Come pitch your tent on our 50 acre tree farm! Our camping area is situated in the middle of a lush, open, pine forest. In addition to the beautiful space, we provide you with advice on local attractions, hikes and paddles to help you plan your trip! One site @ 6 people per site during COVID-19.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2 nights
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
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Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Miles of mountain biking trails on property. Great roads with wide shoulders for road biking.
Available a 5 minute drive away.
A short walk away!
We have miles of hiking trails on property and many great hikes nearby.
A short drive away!
A short drive away!
Some ATV trails available locally. Sorry, we don't allow ATVs on property.
Rock climbing is available 45 minutes away.
X-C skiing and snowshoeing on property and locally. Downhill skiing a short drive away. Snowmobile rentals and trails locally.
A short drive away!
A 2 hour drive to a great whitewater rafting guide!
From your kitchen!
Natural features you'll find at Woodland Grove Camping in New York.
Meacham Lake, just a five minute drive away, has a beach.
We are on 27 acres of forested land!
Meacham Lake is a 5 minute drive to our north (many other lakes are nearby).
River, stream, or creek
There is a river off-property, just a 10 minute walk away.
Meacham Lake outlet is just 2 minutes to our north.
There are many waterfalls located within a 1/2 hour - 2 hour drive.
The Paul Smiths College Visitor's Interpretative Center is a 5 minute drive away with wetlands.
Places to see near Adirondack Adventure Base
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Sheila & Bob are nothing short of perfect hosts. The site was beautiful and I truly felt so welcomed & at home. So much so that I am booking another stay in the coming weeks...and another after that! Soak up all the information Bob & Sheila have to share with you.
Incredible campsite in the adironda
Sheila and Bobs place was so amazing! The property was beautiful, very well maintained, and filled with trails and hidden little spots that they’ve built up over the years. The location was right in the heart of the high peak wilderness, and near lots of incredible lakes and mountains. Sheila and Bob has great recommendations for us as well. Next time we’re in the Adirondacks we’ll be sure to stay here again!
This is one of the most unique places to stay in the Adirondacks! Situated on 50 acres of diverse northern Adirondack land in Paul Smiths, the base is close to all of the great outdoor adventures the Adirondacks has to offer. The property itself is comprised of private campsites and purpose-built structures amongst its varying landscape while boasting a claimed 163.2 things to keep yourself, your friends, and your family occupied. I'd argue the number of things to do on the property is a lot more! A wonderfully illustrated map of the property is provided upon check-in; use it and make sure to take the time to explore - the whole place is a wonder.
My wife and I tent-camped for more than a week, opting to extend our stay longer than intended because we were enjoying our time so much, even though we had to endure frigid September nights. The hosts, Bob and Sheila, are simply the best. They're personable, knowledgeable, and innovative. We appreciated every minute of conversation with them. They checked in with us daily, often making excellent suggestions of where to hike, canoe, and track for moose.
We walked away from our stay rejuvenated and inspired by everything we experienced, while simultaneously planning when we could return next (which will be soon!). This base is truly a special place.
*Additionally, Bob's maple syrup is an absolute must-try. Having grown up around a bountiful amount of maple syrup in rural New England, I have never tasted anything quite as real as what is produced right on the property through traditional methods.
It was a great private site due to only booking one site during COVID. Sheila and Bob were very friendly and super knowledgeable about the area. A little road noise but stopped a bit later in the night.
Bob and Sheila are awesome, and have such a special thing going on at Adirondack Vacation Base. The campsite was beautiful and secluded, with an outhouse and running water nearby. The site is very large, with plenty of options for arranging our campsite how we wanted with multiple fire pit areas to choose from. We were greeted warmly and received so many great recommendations for nearby activities. Will definitely be coming back!
Great hosts, great campsite!
The campground at Adirondack Vacation Base was amazing. Very private, with plenty of space to explore. The hosts have done an amazing job with accommodations and details. The outhouse is super clean and nice, the trail system is well marked and fun to explore, and the campsite was well appointed. Would definitely return!
My favorite camp site in my life
By far this was my favorite camp site of my life. I've only been seriously going outdoors for about 5 years, but I've been in different sites across America, and everything was top notch. There was a delicate balance achieved between privacy, ammenaties, and preservation of nature. The host was a very kind and thoughtful person, and left you alone to enjoy the woods. Thank you.