and gaze out the large, recycled windows (from an old, local schoolhouse). Enjoy the deck that overlooks the year-round stream (that may be frozen over in the winter) and let the sound of the water wash through you. You may even see some critters if you're still enough! There is a sweet sitting area, hammock, and campfire space just below the treehouse right on the stream, with a dramatic view of the treehouse. And a hanging bed underneath! You can cook simple meals on the propane campstove (with a griddle option) or use the small charcoal grill in the space under the treehouse. There is a mini-fridge with a separate freezer to keep your fresh produce from the farmers' market and your yummy local beer nice and cool. There's a very primitive (and limited) water system you can use for washing dishes. We also provide some basic condiments and cooking basics, like olive oil and salt and pepper. We also offer coffee, hot chocolate, and lemonade. Most of the products we offer for your use, and our cleaning supplies and paper products are from Public Goods and you can get a 25% discount on your first purchase with the coupon code TREEHOUSEPGA There is a basic composting toilet in the treehouse for your convenience, but you also have access to a full, modern bathroom at the house, with a beautiful shower. When it's time for bed, climb up the loft ladder to "The Nest" and sink into the comfy bed. Open up the windows to hear the nighttime sounds of the stream and the forest! We prioritize our earth and take environmental considerations into every decision: we generate solar electricity; we compost and recycle; we use environmentally friendly cleaning products; we avoid disposable items as much as possible; and we used many local and recycled materials in the construction of the treehouse. The interior structure is 10'x16' with a loft and the deck is 4'x16'.
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Treehouses near Lincoln guide

Overview

Nestled in the heart of the White Mountains, the New Hampshire town of Lincoln draws many visitors to its scenic surroundings, which are dotted with mountains, rivers, and forests. The many ways to explore the area include canoeing, kayaking, and rafting on the Pemigewasset River. Hiking and camping at the National Forest campsites along the Kancamagus Highway, a scenic route stretching from Lincoln to Conway, are also popular pursuits, as is skiing on Loon Mountain in the colder months. 

Where to go

Loon Mountain

Just north of town, Loon Mountain is an all-season recreation area that is particularly popular in winter. The mountain has 61 ski trails, with eight tree-skiing areas, six terrain parks, a superpipe, and a halfpipe. Off the slopes, there’s also snowshoeing and cross-country trails, skating, tubing, and a winter zipline.

Flume Gorge

Around five miles north of town, in Franconia Notch State Park, a boardwalk leads visitors through Flume Gorge, a natural chasm that extends 800 feet at the base of Mount Liberty. The path is an easy loop hike and takes you past several waterfalls and natural cave-like rocks. If you want to set up camp nearby, Franconia Notch has two sites to choose from.

Woodstock

The charming town of Woodstock sits just south of Lincoln and has a good selection of places to eat and drink. Outdoor adventurers will find easy access to hikes up Mount Lafayette, Cannon Mountain, and Bald Mountain. 

When to go

While spring and summer are ideal for enjoying the trails and river activities on offer, fall and winter have their own appeal. Fall sees the landscape busting into rich colors and brings the annual New Hampshire Highland Games, which are held annually in September. Winter offers an abundance of snowy activities, from skiing on Loon Mountain to snowshoeing through the White Mountain National Forest.

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