Pitch your tent in one of several areas. You are a couple minute walk from the farmhouse and parking area. There's access to hiking trails, we are located 25 min away from Mt. Monadnock and there are several lakes within 20 min of driving. The camping areas are private. We have two running brooks thought the property that offer nice spots along its banks. Enjoy a nice dip in the col waters to freshen up. If you want to bathe, please use biodegradable soaps that won't be harmful to the environment.
During certain seasons we have grapes, blackberries, raspberries, peaches, and apples. We raise non-gmo fed pigs and poultry. We have a variety of pork cuts, sausages, bacon and farm fresh eggs available. We have 85 acres of forest, brooks, and open areas to forage from.
We next to two wildlife management areas. We have an abundance of deer, rabbits, birds, and occasionally you will come across bear, moose, and other wildlife.
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 1PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
The vibe at Richmond Hills
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We just came back from an excellent weekend at Crooked Creek Hollow Farm. Frank and Cayla have done a great job of creating a diverse, ecologically balanced farm, using natural methods to restore the native species. We arrived in the midst of heavy rains and microbursts which had continued for some time causing loss of power and downed trees in the area.. Nevertheless, the hosts honored our reservation and despite having to work that evening, gave us a detailed tour of the site. It was very fun to meet the pigs, which prefer to be outside in a “pig pile’ and learn more about the benefits of local, pastured raised foods which have far better nutrition than conventional products and we strive to support. We enjoyed taking a swim in the creek on the property, then set up our tent on a flat and well drained spot near a barn. The next day we purchased some of the farm’s pork and eggs, then had breakfast at The Pub in Keene, went for a hike up Mt. Cesar, and stopped in at the Monadnock Co-op. The drive from Boston is fairly fast too.