Located off a dirt road, tucked into a corner of our working homestead, you'll find a space to set-up camp and just be.
With miles of trails and forest, find the perfect place to put your tent.
We have a spot that's been working well for our HipCampers - in the forest (but not too far from your car!) with plenty of privacy, room for a tent, and a small fire pit.
Upon request we will provide potable water.
This site does not have an outhouse. We ask that all campers follow "Leave No Trace" best practices.
Dogs welcome. We expect you'll clean-up after them in a reasonable manner. Please be mindful our chickens are free range. We also ask that you don’t leave them on the site unattended.
Trash is carry in/carry out.
We also have a geodesic dome site available - complete with queen size bed, linens, cook stove, and composting outhouse. Find us under "Geodesic Dome at Quarry Brook."
Our goal is to make the joy of slowing down and connecting accessible to all. Much of our free time is spent with our hands in the dirt. We raise a diverse variety of animals and produce to provide for ourselves and our community. We have a variety of goods available throughout the year - so please let us know if you would be interested in our eggs, garlic, squash, or meats to enjoy here or take home! Learn more about us at quarrybrook.com.
We have two wonderful dogs, Bodhi and Chaco. You might also see one of our three cats roaming around during your stay. All of our fur-friends are friendly, sociable, and very loving.
There's a million reasons we've chosen this area to call home. Spend your time just being, or explore the many farms, restaurants, galleries, shops, and activities Southern Vermont has to offer.
We’re located 5 miles from downtown Putney where you’ll find Next Stage Arts, Yellow Barn International Music Center, and the Sandglass Theater. We also have a great food co-op, general store, and a few restaurants.
If you’re looking for a hike with a great view, it’s absolutely worth checking out Putney Mountain and The Pinnacle. Easily hiked in a couple of hours or less.
We’re 17 miles from Brattleboro - where you’ll find a larger variety of restaurants and local shops. We’re also blessed with a year-round farmers market - which is not to be missed!
We’re passionate about good quality food and supporting our local farmers and businesses. We would love the opportunity to recommend some of our favorite spots.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
The vibe at Camp at Quarry Brook
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We really enjoyed our time at Tara and Nick’s Quarry Brook camp. Tara is very good at communication which is a key asset for a Hip-Camp host. She messaged us regularly with details on the site and to check in. She also provided potable water and camp chairs at the site which was thoughtful. There is a private, clean quarry nearby for swimming which was ideal given the heat wave of the weekend, and a waterfall not far away too. We found the site to be flat and comfortable and enjoyed the sounds of animals such as owls and a rooster. We also enjoyed the town diner and general store, and a took a trip to Brattleboro to visit the food co-op and bookstores. Highly recommended.
I enjoyed staying at this isolated camping spot. The site is a short walk downhill into the forest (about 5 minutes or so). Tara was an amazing host checking in with us and answering any questions we had. I would definitely come back again!
If you arrive at night make sure you have a strong flashlight or headlamp. Once you are in the forest you cannot see your hand in front of you.
You can use wood found in the forest for campfires!
Quarry Brook was awesome! The site is very private and there were hiking trails through the woods. The quarry was amazing. It was a great place to swim and relax. Tara was on vacation but made sure that somebody left water for me. I would definitely recommend staying at Quarry Brook
My brother and I had an epic motorcycle camping weekend. What a spot to spend the weekend. The campsite was private and tucked into the woods. Awesome firepit and nice trees to hang our camping hammocks! But it would have been just as good for a tent. Tara and family were awesome. They let us shelter in their garage during a thunderstorm! The swimming hole is pretty awesome as well. Tara also provided a big jug of water and a cooler!