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The best hot spring camping in New York.

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


The entrance to the cabin feels like you're walking into a forest fairytale. When there has been rain, a small brook runs through the property and you're only a few hundred yards away from the Mongaup River.
A king-size bed awaits you at the top of the cabin.
The cabin was made 100% from lumber from the property or recycled materials found over the years.
The outhouse has a beautiful exterior and is kept extremely clean.
The interior is rustic and tastefully decorated.
Cabin provided
Shelly
Shelly: Staying at this cabin was a truly magical experience. Secluded away in a corner of the ...
There were several flat areas to choose from.
The trail that goes up behind Brad's property. You can also camp up here!
Brad had the mowing down tight!
Look for this shed to know where to turn in!
Love Ms. Maggie!
Erin + Caroline
Erin + Caroline: Brad, our host at Close to I-86 Expressway - RESTSTOP is a super nice guy. He showed up...
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.
tent sites.
lake george ny.
Paradise Gardens Tent Sites
paradise nights by the fire.
bbqs, cooking and camping areas.
felix
Felix: Clean, quiet small resort, where guests can relax, cook in the outdoors, play games,...
Colorado ranch
Colorado ranch
Colorado ranch
Colorado ranch
Colorado ranch
Cabin provided
Nicolas
Nicolas: My Ranch was a dream come through and I'm willing to share with another people in the...