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Tipi by the brook

· Worcester, Washington, Vermont
15 acres hosted by Mary Beth H.
18ft tipi nestled on a ridge overlooking a stream. Walk thru the woods and field to the river, bike up the hill to some astounding routes in the woods, or day hike the worcester range, which is across town. Spend the entire day wandering or head 10 mins into Montpelier for activities. Rustic outdoor kitchen and pit privy avaliable. Gather dish water from the stream and use the on site filter if you can't pack in water. Pack in from the car is only about 50 to 100ft. Rock hop your way to a stone floor tipi. Some idea of bedding avaliable, room for your camping gear welcome and suggested.
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River, stream, or creek
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4 ratings · 3 reviews
Shirley A.recommends
October 28, 2023
Shirley from Maine
Private Tipi in the Vermont woods. Sleep to the sounds of a brook and look up through the opening in the Tipi to see the stars and moon. Bring a headlamp and sleeping bag/mat. Rustic as expected. Host is very friendly responsive to any needs you may have.
Arturo P.recommends
September 4, 2023
We loved this place!
I visited the campsite, sleeping in a Tipi with a friend and my 13-year old son. We loved it! The Tipi itself was a totally different experience for us. Also there were many artistic details in the camp site. Tuck and Mary Beth were amazing hosts. They showed up every morning with fresh coffee, provided information about biking trails and led us to a nicer part of the river to swim. We’ll definitely go back! Great experience! Arturo Palmer
Trevien S.recommends
July 3, 2023
Brookside Tipi
This Tipi stands strong
Wonderful place, thoughtful but minimal amenities, so come prepared. Mary-Beth rocks. Tipi itself is very special — well-executed design and full of heart and magic. But do plan on bringing an extra sleeping pad or two. The Land here is also humming.
Worcester, Washington, Vermont, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Wabanaki (Dawnland Confederacy) and N’dakina (Abenaki / Abénaquis) First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Mary Beth H.Joined in March 2021
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