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The best camping near Binghamton, New York.

Unique cabins and farmstead campgrounds are calling you home to the green hills and valleys of Binghampton.


beautiful open field to pitch your tent
lake view :)
Lakeview Sunrise
this property is absolutely beautiful!!
Lakeview Sunrise
Lakeview Sunrise
100% 6 Responses
$50/night
Ezekiel
Ezekiel: David and Marla are two of the kindest people we've met on our travels. We stopped by f...
cabin people winter
Pine Tree Paradise
Pine Tree Paradise
Pine Tree Paradise
Pine Tree Paradise
Pine Tree Paradise
100% 1 Response
$195/night
Meredith
Meredith: We loved staying at Pine Tree Paradise! Our host Leo was very kind and generous and he ...
With the Finger Lakes to the west and the Hudson River to the east, you'll think Binghamton is a nature lover's dream come true. And if you want to stay awhile, you're in luck. An amazing variety of campgrounds and private cottages are ready and waiting. Pitch your tent at Chenango Valley State Park for birdwatching, fishing, and the chance to cool off in a glacial pond. Or Read more...
With the Finger Lakes to the west and the Hudson River to the east, you'll think Binghamton is a nature lover's dream come true. And if you want to stay awhile, you're in luck. An amazing variety of campgrounds and private cottages are ready and waiting. Pitch your tent at Chenango Valley State Park for birdwatching, fishing, and the chance to cool off in a glacial pond. Or jump over the border to nearby Pennsylvania for a weekend among the lush, prehistoric forests of Salt Springs State Park. Stay close to the city on local campgrounds where you can listen to the sounds of warbling birdcalls ring through the trees, or head farther out of the valley and call a rustic cabin, working farmstead, or cozy hand-built yurt your home for the night. The greater Binghamton area is full of unique camping options housed on both public and private land, so you can get away from it all and call a corner of the upstate forest your very own.
Enjoying the creek, and figuring out how I can get down there!
There's a clearing right before you reach the creek, which they said the'll put a fire pit in soon.
Oh! Pear South
Setting up my tent creekside!
The water isn't too deep... I'd recommend water shoes if you want to attempt to cross to the other side.
Oh! Pear Orchards
100% 8 Responses
$40/night
Chantilly
Chantilly: I enjoyed my stay here so much! Donna and Greg treated me like family, and went out of...
Charming Lake Cabin + 2000 acres
Charming Lake Cabin + 2000 acres
Charming Lake Cabin + 2000 acres
Charming Lake Cabin + 2000 acres
Charming Lake Cabin + 2000 acres
Kathleen
Kathleen: Our stay was wonderful! Came with three friends and my dog and everything was as expect...
Agricultural tourism is a big draw in Binghamton, and activities include tours of wineries, farm tours, and a botanic garden.
forest people winter
Stream Camp
Stream Camp
Stream Camp
Stream Camp
Leo
Leo: Pitch your tent in my stream camp and have access to your own picnic table and fire...
Bainbridge Overlander camp ground
Bainbridge Overlander camp ground
Bainbridge Overlander camp ground
Bainbridge Overlander camp ground
Bainbridge Overlander camp ground
Joseph
Joseph: Pitch your tent down along the creek area enjoy a hike or a swim . Beautiful views town...
Biking and cycling are popular in this area, just make sure you bring your helmet with you — they're required by law in Binghamton.
Paddle around in the 6 acre pond stocked while fishing for large and small mouth bass, and way to many sunny's.
Walk around the 141 acre equestrian farm and watch the horses frolic.
Gorgeous scenery
Horse back riding available.
We loved camping by the pond
Norfolk Heritage Farm
100% 2 Responses
$20/night
Britney
Britney: We had a great time. We were warmly welcomed and my kids’ MANY questions about the ani...
Set up your tent here
How about setting a tent here
Over three miles of trails
Explore the season waterfalls
Shared outdoor kitchen and Pavilion
Joseph
Joseph: Rune Hill Sanctuary is a great place to get away from the hustle and bustle of the...
Travel northwest from Binghamton to hop on the Finger Lakes Trail, a continuous trail that crosses almost the entire state of New York.
Krazy Acres
Krazy Acres
Krazy Acres
Krazy Acres
Krazy Acres
Jamelle
Jamelle: 4 small campsites tucked away on a 6 acre farm, 20 minutes south of Ithaca, NY....
Camp fire ring
This is the Place
Close to Owego, NY - voted the coolest small town in North America
This Must Be The Place Farm
side of barn look up the meadow
Richard
Richard: Pitch your tent anywhere on our 5. 6 acres or in our barn.   You won't want to leave...
If you need a snack before you head out into the wilderness, grab a spiedie, Binghamton's signature dish.
Looking North, just before sun set.  Sun rise will light up your tent and is usually stunning.
Sunrise
Sun rise over the valley filled with fog, as seen from the camp site
One of our wildlife ponds
Red House Ranch Camp
Ike
Ike:     This is the only camp site on a 200 acre parcel of secluded rural farm land.  We...
The view from our personal favorite spot, just right for a tent! With or without the goat!
They won't be in your site, but they love visitors
A view up the hill
We're all friendly here!
Pick a bouquet of wildflowers for your table
Jules
Jules: You'll stay at the top of a hill with a beautiful view. We are a smallish farmstead...
Bring your umbrella. Binghamton has more than 150 rainy days a year, making it the 10th rainiest city in the United States.
View from the camper
Take the foot bridge to the other side of the property.
Take the canoe to this park like are for a picnic
Stump pond- Great fishing and bird watching
Take a hike! Through this  beautiful pine forest.
Anastasia
Anastasia: The campsite is located in Tioga County NY, just ten minutes outside of the Historic...
picnic area in back of cabin
Cabin interior showing wood stove
View from trail near cabin. Most views are seasonal due to leaves on trees.
triple decker! Note the vintage ice box, available for your use.
entrance
Joan and Leo
Joan And Leo: This is an extremely rustic, unimproved (so far) hunting cabin about a 15 - 30 minute...
Kinsley Camp
Kinsley Camp
Carol
Carol: Pitch your tent in the lovely woods of Cooper Hill in the rolling hills of Lockwood,NY....
Winter Thorn Farm
Winter Thorn Farm
Winter Thorn Farm
Winter Thorn Farm
Winter Thorn Farm
Steve
Steve: Pitch your tent in forest, field or by the stream amongst our White Spruce forest....
camp surrounded by beautiful Hemlock & Black Locust trees
tent forest people
tent forest people
Shiitake Mushroom Camp
Beautiful Shiitake Farm in the forest
Shiitake Mushroom Camp
100% 36 Responses
$40/night
Ezekiel
Ezekiel: Mushrooms!!! This place is absolutely wonderful! Such a unique experience camping on th...
Cozy campsite by the creek
Exploring the paths off the main trail led to an open field filled with wildflowers
forest people camper
Crossing the footbridge to the tent site
Exploring the stream bed nestled by the camp site
Family Farm
100% 6 Responses
$30/night
Jacqueline
Jacqueline : Rashid Field Farms is in a great location in a quiet wooded area. The camp sites are a ...
View of the camp
There's a tree stand - perfect for morning coffee!
Evening view
Fireside
Robert Treman State Park - a nearby state park where you can swim at the base of this fabulous waterfall
Sanctuary in the woods
100% 13 Responses
$35/night
Tara
Tara: What a unique property Bob and Pam have created in their Sanctuary in the Woods! We wer...
Oh my gosh this place was a treat!
Look at this view!
A queen sized bed with an air mattress. Just bring your own sheets and pillows.
This is it! We love it!
The view from where we parked.
Erin + Caroline
Erin + Caroline: What a cool property this is!!! Caywood Lakeside Campsite is down a winding gravel driv...