Hidden Meadow tent site is accessed by it's own bridge across a stream. Campers are alone in a small meadow with picnic table, fire pit and a tent platform. Wild berries and apples are often ripe there during the camping season
Four Springs Farm is a working organic farm on a beautiful west-facing hillside in central Vermont. Tent and cabin camping sites are tucked away in private corners of the farm with centrally located toilets and hot showers. A picnic pavilion, which has a spectacular view of the valley and the hills of the Green Mtns, is available for group gatherings and.celebrations. Visitors are invited to tag-along-on-chores, pick their own veggies with one of the farmers and explore the seventy acres of fields, streams, and woods. Guests will be dazzled by star-studded skies, treated to spectacular sunsets, and entertained by the two young farm cats. The farm is mosquito free but inhabited by millions of fireflies. It's nature's playground at her best.
- 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
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
The vibe at Hidden Meadow Tent Site
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This campsite is a awesome. Sunrise through upon the meadow and your campsite and just enough openness for a good breeze in the afternoons, while still feeling comfy and secluded.
A quick walk from amenities is definitely convenient as well.
Great campsite. Beautiful fields on a quiet hillside with star filled skies. Friendly chickens. Nearby river for swimming. Cute town with general store and restaurant with local organic food. Skip the hotels and camp!
Great weekend at Hidden Meadow campsite. Hosts were friendly and helpful and we were visited regularly by the cats. My 3 year old granddaughter really enjoyed the animals , and composed a song called " My Perfect Campsite". My only suggestion to to be sure you pack efficiently because its a little distance from parking to campsite. But I still give the experience 5 stars.
This is a lovely spot on a beautiful working farm in central Vermont. Jinny is a delightful host; just enough integration into the farm and hand-off manner to let us have a family weekend in her secluded meadow. The facilities are a bonus (hot showers!). We would definitely stay here again when in the area. Thanks Jinny!
Ginny's farm is in a truly beautiful part of Vermont, and her campsites are some of the best maintained sites that I've ever stayed at. The Hidden Meadow site is tucked away in a small meadow across a bridge that Ginny's sons built to access it. There's a platform, fire ring and picnic table, and the birds in the morning make it sound like you're in the middle of the Vermont rainforest. It's totally secluded, more so than any of the other sites (that's why it's "hidden"). The bathrooms are perfectly maintained, and there are even two showers. There's great drinking water as well, and a pavilion for rent if you're in a bigger group. The farm itself is right near South Royalton, which has some great places to eat if it's raining! Can't wait to go back!
Jinny's site was easy to find, and had a beautiful view of the mountains. The site was quiet and separate from other campers with a nice fire pit all to our selves. I would recommend thinking twice if you're not a cat person, though, there were 2 who were very interested in our dinner. Firewood was provided on site and the platform for our tent was perfect for our 4 person tent.
When you are there realize that the people who are staying in the yurt are very unfriendly. We went to see the goats on the farm and they were not happy about it. They were rude and unfriendly. Don't go near the goats or their yurt.
Such a nice place to stay. Charming farm grounds. Platforms make setting up a tent easy. Beautiful paths along fields for short walks. Great bathroom/shower facility, and delicious drinking water. Would definitely return another time!