We only spent two nights, but the weather and the location was splendid. Not only did our host meet us upon our arrival, but he suggested some places we could visit. I would recommend this place while visiting Vermont.
Site Has Available:
We will be in and out until July 1 when we expect to take off RV'ing. But you are still welcome to camp on the property and there is a sign explaining parking, water and electric. There is also a caretaker that mows the lawns and the fields are planted to corn and alfalfa and will be harvested by a local. Our niece will also be living in the house until early August.
Access Road Conditions
About 4 miles of good town dirt road
Sundown Farm is located 12 miles from Middlebury, Vermont, close to Lake Champlain. Level field parking with expansive views, water and electric available for a donation.
Suggested Local Attractions
Middlebury has lots of interesting things to do. TAM is a hiking trail around Middlebury, Lake Champlain also has many attractions. One can also hike or walk on our property or on the little used town road.
About Sundown Farm
In A Few Words...
A Little More Detail
I go by Dick, am an active pilot, SCORE volunteer, serve on local non profit boards. Skier, music lover, hiker, still help our son and daughter in law with their running of Timberlock, a summer family vacation resort on Indian Lake in the Adirondacks. My wife has Alzheimers but is still doing quite well and we are able to travel and boat. This summer we will be heading west with a friend in our truck camper. Also do a fair amount of woodworking in my barn shop. As a former resort owner, there is not much in the way of people and families that we have not experienced. We like people. Have also done a fair amount of boating in our pocket trawler on Lake Champlain and as far as the Bahamas.
Favorite Boondocking Locations
This will be our first summer traveling with our new rig. Montana with friends is out primary destination.
Sundown Farm's Pets
Sunny a 100 lb Yellow Lab. There also may be a few horses on the farm that belong to Timberlock, our family's Adirondack summer resort now run by son and daughter in law.