There are lots of open sandy areas, some wooded, some next to the beaver dams and brooks, some on top of hill with gorgeous mountain views and beautiful skies. Welcome to Wolf Swamp and neighboring Beaver ponds.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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Horses and mountains!
Beautiful spot. Future campers should know it’s a working horse farm and it’s very close to 93 (you can hear the highway) — but that did not deter from the privacy nor the beauty. Elle was a great host — helpful but gave us space to do what we wanted. All the firewood and materials for transport we could ever need. You should definitely bring your own table and chairs. We set up down in a meadow in the soft grass — so pretty! Porta Potty in horse barn very clean. Overall, a fantastic experience! Thank you!
A 5 start camp site
Great little farm to camp at! Everything was as described and I would definitely return! Brilliant views at sunset and sunrise, and on a clear night you can see every star in the sky
Starry, starry night
Great hosts.. We jumped in a booking before their season officially began and they were friendly, accommodating and gave us tons of extra wood and setup the firepit where we camped. The stars were absolutely incredible here at night! Someone else mentioned in a review that you could hear the highway and while true, as someone who typically is adverse to that sound while camping, it was pretty quiet at night and really had no negative effect on an awesome night of camping under the stars! This is a horse farm and hosts even offered us a chance to interact with the horses.. Thank you!
Great rustic stay
Wayne and Elle were great hosts and really friendly. They let us choose a campsite and we picked a great spot down in the field with a view of the horse barn plus a clean bathroom. Firewood was delivered each day and we had plenty of privacy all weekend and great stargazing at night
Wolf Swamp is a hobby farm at the end of a dirt road, just off I-93. Our site was tucked away in a far corner of the property, away from the owner's house and away from other campers. We were next to a beautiful beaver pond, where we listened to the frogs and birds as we fell asleep. As other reviewers have noted, you can hear traffic on I-93 from here, but that's not an issue for us. For this particular site, a high-clearance 4x4 is required for the last 100 feet of access lane, but a normal sedan could drive to most other sites on the property.
The owners were happy to maintain proper social distancing, chatting a bit when we arrived and when we filled a jug of water (the only water on the property is their kitchen sink, which is a minor inconvenience), and otherwise mostly keeping to themselves. They cut a load of firewood for us, and let us feed carrots to their friendly horses.
We would stay here again.
Extremely accommodating hosts. Blazed a trail for us to park our cars near the site. Provided a substantial amount of firewood without charging extra. Outhouses were very clean. Unfortunately, the noise from I-93, the basic nature of the campsite (w/o views or immediate access to meadow, water, etc.), and occasional buzz of ATVs and dirt bikes detracted from the experience somewhat.
Stayed here with my pop up camper while riding at Highland MTB park. Gnarly road on the way in, probably only good for campers shorter than 20 feet. Hosts are great and the zone is very private and natural. Would recommend a semi-capable car (just not a Prius).