Shelters & Camping

We have four shelters on our trail network with three availble for rent year 'round. These shelters are a great place to camp with an enclosed space for weather conditions, outdoor firepits, ample seating, and breath-taking views. Reservations for overnight stays are required and can be completed one of two ways. 

For overnight stays during spring, summer, and fall: 

1. Airbnb - We reccomend using Airbnb for booking your stay. With the up-to-date calendar, driving directions, payment options, and all the details you'll need in one convient app, it is worth taking a look at our listings online: 

Valley View Shelter at Windblown NH

Mountain Top Shelter at Windblown NH 

East Glade shelter at Windblown NH (coming soon) 

2. Phone Reservations - For any additional questions or to book an overnight stay without using Airbnb, call 603 878 0540. 

 

Please call us if you have a large group interested in field camping in Spring, Summer, or Fall. *Large groups may be subject to different maximum price rates according to the size of your group.

 

The Valley View Shelter is nestled in the woods on a knoll overlooking a ravine with a small stream. 6 to 8 campers can sleep under the roof and there are a few good tent sites as well. Equip with a large deck, the shelter is an upgraded and off-grid Adirondack lean-to with an outdoor firepit with everything included. Great for large groups ! 

Valley View Shelter 

2018-2019 Winter Season Valley View Shelter Rates: $20 fee per person with a maximum charge is $100. If we are open for skiing and snowshoering, all guests are required to purchase trail tickets. Prices vary due to conditions and what time of day you arrive. Large groups are required to call for additional details - 603 878 0540. 

 

The East Glade Shelter is on the east side of Barrett Mt. halfway from the Mountain Top Shelter and The Valley View Shelter.  It is the largest shelter with a woodstove and a detached outhouse.  There are views to the east, a stream nearby in season, and is located next to the trail known as Barrett's Backbone. It was finished in the summer of 2015 and has quickly become a Windblown favorite 

East Glade Shelter

2018-2019 Winter Season East Glade Shelter Rates: $20 per person per night for groups, one person is $30 per night, and the maximum charge is $120. If we are open for skiing and snowshoeing, all guests are required to purchase trail tickets. Prices vary due to conditions and what time of day you arrive. 

 

The Mountain Top Shelter is on the top of Barrett Mountain facing distant views to the north and west including an incredible view of Mt. Monadnock. It is an Adirondack style shelter that sleeps 6 campers inside on the floor.  There is an outhouse but no water. Fires are permitted except in dry periods. This shelter is the most remote of the shelters and guests must be prepared to camp. 

Mountain Top Shelter

2018-2019 Winter Season Valley View Shelter Rates: $20 fee per person with a maximum charge is $100. If we are open for skiing and snowshoeing, all guests are required to purchase trail tickets. Prices vary due to conditions and what time of day you arrive. 



Access to Water: For most of the year, water is available from a stream by hiking east down Barrett Mountain half way down to where a wide ski trail crosses and there is a small bridge. If you need water and the stream is dry or you would prefer tested potable water, hike to the Barn just above the Swimming Pond on the trail map. There is a hydrant located on the western corner with well water. Caution: The hydrant is not a pump. To operate it, lift the handle up as far as it goes and be sure to leave it in the down position when you are done. You may need to disconnect a garden hose first.

Overnight Parking: Now located in our upper parking lot, Overnight Parking is permitted with your stay and it is necessary to inform us of the make, model, color, and state plates of the vehicle being left overnight. 

 

 

Special Notice to Wapack Trail Hikers:

The Wapack Trail passes through Windblown property and many other privately owned lands. Our neighbor closed the section of the Wapack Trail that crossed his land just to the east of Windblown which included Stony Top and the Old Farm Trail. The Wapack Trail has been re-routed through Windblown. Please honor private property signs.