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The Center Farm

1 site · Lodging142 acres · Hardwick, VT
This land is a very special place. The energy is calming and you will feel at peace with yourself after just a short time walking through the woods. This property was first purchased by my great grandfather in 1919. I was fortunate to be able to purchase it from my father in 2007. Much work was done to bring it back from being neglected and overgrown. The original buildings burned to the ground in 1948 and the property has been rebuilt over the last dozen years. It is a work in progress but also a labor of love. Enjoy a stay in this small rustic cabin. Experience peace and solitude while enjoying magnificent views atop forested hills offering stunning southeast views that overlook Vermont's central mountain ranges. The site is secluded and private and is ideally situated to view wildlife, allowing one to experience the outdoors away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. WiFi is available at the barn should there be the need to reconnect with the world at large. Two guests sleep comfortably in the cabin; four would be a little tight but manageable - there is ample room for tents if need be. The 8' x 8' cabin has one set of twin bunkbeds (bedding is not provided) and an 8' x 4' covered porch. In the colder seasons there is a propane Buddy Heater available to keep the cabin cozy. The outhouse with a composting toilet is situated close to the cabin. There is a fire ring on the stone patio with a cooking grate available for grilling. Pre-purchased firewood will be at the cabin, ready for your arrival. Additional wood is available for purchase on the way up to the cabin. Recently added is a portable kitchen, set up outside for an easier cooking experience as well as a wash bin for dishes. Items available at the site: Water for dishes Cast iron pan for grilling/grate cooking Small pots with covers (multiple) Pizza pan for grilling/grate cooking Basic grilling utensils (spatula, tongs) Serving spoon(s) Various eating utensils/knives Cups/plates/bowls Dish soap & cloths Heat-resistant gloves (for grates) Small propane grill First aid kit & fire extinguisher The main property is located in the heart of a rural farming community between the town of Greensboro (home of Caspian Lake), and the village of Hardwick. It offers 3 - 4 miles of groomed, wooded trails, ideal for walking, hiking, mountain and fat biking, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. The cabin is also in close proximity to Hill Farmstead Brewery (7 miles), The Highland Center for the Arts (3 miles) and the Willey's Store (3.5 miles). The village of Hardwick (3 miles) offers local shops, markets, restaurants, Buffalo Mountain Co-op and Front Seat Coffee (an artisan coffee house also offering free WiFi). 13 miles from the town of Craftsbury and the Craftsbury Outdoor Center, an olympic-style sport training facility catering to all ability levels. Additionally the central location offers access to many of Vermont's State Parks (Green River Reservoir State Park, Elmore State Park, Groton State Park, Crystal Lake State Park, Willoughby State Forest, Brighton State Park, just to name a few) offering daily access for hiking, fishing, swimming, paddle-boarding, canoeing and kayaking.
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Mount Norris Scout Reservation

16 sites · Lodging, Tents1000 acres · Lowell, VT
The pristine mountain trails and and panoramic views of Lake Eden beckon adventurers of all ages and abilities to enjoy year-round visits to Mount Norris Scout Reservation. With 1,000 acres of wilderness terrain, a dozen secluded campsites and numerous cabins, lean-tos and shelters to suit your needs, Mt. Norris is big enough for any private event but perfect for your family or group. Ascend the 1,482-foot vertical 5-mile round trail to the summit of Mt. Norris or carve your own path in snow shoes or cross country skis to the shores of Lake Eden. We have 75 years of experience helping introduce families to the outdoors. Let us know how we can make your next experience unforgettable! Mt. Norris is a strictly substance-free facility. Thank you for helping us maintain a tranquil environment for our guests.
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Ladd Pond Cabins and Campground

31 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents187 acres · NH
Our property has 187 acres to explore and hiking trails. There is an 8-acre pond for fishing (catch and release), paddleboats, kayaks and Jon boats. There is no charge to use our paddleboats, kayaks, or Jon boats. In Stewartstown and the surrounding area, guests have so many natural attractions to visit, including Beaver Brook Falls and Lake Francis, both within 15 miles of the Ladd Pond. The Washburn Family Forest nearby is the perfect place to go for a hike through nature and spot local wildlife. For an action experience, guests can try the ATV trails or the exciting snowmobile trails in winter. Close to ATV trails and direct access to Snowmobile trails.
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Hay Fever Farm

1 site · Lodging75 acres · Craftsbury, VT
We live on 75 acres of woods and hay fields. Larry is a self-taught hay-farmer since we moved from the mid-west in 2007. The property was a fallow dairy farm from the 70's. It used to be called Common View Farm. We hear the name came from the fact that we can see the Craftsbury Common from the height of the property. Legend holds that people have seen strange lights and orbs in the area. It may just be a yarn told by the locals to the new flatlanders. I have never noticed anything of the sort and I have been looking. Who doesn't like a good New England ghost story?  Larry farms about 30 acres of the property; square bales for horses. The rest are woods. We have our own old mare, Ruby, which gave Larry the haying idea. She has two goat buddies, Danny-Boy and Brownie (guess what color he is?). Our dog, Tinker, runs the land and loves dog friends as well as humans.  Our views are of the Lowell Mountains closest and the Green Mountains in the distance. You can see the Lowell wind farm on the horizon. We have a large garden and raspberry patch. When in season, you are free to pick! The house on the property, Larry built. It's a beauty. He also has two shops and some barns. No shortage of farm implements. You are welcome to walk to your heart's content and to visit Ruby and the boys.  Learn more about this land:The Northwoods Gypsy Wagon is a 3-minute walk into the woods from the parking area.  You can have all the solitude you'd like or visit the nearby towns.  In this off-grid wagon, you will have an indoor cooking stove (2 burner propane) and a propane stove for the cooler nights but no running water, therefore no indoor plumbing.  Fresh water, battery operated lights, solar panel which provides one lamp and a place to plug in your phone, (please refer to directions in the wagon on how to use the solar electricity and propane stove), coffee/tea set ups, basic spices,  paper towels, TP, linens/towels, soap, cooking/eating utensils provided. Wi-Fi is not available and cell coverage is spotty.  There is a 'fancy' privy exclusively for the wagon and a place for a cold-water wash up.  If you'd like a shower, this can be coordinated in the house, next door.This wagon has a small sleeping berth (cozy for either 2 people who really like each other or a solitary gypsy).This is truly tiny space, however. You will have a table and chairs for a sit down chat or meal.  Enjoy the outdoor kitchen area and fire ring with plenty of fallen wood nearby for a fire in the ring or the chiminaria.  In the dryer months fire-burning may be ill-advised or outright prohibited, you'll be advised.  Craftsbury is a farming, skiing and educational community. Food growers, cheese makers, brewers, Sterling College and the Craftsbury Outdoor Center are the backbone of our economy. We are a hop, skip and a jump from Farmstead Brewery, Jasper Hill (or Cellers) cheese makers, Circus Smirkus, Bread and Puppet radical political theater. The Museum of Everyday Life, and the Highland Arts Center. I love it here and my guess is you will, too, if you like mountain views, great day hikes, local food and drink and a laid back vibe.
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North of Eden Woods

5 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents150 acres · Lowell, VT
Formerly a sheep farm in the early 20th century, North of Eden Woods was purchased by the current owners in 1999 as an undeveloped 150+ acre woodlot to create a personal Thoreau-at-Walden living experience. In the beginning, Ted lived in an converted school bus with his two dogs as he worked to build a log house from scratch. In the spring of 2000, a small cabin (Meadow-View Off-Grid Vermont Cabin) was built and lived in for 2 years while the main off-grid log home was built. Trees were dropped, bark was peeled, mortar was mixed, and logs were stacked up in the shape of a house that is now our home. In 2005, Liza joined the dream and we continue to improve our sustainable lifestyle, learn about our surroundings, and raise our 3 kids, three dogs and one goldfish. We manage the forest for wildlife, aesthetic purposes and renewable resources such as firewood, timber, aquaculture, and maple syrup production. Our property is the living document that is the book of our life. ...We are constantly editing, adding to, and improving our story.
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Westmore Forest Cabin

1 site · Lodging14 acres · Westmore , VT
After driving the shoreline road of Lake Willoughby, the road to access the land is a steady climb to ..... feet.  Stop and look behind you and you'll see the Western view of successive mountain ridges and Lake Willoughby.  The immediate land and surround has been in the Cole family for generations and we are honored to be the next stewards of this parcel.  We look forward to sharing the beauty of this area and this space with you.  Learn more about this land:The cabin is located 3 miles and 1,700 feet up from Lake Willoughby in the Town of Westmore. We invite you to stay! Looking behind as you drive up Coles Mountain to the land, you see views of Lake Willoughby and rolling mountains heading out to the horizon in the west.  Majestic.  Once you have traveled 3 miles and gone up 1,700 feet from Lake Willoughby, you cross a land bridge over a stream and enter a private clearing ringed with tress and forest.  This is an old orchard in the forest with an off-grid cabin.  Cozy surroundings.  Though you may hear others on surrounding properties, you don't see them.   Cross another stream and the land goes back another 10 acres into deep forest.  Magical.Outdoor activities throughout the area include hiking, skiing and mountain biking at Burke Mountain, Kingdom Trails Association, Craftsbury Outdoor Center and local Vermont State Parks, as well as kayaking, swimming, and fishing on Lake Willoughby.  Watch the sunset at Sentinel Rock.  As noted on the Vermont Department of Health's website, "Vermont has reached Step 4 of the Vermont Forward Plan. Except for international travel, travel no longer requires testing or quarantine. Masks are still required on public transportation, including school buses. CDC recommends delaying travel until you are fully vaccinated because travel increases your chance of getting and spreading COVID-19." 
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Leroy’s Bunkhouse

2 sites · Lodging1 acre · Stewartstown, NH
Diamond Pond, situated on Diamond Pond Road in Stewartstown, NH, is a picturesque lake/pond spanning 181 acres and reaching depths of 120 feet. It's a fisherman’s paradise, teeming with lake trout, rainbow trout, and yellow perch. Notably, on February 27, 2020, the state record lake trout was caught here, measuring 40” in length, weighing 37.65 lbs, with a 27” girth, and estimated to be 50 to 60 years old. Looking for other activities? You could explore Ride the Wilds, which offers 8000 miles of OHRV trails in Coos County (rentals available locally). There are also numerous hiking trails, including Table Rock and Mount Monadnock (VT), along with opportunities for bicycling and mountain biking on endless miles of trails. Additionally, the rental of the camp includes the use of 3 kayaks and a paddleboard. WiFi with Hulu and Netflix included. The cabin features a combined living room/dining room/kitchen, three bedrooms, and a composting toilet. While there is no running water in the camp, there is an outside faucet providing drinking water. HOUSE RULES: General: Please park your car, front in, towards the camp – there is room for two (2). No smoking inside and dispose of butts safely, if you wish to smoke outside. There is no running water other than the outside faucet located in the bathroom. The kitchen sinks are usable but you will have to haul the water from the bathroom. The toilet is a waterless toilet. It basically works like an ordinary porcelain toilet. The directions of how to use are posted on the walls in the bathroom. Please do not take a bath in Diamond Pond. The water is pristine – many camps get their drinking water from the pond. The shower is special! It utilizes a Ivation Portable Shower. You heat up water in the bucket provided, put the pump in the heated water and commence taking your shower. If you prefer, two (2) miles away is Coleman State Park Campground that has coin operated showers ($ .25/3 minutes), washers ($ 1.00 per use) and dryers ($ 1.50 per use. Netflix and Hulu No more than six (6) occupants. No parties or events. Leave the space clean. Be considerate of the neighbors. You are welcome to use the kayaks – three (3) of them. Please be sure to wear a life jacket – they are hanging on the coat rack in the entry way. The pontoon boat is off limits. There is a beach/sandy area, north, to your left, a few hundred yards. A short kayak paddle.  Enjoy your stay and have fun.
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If you're looking for a lakeside getaway in Derby Line, Vermont, Hipcamp has over 470 cabin options to choose from. Whether you're looking for a cozy cabin for two or a larger space for a group, you're sure to find something that fits your needs and budget. Some of the top campsites in the area include Farm Craft Vermont (135 reviews), Green Mountain Trails (130 reviews), and ADK Mountain View (111 reviews). In addition to swimming and fishing, popular activities in the area include off-roading with OHVs. Amenities like showers, campfires, and potable water are also available. The average price per night is $60, with options as low as $15.

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