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RV camping in Upstate New York

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Tilden Hill Farm

14 sites · RVs, Tents155 acres · Vernon, NY
Relax at Tilden Hill Farm its a 155 acre farm raising Black Angus Cattle it has been in the Brewer family for seven generations. Founded in 1798 by Josiah Brewer, the farm has served as a grist mill, chicken farm, cheese factory. We offer several types of site selection for your comfort. Choose from our private tent camping to relaxing RV sites. Our tent sites are quiet and scenic, just a quick walk down to the pond. Some of our sites you can park next to, but a few you will have to walk ~100 yards with your belongings. Tent sites have a porta-john and homemade outdoor shower for your enjoyment! Our RV sites have full hookups: water, electric and also a dump station.Once settled in, take a meandering walk through our 4 miles of walking trails or find your way down to our pond. Water activities are plentiful: fishing for bass, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, we accommodate it all!We look forward to seeing you at Tilden Hill Farm where you can "Experience a Family Tradition"
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$45
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Kasoag Lake

148 sites · RVs, Tents23 acres · Williamstown, NY
Located on 25 acres in Northern New York. Kasoag lake is a spring fed lake and feels like the Adirondacks. Minutes away from Salmon River Falls and connected to the local Oswego Countu ATV and Kasoag Trailblazerz trails. Come relax with us and make some memories here at beautiful Kasoag Lake……..
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Bliss Hill Farm RV Site

1 site · RV7 acres · Manlius, NY
Learn more about this land:We'd love to welcome you to our farm! Our large driveway is a great spot to land after a day of travel. Our site has electric and water hook ups available. The sunset views up on Bliss Hill are incredible. You can tour the property and meet our flock of chickens, bee hives, mushroom garden, and baby orchards. Our Australian Shepards will greet you and show off their herding skills with the chickens. If you have a hankering for some farm fresh eggs, honey, mushrooms or wild ramp butter, we've got you covered! It's a fun site for kiddos, as well!Downtown Syracuse is a 20 minute drive, the village of Manlius is 2 miles down the hill, the quaint village of Cazenovia is only 10 minutes away and Green Lakes State Park is also a 10 minute drive.  Road biking around the area is extensive with plenty variation in scenery. Our farm is 12 miles from Route 90 and 7 miles from Route 20. 
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Fox Hollow Salmon River Camping

10 sites · RVs, TentsAltmar, NY
Just a great location to go Salmon fishing or kick back & relax.Learn more about this land:Pitch your tent 5 minutes from the Salmon River, take a short walk & start fishing in the summer (June, July, August) for Small Mouth Bass, Atlantic Salmon, or a summer run Steelhead. September & October world class King & Coho Salmon, mid October thru May is Steelhead fishing. In just a short 10 minute drive you can visit the Salmon River hatchery & 5 minutes up the road from there is the Salmon River Falls.
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$50
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Eagle Ridge at South End

1 site · RV42 acres · Moravia, NY
Located at the south end of Skaneateles Lake in Bear Swamp. Surrounded by state forest. 28 minutes from the village of Skaneateles. 5 minutes from the Glen Haven Inn. Enjoy the outdoors and the scenery in the heart of the Finger Lakes. 15 miles north of Ithaca NY! Eagle Ridge is in the heart of Bear Swamp which has miles of hiking, mountain biking and snowmobiling trails. 2 miles away from south end of Skaneateles Lake access where you can launch boat, SUP, fish or just dive into the beautiful lake!
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Black Creek RV Site

1 site · RV8 acres · Chittenango, NY
Camper pad on private rural eight acre property with 30amp electric hookup. Enjoy peace and quiet with no neighbors other than the one home closer to the road. Plenty of room for larger campers and a vehicle if needed. Circle driveway joins camper pad for easy backing. Only 10 minutes from Green Lakes State Park with beautiful trails and swimming.
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Farm, Field, and Forest

2 sites · RVs, Tents100 acres · Parish, NY
Our 80-acre property has been inhabited since the 1860's (that's how old the house is), but the north ~30 acres have remained forested and contain fern groves, sugar maples we tap for syrup, a small freshwater spring, wild turkeys and deer. Another ~20 acres are pasture, with lots of birds (sometimes rare ones!) and wildflowers. Our farmhouse, firewood, barn, chicken coop and vegetable garden are all closer to the road - the pond, birch grove, and berry patch are more secluded. Learn more about this land:We are a small family "farm" with lots of spare acreage to camp on. Pitch a tent close to our barn to be near the goats, pigs, chickens, or highland cattle, a bit farther out to be near the secluded pond and berry bushes - or way out in the 20 acres of wildflower fields or 30 acres of woods that house deer, fox, and rabbits!
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Camp Benjamin

4 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents12 acres · Boonville, NY
This 9-Acre Permaculture farm project, which includes fruit & nut trees, annual and perennial gardens, chickens, vermiculture, rainwater catchment systems. Property offers walking trails, camping areas with fire pits. Seasonal Concerts & Events... Property is a Certified Wildlife Habitat.
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Adirondack Waterfall Oasis

1 site · RV, Tent24 acres · Port Leyden, NY
With cobblestone mill ruins, a 200 year old cemetery at the property entrance and a large dam at the top of some of New York's most beautiful waterfalls, this is the former site of one of the Georgia Pacific's many logging mills dating back to the early 1800's and a part of Adirondack history. Surrounded by bedrock, huge boulders, massive pine trees and miles and miles of trails, the Fowlerville Falls offer days of exploration and/or relaxation. There is a large swimming hole at the top of the falls, just off of the South-facing bedrock bank, where you can swim or lay in the sun. The falls, themselves, are almost 500 ft. across (at the widest point) and approximately 150 ft. in length (from top to bottom), ascending at approximately a 40-45 degree angle, making them navigable by foot. In the drier months (and, of course, depending on rain fall), most of the falls are dry, with only 50 - 100 ft. of water flow, making them navigable by foot. There are many little pools and flowing water across the bedrock to explore, along with the rest of the river, the surrounding woods and adjacent miles and miles of atv/hiking trails. If you are kayaker, there river above the falls is calm and fairly shallow, ranging from .5 - several feet in depth. And if you are white water enthusiast, Fowlerville Falls (and the Moose River) is a nationally rated and renowned spot, boasting a class III-IV under normal release conditions, and a dangerous, cold class V under spring runoff conditions. Please feel free to reach out with any questions. Learn more about this land: A raw, pine forest lining the bedrock banks of Port Leyden's Fowlerville Falls, just inside of the Adirondack park. The former site of one of Georgia Pacific's old logging mills, the property has private access to beautiful water falls, a large swimming hole just off of a large, South-facing rock bank, untamed, clean pine forests, ATV and hiking trails, trout & small mouth bass fishing, many fire pits and areas to camp throughout the property.
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Thorndon Meadows

5 sites · RVs, Tents12 acres · Sterling, NY
Up for an adventure?  Looking for some peace and quiet? Our property was once part of a much larger business farm. It has not been under a tractor since 2007, except for mowing. We have been hosting for HipCamp since 2019 and we are eager to meet you and hear what you think of our acres.  The gorgeous sunsets over Lake Ontario are world renowned, and our primitive camp sites are just one half mile from the lake.  The terrain is hilly, elevation ranges from 320' - 380'.  Due to the location on the hill, great views of the spectacular sunrise can also be seen (from the ground). Excellent opportunities for bird watching, we have seen everything from goldfinches to bald eagles, with sightings of indigo buntings, sparrowhawks, snow and Canada geese, according to season. Wildflowers, berries and herbs are in abundance, when in season. Being right near the fourth largest Great Lake the campgrounds is a great spot for cloud watching, kite sailing and star viewing - there is no light pollution.  Fresh water divers?  There are dozens of sunken shipwrecks in Lake Ontario and in April 2019, NOAA proposed the designation of a national marine sanctuary in eastern Lake Ontario to protect historically significant shipwrecks and maritime heritage resources. Oh, and did I mention the world class fishing? Co-owner, Valerie, is a permaculturist and welcomes conversation about anything environmental.  The flattest part of the hill was once under cultivation but since 2010 has been allowed to revert to woodlands.  Fruit and nut trees have been planted, as well as some berries.  My trees are very important. Please take care not to injure them. Seasoned firewood is plentiful from the prunings as well as from deadfall and extra can be purchased at the farm - $5. per bundle.  (Per New York State DEC regulation, untreated firewood may not be moved over 50 miles.)  There is a working rocket mass heater in the barn and it will be fired up and roaring between October and April.  Knitting and crocheting lessons are yours for the asking.  Co-owner, William, may also be persuaded to show you some guitar licks.  Children 12 and under are discounted 50% off. Children under 2 are free. At the edges of the property you can see neighbors' houses but campsites are secluded from the neighbors as well as from each other. All campsites are drive in but you may be driving across a mown field. Sterling Nature Center (Great Blue Heron rookery!) and Sterling Renaissance Festival are each 4 miles away.  Gas station and farm store (Ontario Orchards -- great home-baked pies there!) are each 3 miles away. Sterling Creek Canoe- Kayak Launch - 3.5 miles.  Fair Haven Beach State Park and Little Sodus Bay - 7.5 miles.  City of Oswego and NY State University - 6 miles. And, if you are of that persuasion, the nearest McDonald's and Subway are 7 miles and Walmart is 10 miles away. Because I could be anywhere on the property and I would like to be available when you arrive, please advise me if you know you will be arriving after 5 PM.  All revenue from camping goes back into the property to continue to improve your experience. While we are open to winter camping, the farm road is on a hill that must be navigated to reach the campsites. In snowy or icy (or extremely muddy) conditions this may prove impossible for a typical vehicle and even give some 4-wheel or all-wheel drive vehicles some trouble. There is room at the bottom of the hill for off road parking for one vehicle. It would then require hiking up about 500 feet to reach campsites. Also, when the weather is dropping below freezing (which could be between late October -- early May), you are advised to bring your own water as water left overnight will freeze. Please take responsibility for the energy you bring to this space. Campfires are encouraged but bonfires are not allowed. If you are unsure, just ask. This is also a 'leave nothing but footprints' campsite. We do not have trash removal. Thorndon Meadows acknowledges we are on native land originally inhabited by the Cayuga (Guyohkohnyoh – The People of the Great Swamp) of the Haudenosaunee  Confederacy who were scattered by European settlers in the early 1800’s.  We honor their stewardship and those who care for the land generations after.  This land is not ours, it is our turn, and we are grateful to share it with our guests.  We are committed to learning and protecting the land as its temporary caretakers.  We invite you to appreciate the land with us, all are welcome.
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Moomin Valley

10 sites · RVs, Tents5 acres · Cazenovia, NY
Nestled in the heart of Nelson, NY, this camping location offers a charming retreat surrounded by the picturesque beauty of the region. Located near Cazenovia Lake, the campsite provides easy access to water activities such as kayaking and fishing. The lush forest that envelopes the area is home to a diverse array of flora and fauna, creating an immersive natural experience. Hiking trails wind through the woods, leading to stunning viewpoints that showcase the rolling hills and tranquil landscapes that define the area. As day turns to night, the serene atmosphere makes for optimal stargazing, with minimal light pollution allowing the constellations to shine brilliantly. This camping spot in Nelson, NY, offers a harmonious blend of outdoor adventure and peaceful relaxation. Complimentary firewood included with each reservation.
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$20
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Orion’s Retreat

7 sites · RVs, Tents23 acres · Blossvale, NY
23 acres walking trails and field , bought and developed by Tony and Loretta Baker in 2009 Was a former plant farm and still has an abundance of wild flowers and berries Private , quiet and a great place for relaxing and star gazing Learn more about this land: 20 acres of ponds woods streams  large open field for fire and star gazing , Out houses , Oneida lake mins away and two different stores close by
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A trip upstate has it all, and your RV campground will too. Whether you're heading north toward the Adirondacks or west for the Finger Lakes, take your pick of state parks, local wineries, and mountain views. Picture a weekend hiking the trails at Letchworth State Park, where you can glimpse plunging waterfalls and the Genesee River. Or, keep heading north to an RV campsite near the ultimate waterfall—Niagara Falls. Opt for a campground with a dumping station, restrooms, and shower access any time of the year. In the colder months, you can explore the shops, cafes, and breweries in nearby Buffalo and Toronto, though for an outdoor winter experience, park your RV at a campsite near Lake Placid. Winters consist of skiing, skating, and snowshoeing in the footsteps of 1980 Olympians. If you’d rather huddle on flat ground over an outdoor firepit, you may still be able to see the snowfall over the Adirondacks' 46 High Peaks.

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