Bath House Closes (i.e. NO more camping/glamp!)October 10th
Cabins and Yurt remain open.
WE ARE PET FRIENDLY!
Baker Rocks is a boutique nature experience nestled between the Lakes Region and White Mountains of New Hampshire, USA.
Located along 3,000 feet of the Baker River and across from well-known Rumney Rocks climbing area, we offer unique accommodations, event spaces, store, and farm stand. In addition we provide such amenities as a nature-based playground, CrossFit and yoga space, private trails, and river access.
What makes Baker Rocks unique is our attention to you, our community, and the environment.
We want you to unpack everything you know about staying in campgrounds. Camp within the bounds of a safe and amenity-driven environment while still actually camping IN nature. You have space and it isn’t over developed.
Moreover, we are here to make your trip absolutely memorable. We want to help create a special experience. Nothing is too big, small, or unique. PLEASE JUST ASK! Message, see us at the office, call.
Natural flowers, wild strawberries, animal habitats, forests, wetlands, and so much more.
What are your check-in and out times?: Check-in at 3-6pm and check-out by 11am. If you need to check-in later, we ask that you contact us via email or text.
What is your pet policy?: We allow up to two pets per site, for a fee. Owners are responsible for ensuring pets are up to date on vaccines and watched at all times on site.
Do you have air conditioning?: Only our Awkwaaba Cabin has air conditioning. Our yurt, dome, tents, and all campsite are without electricity and access a shared bathhouse. The yurt and dome do have wood stoves for early spring and fall nights.
Is there Wifi?: Cabins have wifi. Wifi for camp accommodations may be accessed at the store and barn areas. Cell service is intermittent.
Will there be bugs?: Absolutely. We do not use toxic chemicals on our property. During peak tick season we weekly spray camp sites with permethrin, but we do not commercially spray. You are IN nature. Come prepared. We suggest a "natural" oil body repellent - SSS, Sawyer Products, or Ranger Ready and outdoor foggers/Thermacell for your tent and picnic area.
Is there river access?: We have two beaches (one is a longer, rougher walk but more secluded) that may be accessed for swimming, tubing, kayaking, and relaxing.
What shouldn't I forget?: Good shoes, flip-flops, rain gear (just in case), extra blankets/towels, bug spray, sunscreen, hat.
What's included in the camp kitchen and linens package?: See our furnished camp tent page for the full listing.
What do we do with trash?: Recycling is mandatory at Baker Rocks. We ask that you leave no trace at your site. Trash bins are provided at the store and bathhouse.
Anything else?: Come prepared for the experience you want to have. Pack as though you are camping. Ensure you are mobile and comfortable enough for the site you choose (as many sites are remote, dark, and near the water).
First and foremost, come out. We have an accommodation that’s right for you.
At Baker Rocks you will find the most diverse array of accommodations on offer - but we don’t have many, so book early!!!
You may choose from a traditional tent campsite, glamp tents, yurt, dome, or a luxurious cabin.
We’re a small scale family farm growing flowers, vegetables, and herbs. We’re always planting.
Check in at reception and we’ll provide some fantastic recipe suggestions.
We have a menagerie of small animals that are super friendly! Goats, Pigs, Cats, Rabbits, Chicks, Ducks, Goose.
Careful, they may follow you about!
Looking for an idyllic space to host a reunion, small wedding, corporate retreat, training, workshop, or any such special event? We can likely accommodate in our common spaces..
We provide a large outdoor pavilion, pergola, and kitchen space. Event tents may be rented or brought in.
On-site amenities may be used, based on agreement. Rent the entire property or day-use space.
Contact us to make your idea a reality!
Mother Nature has provided a pretty amazing canvas. Walk our trails and you will see a variety of natural flowers, wild strawberries, animal habitats, forests, wetlands, and so much more. We are committed to keeping things rustic and beautiful, while also providing access and minimal enhancement.
From almost every vantage, you stand (or sit) in awe of the mountains and sky. The fog rolls in just above the tree line and as the sun rises, the mountains are exposed. Summer nights bring intense sunsets of pink, purple, and orange. Fall in New England is exquisite and the colors here do not disappoint. Stargazing is breathtaking year round! The deer, turkey, beavers, otters, bear, and occasional moose peacefully coexist.
We have a gym, nature-based playground for the youngsters, wood-fired outdoor sauna (coming soon!), games, a camp store selling provisions and luxuries, a short hiking trail, and river access for kayaks and rafts.
At Baker Rocks, Camp Free or Die is our business, but it’s also an ethos - a way of life - a mindset - a personality.
Being free of encumbrances, confinement, pollution; being free to enjoy the landscape in its natural form, find harmony with wildlife, stand in awe of the beauty. It’s about creating a space that blends and respects nature and is where we want to wake up every day. Just get out there. Enjoy the space, take a moment to see it all.