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Storm Meadows

· Hancock, Cheshire, New Hampshire
113 acres hosted by Mark N.
1 RV site
All to yourself
100% of recent Hipcampers say this Hipcamp felt private.
Nomadic camping
Best for self-contained campers. There are no toilets, showers, or potable water at this Hipcamp.
Mark is a Star Host
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Storm Meadows features 113 acres of private land, connecting with thousands of acres of conserved land. There are fields, streams, forest and ponds. Hike from your site or nearby Mount Monadnock and other hills/trails. There is a vineyard and hop trellis, as well as a large pond for exploring. Many nearby lakes and ponds for fishing, boating, and swimming. Visit the old time General Store, or head to nearby Keene to dine or visit breweries. You'll find wildlife, views, and relaxing sounds of nature.Set up your RV on the established site that sits above a small pond, and listen to the sounds of the running stream. Enjoy the nature at the pond, or walk right from your site. Barbecue pond side, or head to Lake Nubanusit for a swim. Visit the historic mill town of Harrisville, known to be one of the most intact mill towns still in existence. This property borders the Cobb Hill Estate.
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5 ratings · 5 reviews
Mike P.recommends
July 18, 2024
Pond RV Site
Mark’s place is an exemplary Hipcamp. He has taken the time to not only create the sites, but also to create and maintain a sweet pond and gazebo. The spot is near some cool hikes, e.g., to a nearby general store, which altogether make for a stay with everything a camper would reasonably need. Mark himself is a wonderful host, warm and welcoming. No hesitation recommending this spot!
Javier G.recommends
July 8, 2024
Pond RV Site
An amazing getaway!
I want to echo everything that was written in the previous reviews. This site is an absolute gem. It’s obvious that Mark has given serious thought about creating a wonderful experience for HipCampers. He clearly loves his land and it loves him back! The parking pad, pond, and meadow are all easily accessible. The entire area is quiet so you feel secluded but Mark’s house is close enough that he’s available for anything you need. He has walking trails cut into the property that join with the neighboring 700 acre property. You can have an amazing trip and never leave the property, but I recommend renting the canoe or kayak and paddling on Nubanusit Lake. In July you can paddle out to the island in the middle of the lake and eat wild blueberries while you swim or sunbathe on the rocks. I recommend this spot 100% and my family would stay here again in a heartbeat.
Donald & Roz G.recommends
July 1, 2024
Pond RV Site
What a great spot, private, quiet and beautiful. The only sounds we heard were the birds and tree frogs. And at night we saw the fireflies. The pond with the paddle boat was lovely and not buggy. Nice roads and trails nearby to walk the dogs. There is everything there you need for a great weekend. Mark was a great host, very responsive and helpful. We shall return.
Kathi C.recommends
June 29, 2024
Pond RV Site
The camp site and property were amazing. The best campsite I’ve visited. Mark was a very attentive host and helped me back in to the site. The area is very private with so many extra touches. From the pond, fire pit, and the gazebo. A total gem. I cannot wait to visit again.
Uche E.recommends
June 2, 2024
Pond RV Site
You won’t be disappointed
Booked this place on a whim and it ended up being the best Hipcamp that I’ve ever stayed at. Mark and his daughter were very kind and hospitable - they put a lot of love and hard work into making this place special. You get the true camping feel with no houses or camping neighbors in sight. You don’t feel like you are just backyard camping like many Hipcamp locations. You are off his private road with everything well labeled. There are no cars that even drive by. You have your own private pond with a paddle boat, a grill, firewood, a fire pit, cool outdoor furniture, a screened in gazebo in the middle of a wide open field for star gazing, a dock, small beach, and paths/trails all around. Just off the property there are many lakes as well. It feels like an oasis.
Hancock, Cheshire, New Hampshire, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Wabanaki (Dawnland Confederacy), N’dakina (Abenaki / Abénaquis), and Pennacook First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking

Hosted by Mark N.

Joined in June 2023
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