5 miles from the Missiquoi Rail Trail Trails for biking and hiking Campsite on a stream Audubon Certified Bird Habitat & Carbon Offset Farm Quiet Secluded with spectacular mountain views including Canada Located off a dead end dirt road on a 400+ acre family owned Maple Sugar Farm
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Bliss Field Campsite in Vermont.
The vibe at Bliss Field Campsite
Places to see near Sugar Shack
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We had a great stay in Richford. The site was just off of a dead-end road next to a little stream with a small pool. Jessica was very communicative and prompt, checking in with us to make sure we had everything we needed. The town of Richford was only a short drive away and we found a nice river spot to hang out at. There are also lots of sugaring roads to walk around near the site. Very convenient!
Staying on a maple farm for a night was an awesome experience. I had my dog with me and we walked around all the trails. The property was endless. It is a family owned farm that has been passed on through generations. The whole family was incredibly kind. Also, the spring that they have was definitely a huge highlight. They even have a small swimming hole about 3 feet deep.
I definitely will be ordering my maple syrup from than place from now on.
Beautiful and private
We had a great stay here for the night! It was a private site, slightly tucked away from the gravel road. Plenty of room for our two vehicles and four tents. We went on a walk up the road which was full of beautiful views. The site itself had a table, fire pit, and firewood along with bark and newspaper in a plastic bin. We brought our compost bucket along but no need because they had one to use. There is a stream with a small pool next to the site which is nice to take a quick dip in to cool off in the summer heat. Side note: I have Verizon and my phone was connecting to a Canadian cell tower so definitely don’t really on cell coverage. This is what we expected so we were fully prepared to be off the grid. We would definitely stay again. Thanks Jessica!
A true nature experience
This site has a lot going for it. The site itself was perfect. Best fire pit I have used yet. The star gazing at night is unparalleled. A short walk down a path from the campsite leads to an amazing bird and wildlife watching area, that the host herself has cultivated. We biked the Missisquoi Valley Rail Trail, which terminates less than 5 miles away.
Jessica was an awesome host, and we ended up chatting at length about this land, the region's history, and its impact on wildlife and the environment at large. Jessica also has a great maple sugaring operation if you want learn more about that. So for us, it ended up being a very educational trip as well!