Hipcamp host Ulrike B.,
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Pitch your tents near a greenhouse, next to blueberries, out with the Alpacas. Fresh eggs daily. Veggies / fruit to pick seasonally. We offer a camp kitchen (brand new feature) combined with the farm store. We offer soaps, jams, herbs and secret stuff to sample / buy. Each group will be given a bundle of free firewood to add to the experience. After that there is plenty of f
Pitch your tents near a greenhouse, next to blueberries, out with the Alpacas. Fresh eggs daily. Veggies / fruit to pick seasonally. We offer a camp kitchen (brand new feature) combined with the farm store. We offer soaps, jams, herbs and secret stuff to sample / buy. Each group will be given a bundle of free firewood to add to the experience. After that there is plenty of firewood to purchase. This is a farm stay with lots of interaction done with consideration during 2021 Covid Recovery! Plenty of walking/hiking available, walk 700' to pancake house made fun for families. You are welcome to participate in farm work. You can visit the alpacas daily and bathe them after breakfast on Sundays. Sign up for week and weekend activities. Contact me ahead of your visit for upcoming events and plan your camping trip accordingly. Near Lake Winnisquam, Winnipesaukee, and 40 minutes from White Mountains. Come have fun! Remember, you’re coming for the farm experience as is everyone else. So we do not encourage late nights and heavy drinking / partying. Below is a descrition of the 8 sites. Site #1: under the Bull pine! Scenic field view filtered through birch, white pine and blueberry bushes. It is a grassy shaded site with a beautiful firepit and grill atop as well as a charcoal grill, hammock, 2 comfy swivel chairs/table. Secluded yet closest to the house and amenities. Access to portajohns/composting toilet and tepid to cold outdoor rinse shower. This site is 200' away from the animals and you can park two cars or a camper van here. You can bring a leashed dog here if well behaved. Site #2: The Vineyard! Inside a beautiful private ring surrounded by grapevines and singing birds. Similar set up to site #1. Grassy and partially shaded. You can bring a leashed dog to this site if well behaved. 2 cars allowed here. Site #3: Berry Beautiful! 1/4 of an acre decorated with wimsical european cranbury trees and Mountain Ash trees or as the ancient Greeks called them the Rowan trees! This is the closest site to the alpacas. And the chickens. 2 minute walk to all the amenities and close to an outdoor tepid to cold rinse/shower station. Partially shaded, views of the Belknap mountain range and a clear view of the sky. Set up similar to all other sites and you can park one car or a camper van here. Expect secret night or early morning alpaca visits. Chickens will compost most of your leftover food. You cannot bring any pets to this site! Alpacas rule. #4 is at the back of the field and #5 is in the valley of this field. Though sites are well spaced, You may see and hear other campers, but you will have plenty of space to run and play and interact with the pacas. These two sites can have two cars each. Expect secret visits at night or early am from pacas and chickens. Fireflies entertain the night skies throughout summer and coyotes sing to you year round. You cannot bring any pets to this site. Alpacas rule. Site #6 and #7 are recommended for groups that want two large private field sites. These two sites are to walk to only, 2 minutes from parking area and share a composting toilet and shower providing hot water. This is outside the alpaca field and is 2 minutes away. View of field, lower property and the Belknap mountain range in the distance. Fire pit with grill atop, charcoal grill, picnic table/chairs and tables, umbellas and a hammock await you. You can bring a leashed dog to this site if well behaved. Site #8: Christmas Tree Nook! Surrounded by baby trees and a grassy plain, you are just outside the alpaca field yet semi private. Spaced a good distance from other campers and a 5 minute hike to amenities. This site has several options depending on what you use to camp in. You can have 4 cars here and wild or tame campsites. Firepit w grill atop and picnic table! You can bring a leashed dog here if well behaved. This property welcomes you with a breath of fresh air and rejuvenating qualities that heal the spirit and nurture you back to basics. Are you IN? Come visit. We can`t wait to meet you!
Campsite area
Bring your own tents, vans and truck campers
8 sites
Up to 10 guests per site
Park at listing
No wheelchair access
Campfires allowed
Toilet available
No pets
Potable water available
Kitchen available
Showers available
Picnic table available
Bins available
No wifi
Camping vehicle details
No electrical hookup
No water hookup
No sewage hookup
No TV hookup
Generators not allowed
Pull-in site
Max length 14ft
Surface type: grass or field
Surface levelness: flat
Doesn't accommodate slideouts
Have a question? Send Ulrike a message!
  • Check in: After 4PM
  • Check out: Before 4PM
  • Cancellation policy: Flexible
  • On arrival: Meet and greet
  • Minimum nights: 1 night
  • Accepts bookings: 12 months out

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Harvest herbs to make a tea bag

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One bundle of firewood

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4 person tent

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Felting alpaca fiber!

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Dozen eggs

It is five dollars per dozen farm fresh eggs

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Offered on the Host's property or nearby.


10 minutes away, Highland Mountain bike park, 75 ski hill dr., Tilton NH


Launch 10 minutes from site onto lake Winnisquam.


Smith river at Profile falls 20 minutes away. Rainbow trout


Bring canoe or kayak and explore the newly made beaver pond. Bring a fishing pole andsee if you catch anything

Off-roading (OHV)

For an extra $5 per day you can use the ATV for supply runs anddumpster runs.


20 minutes away Mount Belknap and Mount Majot


20 minutes away, ellacoya state park

Wildlife watching

Blue herring, Beavers, Deer, Moose

Snow sports


Natural features you'll find at Paca Hill Farm in New Hampshire.


Fields and wetland

River, stream, or creek

Beaver pond/stream


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Hipcamper Aurelio

A very wonderful stay

Aurelio M.
recommends this listing.
(Back of the Paca Field)
October 26th, 2021

We stayed at Paca Hill Farm for one night. The campsite is incredibly beautiful, and very well kept/clean. We slept next to alpacas which was a really unique, once-in-a-lifetime experience. Our campfire had a grate on top, allowing for easy cooking, The host, Ulrike, was extremely kind to us, allowing us to use her home shower, and prepared a delicious breakfast in the morning. Her friend even helped us get out of a mud pit in which our car got stuck; all to say that she went above and beyond to make our stay the best possible. Would 100% recommend, in fact we are going back!

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Hipcamper Evelyn
Evelyn C.
recommends this listing.
(The Vineyard)
October 18th, 2021

Great stay!

Hipcamper Deepak

Great hospitality

Deepak C.
recommends this listing.
(The Vineyard)
October 18th, 2021

Great hospitality from the host! We felt well taken care of! Thank you Ulrike!

Hipcamper Alex
Alex O.
recommends this listing.
(Under the Bull Pine)
October 15th, 2021

Lovely place. Lots of room. Friendly host and animals. Cool Lil apaca gift shop on site. Super clean porta potties. Lovely views.

Hipcamper Jarrad
Jarrad M.
recommends this listing.
(Christmas Tree Nook)
October 11th, 2021

Our stay at Paca Hill Farm was great, Ulrike was incredibly hospitable and made you feel like family. The campground was beautiful, and location was great. I couldn’t recommend staying here enough!

Hipcamper Daniel

Awesome time with the alpacas!

Daniel L.
recommends this listing.
(Berry Beautiful Pacas)
September 14th, 2021

We had such an amazing time at Paca Hill. Ulrike was an incredible host. Our tent site was in a beautiful site surrounded by cranberry trees with a hammock and the alpacas were roaming close by. In the Morning Ulrike prepared a wonderful breakfast and let us bathe the alpacas. It was overall a wonderful experience and I definitely cannot wait to go back

Hipcamper Taylor

Best experience ever

Taylor R.
recommends this listing.
(Berry Beautiful Pacas)
September 12th, 2021

Was not just a camping trip, it was a whole experience like no other! We pitched our tent directly next to the alpaca’s greenhouse and woke up in the morning to them greeting us outside our tent! Have never seen so many stars in our lives, almost looked as if we could see the entire galaxy. Ulrike was an amazing host! Fresh cooked farm breakfast, and so many cool things you can purchase at the farm store. We got to give the alpacas a bath! They were all super cute and friendly and love people! We will definitely be coming back and cannot wait. Definitely spending more than 1 night there next time! An unforgettable experience I never knew was on our bucket list.

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Hipcamper Kelly
Kelly E.
recommends this listing.
(Christmas Tree Nook)
September 7th, 2021

Always a favorite place to camp for us. We just love this farm and Ulrike couldn't be a sweeter host. Truthfully this property is energy restoring and super close to the lakes for a day of fun. We will absolutely be back!

Hipcamper Ed

1st hipcamp trip set the bar high

Ed K.
recommends this listing.
(Back of the Paca Field)
September 6th, 2021

This was the first trip using Hipcamp and set the bar high from the first interaction. Ricky is an amazing host with a beautiful piece of property, whether your looking for a peaceful quiet time or looking to know more about farm life this is the place. Many repeat campers, community conversation or the solitude of the night sky Paca Hill Farm has it all.

Site 4 was tucked in the back of the Alpaca field and we were visited by our curious friends a few times. A nice flat site which was perfect for our rooftop tent, equipped with a fire ring and swing-out grill top. A bundle of starter wood and more dry firewood is available for $10.00.

Francis, Ricky's dog, welcomed everyone who walked by and made sure she introduced herself to everyone.

Ricky had prepared a delicious community breakfast on Sunday which was an unexpected treat and made this excursion feel more like an adventurous B&B. We had the chance to talk to other campers and exchange travel ideas, stories as we all enjoyed endless coffee.

This exceeded all our expectations and we will be sure to make this a repeat experience. Also after coming back home I realized this camp is New Hampshire’s #1 Hipcamp destination and I can see why.

We’ll be back soon

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