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The 10 best camping spots in New York.

Venture upstate and outdoors for a whole new type of New York state of mind.

Magic Forest Farm Camp
Loc
Loc: Magic Forest was just as expected. We stayed two nights and felt quite secluded. We never got a chance...
Woodsedge Retreat
Sara + Mike
Sara + Mike: Wake up to the sounds of nature on this serene, private property spanning 50 acres in the gorgeous...
Outside of the big apple, there's a world of camping, hiking, and exploring to be discovered in the expansive land of New York. The gorgeous landscapes that inspired the Hudson River School art movement are alive and well today, and a trip to the scenic Hudson River Valley or up to the nearby Catskills are worth the views year-round. Whether you pitch your tent down in the Read more...
Outside of the big apple, there's a world of camping, hiking, and exploring to be discovered in the expansive land of New York. The gorgeous landscapes that inspired the Hudson River School art movement are alive and well today, and a trip to the scenic Hudson River Valley or up to the nearby Catskills are worth the views year-round. Whether you pitch your tent down in the valley, head west to the Finger Lakes, or venture north to the Adirondacks, an abundance of state parks and national forests makes camping in upstate New York worth the journey. Bursting, green forests and endless mountain trails make peace and tranquility easy to come by, but camping in New York state parks isn't the only game in town. Rent a cabin or book a campsite along the shores of Lake George, perfect for water sports, boating, or just a day at the beach. And the best camping near Buffalo is arguably right along the shores of Lake Ontario, in close proximity to Niagara Falls.
Pine Hill Retreat Bunkhouse
Quinton
Quinton: The Pine Hill Retreat Bunkhouse was great! The cabin is situated in a field up the side of a mountain...
Mountain Top Campsite
Roz
Roz: Wright's Farm is a delight to visit. The scenary of the Shawagunk Ridge is spectacular. The farm has...
The famous Woodstock festival was actually held on a farm in Bethel, NY.
Glamping Tent in the woods
John & Paula
John & Paula: You will be camping next to the Seneca/Cayuga Canal, There is Swimming, fishing, kayaking( included in...
Yurt Home on a Horse Farm
Ezekiel
Ezekiel: Beth's horse farm is absolutely stunning. Her horses are so friendly and calm, best of all they freely...
New York's Genesee River is one of the only rivers in the world to flow south to north.
Robibero's Retreat
Tara
Tara: This is an awesome place to pitch your tent, especially if you enjoy local wine. It's dispersed...
Sacred Hollow
Jody
Jody: Great spot! It felt very secluded, with just the beavers for company. Rachel and her husband were very...
Apples were first introduced by European settlers in the 1600s.
Hammock Haven
Rachel
Rachel: Tucked into a hemlock forest are two, two person parachute material hammocks. Both have tarp rain...
Faery Glen
Jaime
Jaime: We stayed in a tent, in a beautiful clearing with a magical pond. Rachel was kind and helpful. Her...