A private tent site carved in the woods near a small babbling brook. This site is not accessible by a vehicle. A short drive to whitewater rafting, tubing, ziplining, hiking, food and museums.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out Weeknight discount: 5% off
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Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Mountain bike trails 20 minutes from campsite.
Small motorized boating in the Deerfield River.........15 minutes from the camp site.
Several lakes and rivers to fish in locally.
The Ashfield Trail system traverses some of our land.
Kayaks and paddle boarding five minutes from your site. Tubing down the Deerfield River within 20 minutes from your site.
Snow mobile trail goes over our land. Down hill, tubing and snow boarding at Berkshire East Ski Area...............20 minutes f...Read more
Lake within 5 minutes drive from your site.
Whitewater rafting through Zoar Outdoor and CrabApple 15 to 20 minutes from your site.
Just walk outside your tent and possibly see a deer and her fawn. You will sleep along with the many chipmonks...........they w...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Little Creek Tent Site in Massachusetts.
Once you leave your car..........you will enter the forest. Your site is a hole carved out in the woods.
You will enter our own "little piece of heaven" when you drive down into our valley. Mountains and large hills surround us.
Prairie, meadow, or plain
You will park next to our lovely hayfield.
River, stream, or creek
Babbling creek next to the campsite.
The homestead is home to beautiful Icelandic sheep, chickens and ducks.
The vibe at Little Creek Tent Site
Places to see near Cozie Nook Homestead
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Helpful hosts, private camping!
The hosts are wonderful and very accommodating and the sites are well maintained and more private than we expected. We had a great time on your property! Thank you!
Clean private site
We loved our stay at this farm. Robyn and her husband are incredibly warm and friendly and their site was new and clean and very private. Even though it’s been a dry summer we could still hear the brook as we fell asleep. Loved it.
Camp site was clean and the owners are VERY accommodating, I got caught in rain and came back to my campsite stocked full of dry wood for me.
Very nice people and very easy to get to, it's right off rt 2.
The Cozie Nook Homestead is such a lovely place!! Tucked in the gorgeous hills of the Berkshires, this place is beyond peaceful. The hosts make you feel super welcome as soon as you arrive and help you with bringing your stuff to the camp site! The site itself is very secluded and private, a perfect spot to hang out in the woods with good company. I hope to come back soon!
Total privacy without compromises!
I should start out by saying that Robyn and Dennis were amazing hosts. Accommodating, helpful, friendly, informative, without imposing on our privacy. The site was an incredible improvement over traditional campgrounds in that it was secluded/private, and spacious, without compromising on features. Potable water, toilet, tables, chairs, firepit, cookware, no quiet hours, no compromises! The surrounding area is beautiful, and with multiple trails leaving right from the property, you can easily explore what the area has to offer on foot, or jump in your car and expand your access to everything the Berkshires has to offer.
Lovely little wooded site in the Berkshires! Robyn is a wonderful host who had everything you could need-- water, firewood, table and chairs, a kitchen box with supplies. It was so great.
The host were extremely nice!
The host were extremely nice and go the extra mile to make sure the site is perfect. We arrived to fresh water, washing station for hand and dish’s, picnic table, folding chairs and the driest fire wood and starter. The dry fire wood and starter make it easy for anyone to start a nice warm fire. It was a short walk up to the site where there is a flat gravel pad for the tent, steel fire pit and a little stream to listen to.
From the site the host told us about hiking trails you can walk to. They were great walking trails, we found an old stone bridge and stream for some great pictures.
They have sheep, goats and bunnies that we got to look and take some pictures.
We will be back and bring our friends.