6 Sites are on Sunrise Farms 75 acre Conservation land with 50 mile view for Sites 1 and 2. Very quiet area with lots of wildlife and ponds and disc golf. Very quiet with great swimming and lots of hikes right from your sites.
2 of the Brookside Sites (Wishbone Left and Right) are close by where we have another 1/2 mile of river frontage and can handle bigger groups as Conservation land on Sunrise Farm only allows 4 campers per site.
Sunrise Farm Sites 1 and 2 have oodles of space and Spectacular 50 mile views of Mount Monadnock with no house lights out there in the evening except the party string lights we provide.
Site 2 is best for camping in up to 20 foot trailers or multiple tents …on the large, long space. Deck on the north side of farmhouse is not traditionally for campers unless you make special arrangements.
Great Well water available near farmhouse. Biodegradable soaps Only if used in the ponds.
We have been advised Not to allow imported firewood (can import Wood Beetle dangerous for our forest).
- PLEASE use the Firewood bundles we provide ($10) or pull wood from the woods and make it safer for use.
Beautiful and plenty of wildlife nearby... as well as a new Port a Potties are marked on Map we provide with solar lights marking them at night.
Unique and lovely as well as being next to trails and roads to miles of remote spots with very few if any ... people.
In Winter we request only AWD vehicles go down to this site or park up by farmhouse and hike in so you can easily get out. When wet park up by the road if you have 2 wheel drive.
Always WISE to arrive When LIGHT out as we do not live at the site and are not able to show guests to their sites as a result.
Dover, Vermont, United StatesTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Roy M.Joined in July 2020
Response rate: 100%Response time: Within 2 hours
209 ratings · 181 reviews
September 28, 2022
Sunrise farm #5 Site: “DOUG’S POND”
Our second visit was incredible
It was beautiful to return to Doug's Pond on the cusp of fall. This was our second visit to this site and it was lovely yet again. My partner and dog and I love the privacy the trees give, and that the pond is healthy and swim-able. The water was chilly mid-September, but it was worth it! We built many gorgeous fires over the weekend and enjoyed the thoughtful set up of the site - our tent was tucked away in the tree-line but still close to the fire pit and picnic table. Waking up to the dragon flies and birds singing around the pond is part of the magic of this spot. We can't wait to visit in the spring!
September 25, 2022
Site #6 Yellow Tractor Glamping
Roy communicated well and made me feel welcome during my stay. Quiet, private and peaceful camp site with beautiful sunrise views from the property.
September 24, 2022
Wishbone Left by Brook S. Newfane
Roy was very hospitable and made sure we had everything we needed at the site. The location was amazing, peaceful and quiet with great views of the stars at night. You won't go wrong booking any of the sites here.
September 20, 2022
Wishbone Left by Brook S. Newfane
We loved the seclusion of Wishbone Left. This is a beautiful area of Vermont. It was so nice to have electricity, potable water and a clean outhouse. We were able to get to the stream by walking East of the campsite. Best fire pit ever and good, generous wood supplied by Roy who was available to answer any questions.
Nancy Elizabeth S.recommends
September 19, 2022
Site 1 Sunrise Farm South Side
A Beautiful Spot to Relax
My tour group stopped at my site on a Heritage walk to rest. They enjoyed the delicious water and the amazing east facing view in the morning. The field had just been mowed and it smelled magical - like life itself.
We'll do it again next year for sure. Thank you Roy!
PS Gracious and hospitable host.
September 13, 2022
Sunrise farm #4 Site: “LILY POND”
Remote Camp Spot
Enjoyed the camp experience at Roy’s Farm. Great remote location. Everything was clear on how to get to our site. Would recommend coming before dark, which we did. But it would be difficult to find campsites in the dark. Thanks Roy!