For a relatively small state, New Hampshire is not without geographic diversity. Long rivers, vast lakes, a picturesque (although short) Atlantic coastline, and the tallest mountain in the northeastern U.S. Visitors come to the Granite State, not only for it’s impressive rock formations, but for it’s alfresco activities like skiing, and hiking, and of course the beautiful fall foliage. New Hampshire is a popular spot for winter getaways. A cozy off-the-grid mountain yurt is the perfect answer to the question, “what should I do this weekend?”
City: Orange |
The yurt is situated on a scenic road on a property that is bounded front and back by Cardigan Mt. State Forest. The forest is over 5,000 acres, and has 50 miles of hiking trails. The yurt site itself is on the old location of the Civilian Conservation Corp Camp. The road has very light traffic, and almost none at night.
City: Middleton |
Luxury camping located off the grid. The Yurt is only 30 minutes from Wolfboro and less than an hour from North Conway, NH.