Rural area on quiet road. 800 acres of conservation land surround the area. Hiking trails available at the Peabody Mill Environmental area at end of road (1/2 mile away) and trails lead down to our property. Fairly level parking in our driveway/yard but only suitable for a camper under 25'. We have a 19' Roadtreck which works out fine.
Email or call to get address and availability.
Access down a dead end secondary road off RT 101 in Amherst, NH. It's up a slight incline but parking is in a fairly level space alongside but in front of the garage. Large rigs would have a hard time turning around so 25' is about max.
Can be parked on paved driveway next to garage.
Need to call or email first because we are in and out at different times. Do not just show up. Check that we'll be here first.
Super great hosts with lots of interesting stories to tell of there journeys. Our stay was short, no matter, they made us feel like family. If you enjoy hiking there are trails to explore in a conservation area just behind there home with interpretive signs along the way. The historic village of Amherst is less than 10 minutes away and a local winery just 5. We would definitely recommend this place. Thank you Bill and Candace.
Thank you Bill for your hospitality. You were not home but still, you made the arrangement very quickly so that we could spend the night at your place ! And what a place !!! A quiet place, with a deer on the yard to welcome us, in a great setting! I hope to be able to do the same for you in Quebec shortly.
Bill and Candace are truly amazing people. They went above and beyond in welcoming our family and making us all feel at home. Their space is great for a small vehicle, very quiet and secluded, and in an incredibly beautiful location. We loved visiting the nearby environmental center, hiking in the woods, and walking through nearby historic Amherst. Our entire family felt like we just wanted to stay with them forever. Such a great family. We REALLY hope to come back again and visit with them in the future. And the jam?...We ate that up in no time!
Bill and Candace made us truly welcome at their wonderful century+ home. We parked our little RoadTrek in front of theirs and enjoyed the solitude of the nice old New Hampshire area. These folks have traveled a lot and are wonderful conversationalists. We couldn't have been made more welcome. Thanks Camdace for taking us to the village to share a morning coffee before we left.