Paul Bergeron and his sister visited their family’s camp on Day Road (now Cabin 9) for many years before Paul bought 180 acres at the current location and moved up full time in 1977. He built Cabin 6 (then known as “the bunkhouse”) in 1984 before purchasing three cabins by the lake, and built cabins 3 and 4 soon after. The business was first known as Ramblewood Ranch and offered horseback riding until Paul decided to open the old pasture up to campers in the early 90s. Paul and his dog Daisy have enjoyed welcoming guests ever since, and also traveling all over the U.S. in Paul’s truck camper.
Kirsten and Kelsey are Paul’s nieces. Kirsten worked in the office during the summer of 2013, and returned 7 months later with her sister Kelsey to give Paul more time to relax. Kelsey graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a degree in Natural Resource Economics and enjoys mountain biking and skiing. Kirsten graduated from Smith College in 2013, and spent 7 months traveling through Spain, Mongolia, and New Zealand before returning to Ramblewood.