Treehouse style wall tent is a great retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city. Enjoy nature at its fullest on my 45 acres tucked into the national forest. Hikes and trails surround the property as well as swimming holes and old stone foundations and walls. I have sleeping arrangements for two and the structure can hold four adults. Lots to do in the area and to see. Don't forget the outdoor fire pit! Please prepare to be off the grid and bring camping supplies.
- Half Baths0
- Min Stay1 nights
- english, spanish
- Calendar last updated:
- Oct 21, 2018
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date.
Spacious treehouse-style tent surrounded by wilderness
This tent is completely isolated and sits on a beautiful biodiverse forest near a gorgeous waterfall and several trails. Justin was extremely welcoming and accommodating. If you need something don't be afraid to ask, he has a solution! I would definitely visit this place again.
Please read all steps before departing. Print or screen shot these directions. There is not consistent phone service or GPS. Which means I might not get your call. There is a locked forest service. My property is past it. Gate has code 1229. Keep gate shut at all times. The trailer is near the barn.
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. Keep straight on to toad hill road. It's a well fairly well maintained dirt road. I drive my ford focus up all the time.
After about one mile. At the fork go right, there is a house in the middle of the fork. Please go slow. 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. Continue to the red barn at the top of the hill. Take a left at the barn and drive to the first pull off. If you get to the tipi your'e too far. Take the trail to the right and walk two minutes...the treehouse is there. Please leave the same way you came in.