Enjoy our private secluded tent sites nestled into the landscape in the shadow of Mount Cardigan. Within a five-mile radius, many quiet ponds offer paddling, fishing, and swimming including Grafton Pond with over 15 small islands to explore. For hikers, Mount Cardigan is just 8 miles away. Other attractions include the Enfield Shaker Village, on Mascoma Lake, and Dartmouth C
Enjoy our private secluded tent sites nestled into the landscape in the shadow of Mount Cardigan. Within a five-mile radius, many quiet ponds offer paddling, fishing, and swimming including Grafton Pond with over 15 small islands to explore. For hikers, Mount Cardigan is just 8 miles away. Other attractions include the Enfield Shaker Village, on Mascoma Lake, and Dartmouth College, in Hanover, just 30 minutes away.
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
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Blueberry muffins, half dozen
Homemade blueberry muffins made with berries from our own bushes and served w...Read more
S'mores for Two
Hershey's chocolate bars, marshmallows, and honey graham crackers, enough for...Read more
Carafe of hot coffee
A 50 oz. carafe of dark roast coffee (Starbucks French Roast or Peet's Major ...Read more
S'mores for Six
A box of Hershey's chocolate bars, marshmallows, and honey graham crackers, e...Read more
Start your trip off right with a bundle of firewood waiting for you at your c...Read more
Canoe and kayaks
We have one canoe and two kayaks to rent. Please be sure you can move them in...Read more
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
There are many scenic back roads for biking as well as the rail trail that runs from Danbury to Lebanon.
Crystal lake, Mascoma Lake, Goose Pond and Canaan Street Lake are all nearby and have boat ramps.
Mount Cardigan, 8 miles away. Also nearby, Shaker Mountian, Smarts Mountain, Moosilauke, Cube, and Franconia Notch (1 hour).
Grafton Pond (4 miles away) is a beautiful place to paddle and explore. Spectacle Pond is half a mile away, as well as many oth...Read more
Mascoma Lake is the best place for sailing and windsurfing.
Rattlesnake Mountain in Rumney is about a 20-minute drive.
For alpine skiing: Dartmouth Skiway, Ragged Mountain, Suicide Six, Tenney Mountain and others. For snowshoeing and nordic skiin...Read more
Ask about the local swimming places or go to Canaan Street Beach, or Goose Pond Beach.
The Mascoma River and the White River have the best white water paddling.
Natural features you'll find at Cardigan Skyline Camps in New Hampshire.
Most of our property is forested and has lovely walking trails throughout.
Play frisbee with your dog (or ours!), pick wildflowers and wild blueberries and strawberries in season. In July we have cultiv...Read more
River, stream, or creek
There are several small brooks and streams that run through our property.
We have a small Christmas tree farm on our property.
Places to see near Cardigan Skyline Camps
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Absolutely fabulous camping spot. One of the best I’ve stayed at in NH! Marcy had a picnic table (with fresh flowers!), a tarp, fresh water, trash bin, bear box, chairs around the fire pit. Will certainly be going back and highly recommend to anyone looking for a beautiful and relaxing camping experience. Thanks Marcy!
Cardigan Skyline Camps was the perfect blend of seclusion and amenities for our camping trip. We were the only group there during our trip and opted for site #1 due to the shorter walk to/from the cars, but both sites were beautiful and far enough away from each other to feel secluded. There was more than enough potable water at our site stores in large jugs. The picnic table with rain tarp was helpful to keep gear dry if needed. The privy was immaculate and worthy of 5 stars alone. There is also terrific cell service (Verizon at least) if needed.
Marcy and Dan couldn’t have been more hospitable and were very responsive to questions and requests before and during our stay. Every detail was well thought out and made it easy to enjoy the experience.
Marcy's land is absolutely beautiful, this was my second trip there this summer with my girlfriend and we had a blast. Marcy and Dan are magnificent hosts and are as accommodating as they are delightful - already planning trip #3!
Well appointed camp
Marcy's camp was great, stocked with water, fire pit, picnic table, bear food storage and tarps, with a good options for laying our tent under tree canopy, a good distance away from the other camp on site. Marcy was very responsive and even met us at Grafton Pond with her kayaks since our car couldn't transport them. We would definitely come back and stay again!
Perfect for first-time campers!
Marcy’s property was gorgeous! We were greeted by her shortly upon arrival, to which she helped us pack in our things to the secluded campsite a short walk away. She had small garden gnomes hidden throughout the forest for the children to find during their stay, as well as a swing, horseshoes and corn hole boards. The property contained small walking trails perfect for quick hikes in between hanging at the campsites. It was a place I would love to return to in the future!
Such a beautiful stay! We were in site 2 and it was in the gorgeous forest with a picnic table (with flowers and a citronella candle!), drinking water, trash and recycling, a fire pit and chairs by the fire as well as plenty of wood and phenomenal hospitality. Marcy was so kind and helpful as she brought us a cart to carry all our things and brought us a load of firewood. We also rented their kayaks and went to Grafton Pond which was very very beautiful. I am so happy we chose this site, it was private, quiet, peaceful and beautiful and had everything we could ever need.
The site felt very private and well set-up. There was a picnic table (with tarp over it), plenty of water, chairs around the fire pit, and firewood. A very short walk from the parking area. Dan and Marcy were lovely hosts and gave us great ideas for hiking and swimming nearby.