Stoney Creek Farm

Rochester, New Hampshire



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Camp beside a secluded wildlife pond

Listen to the local barred owls and many wild bird and frog calls. Revel in an outstanding night sky view without light pollution.

We have a zip line for children to use at the pond (weight limit of 130 lbs) and a hammock is set up at the edge of the woods for your leisure.

Our campsite is just a couple of miles away from a great "Pick Your Own" orchard called Butternut Farm. They open in June with strawberries and run through October with cherries, peaches, nectarines, apples and a lot more. We are also a 10-minute drive to the parking lot of Blue Job Mountain. From there it's just a 20-minute walk to the top with a view from Mount Washington to the ocean off Kittery and Portsmouth. If you're looking for a little excitement, we are a 15-minute drive to Sky Dive New England


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