We have a nice private location on our seventeen acres in rural Richmond NH. Plenty of room for you to stretch out with you screen house, tent or canopy next to your own fire pit. No electricity or water on site but if your water tank is low you can fill up at our house or stop by to use our internet or phone and have tea with us. The site is right next to a Pond and you will be our guest for swimming or you can fish for bass from shore, canoe, kayak or your small boat. The property around the lake is undeveloped so it's still prestine. There is a public boat ramp at the end of the road and only small engines are allowed on the lake. We are on a well maintained gravel dead end road with only two full time residents. Large level spot with enough space for more than one big RV. We have free fire wood so you can leave yours home and not break any state laws. You can explore our woods and sit on our big rock or do nothing at all. This is a great place for you to hang your hat for a while and feel safe. We live within walking distance so you may walk up, sit in our flower garden and use the high speed internet to plan your next adventure.
We have town beach guest passes for you to use, it is monitored and is carry in carry out. Use of picnic tables are for eating only. No large boats or motors allowed on the lake. Temporary fishing licenses are available close by. Do not break the law and bring any firewood we have more than you can burn for free. If you plan to have guest please let us know. Please let us know if anything we can do to make your stay better.
We are off NH RTE 119 that has just been repaved on a well maintained wide gravel dead end road with only two permanent households and one is family and they are campers too.
There is more than enough room for you to park your tow or dingy vehicles near your RV.
We are usually around to answer any questions but we won't bother you if you would like to be left alone.
Mount Monadnock a 3200 foot elevation mountain is less than 1/2 hr away. This is the most climbed mountain in the US with many trails and great views of the Monadnock region. A short drive south on Rte 32 is Tully Lake with hiking trails, frisbee golf and boating. Farther south is Quabin resovoir with nesting eagles.
If you like covered bridges Cheshire County has five of them all within fifteen minutes or less. Just don’t try to drive your RV through one.
Keene NH the county seat is twenty minutes north with its picturesque downtown with fine dining, Colonial Theatre, art and pumpkin festivals. Keene is where Jumanji with Robin Williams was filmed. You can also eat cheap at McDonald's, Applebee's, Five Guys, ect. There is also a free dumping station at the Keene Airport that is open early on weekdays.
Propane is10 minutes west at Aubuchon hardware in Winchester NH and the lowest price for gas is there too. We can also give you directions to our favorite restaurant that has been serving up the best fried clams and chicken nuggets for over fifty years.
Cheshire County was featured on Cronicle Boston, you can watch the episode here:
We stayed with Lake Buffalo for a couple of nights in early October and were delighted by the spot, which was close to a gorgeous lake and very quiet and secluded. Our host was friendly, kind and a great source of local knowledge and went above and beyond to help us. It was an absolute pleasure to stay there.
Spent a wonderful 3 days dry camping. Our hosts were very responsive to email and met us on arrival to the camping site. They took the time to welcome us and brief us on the region, where to go for groceries, and where to go have coffee. The location is in beautiful New Hampshire with Brattleboro Vermont to the West and Covered Bridge country and Keene To the North. Quiet and secluded, it was a wonderful spot to relax, have a campfire and enjoy nature. We'd love to stay here again and recommend it highly!
Response time was super for our last minute holiday weekend getaway. Our host was extremely accommodating, helpful, and offered us many helpful tips while at the same time leaving us to enjoy the quiet solitude of the camp site.