RV camping near Binghamton with showers

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Waterfall Creek

6 sites · RVs, Tents40 acres · Millport, NY
This is a beautiful piece of property located in the heart of the Finger Lakes and Wine Country of NY. It features a stunning spring fed waterfall and nice forest land. Very close to town but also very secluded and private. Great place to unwind and relax from our everyday lives. It is situated however in a gully next to a creek and waterfall so it is susceptible to heavy rains. It is recommended to at least have an AWD vehicle if rainy. I can usually help campers with getting to the site in my side X side if you need to park up at the pasture. Please order enough wood initially as I have found I spend a lot of time delivering extra wood to campers. It seems as if you will typically go through 2 bundles per night on average. Also I supply a contractor size garbage bag to you if you choose garbage removal. It is also a good idea to text me when you have a solid ETA so I can be here to take you to the site. I want to mention that the two sites closest to the waterfall are a slight hike in and can only accommodate up to 4 person tents so if a bigger group or vehicle camping you will be placed at another site. Hope to see you soon. Ken
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Underhill Forest and Farm

6 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents36 acres · Dryden, NY
Underhill Inn is a small homestead located in the Finger Lakes region tucked in the rolling hills near Dryden Lake. We have a small garden, a flock of sheep and chickens, hives of honeybees and countless wild foraging on our 36 acres of pasture and hiking trails.   Take a walk down to Brockendock pond and cruise across the water in a canoe or paddleboat to find peepers, heron, toads and turtles. Drop a line in the water to catch trout, bass and sunnies. The chicken coop is always bustling and there are plenty of eggs to harvest each day. A morning hike on the trails usually kicks up the deer and wild turkeys and at night the barn owl will sing for you if you listen close. Adults and children are welcome to pet and feed the animals on the farm. There are farm tours available where you can learn more about our mushroom garden, composting techniques, blueberries, felting, and more. 
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Lakeside Campground

50 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents45 acres · Windsor, NY
Welcome to the lakeside campground in beautiful Windsor, New York! We are a seasonal campground open May 1st thru October 15th. Surrounded by nature’s beauty, lakeside provides spacious, Rustic campsites in a quiet, family-friendly environment. We offer these amenities and more! • Variety of wooded campsites, all with picnic tables and fire rings • Full hook-up (W/E/S) RV sites - Lakeside and Large Pull-through sites • Tent / Pop-up (W/E) sites – Lakeside and Remote (Hillside Tent Loop) • Rental Accommodations – Cabins, Rental RVs, Yurts, and Platform Tent • Fishing on private lake; no NYS license required • Swimming in Lakeside’s new in-ground pool or designated lake swim area • Basic Campground WiFi • Non-motorized boating, using personal or rental boats (kayaks, peddle boats, row boats, or canoes) • Playground, Game Room, Pool Table, and more • Laundry, Bath Facilities, and Dump Station • Camp convenience store - includes firewood bundles, ice, propane refills, fishing worms, ice cream, grocery items, and more • Activities every weekend • Hiking and Golf Nearby (under 5 miles) Nothing beats curling up in a cozy sleeping bag under the stars. At Lakeside, we honor the desires of these camping “purists”, while offering an experience that has “evolved” to meet the needs of today’s tenters. All of our rates are based on 2 persons. Additional persons are $5.00, and Children 10 years & under are free. There is no charge for pets in your own camping units. If you fish, Lakeside provides wonderful fishing. The lake includes bass, sunnies, bluegills, catfish, and perch. We have a license for the lake so you do not need an NYS license.
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Campground on the River

37 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents6 acres · Roscoe, NY
Butternut Grove Campsites allows campers to visit the Catskills and connect with nature. Offering a relaxing atmosphere while only 2 hours from New York City and 1 hour from Binghamton. Butternut Grove Campsites creates lasting memories of camping, great people, and fishing experiences. Our goal is to bring a family-oriented atmosphere to our campground, offering fun activities and a variety of desired amenities for the entire fishermen's family and his best friends. Owned By Bridget & Paul along with their three children and Gaston the pig and Rulo the dog. We are delighted to join the Butternut Grove Family with hopes to bring good vibes and good times! At Butternut Grove Campsite, you can enjoy various amenities such as a heated bath house with hot showers, laundry, quality firewood delivered to your site, handmade "Flies by Greg" for purchase, kayaks and tubes for rent, propane gas available on-site, fire ring and picnic table at each site, bag ice, water and electricity at each site with 30 amp and 50 amp electric, Wi-Fi, winter storage and winterizing for RVs, dump station on-site, honey-wagon services available, and a fly fishing guide named Joe Rist who is the head and owner of Trout Town Flies.lies
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Cayuta Sun Farm

4 sites · RVs, Tents40 acres · Alpine, NY
Cayuta Sun is a small, permaculture-based farm. On pasture and under the canopy of trees, we produce pasture-raised meats, log-grown shiitake mushrooms, and a variety of sustainably produced fruits, vegetables, and woodland products.We currently offer pork, whole chickens and shiitake mushrooms  We mostly sell retail at farmers markets and at the farm by appointment. This farm is the home of Michael Burns & Kelly Dietz who seek to build a local, regenerative economy that builds community and supports food sovereignty. Each year we commit to struggle and innovation to produce food that is healthy for our environment and ourselves. Cayuta Sun Farm also supports sustainable farming education by hosting workshops and events, especially with the Finger Lakes Permaculture Institute. 
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Robinia in Glenwood Heights

3 sites · RVs, Tents24 acres · Ithaca, NY
Robinia in Glenwood Heights is a working homestead located on 24 acres of mostly forested land. The predominant species in the mixed hardwood forests are Robinia Pseudoacacia (Black locust) and Black Walnut. There are places on the land and a short walk away along DuBois and Glenwood Heights Roads where there are wonderful views of Cayuga Lake. It is less than a mile walk or ride to the Black Diamond Trail, a hiking and biking trail that extends four+ miles North to Taughannock Falls State Park and four+ miles South to Cass Park, the Ithaca Children's Garden, and the City of Ithaca Municipal Pool. And all of downtown Ithaca. Hundreds of adjacent (although not accessible) acres are wildlife preserves, abandoned orchards, and a working honey bee and bison farm. Bathroom and hot showers available in the house, included in price, indoor kitchen and an on-site enclosed porch space for rainy days available for separate fee. Gardening, produce and flower-picking can be arranged on-site in season. Within biking distance of Finger Lakes National Forest in Hector. Located half-way between Ithaca and Trumansburg, down a long driveway. Amazingly quiet and private.
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Camp-n-Jam Heaven

1 site · RV, Tent14 acres · Hamden, NY
Set on 14 secluded acres in the heart of the western Catskills, we are just a few miles from the East Branch of the Delaware River where eagles soar and fish jump.  You won't see a single other human structure or light from our property, and the sky is so dark that you can see the stars into the depths of the universe.  Our creek runs year-round and feeds the Pepacton Reservoir down the road.  This is still an authentic farming community where passersby in cars wave and the neighbors are friendly. Set in a valley surrounded by low mountains and forest, you might hear a coyote howl in the distance or an owl hooting.  Learn more about this land:Sit under a blanket of stars next to a roaring fire pit while communing with friends.  Listen to the gentle gurgling of the nearby creek by night and wade in it by day.  Borrow one of our many bicycles for a ride on the secluded country roads, play badminton or Frisbee on our spacious lawns, recline in a hammock or swinging chair for a snooze. Take a long walk into the forest to bird-watch and listen.  Rain in the forecast?  No problem - hang out in the spacious upstairs of our barn where there's ample seating and a dartboard to test your skills.  Plenty of space for tents to be pitched, both by the house and up the hill. Bathroom is in the house.  Town is about 5 miles away and after July 4 the pool is open.  There are some decent restaurants in town.  Kayaking on the East Branch of the Delaware River is one of life's most serene and enjoyable experiences (expect to spend at least 4 hours on the river). Bald eagles are often spotted on the river.  Other trailheads nearby.Love to sing or play a musical instrument?  Bring it along for some jamming by the fire or in the barn.  We've got lots of sheet music and always an extra ukulele or two.Come join us at our slice of heaven!No charge for children 12 and under. Firewood is included. (Note: the satellite image of the property is NOT accurate!)
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Karenville

2 sites · RVs, Tents50 acres · South Hill, NY
Karenville is an adventure. It’s a tiny whimsical village with a Victorian influence. I built it one building at a time just for fun. I have been living here in Karenville for over 20 years totally electric free. Yes that’s right there is no electric or running water. No worries it’s all very civilized.
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Camp Handsome Hollow

1 site · RV, Tent3 acres · Long Eddy, NY
Welcome to Camp Handsome Hollow! Celebrate family, fun and friends in the perfect location for a memorable and relaxing visit! The Camp is built from the heart, with thoughtful and convenient amenities, designed for comfortable group gatherings. Enjoy the open and dynamic space, stroll the nature trail, listen to the babbling stream and lounge around the pond. Breathe fresh mountain air while cooking outdoors in the amazing kitchen. Relax under the pavilion with ambient lighting. Play horseshoes or yard games while listening to Bluetooth surround sound. Leisurely recreate on site or nearby, while enjoying nature and various activities. Camp Handsome Hollow is designed with your group in mind! It has plenty of space, designated for only one group at a time, minimum 6 guests, maximum 25 guests, 5 years and under free. Furry friends are welcome. We are open the first weekend in June, thru the end of October (Thursday-Monday). To assist with an easy and enjoyable visit, the camp has bountiful amenities. Prep and prepare delicious meals, in a stocked, covered, comfortable and lit (led) outdoor kitchen. Enjoy meal prep with our various, bulk cast iron cookware and season with an array of available spices. Cook over an open flame on the elongated wood fired grill. Grill on one or two of our commercial grade charcoal grills. Fuel is easy with our self-serve firewood for purchase or bring your own charcoal. Rent a burner, fryer, crab pot or wok included with propane, to experiment and create a memorable meal. Easily access cold food and drinks with a full-size refrigerator, in the nearby pavilion. Safely store supplies with plenty of ample dry shelving. Making coffee for your group is easy, using our fresh, well water and bulk 15 cup coffee maker. Conveniently, power rice cookers and crock pots at our small appliance station. Enjoy meals and quality time utilizing multiple areas, such as our wrap around bench, picnic tables, and lean to area. Afterwards, dishes are easy, including late night clean up with our lighted, double sink dishwashing and drying area. Listen and enjoy your playlists with the Pyle Bluetooth surround system while playing fun yard games or shoot some hoops (bring your own ball). Access our unique bathhouse and clean, interesting outhouse. Build a campfire, whenever you like in our firepit with self-serve firewood. In the evenings, illuminate a portion of the camp with the horseshoe pit overhead lights. Star gazing is amazing with dim lighting or bring a telescope. The activities and adventure continue offsite and nearby from natural areas and a distillery to outdoor Mexican food with a view. Enjoy breathtaking mountain and country views while strolling along Shea and Klondike Road. View functional stick and stone art or experience a tour, onsite with #9's Polish Designs (the host), upon request/reservation. Offsite and for easy water recreation, swim, fish or relax on the river rock beach, at the East Branch River Access, only 8 minutes away from camp. Enjoy a river trip, and leisurely float on the river. Soaring Eagle, less than 15 minutes away, provides the necessities, kayaks, tubes, rafts and canoes, plus transportation. Beyond the river and just a few minutes away, Rock Valley Spirits, offers distillery tours/tastings/cocktails with scenic outdoor views and seating. Grab a bite to eat at Salsa Shack, less than 10 minutes away, while gazing at the lush greenery, mountain views and beaver pond. Afterwards, work off the meal, with an amazing and scenic hike, or walking trails. The famous Jensen Ledges and Patridge Walking Trail are a short drive away. On the way back to camp take a quick dip at the Lordville River Access, stop at the Equinunk General Store or grab some ice cream at The Cow Lick. Besides the plethora of possibilities, other amenities are included with your stay. As an overview, included with the camp are bulk cooking items (pots, pans, serving utensils, knives, spices), large 15 cup coffee maker/urn and 7 to 14 gallons of fresh, drinkable, well water for your usage. Upon reservation, we provide a kitchen content list of specific items. Please bring your own dishes, flatware, cooking oils, paper products, storage containers, etc. We apologize for the length of the description but want to mention the possibilities that may be of interest or a deciding factor when choosing your home away from home! We look forward to your visit and ensuring a perfect visit at Camp Handsome Hollow!
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C.A.L.M

2 sites · RVs3 acres · Rome, PA
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Shepardiss Moon Camp

4 sites · RVsSouth Otselic, NY
High atop a mountain above a small farming and fishing community.Enjoy outstanding views, plenty of wildlife, and endless activities.Hiking, fishing, boating, horse back riding.Relax and enjoy the farm animals or put your camp in our private space for more seclusion.Huge night sky so full of stars you won't need a lantern.Learn more about this land:Pitch your own tent, bring a pop up camper or use one of ours. Sleep under the huge sky full of stars, enjoy the sheep, chickens, and peacock. Beautiful view right from your campsite. 3000 acres of State Forest to hike, enjoy walking thru the babbling Brook, or enjoy a day on the lake just a 15 minute ride. Fresh eggs provided daily, fishing close by, bring your own horse or rent from the locals.
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Camping near Binghamton, New York has never been better for RV enthusiasts looking for a refreshing shower. Hipcamp offers over 2800 options for RV camping with showers in the area. With options as low as $10 per night and an average price of $50 per night, you have plenty of affordable choices. Some of the top campsites include BeaverWood Farm (no children) (251 reviews), ZiegenVine Homestead (230 reviews), and The Mountain Top @Wright's Farm (219 reviews). Popular amenities include showers, trash, and toilets, while popular activities include whitewater paddling, hiking, and visiting historic sites.

Camping near Binghamton, New York has never been better for RV enthusiasts looking for a refreshing shower. Hipcamp offers over 2800 options for RV camping with showers in the area. With options as low as $10 per night and an average price of $50 per night, you have plenty of affordable choices. Some of the top campsites include BeaverWood Farm (no children) (251 reviews), ZiegenVine Homestead (230 reviews), and The Mountain Top @Wright's Farm (219 reviews). Popular amenities include showers, trash, and toilets, while popular activities include whitewater paddling, hiking, and visiting historic sites.

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