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Exodus Farms of the Finger Lakes

7 sites · RVs, Tents40 acres · Victor, NY
We have a generational family farm. It was originally an organic beef cow farm started by our ancestors and we all operated the farm for over 40 years. It then became a C.S.A and now is a homestead. The land has strong indigenous roots. The camping area is a 40 acres consisting of two fields, hedrows, small pine groove, large cherry tree and small wooded area. We also provide access to other parts of the farm for hiking, fishing and swimming. InJoy your stay! May God bless you!
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Wood Spring Club, Inc. (since 1957)

11 sites · RVs, Tents52 acres · East Aurora, NY
Wood Spring is a private members only rustic camping club. Hipcampers have access to all 52 acres including our pond, meadow, Little Buffalo Creek, and our hiking trails. You’ll get a gate combination after confirming your stay. 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 you are a Wood Spring Member during your stay.
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Mission Hemlock Grove

4 sites · RVs, Tents200 acres · Conesus, NY
Welcome, Mission Conesus, originally built by Franciscan Catholics. These lands were likely chosen for many reasons. Suffice it to say there is something special here. Come discover for yourself. Lose yourself here, or maybe find yourself, among the Hemlocks. First, a bit about the terrain. There is much in the way of forest, very mature, and a broad array of plant species. Elevation differences are vast, land to the west is uphill for quite a ways, and downhill to the east, to Hemlock lake below, so the world here can feel a bit tilted. We adjoin 150 acres of nature conservancy lands that nobody seems to know about. These lands are for respectful public daytime use. We also adjoin 6600 acres of NY state forest which is public property. Exploring all that is here would take a very long time! Want to get away? Welcome to our little slice of heaven. We are just getting started in the camping space, but for now, we're accepting bookings and looking forward to hosting you, at the mission. Learn more about this land: Welcome, Lose yourself here, or maybe find yourself, among the Hemlocks. First, a bit about the terrain. There is much in the way of forest, very mature, and a broad array of plant species. Elevation differences are vast, land to the west is uphill for quite a ways, and downhill to the east, to Hemlock lake below, so the  world here can feel a bit tilted.  We adjoin 150 acres of nature conservancy lands that nobody seems to know about. These lands are for respectful public daytime use. We also adjoin 6600 acres of NY state forest which is public property. Exploring all that is here would take a very long time! Want to get away? Welcome to our little slice of heaven.  See the provided map for site locations. Site 1 is open field and is near the pavilion, sites 2 and 3 are along the woods, and site 4 is the most private and tucked into the woods. We looking forward to hosting you, at the mission.
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ZiegenVine Homestead

7 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents103 acres · Savona, NY
Our property is a 103 acre farm located in Savona, NY - offering Goat Yoga on the Homestead May - September. Be sure to check our website for scheduled dates or schedule a private session. Nature, belonging and freedom is a gift everyone deserves, so it's our mission to share our blessings humbly and earnestly with all. At ZiegenVine Homestead, we promise to provide a simple, cheerful, beautiful property where you can experience life outdoors and nature in its true glory. We invite you to walks the trails around the property and visit our goat herd, as well as meet the rest of our farm animals. ZiegenVine Homestead Restoration. Reconnection. Exploration.
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Six circles farm

2 sites · RVs, Tents35 acres · Lodi, NY
Six Circles farm is located in the majestic geographical center of the finger lakes, in the heart of wine country. We grow over 80 varieties of vegetables, fruit, and herbs with our main crop being the versatile, tasty, seductive, and immune boosting garlic. The Eisman Family has cultivated this land with ecological and restorative intentions since 1992. Learn more about this land: Private tent sites with lake or forest views and nature trails. On an organic vegetable family farm with tours available. Foraging encouraged.  Nearby restaurants, wineries and national forest.
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Letchworth Valley Campground & Reso

40 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents147 acres · Bliss, NY
Letchworth Valley Campground & Resort is a newly acquired 147 Acre property with a 26 acre lake located 10 minutes from Letchworth Park. Wiscoy Creek famous for trout fishing also runs through a portion of the property. There's canoeing, hiking, fishing, & swimming in an all natural setting. We have 25 primitive tent sites, 16 RV sites that have water and electric, 4 hotel rooms, 5 premium cabins and 5 rustic cabins. Wildlife including a pair of bald eagles, geese, herons, turtles, and birds of all kinds live on the property. All sites have a fire ring with grill and a picnic table. We are pet friendly up to 3 pets. Open May 15th - October 30th Closed October 31st - May 14th
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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 gifts to take with you, walking paths for you to immerse yourself in the woods and quiet, contemplative spaces for you to sit and reflect. 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. Enjoy a more manicured setting than the woods and fields? You'll enjoy our small, restored apple orchard surrounding the meditation garden. 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. On weekends we offer pastries and a variety of hot beverage items for guests in a communal setting from the first weekend in June through the second weekend in October. 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 offer cozy Mexican blankets, Icelandic Wool blankets, Icelandic Chocolates and other items and souvenirs for purchase on most Friday evenings and Saturday and Sunday mornings. 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. 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 -Weekend pastries are complimentary for guests 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. Please note this is a photograph-only property: no foraging or displacement is permitted. -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. We are also happy to announce we are now offering small commitment ceremonies and weddings on the premises for registered guests. Please message us for inquiries. Need to know what to bring? Weekend guests (Friday and Saturday arrivals) have sleeping bags provided and complimentary pastries offered Saturday and Sunday morning from June to October. If you have any questions please send us a message and we'll be happy to give you #stergelandiatips
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Al 's camp

2 sites · Tents40 acres · Dresden, NY
We bought this property because we enjoy nature and wildlife. This woodlot was formally used as a boy's Scout camp.Learn more about this land:There's room for 1 camper or pitch your tents. Have access to a picnic table and firepit. Enjoy the nature by hiking the trails on our 40 acres. We are close to the Seneca lake, also the Keuka outlet trail for biking or hiking. Watkins glen is 18m away. We also offer free firewood.
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Stoney Goat Homestead

5 sites · Tents2 acres · Savona, NY
Our homestead is organic farming with livestock goats, ducks, and chickens. We hatch our own eggs and have an organic vegetable garden. Our property is a very wooded, secluded area on two and a half acres., it is on a hill, parking is about a football field distance from the campsite, rugged walking, very doable, bring appropriate footwear. We are nestled on a private road on top of a hill backed up to 2100 acres of New York Gaundry Hill State Forest. There's waterways with active Beaver ponds between our properties. We do have bear and a mountain lion up here. We are 420 friendly! Get ready to tent up on top of the hill in a very secluded spot with a small campfire. We offer organic vegetables from the garden and work almost everyday in our blacksmith/woodworking shop. For a nice experience for adventurous families, you are welcome to accompany us on our herding of our goats/milking, collect eggs for your own breakfast We do provide pots and pans at the yurt site. We offer a unique place to unwind. Conveniently located near Watkins Glenn, Corning, Bath, and Penn Yan. Perfect get away and an inexpensive alternative to the hotels when you go to the races, lakes, wine tours, museums or many other great attractions around our area. Must go to our local restaurants too. You can't be disappointed with what we have to offer you here, something for everyone. Even small pond for fishing for the kids! Hope to see you soon. The clan at the stoney goat homestead.
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Secluded Camping on the Canal

1 site · RV, Tent21 acres · Brockport, NY
Join us at Campfire Creek! 21 acres of mature hardwood trees full of wildlife right on the canal. Campers have the entire property to themselves. Enjoy the creek, biking along the canal, fishing or hunting. Secluded and private but just outside of Brockport with nearby activities, grocery stores, etc. This is a primitive property ideal for campers who want to cut their own fire wood, build their own fire rings, and explore nature.
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Peaceful Pastures Farm Camping

1 site · RV, Tent5 acres · Pavilion, NY
Learn more about this land:Peaceful, country setting to rest and relax from the hustle and bustle of your life. Opportunity to see a seasonal hobby farm at work, where animals thrive the natural way! Breakfast and Friday night BBQ if desired for additional cost. Please contact us before booking so we can answer any questions you may have! We look forward to meeting you!
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Revive Your Spirit at Lagom Langing

3 sites · Lodging, Tents60 acres · Dansville, NY
Get away from it all on 60 acres of quiet space! You have two options--bring your own tent and camping gear and rough it, or stay in our hand-built cabin with all you need for a couple of nights of pure R&R! Experience zero light pollution at this off the grid cabin or in one of our camping spots. Although the cabin is not hooked up to electric or water, it is equipped with kitchen cabinets, pots and pans and dishes and silverware, drinking and cleaning/cooking water, a pullout bed with sheets and blankets (2 people), 2 couches, a dining room table and four chairs, a porch glider, an outhouse, a camp stove, books, a few rechargeable 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. We encourage you to walk and experience a true "backwoods" experience, but we will drive you down in our Utility Vehicle if needed. A ping pong table is available in the barn/workshop if people would like to play. We also have pollinator and vegetable gardens and chickens, and we produce maple syrup in the spring. If guests are interested in workshops on carpentry, food preservation, foraging, gardening, bread baking, and kombucha-brewing, they should let us know a WEEK in ADVANCE. 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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