Park your camper near a greenhouse, next to blueberries, in a wetland environment tor out with the Alpacas. Fresh eggs daily and veggies / fruit to pick seasonally. Within walking distance is a pancake house made fun for families. Plenty of walking/hiking available learn a little about organic farming if you like. If you like alpacas , spin or knit. Help w fiber gathering/ca
Park your camper near a greenhouse, next to blueberries, in a wetland environment tor out with the Alpacas. Fresh eggs daily and veggies / fruit to pick seasonally. Within walking distance is a pancake house made fun for families. Plenty of walking/hiking available learn a little about organic farming if you like. If you like alpacas , spin or knit. Help w fiber gathering/care of animals. Soooo much to do locally. Near Lake Winnisquam and Winnipesaukee. Come have fun! Campers can drive right to the site. I have 1 electrical hook up.
- Check in: After 6PM
- Check out: Before 4PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
You know what would make this trip even better?
Take advantage of these offers available to add to your trip to Paca Hill Farm - RV Hook up
It is five dollars per dozen farm fresh eggs
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
10 minutes away, Highland Mountain bike park, 75 ski hill dr., Tilton NH
Launch 10 minutes from site onto lake Winnisquam.
Smith river at Profile falls 20 minutes away. Rainbow trout
Bring canoe or kayak and explore the newly made beaver pond. Bring a fishing pole andsee if you catch anything
For an extra $5 per day you can use the ATV for supply runs anddumpster runs.
20 minutes away Mount Belknap and Mount Majot
20 minutes away, ellacoya state park
Blue herring, Beavers, Deer, Moose
Natural features you'll find at Paca Hill Farm - RV Hook up in New Hampshire.
Fields and wetland
River, stream, or creek
The vibe at Paca Hill Farm - RV Hook up
Places to see near PACA HILL FARM
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Happy paca campers!!
Our family of 4. Two adults and two kids (11 & 7) rolled up to camp Friday evening! Our host greeted us and escorted us right to our site. The homestead grounds were beautifully kept and green! The poppies and peoneys were beautiful! The host Rickey was so good to our girls! After an amazing. Breakfast Saturday morning they got to water some al pacas and feed the chickens. After dinner she gave each of my girls a basket to hunt for eggs in the coop! The day we were leaving out host brought left over food to our camp in baskets so our girls would not miss the chance to feed the chickens again before we left. The is not just a camp ground. Come prepared to see a beautiful homestead and enjoy top notch hospitality! Thanks Ricky and we look forward to visiting you again!!
My husband and I stayed here with our 28-year-old daughter for two nights. Ulrike goes above and beyond to make sure that everyone is getting to experience all aspects of her beautiful farm. My adult daughter even loved getting a chance to feed the alpacas and pick some blueberries. It was fun to watch the young families enjoying helping with the care of all the animals. We got up early Saturday morning and headed to Franconia Notch to hike the 9 mile Franconia Ledge trail loop. It was a gorgeous trail but quite busy with many hikers. Enjoyed the Sunday morning breakfast for all the campers before we headed home. We definitely recommend Paca Hill Farm.
Cute place to stay
This was such a fun place to stay at! Perfect if you have kids or just love animals. We had a great time feeding the Alpacas 🦙 The farm is in perfect condition and the pancake house a walk away is delicious 😋
One of the best places I've camped! The farm is large with wonderful dogs (and a new kitty!) who will say hello to you, and the alpacas were so entertaining to watch. Ulrike had everything we could need for a successful trip - including a delicious breakfast and hot coffee in the morning. Highly recommend Paca Hill Farm!