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Wallkill River Camping

4 sites · Lodging, Tents30 acres · Montgomery, NY
We are a 30-acre working active Hay farm. We purchased the farm when my grandfather passed away in 2014. It was once used to feed his cows. We had a working dairy farm. Now the property is used for your enjoyment and ours. As well as making hay. We have an 8-acre garden planted with rhubarb, raspberries, and berries on the farm too. We are located next to the Wallkill River which the campsite overlooks. We have 3 campsites available to choose from. Toilet available, campfires permitted, picnic table provided, pets welcome. Be advised we are a working farm so you will see woodpiles, machinery, such as tractors and other items sometimes hanging around.
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Historic 1769 Everitt House

3 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents7 acres · Modena, NY
Everitt House is an historic farmhouse built in 1769 and continuously occupied by our family for 110 years. Enjoy the breezy copse of old Maples and Elms, 2 ponds with a delightful waterfall by Zephyr, our rare 1982 Airstream Motorhome. Choose from Glamping with Zephyr, tenting in the meadow, or partial hookup RV sites!
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Glamp at Coyote Creek

3 sites · Lodging65 acres · Westtown, NY
Experience glamping in chic canvas tents on our local working farm within 65 miles of NYC. Enjoy picturesque views, a charming spring-fed creek, sprawling acreage, and private access to the Wallkill River. We are a hop-skip to many outdoor activities and situated between the towns of Warwick and Port Jervis - for some of the best LOCAL food, wine, and beer that Orange County, NY has to offer.
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Freedom Farm Homestead Campground

12 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents13 acres · New Milford, CT
Welcome to Freedom Farm Homestead Campground, a serene oasis nestled on 13 acres of picturesque landscapes, including open fields, tranquil trails, and a rejuvenating creek. Immerse yourself in nature's embrace and reconnect with your spirit as you explore our grounds. At Freedom Farm, we believe in the harmony of mind, body, and soul, and our campground offers the perfect setting for spiritual renewal and self-reflection. Whether you prefer to pitch your own tent under the starlit sky or indulge in the comforts of our furnished tents, you'll find solace and serenity amidst our verdant surroundings. As stewards of the land, we embrace the principles of self-sustainability and holistic living, and our campground reflects this ethos. Wander through our organic gardens, visit our resident chickens, or simply bask in the tranquility of nature's rhythms. With amenities such as private bathrooms, WiFi, and a swimming pool, we invite you to unwind and recharge in our rustic yet comfortable retreat. RV and car camping options are also available for those seeking a simpler, more nomadic experience. Escape the hustle and bustle of city life and embark on a journey of self-discovery at Freedom Farm Homestead Campground. Come, explore, and find your inner peace amidst the beauty of nature.
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Hunterbrook Mountain

1 site · Lodging25 acres · Carmel, NY
Welcome to our luxurious campsite nestled in the serene beauty of a mountain forest, alongside a picturesque mountain creek with a soothing waterfall. Here's what you can expect from your stay:Accommodations:A spacious 10x12 canvas tent awaits you, situated on a raised wood platform for comfort and protection from the elements.Inside the tent, you'll find a cozy queen-size memory foam bed, ensuring a restful night's sleep after your outdoor adventures.Outdoor Amenities:Two picnic tables provide ample space for dining or enjoying a game with friends and family.A fire pit with a cooking grill invites you to savor the experience of cooking meals over an open flame.Additionally, a propane grill is available for your convenience if you prefer grilling with ease.Comfort and Convenience:Stay warm during chilly nights with the provided propane tent heater, ensuring a comfortable camping experience.For your hygiene needs, a camp toilet and camp shower are conveniently located on-site.Exploration and Activities:Our 25+ acres of property boast hiking trails waiting to be explored, offering breathtaking views and opportunities to connect with nature.Nearby Cold Spring, NY, offers a variety of restaurants to satisfy your culinary desires.Fahnstock State Park, just a 10-minute drive away, presents further outdoor activities and scenic landscapes.If you're an avid hiker, numerous off-site opportunities, including the Appalachian Trail, await your exploration.Transportation:We offer a jeep service to transport your gear to and from the campsite, unless the ground conditions necessitate a walk-in, walk-out approach.Experience the perfect blend of comfort, adventure, and natural beauty at our campsite, where every detail is designed to enhance your outdoor getaway.
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Romantic Botanical Glamping

1 site · Lodging2 acres · Southbury, CT
A Spiritual Garden Retreat off the beaten path but close to civilization. Camping with botanical story book feel. Enjoy the pool. Walk through the gardens around the house. Pick the fresh vegetables and fruit when in season. Tour the town and local historic community. Enjoy local activities within minutes. Recline in the wooded gardens, go for a swim when in season, or head into town. Eat in or enjoy any number of fine foods from various ethnicities. Relax in the plush modern movie theater. Enjoy a local community theater production. Or get in your trills at Quassy Amusement Park. Hike or bike a multitude of trails and paths within minutes. Want to hear live local musicians or go to a concert, we have that too. Or maybe you prefer a museum or art show. Or maybe a winery, brewery or distillery is more to your taste, we have these within in 20 minutes or less from us. We also offer a night of farm to table (seasonal) smoked food such as turkey, beef, pork, fish, cheese and/or vegetables for $60 per person. Don't worry about the weather. Or guests repeatedly say is that even when it rains, it is still a great adventure as the sound of the rain on the tent is just soothing and relaxing. Joan and Chris have been together since 1996 and married since 2000. Joan runs two nonprofits related to psychological abuse and custodial interference as well as dabbles in the arts creating products from recycled and repurposed materials. Chris has been master carpenter and cabinet maker since the 1980’s. The two spend time keeping the grounds and gardens up and going out to dance. They love live music. The property is also the home to 3 cats and two dogs. While physical check out of the tent is 10am, you can stay until 6pm and enjoy the pool and wander the gardens and use the bathroom. Of course, it goes without saying, Please be considerate and clean up after yourselves. No smoking cigarettes or e-cigarette, vapes in the tent. If you need to bring a pet, they must be well-trained and not have an issue with cats or other dogs as we have 3 cats. Pets are NOT allowed to go to the bathroom on the lawn or in the gardens. They must either go in the woods or in the designated area for this. Please clean up after your pet if in the designated area. Ask us for how and where. We provide a wide range of amenities including first aid, bathroom and shower supplies. If you forget your tooth brush we usually have new extras around. Please bring bathing suits. We do have pool towels if you need them. If you need ice for our or your coolers, please purchase before hand. There are two supermarkets in town along with lots of other amenities in town. Please do not smoke in the tent as it sticks to the canvas. But you are welcome to smoke or vape outside of the tent. Parking on site off of the driveway across from the house. Please let us know if you need a later checkout time as checkout time can be altered to later in the day depending on new arrivals. The pool area is shared with the homeowners. If there is something you need, please do not hesitate to ask. We are pretty reasonable about requests. If you would like breakfast or a smoked meal, please let us know as there is an additional fee for this. We can do a day rental of just the pool and gardens for an additional fee of $600 for parties of up to 20 people. For larger events, such as weddings, please contact us to discuss.
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The Awosting Club

8 sites · Lodging250 acres · Watchtower, NY
Immerse Yourself in Rustic Luxury - Unplug and Relax. Peaceful geo-dome situated along ravine with access to waterfalls and trails. Come escape to one of our Modern Geo-Domes located up on the Shawangunk Ridge in Gardiner, NY. This cozy, seasonal dome (HEAT + AC) is a part of The Awosting Club, which is a private wilderness reserve. Unplug, relax, unwind. Nestled in native blueberry bushes, high above a beautiful ravine and surrounded by pine trees. This Geo-Dome overlooks the Palmaghatt Kill Stream from its wide windows and beautiful deck. Equipped with a log queen bed, skylight above, super soft linens, cozy blankets, and a down comforter in the colder months. Included are towels, a mini fridge, bluetooth speaker, Keurig machine, coffee, charcoal grill, lantern, umbrellas, a mini library of books and 1 gallon drinking water. If you are coming as a family, one additional children's mattress on the floor may be added. Outside of your Geo-Dome you will find an amazing private fire pit, charcoal grill and hammock. Firewood bundles are available for purchase for $10 or you may bring your own. In addition, each site has an outhouse, which is thoroughly cleaned after each guest. A bit rustic, but there is no odor! Geo-Domes are a short 1 - 3 minute walk from parking. Please dress accordingly in colder months. You will be greeted by our Host at the gate for check-in and guided to your site. Guest waivers to be completed at check-in. Our Geo-Domes are dog friendly and require a $75 pet fee. One dog maximum. No cats allowed. You will have cellular service! There are miles of private trails for hiking with an amazing private waterfall as one of your destinations! We are adjacent to Minnewaska State Park and Mohonk Preserve (both a 20 minute drive to park entrance) which offer mountain biking, rock climbing, hiking, kayaking, rock scrambling, views of the Catskills and more! Just 20 minutes outside of the colorful and active town of New Paltz, NY with many options for dinning, shopping, and entertainment. We are happy to connect you with a local massage therapist or tour guide. Send us a message for more info on how to make your stay more relaxing and fun! Nature is calling! **History of The Awosting Club** In the mid 1950's John Atwater Bradley, then a graduate student, attended a conference in Cragsmoor, the site of a celebrated art colony not far from what is now the Awosting Reserve and The Awosting Club. The next morning at dawn, he went out for an exploratory hike and did not return until long after dark. Bradley hiked through evergreen and hardwood forests, along bubbling streams, roaring waterfalls and shimmering mountain lakes. He discovered an incredible wilderness like none he'd ever seen, populated by whitetail deer, black bear, fox, racoons, bobcat and coyote as well as a natural aviary of hawks, peregrine falcons, owls, eagles and pileated woodpeckers. That day he fell in love with the Shawangunk Ridge. The Bradley family still maintain the property, and after 50 years of sharing the property with educational organizations, schools, artists, writers, explorers, camps, family and friends, are excited to invite others to fall in love with the Shawangunk Ridge as John Bradley had over 70 years ago. Bradley's daughter, Camilla, and her family are keeping the Awosting traditions alive by sprucing up the camp buildings and platforms while maintaining the trails that have been used for decades for outdoor adventures: from sleeping to eating to playing to communing with nature in all her glory.
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