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Welcome to shelter out of rain.Tippy but room for two. 
Please roll up and put back inside if it rains or when you leave.
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10 guests1 bedroom1 bed1 bath
10 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 bath
Linda is a Superhost
Superhosts are experienced, highly rated hosts who are committed to providing great stays for guests.

Base camp for all outdoor sports and activities along Red Bank Creek bike and water trails. Hike or snowshoe on 60 acres of the property on pink loop trail. Picnic table near fire pit and free wood included. Room for tents. Only one queen size mattress available
for use in trailer. You are welcome to tent outside but use trailer for food storage, prep, and bathroom area. No running water or heat October 26th - May 1st. Primitive camp only.


Laptop friendly workspace
Free parking on premises
Coffee maker

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 floor mattress
Common spaces
1 air mattress, 2 hammocks

House Rules

Not suitable for infants (under 2 years)
No smoking, parties, or events
Check-in time is flexible and check out by 12PM (noon)


29 Reviews

Lauren User Profile
October 2018
We enjoyed our stay here very much! The inside of the trailer is as pictured. Be prepared for no hot water and no heat if you’re there in colder months. We explored a little bit of Linda’s property including the stream which is very picturesque.
Pouya User Profile
August 2018
We had a hiccup in our hiking trip scheduling and actually found Linda's camper at the same day that we wanted to check-in. Linda is very kind and nice and was also very flexible with check-in. However, the camper require serious maintenance and cleaning to be anywhere close to w…
Linda User Profile
Response from Linda:
Please read site. It is a 60 yr old trailer that I am trying to bring back. A huge pine tree tore off the porch and punctured the roof in several places into the inside. I wouldn't be doing Airbnb if I didn't need the money so can't do repairs all at once. It now has electricity and running water that has been tested. The water is high in iron and sulfur thus the dirty looking stains in sinks and bath. Last trip I had some pipes repaired and found flush toilet can not be used thus the composting toilet which works. Most people camp in tents or sleepings bags outside by fire and find it a great camping experience. If we had a bit of warning someone was coming my cohost could have cleaned up more except that it was her son's wedding. My own home is mainly the superhost status. No linens or bnb at camp.
August 2018
Eric User Profile
July 2018
A good place to crash pre or post camping. Be prepared for a cold shower, and that you might not have cell service, and then you'll be set. Linda had some helpful small things around, like bathroom supplies and some basic breakfast foods.
Kristen User Profile
July 2018
We did not end up staying here because there were severe thunderstorms so we decided to do the full trip in one day without a stopover, but the communication with Linda was great.
Abdelwahed User Profile
June 2018
I camped in Linda's house, it provides me all the needed resources for camping. The homette is a bit old fashion but nice and very enjoyable. There is plenty of wood for night fire. The outdoor sleep was safe and comfortable. The cohost of Linda offered us a tour at her little fa…
Kelly User Profile
May 2018
We had a great stay at the RV/Trailer. It was exactly what we were looking for & matched the listing. It met our expectations and was a good value. We loved the trail/creek that we could explore across the street with our dog! Loved the fire pit and beautiful picnic table. J…
Beverley User Profile
October 2018
Good stay out in the country. For the price this is a great price.

Hosted by Linda

Massachusetts, United StatesJoined in July 2010
Linda User Profile
253 Reviews
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Linda is a SuperhostSuperhosts are experienced, highly rated hosts who are committed to providing great stays for guests.
I enjoy being active, working in my yard, picking flowers, cooking or baking especially to share with others. I love kayaking for the nature I see and the tranquility it brings. One day I saw two baby beavers only a yard away from my kayak and it made my day. They sounded like …
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