Richmond, MA

Berkshire Mountain Hideaway

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A beautiful, cozy, and wooded campsite tucked away and near to all that the Berkshires has to offer. Hiking, biking, lakes, music, theater, dance and local food all nearby!

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Winter Ready
This is a Tentrr Signature Site
This site has been selected by our team and set up with the standard Tentrr kit.
This site is located within a state park and includes the standard Tentrr kit. Please see Site Guidelines below for more details.
Partner sites are privately owned sites that may have modern amenities located on the property.
Backcountry sites let you enjoy traditional camping on private land. You need to bring your own tent and supplies.
Site Highlights
Parking Nearby
4 campers
Check in: 13:00
Check out: 11:30
Pet friendly
Rain Guarantee available
Fire ban in effect

Magical, quiet campsite, only a short walk ( less than 1/4 mile) ) from easy access parking. Glacial rock to one direction, seasonal spring stream to another. Hiking trails right from the site to Perry's peak, Taconic ridge trail, shorter scenic local trails, most very well established. This site is a short drive from many of the finest things the Berkshires has to offer including various hiking trails, lakes, and streams for kayaking and canoeing, mountain and road biking, and horseback riding. There are lots of wonderful local restaurants, My favorites are : Haven Cafe ( Breakfast/ Brunch /Lunch) Lenox, MA, Bizen (Organic, Sushi Bar, Japanese) in Great Barrington. Less than a 10 minute drive from our site is Backwater Grille, Smokey Sweet BBQ, and Anna's Pizza Restaurant. There are two local apple orchards less than a 5 minute drive away, Bartlett's which has a year round farm store, and Hilltop Orchards Home of Furnace Brook Winery both with U- pick apples. Balderdash Cellars is fun and less than 3 miles up road from my driveway. They have tasting, some food and spacious outdoor seating with fabulous lake views. Cultural attractions include: Tanglewood Outdoor Summer Music Festival, several Berkshire theater organizations, Jacob's Pillow summer dance venue. Clark Museum in Williamstown, Norman Rockwell in Stockbridge, and the Mass MOCA in North Adams. Please note: wood stove available in fall.

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Site Guidelines

1. Walk up to campsite is less than ¼ mile, part field part woods. Possible ride up with a 4wd mule when campkeeper is available to offer. This can not be guaranteed so plan accordingly. 2. Build only small fires in woodstove. 3. Please leave site clean, and bring trash down to designated shed at end of journey.

My name is Arti. I love this land and the Berkshires. My family has been heavily involved in Flying Deer Nature Center -a nearby wilderness school -including one son as an instructor, and I am on the board of directors. So, the power of nature connection is part of my day to day life. I have lived in Berkshire County since 1984 and in Richmond since 1991. Happy to share my knowledge of the areas great hikes, lakes, biking, farmers markets, local food scene, and cultural attractions.
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Site Rules
Respect the land and tent as you would your own.
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Respect & Safety
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The Unity Blaze is a symbol that promotes unity in the outdoors and reiterates our commitment to “Treat Everyone, Everywhere, Equally.”
Don't carve your name into anything, or cut down trees. In general, treat the property and all the animals with the utmost respect.
The minimum cleaning fee is $50 and will be charged for leaving a campsite a mess.

Plans change, Mother Nature may not cooperate. We get it.
Choose from different cancellation options at checkout, based on what works best for you and your trip planning.

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