Private camping near Wappingers Falls

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The Record Room

1 site · Lodging16 acres · Glen Spey, NY
Nestled down a private gravel road in the forest along a small creek lies an off grid, eco friendly cabin made entirely from timber that came directly from the place it sits and recycled lumber from various Broadway shows. The Record Room has a vast collection of vintage, classic and current vinyl albums that plays solely from solar power. It's audio system delivers the sound on the inside and out for a campfire mood that can't be beat. Our Property is 16 acres with direct access to state land and the monguap river with hundreds of acres woods for you to explore. The river is close enough to be seen and heard from the cabin but the adventure of getting there is half the fun! The Delaware river is only 2 miles from our location and River rafting is a big business around here, A small artesian fed creek runs right next to the cabin and lends to the relaxing sounds of water with many quaint spots for you to dip your toes into paired with a wood fired tub that can only be explained by experience. Wildlife can seen and heard all around you. Make sure you download a bird identifier app! A queen temper-pedic bed and super comfy overstuffed futon will assure a good nights slumber. The Record Rooms' covered outdoor kitchen is designed to extend the awesome vibes into every meal.. (I.E. Flat top grill, single burner and stainless grated grill all powered by propane, Cast iron frying pans, and utensils). Our outhouse is designed and maintained by the women of the family and great pride is taken in making it favorable experience. The Record Room is heated by a small wood stove for those chilly mornings and nights. If your looking for glamping this your place. We are always adding new features built from the sawmill operations of our homestead. We have a few spots available for your friend circle to pitch a tent and enjoy the experience with you. Feel free to reach out with any special requests, we enjoy a challenge! A basic convenient store can be located three miles to the right of our property with all your basic needs (including gas). For your grocery shopping, a small family owned market can be found within 10 minutes up the road, lets not forget to mention the various local farmer markets on the weekends. If you're looking for activities, there's plenty of rafting/canoeing/kayaking companies for your enjoyment. do you want to hike instead? we've got you covered. there's numerous trails all in a hop, skip, and a jump! Looking forward to see you soon!
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The Catskill And Chill

1 site · Lodging8 acres · Catskill, NY
Located In upstate New York is this hidden gem. This camper was old school, now turned new. With a full renovation to give it a Scandinavian look in the front, and a cozy cabin feel in the bedroom. This will give you a unique experience different from the normal camper your used to! Also at your campsite there is a firepit, garden hose,(not available during the winter)and a 8x8 hammock perfect to stargaze in! We are now offering kindling firewood with fire starter and matches. Feel free to reserve your own firewood. $10 *PLEASE READ THIS BEFORE BOOKING* I want to be transparent with you guys on the property and size of the camper! -The camper is very small only 21ft. The average height clearance is 6'2" so if you are tall this may not be for you. (I'm 5'9" and its comfortable for me) -If you are a bigger person this may feel too tight for you especially in the bathroom area -The bed is a full size some couples may feel that this is to small for them. -A hot shower will last about 15 minutes once it is heated up. -In the summertime there is bugs some may get into the camper. We do treat the area with safe bug spray but it may not fully prevent them. -There are two other tiny houses and a main house on the property. They are far apart but the main house is close. We have a privacy fence that fully blocks the house. So you are still very private but you are not fully secluded. -In case of fire There is a fire blanket, fire extinguisher, and a smoke/carbon monoxide detector inside the camper. The bedroom door is only to be used as an emergency fire exit. (Door is locked from the outside but unlocked from the inside) There is also a water cannon outside for outdoor fires. Please be responsible with all fires! -If you want to cancel you must cancel within 24 hours of booking then I will issue a full refund. Any time after that its a strict policy and no refund will be issued. Thank you for reading this I want to make sure everyone is aware and knows what to expect. Its still an awesome place and people love it! Hope this helps! OTHER AMMENDITIES INCLUDED: Bottled water Wifi Heating Air conditioning Fan and air purifier First Aid kit Fire extinguisher, fire blanket, water cannon Smoke and carbon monoxide alarm Microwave Coffee and Tea Coffee maker/Kettle Fridge Toaster Cooking utensils Games Binoculars (stays on property) Fresh linens provided Toiletries Body wash, shampoo, conditioner Water heater(6 Gallon) Tv (with streaming apps)
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Clearing Farm

2 sites · Lodging100 acres · Glen Spey, NY
Welcome to Clearing Farm! Our grounds expand over 100 acres with many private hiking trails, a big field and cascading waterfalls. Visit our Instagram @clearingfarm to find out more. Please note while our cabin is a premium experience on a working farm, it is still an outdoor experience that takes place deep in the woods, off the grid and in a cabin built from earthy or recycled materials. It is a far cry from a typical hotel or traditional glamping. This Clearing Farm off-grid cabin is located on our 100+ acre farm. You'll be staying right next to a waterfall and able to enjoy all our land features. Experience a private campsite equipped with a Casper Full Mattress, fire pit and charcoal grill. Please note there is 1 bed at the property but room next to the cabin to bring and put up additional tents. THERE IS NO LONGER THE WOOD BURNING STOVE IN THE CABIN - THE TOWN MADE US TAKE IT OUT.
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Timberland Falls

1 site · Tent3 acres · East Jewett, NY
Timberland Falls is a historic one of a kind property nestled into the northern catskill mountains. A private 3 Acre Hemlock forest with a stunning waterfall. Set up beautifully for camping, this property offers drive-in drive-out, easy parking with a great campsite and a cozy fire pit. Timberland falls is just minutes away from Colgate Lake where you can enjoy evening sunsets and miles and miles of hiking trails. Enjoy this secluded property with the sound of the Waterfall in this enchanted hemlock forest.
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The 1772 Lefevre Homestead

1 site · Tent40 acres · New Paltz, NY
This property was once a working apple orchard. Over regulation made it very difficult to manage so we let it lie foul for years. Then we let a fellow farmer use it to graze his cattle. Now our children has taking it over and are raising beef cattle on the property. Our campsite lies on the beautiful two and a half century old LeFevre family farmstead with rich history and stunning views of the Shawangunk Mountain ridge. The property is on a 40-acre old apple orchard that is super private and filled with dramatic views and spectacular sunsets. Wake up in your tent to the sounds of birds chirping, roasters crowing and cows just close enough but just far enough way. On occasion there may be a person driving by to tend to the cattle.
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Magical Private Camping inWoodstock

1 site · Lodging2 acres · Kingston, NY
PRIVATE TWO ACRE CAMPSITE. OWNER OPERATED. Spring camping at its best! Come and enjoy a luxury tent with plush and cozy bedding. The Nest is the most unique private Camping experience in the Hudson Valley. It boasts a fully covered oversized safari style tent on its own deck with propane heater. Outdoor seating and a separate deck with a rustic kitchen area with propane grill. Cozy up to the fire pit area for star gazing and roasting marshmallows. Proudly Owner Operated! No management companies, no cleaning crews..... In order to offer our guests the best experience possible with the highest standards, we personally clean and prepare our property, we coordinate bookings and we communicate with guests. Should you need anything or have any questions during your stay, we will take the call and personally respond to any guest needs. We are extremely proud to be able to do this. Pull into your own private driveway with room for two cars. Use the cart we provide you to carry back your bags and goodies! Camping gear, you will not need! We have thought of everything to make this the best stay possible! Be sure to check out the private porta potty as you make your way down the path. It is emptied weekly and is sanitized between each stay. As you make your way down the path through the woods, you will surely be surprised as you come up to this beautiful site! On your right, you will come upon our rustic, yet beautiful, outdoor kitchen with gorgeous stained glass windows. It is set on a deck along with dining area and gazebo. The Kitchen has plenty of counter space. Enjoy the coffee area which has a K-cup coffee maker, tea kettle and tin mugs! You can store drinks in the mini fridge provided and use the cooler for your bigger items. Cook amazing meals on the propane grill with side burner. Plates, cups, and even a pan is supplied for your stay. Move the rollaway "bar" to where ever it works best for you! Enjoy your meals on the four seat patio table between the kitchen and the gazebo. When you're done or if it is too buggy, move on over to the comfy sofa and chairs in the fully netted gazebo.*** Turn on the overhead lights as the night falls upon you. Oh did we not mention there is electricity?? Well, yes there is! You will find outlets in the kitchen, gazebo and the safari sleeping tent! When you're ready for some star gazing and camp stories, or even a game of darts…move on over to the fire pit area directly across from the kitchen/gazebo deck. It's perfect for roasting marshmallows and having drinks by the fire. Be sure to bring plenty of wood as you will definitely want to linger into the night! To end your magical night, retire over to the oversized 14'x16' safari style tent. It is a comfy and spacious eclectically designed retreat. Boasting a gel memory foam mattress on a queen size bed with lush sheets and down alternative comforter to ensure everyone's comfort. Enjoy the seating area with a good book as the afternoon sun shines through. Then rinse off under the al fresco five gallon camp shower and dry off with the lush towels provided! We are excited to be using rain water collected in 50 gallon rain barrels! When the temperature drops, we provide you with body wipes for personal hygiene use as we understand that super cold showers aren't for everyone! Plus the colder temps just freeze any water left out anyway. Sweet dreams are sure to follow with either the fan on those warm nights or the heaters on those chillier nights! We provide you with an electric heater as well as a propane space heater (October through March only ). The tent heats up nicely with the propane heater so get ready to be cozy! We simply ask you to not run the heaters if you are not in the tent! We provide you with a tank of propane for your stay! We also strongly suggest you bring extra warm clothing! The Nest @ Woodstock is located in the beautiful back woods of Woodstock, one of America’s most popular small towns, filled with amazing shops, restaurants, music and unique people. The property also shares an original stone wall border with the town of Saugerties, also once called one of the “coolest small towns in America”. The Nest is also right down the road from Kingston which houses most of our favorite restaurants, shops and bars. All these amazing towns are within 10 minutes of the site, so your options are endless. The property is also bordered by several large dormant farms and protected land. Across the street is a 75 year old Sportsmans Club that promotes the interest in the conservation of earth’s natural resources, the safe use of firearms and archery and to pass that enthusiasm onto youth. Once in a while you can hear some people target shooting or practicing but for the most part, it is just you and the birds and wildlife. With that said, this is the woods! There are wild turkey, owls, deer and the occasional bear. We actually like to think that the few target shots that you may hear throughout the day, scare away these animals!! However, you want to be sure to respect nature and use all precautions to protect it and yourself. You want to make sure that you store all food in the fridge and cooler to keep animals at bay. Any trash should be placed in the trash cans and tightly sealed. We ask that you always leave it better than you found it for yourself and generations to come! This is a camping experience without needing to set up or breakdown a campsite! There are outdoor spaces that will get dusty, will have leaves and will have spider webs as they are outdoors!! While everything is wiped down for your stay, including outdoor spaces, they are still outdoor spaces. Winter Camping adventure awaits! Staying at The Nest in winter months has proven to be an absolutely magical experience for hundreds of our guests. However, it does require a little extra planning and an understanding of winter in the Hudson Valley. Between November and April, the weather can have its extremes and does not allow for running water as the pipes will freeze and crack. Unfortunately, even leaving bottled water often just ends up being blocks of ice and not useable for our guests. We simply ask guests to bring in water during their stay to ensure a safe useable water source. We also ask guests to bring proper clothing. The tent does reach comfortable temperatures, however, extreme cold snaps can make it necessary to bundle up and cuddle with your main squeeze. If you are open to a little adventure and a little planning, come and enjoy our little oasis! If you are looking for high end amenities with hot showers and instant heat on demand, this is probably not for you and we suggest trying our outdoor experiences in warmer months. ***If booking with us for the months of November through March, please note that there will not be water available for the camp showers as the water just freezes if left out. The water cooler with cold and hot water is also removed. We recommend that you bring in water that you will need and use on a daily basis. There are gas stations/stores close by where they can be purchased.*** ***Please note our Strict Cancellation Policy. We strongly recommend that you purchase trip insurance for your reservation for any unforeseen emergencies!! There are many companies out there that will give you different options at affordable prices! Please do your research. Unfortunately, we do NOT allow date changes due to weather. This is an outdoor experience...come sun, rain or snow. If you read through our reviews, you will find that all weather experiences are magical!
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Luxury Camping at 'Higher Ground'

1 site · Lodging7 acres · Putnam Valley, NY
We have a 1 night minimum, but reservations of 2 or more nights will receive a 10% refund when you book!!! HIGHER GROUND sits at the very southern tip of Clarence Fahnestock State Park. It's the ideal getaway if you want to explore Fahnestock, check out neighboring Cold Spring, Beacon, Peekskill, or just want to hang out at the site and read/relax by a campfire. We're only 1.5 miles from a SECRET entrance to Fahnestock and the trailhead to Candlewood Hill, one of the park's most exquisite views.. Just 2.5 miles away is a main parking lot and the hub for several other hiking trails including Catfish Loop, Three Lakes, Old Mine Railroad and the famed Appalachian Trail. We can provide you with a trail map and help plan your hike. Swimming at Canopus Lake is only 7 miles away. Other Fahenstock activities include fishing, boat rentals, biking, and snowshoeing/x-country skiing in the winter. Both the Glynwood Center for Regional Food and Farming and Stonecrop Gardens are only about 8 minutes away. 15 minutes to the west, poised on the Hudson River is the historic colonial town of Cold Spring, with shopping, lovely restaurants, plenty of natural attractions and a picturesque riverfront. 30 minutes northwest is the more bustling hipster vibe of Beacon with coffee shops and live music venues, and 20 minutes southeast puts you in the heart of downtown Peekskill with Hudson Valley MOCA and the Paramount Theater.
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Queen's Cabin

1 site · Lodging5 acres · Kerhonkson, NY
Dog Friendly and Fully Fenced!! This rustic 600 square-foot cabin with a semi-private bedroom and a fold-out couch can comfortably sleep up to 4 adults. The bathroom and kitchen both have modern amenities. There's a wood stove but also electric heat and AC and hot water. Huge sliding glass doors open up to a wrap-around porch. No TV, but Wifi. It sits on 5 wooded acres and nearly a full acre of cleared land is fenced, making it safe for dogs to run off leash. The house sits within the fenced in acre so you can conveniently open the doors and let your dogs run free. There is one visible house across the street from the front of the cabin but it feels very private in the back of the house. There is a firepit. There are two outbuildings onsite that are not available for rent at this time. The cabin is 20 mins from Minnewaska State Park and Mohonk Mountain House, and 35 mins from Kingston, New Paltz, Gardiner, Phonecia and Woodstock. Local restaurants of note include Mill and Main, Roughcut Brewing, Westwind Orchard, Arrowood Farms, and Harana. We live in the chalet next door where we offer small group fitness classes most days of the week. Ask us for more info if you're interested.
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Trails Head Tiny House

1 site · Lodging7 acres · Rock Hill, NY
Private and off-grid tiny home near the Neversink Unique Area hiking trails. This tiny house is approximately a tenth of a mile from guest parking. A marked trail to the site with trail markers for easy direction. This tiny house has solar powered WIFI and lights. This is not an insulated structure and during the winter months there is no running water. The outhouse is located about 50 feet from the tiny house. The space The Tiny House is located in a very private and remote location that sits next to thousands of acres of state land with beautiful hiking trails and access to the Neversink River. Guest access Private and easy parking with short hike down hill to the site if you are unable to drive directly to the site (NOTE: During the winter months all guests must park in the designated parking spot and hike to the site. You cannot drive as a result of the unpredictable weather) While the hike is short, some parts are steep, so please walk slowly and take your time. Driving to the site can only be done during the spring and summer months and requires a high clearance Truck, Jeep or SUV with all wheel drive or 4-Wheel Drive ONLY. Keypad on the front door for easy entry. Other details to note Unless you have an all wheel drive or four wheel drive vehicle, Please DO NOT drive or attempt to drive to the tiny house site. IF you decide to drive an all wheel drive or four wheel drive vehicle, it is at your own risk and the owners are not responsible for any damages. (NOTE: During the winter months all guests must park in the designated parking spot and hike to the site. You cannot drive as a result of the unpredictable weather) Please keep in mind the WIFI and lights are solar powered, therefore we cannot always guarantee its consistency. Please also note this site is off grid with a rain-catch water system, therefore we cannot guarantee there will always be running water. NOTE: PLEASE DO NOT DRINK THIS WATER. The outdoor shower has been updated with a hot water rain catch system. Please be conscious of your water usage, as the water for the shower is collected via a gutter system. If you run out of water in the shower you will need to wait for the next rainfall for it to collect and build back up. During the late fall and winter months, this site will be open to winter campers who come prepared with the necessities and truly know how to winter camp. There will be no running water during this time and the solar will not work as well as it does during the summer months. We recommend not using the electric during the daytime hours, as this helps conserve power for when you will need to use it at night. We DO NOT provide linens so please pack accordingly
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Reigning Hope Mini Farm

1 site · Tent7 acres · Walden, NY
Purchased in September 2016, our farm was once part of a larger farm adjoining our property. Our neighbors 27 acres where part of the original farm as well. where they still grow vegetables, collect honey from their bees, and maple syrup from our trees, all of which is available at the farm stand next door. Learn more about this land: Our small, sweet farm is a wonderful place to stay! We offer a private camping site on the other side of our pond with wooded trails! A great place to recharge, find love, faith, and hope. Come enjoy the beauty which includes our animals. We have driving ponies, ducks and chickens, and sometimes farm fresh eggs are available. Our farm is quiet, lovely and peaceful! Near our farm you can find many activities including: Angry Orchard, Lego Land, Goshen Historic Track, Trotter's Museum, West Point, Minnewaska & Mohawk, the Hudson river. Fishing hiking & climbing. There is also a local gun club nearby that is open to the public. Wineries, dining, horseback riding, Woodstock Museum, Renegades Baseball Stadium, Monticello Race Way, Apple Orchards and our favorite, many local farm stands.
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Triple Creek

2 sites · Tents250000 acres · West Kill, NY
A true wilderness experience. Base camp is an old Catskill farmhouse built late 19th century but first deeded 1820. Sits at the base of Evergreen Mountain bordered on three sides by tumbling water: West Kill Creek, Herdman Brook, and Haring Brook. Operated as a hunting and fishing lodge for decades - rainbow, brown, heron, kingfishers, eagles, larks , deer, bear, mink, beaver, bobcat - all there, right out the door, literally. You don't know what's going to come through your camp. The actual camp site itself is the ultimate in social distancing. As close to pure wilderness as it gets unless you're some place on the tundra. From an easily accessible parking space, it's a ten minute hike through magical meadows deep into a hidden mountain valley in the midst of 250,000 acres. Utter privacy. The only sounds being the wind, the birds, yourself, and Herdman Brook rushing along only a few yards east of your site. No vehicles are allowed at the campsite itself. Be prepared for an easy 1/4 mile hike from the parking site to the camp site itself. Very basic. No cabin. No platform. Need tent, tarp, or hammock, and sleep under the stars. Fire ring, cooking grate, water bucket, hospital style commode. The Catskills are known for "growing rocks". Watch your step. This is wilderness camping. You're off the grid at site - no cell service - but wifi available if necessary on front porch of main house. 10 a.m. check in. 3 p.m. checkout. Campers ought to be aware that black bears live in these mountains. Not likely to see one unless it's running away from you, or if you don't put your food back in its container and lock it in your vehicle with the windows closed. Anything with an attractive aroma? Lock it up. We would appreciate your purchasing human waste bags from Amazon or wherever. I'll have them here for $3.00/bag. You should also bring FIRE STARTER to make your life easier. We sell firewood as well - 7 logs/$10. Wonderful hikes - one to a waterfall - trail head at end of Spruceton Rd. Hunter Brook, Devil's Notch, Fire Tower atop Hunter Mountain, Ridge of West Kill Mountain West Kill Brewery & Spruceton Inn Bed and Bar each half mile up the road. Civilized respites. 4 campers preferred. 6 possible. 4.5 miles up County Rte 6 to 1833 Spruceton Rd., NY 12492 Old white farmhouse. On left. Coach lights. American flag. Welcome sign. Look for Baker Rd. Bridge directly opposite on right Stop at house for check in and guide to site. And Drive Carefully! PS: Pack it in. Pack it out. Please leave campsite as pristine as you found it.
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Tree Day Weekend

1 site · Lodging45 acres · Kerhonkson, NY
TINY CABIN AND GLAMPING TENT The tiny cabin is 10x12 feet with huge deck and outdoor kitchen. Inside is a queen bed and wood stove and a desk/table. The glamping tent features a queen bed and wood stove and sit about 100 feet from the cabin. Our campsite is approximately 2 hours from George Washington Bridge. This property is 45 acres of beautiful forest with 2000 feet of streamfront on the Mombaccus Creek where you can hang out and cool off on those hot summer days. Minutes from hiking, fishing and horse-riding and everything great about the Catskills. Rough Cut Brewery is a 10 minute drive with amazing beers and food when you don't feel like cooking at the campsite. 25 minutes to the action in New Paltz, 10 minutes to Walmart and 5 minutes to the Kerhonkson Diner, gas station, laundromat, pharmacy, liquor store etc.
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If you're looking to experience the great outdoors near Wappingers Falls, New York, Hipcamp has over 200 private campsites available just for you. Whether you prefer pitching a tent, parking your RV, or glamping in a cozy cabin, there's an option for every type of camper. With top campsites like Camp Blackbird (193 reviews), Vernal Heights (173 reviews), and Quilted Woods (172 reviews), you can trust that you'll have a memorable stay. Enjoy popular amenities like campfires, toilets, and trash disposal, and take part in activities such as biking, hiking, and climbing. Prices start as low as $10 per night, with an average price of $70 per night. So why wait? Start planning your camping adventure today!

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