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Those coming to Frog Meadow should not to try and get here by Google, Mapquest, Yahoo or GPS. Many of the roads in the area are 18th century roads that have been long abandoned but still show as public highways in public records. IN PARTICULAR DO NOT TURN ONTO POUND RD!! Despite what Mapquest and your GPS tell you Pound Rd does not go through to Upper Spring Hill Rd, it is a dead end. In the winter you could get into big trouble and end up in a ditch, or worse!

From the South:

Take exit 2 of I-91 in Brattleboro and take a left at the end of the ramp. After a few blocks take a left onto CEDAR STREET.

Stay on CEDAR STREET until you come to the end at the 3rd stop sign, take a left. This is ROUTE 30 NORTH.

After about 10 miles take a left onto GRIMES HILL RD. You may recognize the parking for Rock River as you pass it. GRIMES HILL RD is about a mile past the river parking.

Take the 2nd right after 1/4 mile onto NEWFANE HILL RD. Go 2.7 miles up the hill until you come to a four-way intersection. Take a left onto UPPER SPRING HILL RD.

We are the first house on the RIGHT, cedar cape with a red barn behind. Look for the #34 at the end of the driveway.

From the North:

Take Exit 4 on I-91 in Putney, VT. Take a LEFT at the end of the ramp onto ROUTE 5 SOUTH. After 3 miles take a RIGHT onto SCHOOLHOUSE RD. SCHOOLHOUSE RD turns into EAST-WEST RD.

After about 4.5 miles turn LEFT onto W DUMMERSTON COVERED BRIDGE/E WEST RD. Turn RIGHT onto W RIVER RD/VT-30. Continue to follow VT-30. for about 3 miles. Turn LEFT onto GRIMES HILL RD.

Take the 2nd right after 1/4 mile onto NEWFANE HILL RD. Go 2.7 miles up the hill until you come to a four-way intersection. Take a left onto UPPER SPRING HILL RD.

We are the first house on the RIGHT, cedar cape with a red barn behind. Look for the #34 at the end of the driveway.

From the Albany, NY area and points west:

Take NY-7 East in Troy NY toward TROY/BENNINGTON for 25 miles until it becomes ROUTE 9 EAST in Vermont. Stay on ROUTE 9 EAST through Bennington until you get to Wilmington, VT, 20 miles east of Bennington.

Turn LEFT onto N MAIN ST/VT-100. Continue to follow VT-100 for 4 miles. Turn SLIGHT RIGHT onto E DOVER RD. After a mile turn RIGHT onto DOVER HILL RD and follow it for about 10 miles, bearing left at the South Newfane Store. Cross the covered bridge in Williamsville and turn LEFT onto TIMSON HILL RD in the village.

Follow TIMSON HILL RD for about 2 miles to the end. At the top of a steep hill follow Timson Hill Road as it bears sharply to the right just past a white house that sits above the road. DO NOT BEAR LEFT ONTO POUND ROAD! Continue until you reach a stop sign and take a LEFT onto NEWFANE HILL RD. After about a mile take a LEFT onto UPPER SPRING HILL RD.

We are the first house on the RIGHT, cedar cape with a red barn behind. Look for the #34 at the end of the driveway.

From Keene NH and the Seacoast of Maine and New Hampshire:

Take NH ROUTE 9 WEST or NH ROUTE 101 WEST depending on where you are coming from towards Keene, NH. In Keene take ROUTE 9 WEST, 15 miles to Brattleboro, VT.

At the roundabout just over the Vermont line and the Connecticut River in Brattleboro, go ¾ of the way around the roundabout onto PUTNEY RD/ROUTE 5 SOUTH. After passing the fast food restaurants in about 2 miles take a RIGHT onto PARK PLACE at the Brattleboro Town Common and an immediate RIGHT onto ROUTE 30 NORTH/LINDEN ST.

After about 10 miles take a left onto GRIMES HILL RD. You may recognize the parking for Rock River as you pass it. GRIMES HILL RD is about a mile past the river parking.

Take the 2nd right after 1/4 mile onto NEWFANE HILL RD. Go 2.7 miles up the hill until you come to a four way intersection. Take a left onto UPPER SPRING HILL RD.

We are the first house on the RIGHT, cedar cape with a red barn behind. Look for the #34 at the end of the driveway.

 

Guest Reviews

A Cultivated Environment of Healthy Masculinity

We SO enjoyed staying with you all last week. The chill environment was so relaxing and terrific. I’ve been talking you up around here a lot…some of our more discerning and open-minded friends would really enjoy a stay at Frog Meadow!

I have to praise the environment of healthy masculinity which you have cultivated…it’s in the Walt Whitman sense, not in a oppressive leather-y sense, with the playful art, the casual use of both erotica and non-erotica for reading material, and the sense of space really adding to the sense of freedom and comradeship.

We’re looking forward to returning soon!

Jamie and Brian

Jamie & Brian, Detroit, MI
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