In the middle of the > 150 mt. biking Kingdom Trails, Camp in a hay field, or a grassy spot under some pine trees. Views of Burke Mtn, Kirby Ridge, Willougby's Gap, and easy access to KT trail heads. You can easily access some of the more famous trails, such as Sidewinder, Tody's Tour. The field is behind a spa, and you can pay to use the showers and hot tub at certain times of day. You can also use a communal fire pit, sandwiches available for purchase on Fridays and Saturdays. No fires or grills in the hay field itself.
Part of the field is wheelchair friendly. Not every site is accessible. There are also accessible showers and bathrooms inside the spa. Please let us know when you book, if your plans include being wheelchair accessible.
If you think you want a massage, we recommend booking in advance. Look for Serenityspa.us to book.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
The vibe at Serenity Field
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After our first day at Serenity Field, I caught my boyfriend looking at real estate prices in the area. Situated right off the Kingdom Trails network – we rode straight from our campsite - the spa grounds are a peaceful oasis, with enough amenities to help even the dirtiest, hungriest mountain biker feel human again.
We rolled in at dusk and were greeted warmly by host Susan and a gang of her family and friends, who were sitting around the firepit. They helped us get settled into our campsite and made us feel right at home.
If you’re coming to this neck of the woods, odds are you’re at least something of a mountain bike enthusiast. I promise you this: You won’t be disappointed here. There are plenty of level, grassy tent sites to choose from. Near the (nice, clean) port-a-potty, Susan has set up a bike wash station complete with a bin of rags to use. The patio provides a great place to relax and on the weekends, you have access to a café with food and drink for sale. The best part, though, is that you can leave your car keys in the tent if you’d like, and ride the extensive trail network – including trails to town – right from here.
Highly recommend if you’re coming to the Northeast Kingdom and looking for a place to pitch your tent!
Susan was an outstanding host. Excellent location. Extremely close to Kingdom trail system, your right in the middle of most of the trails where you can start right from the campsite. Head west and hit the 3 T’s, and Sidewinder. Head east and hit Jaw and you can also get to town. 10 min drive to Burke. I setup camp under the trees which was a nice way to relax after a day of riding, watching the sunset fall behind the mountains.
Highly recommended, I would definitely come again!
Beautiful views from three well-separated campsites cut into an expansive hay field. As a first-time Hipcamp user, the experience far surpassed any group campground and was truly serene. Susan, the host, as well as her staff, were welcoming and hospitable. Campers can opt to book a massage or spa activity after a hike or ride, and hot tub use is available for small fee. Potable water and bike wash station. Beautifully kept grounds. Kingdom trails are outside the door, and hikes and lake swims abound. Gorgeous property and fantastic experience; will be returning! Thank you, Susan!