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Cozy Yurt in the Peaceful Woods


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  • Children's play area
  • Meet & greet service
  • Kitchen/kitchenette
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Welcome to Toad Hill! We are a privately owned 45 acre landholding in the White Mountain National Forest in Chatham, NH. Toad Hill offers off-grid luxury camping accommodations close to hiking, elevated mountain fishing ponds, Langdon Brook’s waterfall, and skiing, snowmobiling, or snowshoeing trails. Our property is home to abundant wildlife and boasts access to multiple hiking and biking trails, alpine ponds, cross country and backcountry ski trails, a snowmobiling corridor, a waterfall, and a beautiful view! We are located about 20 minutes northwest of Fryeburg, Maine, home to the best beer this side of the Kancamagus, Saco Rover Brewery, and exceptional food at The Oxford House. There is a small natural foods market, Spice and Grain, a coffee shop, a smokehouse, and abundant fly fishing and road biking with views in the area. Come enjoy this secluded retreat in nature with a yurt or tipi stay, or housed in an old ambulance trailer, a hippie bus, a wall tent on a deck in the woods, or just camp. Enjoy what this peaceful place has to offer!

ABOUT JUSTIN AND SARA We enjoy hosting and meeting new people at Toad Hill! Justin creates wood and stone sculptures on the property, hosts a music festival every summer, is a semi-professional photographer, and a professional saxophonist. Sara holds a Master of Science in Natural Science Education, is trained in survival skills, tracking, natural interpretation, and Montessori, and holds a B.A. in Theater and Art. We were both teachers for many years, Justin in Spain, teaching English and in the US, teaching Spanish, and Sara as the Director of Environmental Education and a Lead Montessori Instructor, and Lead Wilderness Instructor.

Cleaning and safety

  • Hand sanitiser
  • Social distancing
  • Staff protective clothing
  • Outside air ventilation
  • First aid kit


  • Meet & greet service
  • Kitchen/kitchenette
  • Outdoor fireplace


  • Free parking
  • Secure parking

Children's Facilities

  • Children's play area

Activities and Experiences

  • Bird watching
  • Cycling
  • Dancing
  • Adventure
  • Backpacking
  • Family fun
  • Mountain sports
  • Team building
  • Wild life


  • Check in
    12:00 20:00
  • Check out
  • Child Policy
    Infants and children welcome
  • Parties Allowed
    Parties not allowed
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A car is recommended when staying at the property
  • Road from Bethel Regional Airport (30.0 miles)
  • Road from Conway (20.0 miles)
    From Conway area take 113 north.
    Go to the Stowe, Maine general store at the junction of 113 and 113B. Keep store on your left and continue on 113B.
    Stay on 113B until it comes to a junction with the church about 2 miles. Please go super slow. People walk these roads and have dogs. Go straight onto toad hill road, keep the church on your left and the townhouse on the right. It's a well fairly well maintained dirt road. I drive my ford focus up all the time.
    After about one mile. (see winter directions if needed) At the fork go right, there is a house in the middle of the fork and it looks like it could be a driveway, it is the road. If you go over the wood bridge that is the wrong way.. The sign says road not maintained and logging operation. The road should be fine for normal cars and is maintained privately. After half a mile you will come to forest service gate. It says no cars but my guests have permission to pass. The code is 1229. Continue to the red barn at the top of the hill. Turn left down the dirt road. The tipi will be on your left just down the road. Take a left at the tipi and follow the road to the yurt.
    leave the same way you came in. Speed limit is 10 mph max. People hike these roads often.
    -winter months-
    Do not drive in if there is snow on the road, you might get stuck.
    Park at the bottom of the hill before the house in the fork. Do not block the road and pull into the plowed area on the left before the fork and next to a telephone pole. Ski or walk up the road on the right, about 30 minutes. Yes it looks like it could be driveway but is not. Take a left down the road at the barn and the tipi will be on the left. Keep tipi on your right and you'll find the yurt.

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