Hipcamp host Ted & Liza F.
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Set in a lush evergreen forest, living moss carpets the entire forest floor as a seasonal spring-fed brook bubbles nearby. Hike in 10-15 minutes from the parking area to pitch your tent along our Long Loop hiking trail. This site offers a level tent site and your own private stone campfire ring.  Though other visitors may happen by, this site is out of sight of the others. 

Campsite area
Bring your own tents
1 site
Up to 4 guests per site
Hike in
No ADA access
Essentials
Campfires allowed
Pets allowed
No toilet
Amenities
No potable water
No kitchen
No showers
No picnic table
No wifi
Pack it out
  • Check in: After 2PM
  • Check out: Before 12PM
  • Cancellation policy: Moderate
  • On arrival: Go straight to camp
  • Minimum nights: 1 night
  • Accepts bookings: 6 months out
  • Weeknight discount: 20% off

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Off-Grid Living

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Activities

Offered on the Host's property or nearby.

Biking

Kingdom Trails, one of the premier MTB centers in the nation is less than an hour drive. Excellent road biking accessible right...Read more

Boating

Several nearby lakes, rivers, and reservoirs: Lake Eden, Missisquoi River, Lake Memphremagog, Green River Reservoir, and Lake C...Read more

Fishing

Several nearby lakes, rivers, and reservoirs: Lake Eden, Missisquoi River, Lake Memphremagog, Green River Reservoir, and Lake C...Read more

Hiking

Over 5 miles of private hiking trails range from easy wildflower meadow walks, to more challenging rolling paths through our wo...Read more

Paddling

The Missisquoi River has several popular put-ins and scenic stretches to paddle. Nearby lakes and beaver ponds offer flat water...Read more

Wind sports

Sailing and windsurfing are popular on nearby lakes Willoughby and Memphremagog, and on Lake Champlain an hour away.

OHV

Many trails nearby, however they don't start on our property. We can accommodate vehicles with trailers during your stay. A val...Read more

Climbing

Hazens Notch, Lake Willoughby(ice climbing), Wheeler Mountain, and Smugglers' Notch are all within an hour or less drive. Indoo...Read more

Snow sports

Snowshoes are welcome on our trails. We generally groom about 1.5 miles of the available 5 mile trail network. Distance to Ski...Read more

Surfing

We live in a land locked state sooo... But the Waterpark at nearby Jay Peak Resort DOES have a standing wave FlowRider that is ...Read more

Swimming

Public access beach areas at: Lake Eden, Lake Memphremagog, and Lake Champlain. Splashing and cooling off along our stretch of ...Read more

Whitewater paddling

Gihon River - Johnson, VT Guided canoe trips with some rapids are also offered on the nearby Lamoille River in the next river s...Read more

Wildlife watching

We regularly see many species of birds such as birds-of-prey, Great Blue Herons, songbirds, and hear the evening song of the Wh...Read more

Terrain

Natural features you'll find at Moss Forest - Primitive Campsite in Vermont.

Beach

Public beach access can be found at nearby lakes. Lake Eden - 10 minute drive Crystal Lake - 20 minute drive Lake Memphremagog...Read more

Forest

We have a 30 acre stand of mature Eastern White Pines with much of the remaining 100 acres of woodland a mix of successional Ma...Read more

Lake

Lake Eden - 10 minute drive Crystal Lake - 20 minute drive Lake Memphremagog - 30 minute drive Lake Willoughby - 30 minute dri...Read more

Mountainous

We are located in the heart of the northern Green Mountains. Vermont isn't flat and our land and trails aren't either. We have ...Read more

Prairie, meadow, or plain

The visitor parking area is within an everblooming meadow of a variety of native wildflowers.

River, stream or creek

In addition to the Missisquoi River and Ace Brook, there are several un-named springs and spring-fed streams in the nooks and c...Read more

Swimming hole

The Missisquoi River and Ace Brook have a couple of spots to submerge yourself within walking distance. A variety of larger swi...Read more

Waterfall

We have several streams that have small waterfall areas on them. Though picturesque, these are not streams large enough to swim...Read more

Wetlands

Several working Beaver Ponds on the property along with the surrounding wetlands. Spring Peepers and Tree Frogs sing among the ...Read more

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Property
North of Eden Woods
State
Vermont
$15/night
1 Site
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