Could never justify spending thousands for a new compact w/loader, just to sit at camp. And ain't interested in lugging it back and forth.
So I bought an IH 184 several years ago for up at camp. Unlike earlier tractors in the Cub series that don't have much power, this one is rated at 18HP.
Basically it's the last Cub numbered LoBoy they ever made in that series and is red/white/black like a proper IH, not yellow/white.
Mine has the creeper gear (hi/lo), a three point hitch, split "steering" brakes and front snow blade, in addition to the 5' belly mower. With lo range capability, that thing chews up vegetation very well.
Started converting old pasture from briars and goldenrods into actual clover patches years ago, with the mower. And have done some grading with the three point hitch. Have used it to fetch dead deer out of the woods and firewood, with a carryall on the hitch. Considering the tractor only cost $2500, close enough.
Only drawback was the wide turf tires, which didn't work worth a darn on muddy slopes. Bought an old "regular" cub for peanuts, that had new ag tires on it and swapped them onto the 184. Regular little billy goat now, with ag tires.
Put a 5' sickle bar mower on the Cub ($250) and use that to mow along the long road frontage at camp. Although it looks ridiculous with those wide turf tires on it.
If we need a "real" tractor at camp, my cousin brings his IH 656 diesel over. Last spring his son decided to enlarge the food plot and pestered his dad into bringing over the 656 and four bottom plow. Cousin said it took him longer to put the plow on and drive across the valley and back, than it did to work up the plot.