This place was straight out of a story book. Nestled back among the vibrant fall foliage, it was hard not to feel like you were in a different world. It's the perfect place to write, reflect, and spend time with ones thoughts.
Mary is a kind soul who cares deeply about her farm, and the type of experience her guests have. She supplies everything you could possibly need to properly enjoy yourself. 11/10 experience.
If you're looking for a place to get away from the tourists, but still want to experience the beauty of Maine, this is it. Pristine land, and immense solitude.
My favorite part of the property is the lake that it sits next to. Be sure to take the kayak out for sunset, or sunrise. Absolutely breathtaking.
This place is perfect in every way. Tucked away in the woods of New Hampshire, you really feel the energy of the area. Amy cares a lot about this place and it shows.
Right down the street is a small town with a great coffee shop (Tamorth Lyceum), and many hiking trails. This listing is located near the white mountains, and that is a must visit spot for any outdoor enthusiast. Would definitely stay here again.
Kerry's land is special in that you enter a new world upon arrival. She informs you of everything you need to know, and insures that you feel at home. Whether you visit alone or with friends, you're bound to enjoy yourself.
Beech Hollow is one of those places that leaves one without words. Hand built by the owner, the hut is rich with details, and created with the intention for mindfullness, and escapism. The creator William, is one of the most accomplished wood workers that I've come across. He hand built the log cabin he lives in, as well as his studio/workshop. In the morning, I met up with William who gave me a tour of his studio, as well as his own home. William and his wife Sharon were some of the most welcoming people I've met. They shared stories of their past and made me a nice breakfast consisting of homemade bread, and eggs from their hens on the property. Definitely one of the most memorable trips I've taken. If you're looking for a place with great energy, this is the one.
One of the coolest trips I've ever taken. This place is a hidden gem, and one that I feel lucky to have experienced. The hike in is strenuous, but the reward is something you can't really put into words. There's a certain energy up on that mountain, that is unique, and draws you in. It's one of those places you just have to visit to understand. Our host Blake, did everything he could to make sure our stay was perfect. He gave us a tour, kept the cabin warm, gave us the history on the cabins, and made us breakfast in the morning. He's passionate about being up there and it shows. The weather wasn't on our side, but the good times were. I will 100% be coming back again.
Upon our arrival we were welcomed right into Kimberleys home. From the second we stepped out of the car we felt like family. That's all I needed to feel to know we were in for a great experience. Kimberley is the type of host you wish you always came across. She showed us her land, shared her story with us, and made us coffee and muffins (amazing muffins) in the morning. For a campsite listing, you get much more than a campsite. Kimberley also gives you access to her home, and a safe place to get away from the noise. Would definitely come back.
Upon our arrival we were greeted by the friendly face of Janice. Janice, and her husband built their dreams on this land, and her passion for the work she does shines through the property. Our cabin was equipped with everything we needed to have a great time. My favorite aspect of our stay was the diverse range of animals that were present. Dogs, kittens, goats, horses, and a friendly pig. Janice made sure we felt at home, and even brought us along to do some farm activities. If you want a great weekend experience, make a visit here.
This is a great place to get away from the noise of the city. Neal, made sure I was taken care of, and that I was aware of everything going on on his property. From horses, to shooting stars, Cedar Hill Farm has everything you need to escape. Build a fire, set up a hammock, go fishing, etc. There's a lot to do here, and it's off the grid just enough to ensure a great weekend away from the norm. Neal is new to Hipcamp, but I see his property becoming a popular spot over the next few years. 10/10 experience.
Clearview Farms is a place with a lot of opportunity. Marie is from Manchester England, and moved over to the US 12 years ago to build a horse farm and pursue her dreams in the world of horse shows. Maries land is in the early stages of being accommodating to camping, but there is land to camp on. I set up my tent right next to the pond and enjoyed a nice fire during sunset. My favorite aspect was definitely the horses, and seeing all of the work that goes into running a horse farm. If you're looking for a night away, Clearview just might be for you.