- Check in: After 4PM
- Check out: Before 10AM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 2 nights
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 25% off
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Start your trip off right with a bundle of firewood waiting for you at your c...Read more
Fireworks !! Designated Spot ONLY
We have the clearing ready to setup, the deck with seats or go across the lak...Read more
Canoes come with 2 adult jackets and a selection of juniors sizes. 3 people p...Read more
50 pieces of firewood and 4 Fatwood firestarter packs
ILSLEY Farm half gallon Raw milk
HALF gallon of RAW cow milk pre-order so I can pickup your order
Unlimited Firewood - 3 nights
Large block split wood, usually green (not seasoned) Specified stack only $35...Read more
2 person Tents
One tent per item rented, 2 person tent. Just the right size for the smaller...Read more
Hammocks with tree straps, 250 lb weight rated No rain fly. No netting.
Single burner portable gas stove, uses green canisters. Comes with 1 tank and...Read more
A few with different temp ranges, adult and kids sizes. Don't be left in the ...Read more
I'll start with you at your campsite and we will explore the outer rim trails...Read more
Green Propane Tank
Refill your own or use/borrow one of our tanks. For stoves and lamps.
Small Propane Tent Heater
Tip-over safe small tent heater. Runs on green propane tanks. One tank includ...Read more
Available for the queen size bunk-beds @ the Hidout (2) or the Queen size air...Read more
Airport Pickup and Drop Off
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Blow up air mattresses, only twin bed size.
Cooking pots and pans. Serving/cooking utensils, table flatware, plates, bowl...Read more
Ilsley's farm eggs. Pre-order so I can pickup your order
Marshmallows and Roasting sticks
One 24oz bag of Kraft Jumbo extra large jet puffed marshmallows with one stic...Read more
Black Beard Firestarter
One package is one piece that will be usable for many fires beyond your stay ...Read more
Fatwood firestarters sticks
4 pieces per unit. Only 2 sticks needed to start each fire so this set should...Read more
We have multiple torches setup around the bigger tent sites. They do not come...Read more
Backcountry tiki torch
One torch filled with fluid if you desire to use this at a Backcountry site. ...Read more
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Back roads and local trails at Clough State park or the Goffstown rail trail.
Horace Lake does have a small cash fee
Short walk or drive to many great fishing spots. I can direct you to some pretty secluded ones also. Canoes for rent on site.
On site trails and Clough State park just a few minutes away.
Trailer parking available, use a tent pad as an open stall, onsite and local trails our neighborhood horses enjoy!
Many quiet lakes a short drive for motorboat free water to enjoy.
Pat's Peak is a prime destination during the winter! Just 10 minutes away.
Lake Horace Beach is a short drive around the corner.
Bird watching blind in a small wooded clearing is awesome at dawn!
Natural features you'll find at Lost Boys Hideout - Summer Getaway in New Hampshire.
Horace Lake does have a small visitor fee
Site is in the woods, indirect sunlight all day!
Lake Horace is a short drive just up the street 2 minutes.
River, stream, or creek
Seasonal flow in site, lazy Rocky river a short walk away and not far from bigger, longer, and faster :)
Seasonal aquifer fed pond
Places to see near The Lost Boys Forest
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Steven was great easy to communicate with and provided everything we needed to have a great weekend camping. I would highly recommend this site to anyone looking to get away for a weekend. I will definitely be returning.
Perfect 3 nights
This was an awesome camping site with everything we wanted (and a few extras!) It feels more remote than it is and is beautifully situated up on the land with the Weare Reservoir below. Lots of seating and benches around the camp fire and a cozy bunk bed with queen mattresses. Also well laid out with space for other tents if you brought friends along. We went towards the end of June and the weather was perfect. The tiki torches were awesome to have - helped with mosquitoes (which weren't that bad!) We brought an axe with us, but there was already one there. Spent a great day at Clough State Park 10 minutes away swimmin, fishing and kayaking. Took a great hike on Steve's land using the map he provided. We appreciated the extras you could pay for if you needed them (torch fluid, water, fire starters, etc. ) camping with kiddos can be stressful for us newbies and it helped to have those extras if we needed them. Only complaint was that an ATV was on the trail right by the camp at 10pm at night and it seemed ready to come right through our camp. It was pitch black so we didn't know who it was (I was in full mama bear mode ready with the axe lol) but they stayed on the lower part of the orange trail and drove right below the camp, not through (lucky them! LOLL)
Excellent camping site. I really appreciated the privacy we had back there. Steven had a very convenient set up with tools and supplies that made stay at his site very comfortable. And the tent is unbelievably nice!
2nd winter stay
Second winter stay -- lovely! The steep driveway up to the site was iced over and there was no way my car was going to get up it without snowtires and 4WD, but there was parking at the foot of the driveway and Steve left a sled for schlepping gear up (and offered to help ferry stuff, but our timing didn't mesh). The property has space for some good long walks in the woods (Steve loaned out snowshoes). The tent was cozy and set up nicely, warmed with the wood stove.
Easy winter camping
I stayed over from Christmas Eve for the weekend, and had the gamut from pouring rain to light snow to clear and cold. The tent held up to it all, stayed comfortable. Chilly when the fire was out, of course, but the wood stove made it nice and toasty. Steven's wood was good quality -- dried properly, so I had no trouble splitting it to make some dry kindling (everything around the site was wet wet wet from the snow and the rain I arrived in). The camp potty was...well, as described. It's camping, not a hotel, you know? Due to the temperature and rain, I didn't use the furniture, but Steven left snowshoes on site that I used for hiking, and the trails around the property were well-marked and pretty, with trees (well, yeah), some interesting rock formations (Steven mentioned two different types of granite across the width of the property) and a pretty vigorous little creek draining the hill the property is on. You will want snow tires, chains, or AWD to get up the last bit of the hill (I couldn't) -- but the walk's not bad if your car can't handle the steep bit. Steven did come by, so it wasn't quite no-contact, but he was masked and stayed a safe distance, and talked about the lengths he goes to clean between guests, so no covid concerns on my part. Awesome stay, and I'm likely to look for another date to take the kids this time!
A campsite birthday!
The Lost Boys Hideout was just what our little family needed! We arrived later than expected on our first night and within minutes of arriving in the dark, Steven had stopped by to check on us and make sure we were navigating the site well. Very hospitable. We found the campsite to be very quaint and well equipped! We enjoyed quality family time, peace & quiet and some good old fashioned camping fun! We hope to visit again!