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Map pinWoodford · Vermont
5.0 · 
Stone's Camp on Stamford Stream
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Stone's Camp on Stamford Stream

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Renovated 1930’s lumberjack cabin at the end of a road on 45 private acres 3 miles within National Forest. No traffic. Vintage stove, well equipped kitchen. Bathroom and screened back porch with spectacular stream view. Queen & single bed upstairs, a single bed downstairs doubles as a daybed. Wood burning stove. Large front porch. Restorative. No WiFi. Pet fee $10/night/pet add’l. Late check in fee after 8:00 pm. Winter access requires your snowmobile. A peaceful cabin deep in the forest. Spacious porch in front, screened in rear porch overlooks the stream. Eat-in kitchen with art-deco kitchen furniture. Heated bathroom with tub and shower. Living room with wood stove and a couch that becomes a single bed. Upstairs has a queen and twin bed. The building is well-insulated and clean. Parking on premises May-December (subject to weather conditions in late November and December). If snow your snowmobile is required. The cabin is a very private location situated on a stream in a mountain hollow within National Forest. Winter Access: Usually requires a snowmobile. It is three miles from the parking area just off Route 9 in Woodford to the camp. Vehicle and snowmobile trailer parking provided at the general store on Route 9 at $15/night. I live a short walk away at the Lodge and am available when not in Bennington. Please feel free to come by with questions. 3 miles from Route 9 nestled in the Green Mountain National Forest, this location is very private. The road ends on the property so there is generally no traffic. Prospect Ski area is within ski distance. You can hike a 10-mile loop of the Long Trail including Harmon Hill with its breath-taking views of Bennington. Or hike to Sucker Pond at the top of the mountain to swim or fish. Although only 10 miles from Bennington it is unlikely to see anyone (except me) all day. Bennington offers golf, shopping, a world-class museum and good restaurants. Park on site from May through November. December through April usual requires a your snowmobile. In November and early December you should be able to drive (AWD vehicle with snow tires is urged) in but there is always the chance that a storm may prevent it. Forest Service closes the road to vehicles from 12/15 to 5/1. Winter vehicle parking is at Route 9. Snowmobiles and ATVs are okay-please abide by State rules. Winter access is via snowmobile. Early spring access may require an ATV. No ATV use on Forest Road 273.


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Map pinWoodford · Vermont

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