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Camp Open May-October

AN INCREDIBLE EXPERIENCE AWAITS!

Our fully furnished tents have everything you need, including king-sized beds, electricity, wi-fi, & heat/AC. All tents have mini kitchens & ensuite bathrooms. Cook your favorite dinner at your tent-side gas grill & dine each evening on your very own covered tent deck.  Relax with a refreshing beverage or toast marshmallows at your private fire pit under the stars.

Complimentary amenities included in nightly rates for all tents: 

  • daily coffee bar 

  • Continental breakfast weekdays- Full breakfast Saturday & Sunday only

  • gas BBQ grill, propane

  • towels & bath products

  • king-sized bed, down pillows & luxury bedding

  • mini kitchen (fridge, microwave, coffeemaker, dinner/cookware/utensils)

  • wifi, electricity, heat/ac

  • tent-side smokeless fire pit (*generous firewood bundles w/firestarters available for purchase at $8/bundle

The Cutler​ 

  • 320 sq. ft. tent with king-sized bed 

  • ensuite (incinerator) toilet, but no ensuite shower 

    • Bathhouse with showers & flushing toilets short walk from this tent

  • site offers privacy, shade and northwest views of pond & sunsets​; approx. 30 ft. from pond edge

The CUTLER tent is named after George Lewis Cutler (1825-1911), a successful sheep farmer on Parker Hill until the collapse of the wool market. He would later purchase what is now our farm, where he kept apple orchards and raised turkeys.

​The Harlow

  • 384 sq. ft. tent with king-sized bed & plenty of room to add a twin bed for an extra adult 

  • ensuite (incinerator) toilet, but no ensuite shower 

    • Bathhouse with showers & flushing toilets short walk from this tent​

  • our most private site; north facing, nice shade, approx. 30 ft. from pond edge

The HARLOW tent is named after Levi Harlow Sr. (1745-1832), builder and first owner of our farmhouse (c.1790) and the first brickmaker in the Parker Hill historic district.

The Walker 

  • 320 sq. foot tent with king-sized bed 

  • ensuite flushing toilet & shower

  • site closest to outdoor kitchen & game area (horseshoes, cornhole, etc.); great views of sunsets, alpaca pastures & pond (approx. 50 ft. from pond edge)

The WALKER tent is named after Leonard Walker (1775-1864), a noteworthy resident of Parker Hill, serving as a local legislator, as well as being a successful blacksmith and tavern owner.

The Fletcher 

  • 320 sq. foot tent with king-sized bed ensuite flushing toilet & shower

  • site faces west, offering great sunset & pond views with late afternoon shade ; approx. 40 ft. from pond edge

The FLETCHER tent is named after Ebenezer Fletcher (1770-1843), a talented carpenter and farmer who built his first home at the age of 20 and had the largest barn on Parker Hill.

The Parker 

 

  • 384 sq. ft. tent with king-sized bed & plenty of room to add a twin bed for an extra adult 

  • ensuite flushing toilet & shower

  • private, shady site, faces west with great sunset & pond views (approx 50 ft. from pond edge); close to neighboring farm pastures where Wagyu cattle graze ​​

The PARKER tent is named after Lieutenant Isaac Parker (1747-1805). Commonly known as "King Parker", he was one of the earliest settlers and developers on Parker Hill and is the namesake of the Parker Hill community. He also served as an officer in the Revolutionary War.

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