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The Delaware River carves a deep gorge through the Poconos, forming a stunning backdrop for camping.

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Ugly Apple Farms
4 units · Tents70 acres · Port Jervis, New YorkUgly Apple Farms was started by my Wife and to try to bring fresh organic/permaculture food to...
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The Awosting Club
7 units · Glamping250 acres · New YorkImmerse Yourself in Rustic Luxury - Unplug and Relax. Peaceful geo-dome situated along ravine...
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The highest waterfall at Ricketts Glenn
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Welcome Ricketts Glen Hikers
10 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents6 acres · Hunlock Creek, PennsylvaniaThis is Prime Agruculture. We sit on 6 acres of Beautiful land Surrounded by Trees, Birds, Starry...
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Majestic Farm & Organic Orchard
4 units · Glamping, Tents18 acres · New YorkMajestic Farm is an Animal Welfare Approved, Biodynamic Organic Farm. We have 6 acres of Organic Apples in addition to pigs, chickens, peacocks and geese roaming the grounds.We are open! Ask about our Organic apples in the fall and pasture raised heritage meats and eggs available all year round. Visit majesticfarm .com online for detail and check us out on instagram @ majesticfarmheritage to get a sense of the property.Majestic Farm is a safe place. We welcome all members of the community, and emphasize that we are safe space for BIPOC and for members of the LGBTQI community. All people are beautiful. Be sure to message us if you would like to purchase firewood, meats or apples (listed on our website- majesticfarm . com), or rent our tandem bicycle ($15 day). You can message, we will leave your items for contact free pick-up and you can pay cash or venmo us later.Please carry out what you carry in and leave it clean for the next group. We clean between all visitors - and are currently keeping quite a distance to protect you, the site and everybody involved.The property is a 5 minute drive to the hamlet of Mountaindale, @ visitmountaindale/ mountaindale dot com which has a lovely Rail Trail for hikes and bikes, and some excellent dining options including @ highvoltagecatskills, in addition to creek bar a magical cafe & bar with outdoor seating and fire pits that serves delicious modern Polish American comfort food, great cocktails, and has live music and events on weekends. There is also an artisan pizza spot with indoor/outdoor seating, hipster vibes and fun cocktails and live music @ thedaleNY For shopping you can also stop by @ forageandgather - they have foods, meats, gourmet deli and coffee and carry all the little things you may have forgotten to bring along in addition to a locally and craft focused wine and spirits shop. Also stop by @ ambikaboutique and get some hand crochet bikinis or angora hats and vintage clothing in addition to local jewlery. Check out a full herbal apothecary with gifts and body products @ witcheyhandmade, in addition to a few other small shops in town.There is superb hiking nearby at Neversink Unique Area in Rock Hill. Also Bashakill trails (and conveniently a vineyard with tastings and events right nearby). Your'e also about 30 minutes away from super cute fun larger towns and attractions like New Paltz, Livingston Manor, and tons of incredible Catskill hiking and nature opportunities. NOTE! There's an excellent Farmers Market on Saturday's in Rock Hill from 10-1pm from June to September also. Come find us there!As always - if you have any questions, issues, concerns, please don't hesitate to reach out - we are here to help!
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Bethel Pastures Farm
4 units · Glamping52 acres · Jeffersonville, New YorkPurchased in 1999 from famous photographer Joel Meyerowitz, Rochelle fell in love with the...
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TainoWoods Fairy Magical Sweet Land
8 units · Tents10 acres · New YorkJesse and Chantel are the kindhearted and dedicated keepers of this beautiful oasis. With twelve...
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The Outlier Inn
12 units · Glamping12 acres · Woodridge, New YorkThe Outlier Inn is a bucolic 12-acre farm in New York state’s southern Catskill mountains, 90...
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The pool house sits beyond the main house and offers privacy.
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Boulder Point Camp
23 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents40 acres · Pine Bush, New YorkWe have 40 acres with miles of trails through the property. It is located on the hudson valley...
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Dj Duncan's Piece of Heaven
4 units · Motorhomes, Tents1 acre · Robesonia, PennsylvaniaWe are an active dairy farm in the rolling hills of Berks County, Pennsylvania. We take awesome...
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Campsites at Stonewall
7 units · Motorhomes, Tents97 acres · Middletown, New Yorkthis beautiful 97 acre horse farm is made up of beautiful rolling fields filled with horses. The...
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Fairview Farms Airfield
14 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents66 acres · PennsylvaniaThe 66-acre property has been licensed as an airport (PS20) since the 1980s. It is currently an...
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This 1965 refurbished Scott camper (a.k.a. The Cupola) is where we stayed. It overlooks the pond.
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Hidden Chalet
4 units · Glamping, Tents2 acres · Roscoe, New YorkAn alternative camping experience. The Hidden Chalet Campgrounds is only minutes away from downtown Roscoe where you can enjoy local shopping, brewery and restaurants. Many wonderful places to visit around the area such as Dundas Castle, Roscoe O&W Railway Museum, Beaverkill Covered Bridge and lots more. While on campgrounds grab your fishing rod and enjoy our stocked pond, sit by the ever flowing brook, build a campfire and take in the serenity of beautiful upstate NY.  Items to remember to bring: Sheets/blankets/towels, trash bags, mosquito spray, sunscreen, matches, lantern/flashlight/batteries, toilet paper. (Some items may be available for purchase.)
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The Delaware River cuts through this protected region in the Poconos, carving a deep gorge amid the mountains. This is the Delaware Water Gap, a pristine region of forests, lakes, and mountains.

The Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area covers 70,000 acres. The water gap forms a natural boundary between Pennsylvania and New Jersey. You'll find tons of hiking, camping, swimming, fishing, and kayaking in both states.

Waterfalls and scenic outlooks make for rewarding hiking here. Take the short but tough trail to Raymondskill Falls, a triple cascading fall that's the tallest in Pennsylvania. At Bushkill Falls, a series of walkways and bridges lead over the roaring water. Around 30 miles of the Appalachian Trail wind through, passing dramatic lookouts over the river.

Cool down after hiking at the three public beaches: Smithfield, Milford, and Turtle Beach. All have lifeguards on duty, picnic tables, and bathrooms for changing.

In the heart of the park is Millbrook Village, a living museum from the pioneer days. Check the calendar before you arrive. The expert docents do seasonal demonstrations such as maple sugaring and apple cider pressing.

About a dozen private campgrounds are here. Within the national recreation area, the camps have basic amenities such as bathrooms and water spigots. Outside the area, camps often have extra amenities like Wi-Fi and full hook-up RV sites. Some rent out cabins, while others operate group kayak tours and boat rentals.

The Worthington State Forest has public campgrounds. Many of these spacious sites are right on the water, with fire rings to cook bass and walleye caught from the river. At the center of the park is Sunfish pond, a glacial pond with gorgeous clear waters. The Appalachian trail runs past the pond. It's a short but steep climb to Mount Tammany, the second highest peak in the Kittatinny Mountains.

Roughly 40 miles of the Delaware River wind through this protected region. Kayakers get a stunning view of the gorge and days worth of paddling. The unspoiled river runs calmly on its course, so most stretches are ideal for beginners. Access points every 10 miles or so allow for flexible planning.

Kayakers can pitch tent at the Alosa campsites near Bushkill. Accessible only by boat, these secluded sites are ideal for multi-day adventures on the water. Make your reservations in advance and bring your own potable water. If the Alosa sites fill up, you can also camp at designated river sites on a first-come, first-served basis.

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