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Camping near East Aurora

The East Aurora area offers everything from private outdoor hideaways to family-friendly campgrounds.

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The Quarry

54 sites · RVs, Tents200 acres · West Falls, NY
Property with a limited number of sites with power however plenty of tent camping and self contained camping. The property was a recreational area with 88 camping sites. It is now a personal entertainment venue. On the property is a bath house with 4 warm showers and two toilets, men’s and woman’s.
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Curry Farm

96 sites · RVs, Tents30 acres · East Aurora, NY
It’s an 1830’s Early Settlers Farmstead situated within 30 acres of an old Christmas Tree Farm. Learn more about this land: We are in the epicenter of the 2024 total eclipse, We will have over 3 minutes of totality. Join us for this once in a life time experience . No light or noise pollution . Located 2 miles from the village of East Aurora. The village has many restaurants, shops and breweries.  Park for the day for $25.00 . Enjoy nature and the eclipse on our farmstead. On April 8, 2024 you may enter the field at noon and exit by 6:00 P.M. In September we are 2.5 miles from Knox farm and Borderland festival. An amazing event,
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Wood Spring (since 1957)

9 sites · RVs, Tents55 acres · East Aurora, NY
Wood Spring is a not-for-profit (503 c 7) outdoor member club that was created in 1957. Our 52 acres include a pond, forest and creek to enjoy and explore. The gate combination will be given upon confirmation. Enter through the gate on our one lane road, cross the shallow creek and end at our large open meadow. If the creek is ever too high to cross, park in the grassy area and walk across foot bridge. GPS coordinates will be shared of your site. Enter those in your map software. Welcome to our club. Your stay includes a temporary membership in Wood Spring, Inc..
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Big Tree Camping

3 sites · RVs, Tents2 acres · Orchard Park, NY
Learn more about this land:This property is in Orchard Park.I have a large parking area with 20a electrical available for small campers or small trailers. Also a hose is available to fill water. Alternatively, I have two great tent spaces at the back of the property with a private areas to set up tents. There is a (shared) campfire stonepit at the back of the property. Split firewood is available for $5.00 per armload.  Campers can take this from the firewood pile near the garage.Chestnut Ridge park is a 7 minute drive. It has great trails and a large fishing pond. Green lake is also nearby with fishing and good places for paddle boarding.The property is .5 mi from Bills Stadium.  Lake Erie and its beaches are a 15 minute drive.A bathroom is available at specific hours (typically 4pm-8:30 am)  or if arranged in advance outside those hours. No shower is available.
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Goodschoolfarm

6 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents26 acres · Forestville, NY
We are a former homestead with a swimming pond, two camper cabins and camp spots. We have trails in the woods and are located near many places to explore, Lake Erie, Amish, excellent fishing and beautiful woods. We are on a dirt road very secluded and quiet but not far away from main traveling routes
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Hideaway Valley

1 site · RV, Tent6 acres · Springville, NY
Learn more about this land:Over 1000 feet of frontage on Cattaragus creek. Great for fishing. Large gravel pad for cars or RV. Great spot to start or end Kayaking trip. Zoar valley tavern with food and live music is less than 1/4 mile away.
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Tomtuga on the Erie Canal

3 sites · RVs2 acres · Gasport, NY
Thank you for looking at what I have to offer. We love to have fun here. Which is why we call our little campground Tomtuga. It is sort of a reference of the Caribbean pirate island of Tortuga, except my name is Tom. I'm here mostly for the canal and living the pirate life and this should be more of our backstory. Yet Bigfoot and his cousin Yeti show up once in awhile to keep things interesting.  Here at Tomtuga we are 2 acres with the Erie Canal across the front on a quiet street and the Genesee Valley Transportation, a local shortline railroad across the backyard. Boat season is May - Oct. Train runs mostly just two days a week all year. Step out and give the boats and trains a friendly wave.   We are a hard packed base that can handle the very large RVs. There is only a small area of ''good'' grass on campsite #2, that has no electric. Campsite #1 is where the 50amp / 30amp / 110 electric outlets are.  We offer ''Buddy Camping'', in which if you are traveling with friends in a 2nd RV / camper. I allow you to both camp on the same campsite or split and use both sites. We can rent more campsites in our ''Overflow Site #3'', if you have more than two campers coming. Either way you will then need to rent both sites. You can also use tents in the grass area, if you brought them with you.  Also if you don't need power, like you have solar or batteries etc. I might allow you to park anywhere on our two acres. You can check the property out before setting up. I allow 2nd vehicles or also ''toads'' on the campsites too at no charge.   I'm Ok if you show up early from an overnight drive to the site and park in the main driveway. If there are not any previous campers onsite, I might let you into the site. Just let me know beforehand.  *No bathrooms on the property! You must have self contained units! When I get the bathroom built, this will change. **Again, NO Bathrooms here! If you try to book posing as a ''campervan'' but just a van or staying in a cardboard box on a trailer, don't book here. Please go stealth camp at Walmart, they have bathrooms and are free to overnight. I wouldn't pee in your yard.  No water hookups. No dumpstation either. We have free WiFi. Firewood available for $4 a bundle or bring your own. The local gas station has small bundles down the street for $8 each. * Please ask me before you let any of your dogs off leash. If there are other campers here, we all need to be in agreement on this. For their children and pets safety too. I do allow multiple dogs here. Again, please clean up after them. Do NOT just toss it into my woods or the canal.  Nice small canal town here with local eateries, including two pizza places; two bars and a breakfast lunch spot / laundromat / hardware store / Dollar General / gas station. We have a veterinary in town too.  All within a short walking distance.   NYS Bike path on the opposite side of the canal, goes from Buffalo to Albany. Some 350 miles.  Also a free NYS Canal boat ramp 1,800ft to the east, on our side of the canal. So bring your bikes / kayaks / boats / fishing poles. Rentals available in Lockport. Worms available at the hardware store in town. We are also open during the winter season, Uh yep. Please message me before hand because it depends on the snow depth if I'm letting campers in. *Special Bonus Offer - I am an online ordained minister and offer wedding nuptials here at Camp Tomtuga. Our twist is having your vows done by Rev Bigfoot or Padre Yetti in full regalia. Comes with an actual legal wedding license. Cake is an extra fee. There is NO Dumpstation here!!! There is one 20 minutes south, just off the NY Thruway at the Flying J Truck Stop. 8484 Allegheny Rd, Pembroke. It is in the RV fuel island. Costs is $10. Get the code inside. *Ask about our free camper sticker or buying a Camp Tomtuga T-shirt. The shirts are Made to Order and can be mailed out afterwards. Lots of people asking so, we are 30 miles from Niagara Falls. Very easy ride there and back using NYS Rt 104. This route goes along the Niagara escarpment with lots of farms stands and a few wineries.  Most of my guests use my campsites as a base to then go and explore Niagara Falls or even day trip to Toronto Canada 106 miles away. I provide a list of local NY info / places to visit in Canada and my experience on crossing the border.  My camp to downtown Buffalo is 38 miles. To downtown Rochester is 51 miles. Lake Ontario Olcott Beach is 17 miles. Letchworth NYS Park 60 miles. We are 42 miles to the Buffalo Bills (Highmark Stadium). Thanks again, I hope you come and stay.
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Stergelandia

9 sites · Lodging10 acres · Angelica, NY
Welcome to Stergelandia-the place you want when you need it most. We take the work out of camping for you! Come experience open fields, dark skies and forest deep in Amish country. We've all had difficulties in our lives that required us to regroup and reset. With this in mind, we designed and created the glass sanctuary for our guests, an on-site store for your camping essentials, walking paths for you to immerse yourself in the woods and quiet, contemplative spaces for you to sit and reflect. Coming soon is the writing shed-a small cabin with a porch for guests to reserve for their creative writing use. Love nature but don't want to immerse yourself in the fields and woods? Enjoy stargazing and sunbathing on our elevated viewing platform and field-level cabana deck! Love wildlife? Stergelandia is teeming with life. We are home to white-tailed deer, wild turkeys, rabbits, chipmunks and our beloved frogs! At night, hear the chirping of the peeper tree frogs and the howl of the coyotes. Coming with friends? From the gathering circle featuring wood benches for your group to sit and talk, to the decks and benches thoughtfully laid out throughout the property, there is plenty of space for you to enjoy the quiet serenity of an overnight in the countryside. Our meditation space, the Glass Chapel and garden, is perfect for intimate ceremonies and gatherings, and our field viewing platform and deck is an excellent place for people to gather under the sun and stars. Enjoy your complimentary weekend morning breakfast in a communal setting from the first weekend in June through the second weekend in October in our Wake Up Cafe located in the Stergion's Travels store. Stergelandia is perfect for stargazing! A remote setting, you’re close enough to amenities to feel at home but deep enough in the woods to get away from it all. We’ve seen deer, foxes, turkeys, hawks, chipmunks and bear on the property-a wildlife lovers paradise! We are 9 minutes from the Genesee River access point where fishing and paddling is plentiful. Want to unplug? Our guests with T-Mobile, AT&T and Cricket have had reliable cell service and we can help with tips to store your cell phone during your stay. Our guests with Verizon report they are offline, leaving you free to use your phone for photos without the interruptions or temptations of outside life. We are close by in our cottage on most weekends if any questions arise and can be reached by cell phone during the week. We are a pack-in/pack-out site and offer cozy Mexican blankets, Icelandic Wool blankets, Icelandic Chocolates and other items and souvenirs for purchase on most Friday evenings and Saturday mornings. Here for the weekend? Enjoy the complimentary breakfast offered Saturdays and Sundays during the summer and early autumn (first weekend of June through second weekend of October). All glamping guests registered through Hipcamp are given complimentary access to scheduled activities in September-October including our amazing 4th annual women's retreat, Chicks in the Sticks, from September 14-15, 2024. The total solar eclipse will be seen at Stergelandia on April 8, 2024! Book your stay now! We hope you'll join us every year as we continue to our habitat restoration and creation journey at Stergelandia. We can't wait to meet you. Need some ideas for when to visit? Here are some key time periods:
 -We have flowering trees from late April-mid May 
-Buttercup season is late May-early July -Tadpole season is May-June 
-Baby deer sightings are mostly late May-early July and peak in June. 
-Firefly season is mid June-Mid July -Free Weekend Breakfast is from the first weekend of June to the second weekend of October -Tiny toads by the thousands are found by the river in late july, early august -Frogs are most active June-August
 -Stargazing is year-round, but the best time is July-September -for nighttime weather 
 -The meteor shower is typically best seen in August -Lavender should be fresh, flush and available in July-August -Pollinators are very active July-September (later in the year is almost exclusively bumblebees) -Dragonfly season is early august -Black raspberries are at their peak in mid-late august -Milky Way season is august-end of September -Wildflowers are best in late August-early September -Salamanders are found under felled logs and rocks August-September -Large toads are found in the woods more frequently August-September -Chicks in the Sticks is the weekend after Labor Day. Just book that weekend and you're ticketed for the event. -Golden hour season is august-October and peaks in September -The best sunsets are mid September-mid October -Fall leaves are at their best the last week of September -Ground mushrooms flush in late September-October -Fall fest is the holiday weekend in October (free pumpkins and apples!)
. This themed weekend's activities and snacks are complimentary for our guests. -Seasonal produce will be available the end of June-mid October
 -Apple season is September-October -We are closed for the season after the first weekend of November.
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The Eternal Campground

4 sites · Tents3 acres · Orchard Park, NY
2 miles from and on the same road as Chestnut ridge Park, home of the Legendary Eternal Flame. Only campground in Orchard Park. A humble 3 acres but we offer very intimate sites. There are only 6 sites with all of them having access to the creek, and a recreation area featuring a volleyball/badminton net, cornhole, and at night there is a mini outdoor movie theater with a 10 foot screen where we play a movie when the sun goes down depending on the audience. Park on the road outside the white lines or directly on the side lot where it says Park. Follow arrows to get to site, I will most likely be able to meet you at entrance though to show you around.
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Revive Your Spirit at Lagom Langing

4 sites · Lodging, Tents60 acres · Dansville, NY
Get away from it all in Connie's Cabin, located 1/4 mile walk down a wooded path from where you will park. Experience zero light pollution at this off the grid cabin or in one of our camping spots. Cabin is equipped with a a pullout bed with sheets and blankets, an outhouse, water, a camp stove, pots and pans, dishes and silverware, books, a few battery powered lights (but good to bring your own), kindling and firewood, and is insulated with a stove for winter stays. A fire pit and benches await your nighttime enjoyment of the solitude and stars. Rides are available to site for a $20 upcharge (roundtrip). We also have pollinator and vegetable gardens and chickens, and we produce maple syrup in the spring. If guests are interested, they may sign up for workshops on carpentry, food preservation, foraging, gardening, bread baking, and kombucha-brewing. We also offer spiritual direction and Enneagram typing and exploration. This experience can be as solitary as a guest would like, or guests can also experience the gift of connecting with others in community.
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Becker Farms at Vizcarra Vineyards

5 sites · RVs, Tents340 acres · Gasport, NY
Becker Farms & Vizcarra Vineyards is a fifth-generation family-owned working fruit and vegetable farm that covers 340 acres of land. ​Becker Farms has been producing fresh fruits and vegetables for 130 years, as well as offering handmade pies, cookies, jams, cider, fudge, and wines. If you see that the campground is closed or fully booked on certain weekends, it could be due to some ticketed weekend events happening. In such cases, you can find all the relevant information about these events on our main website at www.beckerfarms.com. For more information on our farm, The Farm Store, and our upcoming events, visit our main website. Our many lodging and camping options allow families to relax, enjoy nature, and create memories. We have around 50 sites, depending on the time of year Located on over 340 acres in beautiful Upstate Western New York we are a working fruit and vegetable farm with a farm market, bakery, vineyard, and brew pub on-site. We host educational workshops, captivating concerts, the biggest FALL FESTIVAL in New York State, and much more! We allow pets, all dogs must be on a leash 6ft or shorter in length and held by an adult, there is a $10/stay pet fee for pets that can be paid prior to arrival. No alcohol, glass, or open containers. No outside wood is allowed. Creating a reservation is your agreement with this rule. Local Attractions: Becker Farms | Vizcarra Vineyards Winery & Brew Pub (On-Site), Royalton Ravine Park, Niagara Falls (EST. 45 Minutes of Travel), Medina Railroad Museum, Lockport Cave and Underground Boat Ride, Day Road Park, Cornerstone Arena, Six Flags at Darien Lakes and MORE!
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Apple Cove Farm

6 sites · Lodging, Tents15 acres · Gainesville, NY
Bought this place 13 yrs ago it was nothing but bare land. I've cleared out an area to camp, play, and enjoy the world. Find this as a good chance to share the outdoors with new ppl... Learn more about this land: The feeling of peace is about 1/2 mile off the road. Pulling into Apple Cove you'll see we've cleared areas for tents and small van style RVs. There is an individual fire pit for each camper, a small rock bottom creek runs through the 15 acres for a nice, relaxing view of the woods. The kids and I set up a swing set, and a spot by the creek to play and splash. Now, New York is a 420 friendly state. Enjoy yourself but please be respectful of others Minutes away from Stony Brook Creek, Letchworth State Park, Silver Lake, Silver Springs MX track , Walmart, Tim Hortons, wiscoy falls, multiple restaurants, and stores. Recycling is encouraged, camping is at your own risk and discretion for spot location. Military members showing id at check in receive $5 cash back or free small bundle of wood. Thanks for your service!
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