The old Moulton Farm
This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Albany, NH
Max Rig Size
< 35 (ft)
Max Nights Per Stay
Same Day Requests
We are located on Chase Hill in Albany,NH with a great view of South Moat Mountain, the Green Hills, and the Presidential range. We are close to the Swift River and many nature/hiking trails. We border the White Mountain National Forest. Conway Village is three miles away and North Conway and Mt Cranmore are seven miles away. There are lots of mountain biking and cross country ski trails close by as well as rock climbing routes and hiking trails. The Kancamagus Highway is less than a mile from our home. And, there is a Dunkin two miles away! Suggested Local Attractions:Too many to include. Visit the Mt Washington Valley website for a list of attractions. Closest to us would be the Swift River, Tin Mountain Conservation Center and the Madison Boulder state historic site. The Town of Albany is over 90%in the White Mountain National Forest. Pequawket Pond is two miles away for great kayaking.
Vehicle Suitability Information
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
No smoking on property. No loud music/noise/loud engines at all. No ATVs. A generator may be used before 8PM and after 7AM. No barking dogs PLEASE. And no dogs left behind in camper while you are away from site. No overnight outside lighting please. Fires by permission only. Absolutely NO cats outside loose or restrained. No unattended children.
Access Road Conditions: Access is from a 20+ foot wide paved road. Access into the property is grassy and in the bed of an old farming/woods road. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: Parking is available at the site. There is plenty of room to stay hitched if you prefer.
Hosted By RoadsandBridges
Retired active outdoors couple Details: I have lived in the Mt Washington Valley for over 40 years. My husband is a native. We enjoy kayaking, swimming, hiking/walking and skiing in winter. Volunteer at Tin Mountain Conservation Center 3/4 mile down the road where there are lots of great nature trails. Home Town: I grew up on a farm in central New York State. My husband was born at the local hospital and, except for college, has lived here his entire life. Skills or Expertise to Share: Great outdoor recreation areas.
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
2 months ago
I would like to add pictures from our stay. How do I do this?
2 months ago
So happy to brag about T.O and Tara, they pull out the stops for you. Great secluded, level and preciously quiet parking spot. They took me for a hike through the apple orchards and a peak at Mt Washington which was our next destination. Lovey folks and helpful with info and literature. A great beginning for our month long trek around Maine. Sorry to be tardy in writing this but it's called Hurrication for a reason. Lots to do after Ian paid a visit to our island home. A very special beginning to our travels and we are grateful.
2 months ago
Super nice couple and a pretty spot. Quiet, peacefull and very relaxing evening.
3 months ago
Though it’s been a week or so since our stay, the delay is not indicative of our experience. Our hosts were very prompt in responding to our request and provided us with helpful information prior to our arrival. Their location was convenient to our travels, the parking spot worked well for our van. It was nice to meet our hosts, enjoyed the opportunity to discuss our mutual travels and the lovely NH area. Would recommend this stop when traveling in the White Mountains. Thank you!
3 months ago
i LOVED staying here! Tara was so lovely and gave me lots of good tips and brochures/maps not only of the area but also where i was headed to next which was super sweet! Also, you are literally right at the exit of the White Mountains, so exploring the National Forest is very accessible. Make sure to follow her directions, because if you miss the hidden driveway, there is nowhere to turn around and youll have a big detour getting back to the driveway. if you have a towable, back in so youll have an easy out!