View from the ridge
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Stay overnight in a tipi!

Tipi fire glow
Tipi fire glow

Enjoy a unique experience and stay overnight in a tipi. This is not a tipi campground where you have other parties all around you either intruding on your peace and quiet or forcing you to stay quiet yourselves. This is a single tipi in a private wooded setting of 31 acres allowing you to get connected to nature, enjoy the serene setting, and have fun.

The interior of the tipi –
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to see the tipi skeleton.

The interior of the tipi
The tipi is large -- about 22 feet in diameter and 24 feet tall. It has a fire pit in the center, of course, to create that wonderful ambiance of an open, crackling fire. The tipi is equipped with long-handled retractable forks for easy marshmallow toasting, a grate for cooking, candles, and everything you need for building a fire.

The comfortable furnishings consist of four (plus two more outside) 5-foot-long log "couches" -- basically high-end benches. There are also several end tables. And there are sleeping platforms so you can stretch out your legs when night falls:
Thanks again for a wonderful experience. My 12- and 14-year-old girls, along with my wife were giving me a hard time about taking the family camping. They kept saying, "if we have to go camping, can't we just stay at a campground like everyone else?" When we arrived their eyes lit up, and they all fell in love with the tipi and area. Overall on a scale of one to ten, I'd rate the stay an eleven! It was a unique experience that created life-long memories.
-- David, Rhode Island
The platforms consist of four "tables" that can be arranged to form two twin beds or one queen bed (bring your own padding and blankets). During the day, stack them up to save space and use them as counters.

When you're not enjoying the tipi, you are welcome to explore the 31 acres of private land, as well as the 250 acres of the very-close-by Hobbs Fern Sanctuary. You are unlikely to encounter any other humans while in the woods but be prepared to meet deer, turkey, partridge, and even moose! You may see signs of the large pileated woodpecker or hear its crazy-sounding cackling call.

There are a couple beaver ponds very close to the tipi with a picnic table conveniently located so you can watch the birds and enjoy the view of the ponds and nearby hills while eating lunch. Near dusk, walk quietly down to the pond and you may see a beaver swimming around. I have found that they like to show off a little and will repeatedly swim back and forth in order to give spectators a nice little show.
The tipi during the winter
The tipi during the winter

About a quarter-mile above the tipi is a beautiful ridge providing gorgeous views out to the Presidential mountains and Franconia Ridge. Interesting boulders, mushrooms, wildflowers, ferns, raspberries, and blackberies are plentiful
Peter and I had a great weekend at the tipi! The weather was cloudy but we still enjoyed hiking around the property. The view from the ridge made a nice backdrop for a leisurely picnic. We were looking for a relaxing weekend away from the hustle and bustle, and the tipi, with its rustic but comfortable furnishings and the cozy fireplace, was the perfect remedy.
-- Lori
throughout the property. At Hobbs Fern Sanctuary there are about four miles of trails, including a Cliff Loop that first brings you along the base of a tall ledge and then up over its top. The sanctuary has two ponds and lots of pretty ferns and wildflowers.

For those that are musically inclined, the tipi is a fun place to jam with acoustical instruments and have sing-alongs. In the evening as you're falling asleep to the glow of the fire, you are likely to hear the barred owl hooting. It is a wonderful experience to doze to the sounds of nature and a crackling fire.

The new (May 2013) painted tipi
(tipi canvas must be replaced often)
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to see the back of the tipi.
The new (May 2013) painted tipi
The tipi is located near Littleton, New Hampshire. If you wish to explore farther afield than the tipi's private setting, 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.

Tipi Rental Information

Firewood is included with the tipi rental, so the rental price is based on season due to varying firewood usage. Please see the chart below for seasons and rates.

I just wanted to tell you that we had a great time in the tipi. What a beautiful spot! Your tipi was by far the best we saw when I was looking! There are some very weird "tipis" out there! Thanks again for a great time!
-- Susan, Portland, Maine
The price includes the rental of the entire tipi and private use of the 31 acres -- you get to decide how many people you are comfortable sharing it with -- there are no stringent restrictions or extra charges for more than two people. For sleeping, the tipi can comfortably house six adults; for hanging out, it can easily fit a dozen adults. There is room to pitch a tent near the tipi for overflow sleeping space.

** Give a unique gift:  Gift certificates for tipi stays are available. **

The tipi is available to rent roughly from April through November.  Check our Availability Calendar

The tipi in its wooded setting
The tipi in its wooded setting
Dates Nightly Rate
April 1 – May 31 $175
June 1 – Sept. 15           $150
Sept. 16 – Oct. 31 $175
Nov. 1 – Nov. 30 $200

The tipi must be rented for a minimum of two nights on the weekends (anytime the reservation includes a Friday and/or Saturday night). During the week (Sunday through Thursday nights), a one-night stay is permitted.

We absolutely loved the tipi! My boys were really sad that we had to go and made us promise that we would come back.
-- Becky, Yorktown Heights, NY
The rental price includes firewood!

Check-in time is 3:00pm and check-out time is noon.

The tipi rental includes the following:
Payment for the tipi rental must be received in advance. Your prompt payment guarantees the reservation.

We had a great time at the tipi. I really want to thank you for allowing us to stay. In terms of rain, yes it was brutal, but it made it all that much more fun inside the tipi with the fire. Thanks for everything and I'm sure you'll hear from me again!
-- Anson
Email or call 802.383.8737 to arrange the dates of your stay. Payment may be made by check or via PayPal. Driving directions will be sent to you upon receipt of payment.

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Cancellation Policy: Due to the uniqueness of a one-tipi rental service, cancellations must be made at least two weeks in advance in order to receive a full refund. A 50% refund will be given when the cancellation is made between one and two weeks in advance. A cancellation made less than a week before the reservation date will not warrant any refund.

A true nature experience: Generally speaking, the tipi is a non-manicured, wilderness experience.  We 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 you 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 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.

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 you're into nature, there's always something intriguing to discover - new-to-you plants, flowers, berries, trees, mushrooms; the ever-changing properties of the ponds and brook; beavers, turkey, pileated woodpeckers, and deer; the hoot of a barred owl; and beautiful mountain views. It's a great back-to-nature experience.

People having fun in the tipi

People having fun in the tipi

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About Us: offers the opportunity to stay overnight in a tipi. A tipi (also spelled tepee and teepee) is a conical canvas structure used by the Native Americans. This tipi is very large (about 22 feet in diameter) and is located in New England, near Littleton, New Hampshire. This single tipi is located on 31 acres of private property with no one else living or renting there. It is not a typical campground where there are many other people around you. provides complete privacy and serenity. The land here includes beaver ponds, a babbling brook, views of the White Mountains, woods exploration, and walking trails. Depending on the season, you can find many wildflowers, mushrooms, or berries. The tipi offers adventures for spring, summer, and autumn camping.

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