Waterfall cabins near Kinderhook

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Sacred Waterfall & Quiet Camping

45 sites · Lodging25 acres · NY
NOTE: THIS IS A QUIET CAMPING AREA for reconnecting with nature. Not suitable for parties or loud groups. Kahonrakén:ra, The White Spiral Waterfall, is a world unto itself. For generations, the majestic waterfall has been revered for its spectacular beauty and power. It is considered a sacred site that has been central to local land rematriation work with the Kanienkeha:ka, also known as the Mohawks, the original inhabitants of Ioskóhare, the Schoharie Valley. Coursing between two outcroppings in a deep ravine, Kahonrakén:ra Waterfall crashes down over mossy rock shelves into a hidden pool, which then empties again into the river, running into emerald swimming holes and through dramatic clay beds. The effect is transporting. Truly, it is one of those extraordinarily beautiful spots on earth that makes you feel like you are in another world. There are two tiny cabins on the property. They are both accessed by separate footpaths through the forest, below an old red barn, surrounded by ash and walnut trees, singing birds, deer, wildflowers, and wild medicines. One cabin is in the forest, just beyond a grass circle clearing. The other is down the hill through a wildflower grove. Both sites have extra space to set up a tent if needed. We do not allow partying. There is a profound healing process happening at the waterfall. At the request of the original caretakers, we ask that you to respect the sacredness of this land. Thank you! It's about a 10 minute hike down the gorge to the waterfall from the campsites, and each campsite has a private path down to the waterfall, where you can spend the day swimming, exploring the clay beds and looking for fossils in the 280 million year old gorge. Then, make a campfire at your fire pit and fall asleep under the stars listening to the waterfall and the river below. Be aware that the hike is steep and appropriate footwear is required. All hiking is at your own risk. Although your path to the waterfall is private and the waterfall is on private property, there may be other guests or locals that access the waterfall further down the road. There is no glass or alcohol allowed at the falls. Please be aware that you may hear your camping neighbors in the woods. For this reason, we ask that you don’t play amplified music and to keep noise down after 10pm so that your camping and local neighbors can chillax and enjoy the evening sounds of frogs, crickets, owls, and night songs of the countryside that makes Schoharie so special. In the big red barn at the entrance to the campsites there is a community room with a charging station, cold water sink, mini fridge, coffee maker, grills, and a port-a-potty for your use. There are also 5 gallon solar shower bags that you can use at your campsite. You are responsible for filling them and putting them in the sun to heat the water. :) This is a leave no trace campsite. Please take all your trash with you when you leave. And please bring your own biodegradable soap for dishes and toilet paper for the port-a-potty! Firewood is available onsite for $1 per log. Instructions for payment are in the community room next to the red silo at the barn. The wood is stacked at next to the red shed just uphill from the barn. You can also buy your own fire wood en route. We recommend that you buy kindling. The Schoharie Valley is said to be the most fertile valley east of the Mississippi. It is still wild, unspoiled country and there are many local farms with fresh produce and organic meat within 5 miles of the house. There are several farm stands and a general store a few miles away, Scrumpy Ewe Cidery, Panther Creek Arts, and the Sap Bush Country Store and Café just up the hill in West Fulton. Mustang Valley, a wild mustang sanctuary and rescue center, is just down the road. Nearby hikes include Looking Glass Pond and Vroman's Nose, among many others.
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Dharma Bums Eco Lodge

10 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents45 acres · Castleton On Hudson, NY
We have three different sites to choose from: Tiny House, Glamping, and Camp Site. Each is unique and private from each other! The bathroom is shared with the other sites, but it is covered and well maintained. Enjoy our private outdoor shower and toilet! Extras are available to purchase: firewood bundle, wine tasting and farm fresh eggs. All of our sites are animal friendly! Let your dog roam here! Our property sits on the foothills of the Adirondack's on 45 beautiful acres just 15 minutes east of Albany. Choose to explore our vineyard and winery on site and opt into our wine tasting next door. Open April-October, Friday-Sunday, 10-4pm Trails and walking paths are throughout the property and you may even catch our horses and honey bees that roam our beautiful community! Across the street is the Empire Foot/Rail Trails which is special for walking and biking. Local landmarks nearby and easy access to HWYs. Waterfalls and nice parks nearby Just a short distance away, our special community area that hosts yoga classes, and gathering sites: picnic tables, fire pits, gardens etc! We are just a short distance away from Troy and Albany
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Moon In The Pond Farm

5 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents35 acres · Sheffield, MA
Well off the beaten track, it's scenic, private and peaceful. Camping at Moon In The Pond Farm is a little bit of heaven. There are six separate sites to choose from. All are in separate, different locations around the farm, so you have your own secluded spot to enjoy. (Though you may be sharing a field next to our Scottish Highland cattle!) Two are tent sites: the PondSide and the FieldEdge. There's one site for small/tiny RVs or Campervan. There's the BellTent--a bit of "glamping". And finally there's the HiddenCabin--a bed a roof and convenience. Each has a firepit with a small grill to cook over the fire. (all firewood provided) Our campsites are located in quieter areas of the farm. One overlooks the pond, three others are under the trees on the edges of different farm fields, one is a cabin nearer the farmstead. All require a beautiful, bucolic trek of 150-350 yards from the roadside parking--ensuring the quiet, natural experience. During the day times, you may see or hear farm work. At night it's lusciously dark and serenely quiet. You'll hear owls hoot, frogs croak, crickets chirp, foxes yowl and coyotes howl! In June and July the fields and trees light up like Christmas with fireflies, and you'll see the stars. During the week is the absolute best time--the local hot spots (or cooling down spots!) are much quieter, and all our campsites have reduced weekday rates. If you can, take advantage by adding a Thursday or Sunday night to a weekend stay. Wanna hike? We've got an awesome, easy hiking trail on adjacent Nature Conservancy preserved land. It meanders through woodlands, around rock ledges, through wetlands (on a 600' of boardwalk) and ends at a beautiful stream and pond with a gigantic beaver dam. Not far from here are numerous well-marked hiking trails (including the Appalachian Trail (with famous Bash Bish Falls) and several offshoots (Sage's Ravine, Race Brook Falls), Bartholomew's Cobble, Umpacheenee Falls, and others). Also in the neighborhood are opportunities for canoeing, kayaking, swimming, rock climbing, off-road, gavel-road and country-road biking, snowshoeing, cc skiing and pretty much any outdoor activity/adventure opportunity. Or... you can just chill and relax, sleep, or read the day away! Love food? This is Farm-to-Table for real! Never so close--the table's AT the farm!! Bring your cooking gear and get some of our wicked fresh organic food--veggies, chops, sausages, eggs, bacon, granola, yogurt, etc. Sear yourself up a real treat! Very nearby, as the Berkshires is an alternative cultural mecca, there are also numerous entertainment opportunities from many great restaurants to art, dance, music, spas, galleries, antique shops, museums, cafes and much more. It's still amazingly quiet at the farm where the Milky Way is clearly visible.
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Cold Spring Lodge

7 sites · Lodging40 acres · Big Indian, NY
Cold Spring Lodge in Big Indian, NY has 7 rustic cabins with real wood burning fireplaces and 5 hotel rooms. Located in the heart of the Catskills on over 40 acres with the Esopus River running through it, Cold Spring Lodge embodies "Forever Wild".A place where pets (of all species) enjoy visiting! We know that pets are part of your family and encourage you to bring them with you on your visit.Year round lodging in Catskills. For lovers of hiking, skiing, hunting, tubing, fishing, canoeing, swimming, tennis, golf, sitting by the fireplace, or enjoying the great outdoors. Our cozy cabins with two or three bedrooms and wood-burning fireplaces are the real deal in terms of country vacations.  Full kitchens, a bbq grill, free fast WiFi, internet Roku TV, out-back campfire circles, and lots of other amenities. We are family and pet friendliest in Catskills. All guests have free access to our pool in the summer months (and of course the natural swimming holes in the river)! 
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Honey Hollow Farmstay

1 site · Lodging15 acres · Earlton, NY
We left Brooklyn in 2010 in search of a more farmy life. We found it in Greene County, 2.5 hours north of NYC, on the west bank of the Hudson River. We run a small farm and do our best to live off what we can grow or produce. Our farmhouse and barn complex have been around since the 1700's, and gone through many different incarnations. Currently we live in the farmhouse, rent out the renovated barn apartment, and use the huge dairy barn for storage. Learn more about this land:Come back to the farm... Search for eggs in hay-filled boxes. Pick raspberries for breakfast pancakes. Feed peppermints to the ponies. Take riding lesson on our sweet Shetland pony.Hold the milk bottle for eager baby lambs. Pick salad for dinner. We are offering “farm camp”, mornings from 9 -11 am. Help with animal care, gardening and do farm crafts and cooking. Grill local foods in a private yard with a view of ponies, sheep, and pastures. Just 2.5 hours north of NYC
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Catskills Wilderness Retreat

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Lanesville, NY
Mid-Century home that is part of a 9-home community offering a pool and tennis court. Great hiking is close by, along with ice climbing, and four ski mountains from 10 to 40 minutes away. This house features wood ceilings and beams, large windows for views, and an abundance of natural light. It boasts a nice open plan layout. There are three private bedrooms, two bathrooms, and the fourth "bedroom" is actually a sleeping loft with a ladder, open to the great room below. The base rate is for 4 guests. The house accommodates 8+ guests with an additional cost per guest (approximately $50/night/guest). It's a great place to get away. Use the house as your base for various hiking excursions, ice climbing, local event hopping, skiing, or simply relax and enjoy nature. There are four ski mountains all within a 40-minute drive. In the summer, enjoy the pool and tennis court, sit on the porch and read, or attend local festivals at Hunter or Woodstock. Other activities include Belleayre Beach, tubing down the Esopus Creek, fly fishing, or horseback riding. Hiking trails are at the end of the street and many more within a short drive (we provide local trail maps and books to help you find one). Diamond Notch Farms for horseback riding is within walking distance. Hunter, Windham, Belleayre, and Plattekill mountains are all nearby. There's also ice climbing available nearby, and festivals are held year-round at the ski mountains as well as in Woodstock. The towns of Phoenicia, Hunter, and Tannersville, with many good restaurants, are all very close.
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