Our NH sites, an hour north of Boston, are huge and amply spaced. The conservation land nearby provides mountain and pond views with hiking trails. There is a brook to wade in and let your dog play in. Mount Watatic is a 10 minute drive from the farm and Mount Monadnock is a short drive. The artsy town of Peterborough, NH, is located 25 minutes north and there are state par
Our NH sites, an hour north of Boston, are huge and amply spaced. The conservation land nearby provides mountain and pond views with hiking trails. There is a brook to wade in and let your dog play in. Mount Watatic is a 10 minute drive from the farm and Mount Monadnock is a short drive. The artsy town of Peterborough, NH, is located 25 minutes north and there are state parks, lakes and ponds in the area.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Lakes nearby for boating.
Lakes and ponds nearby for fishing.
Many mountains and trails nearby for hiking.
Pond and lakes nearby for kayaking and canoeing.
Lakes and ponds nearby for swimming. Willard Brook State Park, Townsend, MA Dunn State Park, Gardner, MA Edward MacDowell Lake,...Read more
Wildlife spotted on the property: Deer, geese, foxes, turtles, and the occasional bear, coyote and moose.
Natural features you'll find at Wishing Stone Farm in Massachusetts.
Property abuts conservation land.
Views of Mount Watatic from the conservation land. Mount Watatic trailhead is a 10 minute drive from the campground.
Pond on the property.
Small, rural farm. No livestock, just gardens and a dog. Plenty of wildlife including geese, ducks, deer, fox, and turtles.
Level, dirt driveway.
The vibe at Wishing Stone Farm
Places to see near David L.’s Land
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A wish come true at wishing stone
Such a nice weekend! This was our first Hipcamp experience and it was a good one. David and Tara were gracious and welcoming hosts, and Jasper (their big puppy) is a sweeheart. They were a fount of information regarding local hikes, parks and possible activities. We felt at home and at peace at Wishing Stone.
Dave and Tara were so warm and welcoming! Their land has a few sites, and each one has its own picnic table. The port-a-potty was so clean! We plan on returning next year for sure, if not later this season.
David and Tara were great hosts and the site was perfect. We easily pulled in with our little teardrop and had a nice site just above the pond. At night, we fell asleep to the frogs and crickets. There are a host of trails into the forrest just off the edge of the field where we spent our day hiking. Highly recommended. We’ll be back.
Awesome and private.
Beautiful and private camp spot on the back portion of the property. Adjoins public lands with hiking trails just yards from where we camped. David and Tara were amazing hosts, asking me if I needed anything and pointed out some nice places to visit in the area. Will definitely stay here again. The highlight of the stay was a hike up Mt. Watatic, it only took me a few minutes to drive to the trail head from my camp spot.
Quiet peaceful place
Our site was tucked away behind the pines just above the pond. Mt Pisgah State Park was just up the road. Very clean and well kept camp site. Next time we’ll try the edge of the field. Highly recommended.