Easily accessible from a dirt road, your shaded site overlooks an acre pond. You are surrounded by lawns, open fields and hills with a small barn across the road from you. The pastures support horses, cattle, sheep and chickens in your neighborhood. The ponds are both great for fishing, and the large one for swimming and canoeing as well. There are trails through the woods a
Easily accessible from a dirt road, your shaded site overlooks an acre pond. You are surrounded by lawns, open fields and hills with a small barn across the road from you. The pastures support horses, cattle, sheep and chickens in your neighborhood. The ponds are both great for fishing, and the large one for swimming and canoeing as well. There are trails through the woods and logging roads to be explored on foot or bike. A walk up to the top of the hill affords near-360-degree views.
[Note for RV/trailer users: We are at the top of a 1.7 mile hill, of which more than a mile is dirt and the last half die or so is steep. We do NOT recommend pulling anything up this hill with front wheel drive vehicles, especially in wet conditions. If there is any question, be sure to message us for more info.]
[Note for GPS-reliers: some GPS devices try to send people up the back side of the hill, which is not an adequate road for any RV or even some cars. Your route should take you to Beacon Hill Road via VT route 110. it should NOT take you to Beacon Hill Road via Brook Road!]
Guests are expected to observe full COVID-19 precautions. We cannot accept bookings from high-infection-rate areas at this time. When requesting to book our site, please tell me what county you're from so we can screen guests accordingly.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Very hilly terrain, most suitable for mountain biking.
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We loved and enjoyed the beautiful scenery and open fields overlooking the pond. The weather was great and no bugs to bother us. We swam in the pond on one of the hot days and it was very refreshing.
We’d loved to return again next year!
Thanks for the great place to relax and enjoy the Great Vermont outdoors!
Windswept acres is a beauty!
We needed a few days, not far away, to spend some time grieving our dog, Peace, who had passed away the week before. Windswept Acres was the perfect balm for our sad spirits. Having electric and potable water hookups made everything that much easier. Doc and Sarah were wonderful and kind. It is a glorious location overlooking the pond, fields and mountains and the weather was just right. We sat by the pond by day and the fire by night (wood provided by Doc, thank. you) and came home more centered. We can't thank you enough Doc and Sarah...We look forward to many stays at Windswept Acres.
We stayed here because of the reviews calling it “the best place I’ve ever camped”, and I have to say that I agree. The farm was beautiful and immaculately maintained and Sarah and Doc were fantastic hosts. My husband and I kept saying we were in paradise, and the kids loved it just as much as we did. We will definitely be back.
Beautiful, relaxing stay
Despite some rain, we had a very lovely 2 night stay. The property is absolutely beautiful and it's obvious how hard Doc works to maintain the land. We camped in our 25' RV and used their 30amp power which worked perfectly. They also provided a water hook up, but we didn't need it. We asked for a late check out and Doc was very nice about it. This is a beautiful, relaxing property and we hope to return.
Another great visit
This is our second visit to Windswept Acres. Sarah and Doc are great hosts, taking great care in offering a nice set-up for their camper guests. The property is spectacular with sunrise to sunset views over rolling hills. The town is extremely quiet, so you have to travel to find things to do. We did have a great stay with day trips to Stowe, Sugarbush, and Burlington/Lake Champlain.
We loved Windswept Acres. The camping area is very well set up and comfortable. The views are amazing and Doc and Sarah are very welcoming. Unfortunately, our time was cut short due to the nasty weather that blew in, but we will return for sure. Do yourselves a favor and book a night or more here.