Pitch your tent in the grass of a wildflower meadow. Hang in a hammock over the South Branch of the Waits River — and take adip in the swimming hole, while you're at it —or float in the adjacenteddy. The water is cool but refreshing!
The spot is quiet and remote, but it's just a 3-5 minute walk from our farmhouse, barn and garden. Riverside camping with fire pit suitable forContinue reading...
Pitch your tent in the grass of a wildflower meadow. Hang in a hammock over the South Branch of the Waits River — and take a dip in the swimming hole, while you're at it — or float in the adjacent eddy. The water is cool but refreshing!
The spot is quiet and remote, but it's just a 3-5 minute walk from our farmhouse, barn and garden. Riverside camping with fire pit suitable for cooking; We can provide a charcoal grill upon request.
Breakfast (coffee/tea, farm eggs, homemade sourdough bread, fresh organic garden veggies) and/or picnic lunches available for $10 per person upon request.
Horse people: Our location is a 10-minute drive from I-91 but surrounded by hilly dirt roads and trails that are excellent for riding. Property has ample trailer parking and lots of grazing area if you have portable fencing. Host is a longtime equestrian (sadly, no horses at home now) and happy to advise on local trails and dirt road loops etc. to help you plan your visit.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Trailer parking near site and grazing available if you bring portable fence.
Snowshoeing/XC Skiing in winter. 5 minutes to Northeast Slopes, old-school rope tow and T-bar for downhill skiing.
Natural features you'll find at River Meadow Farm Camp in Vermont.
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The vibe at River Meadow Farm Camp
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We had a great time camping at Hannah's! The camp is a short drive from Hannah's home down a grass path. We parked a minute or so from the site. The site was right next to a river. We couldn't see anyone from the site, but you can hear car noise. For us, it was perfect. We wanted a weekend in nature, but didn't want to deal with all the planning to be in the wilderness. We were able to sleep outside, play in the stream, relax in a hammock, and go into town for a sandwich. Our dog loved running in the grass and the stream. Hannah was amazingly accommodating. We were worried about lightening and she offered the barn for us to shelter in. We didn't end up needing it, but we felt better knowing it was an option. She also let us use a toilet in her house and provided us with directions to nearby hikes. We can't wait to go back!