Spacious Tipi for Rent in near the Moore Reservoir in New Hampshire
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The comfortable furnishings consist of four five-foot-long log couches, plus two more outside. These are basically high-end wooden benches. There are also several end tables, sleeping platforms,and tables that can be arranged to form two twin beds or one queen-size bed. Guests are encouraged to bring their own padding and blankets. The tipi is also equipped with long-handled retractable forks for easy marshmallow toasting, a grate for cooking, candles, and everything guests will need for building a fire.
The tipi and the land it sits on are a wonderful way to experience the wildness of nature. Wildflowers pop up seemingly overnight in the spring, later on there will be lots of raspberries and blackberries. If guests are into nature, there's always something intriguing to discover; plants, flowers, berries, trees, mushrooms, the ever-changing properties of the ponds and brook, beavers, turkey, pileated woodpeckers, deer, and the hoot of a barred owl. With all of this and the beautiful mountain views, this property is a great back-to-nature experience.
Generally speaking, the tipi is a non-manicured, wilderness experience. The hosts do lots of tipi and property maintenance and try to keep the driveway and main trail to the ridge clear, but trees fall down and guests may have to step over some tree trunks. Lately there has been a lot of beaver activity right by the footbridge. It's really fun way for guests to see all the pointed stumps of the trees they have taken down, but that does mean things aren't as tidy as some would like. There are no kickball fields. Most of the land is forested with rolling hills. It is wooded and wild which means there are ticks. Ticks are often more plentiful in the spring and fall.
- Queen-size bed
- Picnic area
- Outdoor furniture
- Dining table
- Twin/Single bed
- Tea kettle
- Fire pit
Location + Surroundings
Guests will enjoy the nearby woods, which are home to plenty of deer, turkeys, partridges, and even moose. Glampers might also catch a glimpse of a pileated woodpecker or simply hear its distinct call out from the forest. Lastly, those who stay here will be on the northern edge of Grafton County, close to White Mountain National Forest and Victory State Forest.
- Stand-up paddleboarding
- Wildlife watching
Guests who stay here can enjoy everything from hiking to kayaking in this area. Just a quarter-mile above the tipi is a beautiful ridge providing gorgeous views out to the Presidential mountains and Franconia Ridge. There are plentiful valleys where mushrooms, wildflowers, ferns, raspberries, and blackberries grow wild. At the nearby Hobbs Fern Sanctuary, there are about four miles of trails, including a Cliff Loop that first brings guests along the base of a tall ledge and then up over its top. The sanctuary has two ponds and plenty of pretty ferns and wildflowers. For those that are musically inclined, it's fun to bring acoustic instruments and enjoy them around the campfire in the tipi.
The White Mountains of New Hampshire are nearby, as are many hiking and walking opportunities both locally, as well as in Vermont. Other fun activities in the area include shopping, checking out waterfalls and covered bridges, getting lost in a corn maze, or swimming or paddling in the ponds and lakes.
Check-in: from 3:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.
Check-out: 12:00 p.m.
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
There are no stringent restrictions or extra charges for more than two guests.
Firewood is included with this rental; therefore, the rental price is based on the season due to varying firewood usage.