HOWL (Huntington Open Women's Land) is a secluded 50 acres of conserved land including forest, meadows, agricultural pasture, a house and a barn. We welcome women and girls of all ages, regardless of birth gender, and all children through age 10 inclusive. Campsites are located in our meadows. We have beautiful southwest-facing mountain views, great sunsets, and hiking &
HOWL (Huntington Open Women's Land) is a secluded 50 acres of conserved land including forest, meadows, agricultural pasture, a house and a barn. We welcome women and girls of all ages, regardless of birth gender, and all children through age 10 inclusive. Campsites are located in our meadows. We have beautiful southwest-facing mountain views, great sunsets, and hiking & snowshoeing trails. We are adjacent to Camel's Hump State Park. We are 40 minutes from Burlington, 45 minutes from Montpelier, & 50 minutes from Middlebury. You will be camping at a grassy, mowed site in a field. Each site is a 2-4-minute walk from the house, so you will have complete privacy.
List of Campsites (sites marked with * have full sun):
1 - Bee Balm * (backyard behind house)
2 - Goldenrod * (side meadow, left @ fire pit, near pond, 2 min)
3 - Queen Anne (behind Memorial Garden, 2 min)
4 - Wombyn (main meadow, 3 min)
5 - Granddaughter Tree (Red Maple) * (upper meadow, 3-4 min)
6 - Milkweed * (upper meadow, just beyond Red Maple, 3-4 min)
Tent Platform (upper meadow, 3-4 min) - To book the Tent Platform, go to our other Hipcamp listing: "HOWL Tent Platform"
See our Photos for a map with campsites and landmarks.
Facebook: Huntingtonopenwomensland | Website: howlvt.org
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 9 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
From our land, you can take a trail to the Catamount Trails. The Long Trail goes through Huntington, including beautiful Camel'...Read more
From our land, you can take a trail to the Catamount Trails for XC skiing and snowshoeing.
Many species of birds, insects, and other creatures abound on our property!
Natural features you'll find at HOWL Meadow in Vermont.
The vibe at HOWL Meadow
Places to see near Huntington Open Women's Land
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When can we come back?
HOWL is an incredible place, and Michele and Lani were wonderful and welcoming Hosts.
You drive up a steep, unpaved road right to the end, park your car near the main house, and then enter this gorgeous conservation area run by amazing women!
We pitched our tent on top of the property, overlooking the rolling green hills -- there are a couple places to choose from on this property. Ours was a short (less than a minute!) walk to the AMAZING outhouse (complete with reading material), water, and fire pit. We experienced total solitude as we were the only Hipcampers, cooked over a fire, sat by the pond, went to bed early and woke up to the music of songbirds.
This is a truly special place, we're already planning our return trip.
The Huntington Open Women’s Land is an absolutely gorgeous place to stay, with an inspiring mission. The property is beautiful, and contains extensive trail systems with access to Vermont mountains. Also, there was a pond, a big firepit area with lots of chairs, and many areas to choose from for setting up our tent. The hosts are very kind and helpful. We had a lovely time staying here, and hope to come back!
Fantastic experience at howl
Our group had a wonderful time at HOWL. The land was absolutely beautiful and well cared for, the women who greeted us were kind and helpful, and the campsite was perfect. No complaints at all -- we only wish we had stayed longer!