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Recreation Trails Frog Meadow New England's Best All Male Gay Resort in Southern Vermont

Our 63-acres of trails for hiking, snowshoeing & cross-country skiing are posted with maps at trailheads and major intersections

Frog Meadow’s private 63-acre recreation trail network is ideal for light hiking as well as snowshoeing, conditions permitting. The trails are well-marked and posted with maps in multiple locations at trailheads and major intersections. The forested sections are mostly hardwoods which allows for a vibrant understory of ferns and berries to enjoy as you make your way.

Brokeback Cabin Gay Retreats and Men's Workshops Frog Meadow New England's Best All Male Gay Resort in Southern Vermont

The highlight of the trail network is our own Brokeback Cabin, a small rustic hut with beautiful views that is a fun destination for guests

The highlight of the trail network is our own Brokeback Cabin, a small rustic hut with beautiful views that can be used as a warming hut in the winter and/or as a fun destination for guests to hike out to in warm weather. The Brokeback Cabin is approximately a quarter mile from Frog Meadow’s Main House on trail #1 “Honey Buns Hollow”.

 

 

 

Frog Meadow’s trails are well-marked and posted with maps in multiple locations at trailheads and major intersections. Click here for a downloadable PDF of Frog Meadow’s trail network.

Winter recreation trails Gay Retreats and Men's Workshops Frog Meadow New England's Best All Male Gay Resort in Southern Vermont

Winter wonderland on the trails at Frog Meadow!

The view from the Brokeback Cabin Gay Retreats and Men's Workshops Frog Meadow New England's Best All Male Gay Resort in Southern Vermont

Guest Mike checks out the view from the Brokeback Cabin after hiking out on snowshoes

 
 
 

Guest Reviews

Paradise Revisited

After a two-year pandemic hiatus, it was great to return to Frog Meadow Farm. Nothing had changed! The warm and inviting hospitality from Dave and Scott was not diminished by Covid-19. The landscaping was lush, and the flowers were in full bloom. It seemed even the bees and hummingbirds were put on notice to show up and extend a warm welcome.

As Scott so vocally proclaimed, I “assumed my usual position” outside by the table, reading my book, chilling with a glass of wine with my earbuds in place, soaking up the sun surrounded by a tranquil environment. While enjoying my sedentary position, the other guests had other plans to fill their afternoon. Whether touring the Green Mountain State and taking in the sights of the countryside or relaxing and making new friends at Rock River, everyone had their individual plan to make their time at FMF worthwhile and enjoyable.

Besides the various activities described above, I must admit the stimulating conversation around the breakfast table was a highlight of this visit. The diversity of the participants coupled with their interesting and witty stories was an invigorating way to start the day! As always, I highly recommend FMF for those wanting to get away from their humdrum existence. But take it from me a long-time visitor (this was my 11th stay), a four-day visit will fly by, and you will leave regretting you did not stay longer in paradise!

Marvin B., Griffin, Georgia
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