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Peconic River Campgrounds

20 sites · RVs, Tents8 acres · Calverton, NY
Grassy field. Natural woods. River accessible. We are located 30 minutes from Long Island, NY. Feel free to pitch your tent anywhere you like on the property. Choose the grassy meadow or the natural woods filled with trees. Have a campfire and enjoy nature. Bring fishing gear and cast away. Go for a relaxing walk on the 2,000 feet of walkable dikes right on the river. Bring your canoe or kayak and feel free to launch it right on site. If you're bringing an RV, we can accommodate vehicles up to 30 ft in length and the sites require levelling. There is a water hookup but no electrical hookup. Toilet & showers are available. Potable water available. Pet-friendly! Bring a bike and explore our dirt trails across the street. Or visit the man-made dam on Dam RD just 2 minutes down the road, where you can take a dip in the water. If you're looking to get away from the hustle and bustle, look no further! It's serene, peaceful, and private. So come experience it for yourself! Nature awaits!
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Skyline RV Camp

30 sites · RVs, Tents4 acres · New York, NY
WE ARE OPEN Stellar Views and Fresh Waters - New York City has never looked better! The campground is located at (around) Skyline Drive In Movie theater, a unique drive-in cinema experience, at 1 Oak Street in trendy yet relaxed Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Our location is situated on the East River and boasts killer views of the Manhattan Skyline any time of day! The space is a massive open concrete surface lot on the East River. The lot is a private property and is monitored by the 24/7 security in the adjacent building. The subway is 4 blocks away (G Train, Greenpoint Ave stop) which will take you to the city in under 30 minutes. Greenpoint Ferry stop is a few blocks away which will take you to midtown Manhattan in no time! Please note, that you might benefit from using a trucker app called "Trucker Path" while getting here since in some areas of Brooklyn you can't drive an RV. ** Site #'s are not official, you are paying for the accommodation of a hookup or non hookup space, the on-site manager will give you an official site when you arrive**
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Destination Farnch

2 sites · Tents25 acres · Peekskill, NY
The Farnch: A developing Destination Farm Come have a picnic under a tree, spend a few hours and go for a hike in Hudson Highland Gateway Park, a Historic 352-acre park offering hiking, birding, cross-country skiing, fishing & snowshoeing. He have rods and tackle to rent or buy if you don’t have your own. If you’re having a really great time and the kids just don’t want to leave, join us for an evening of sleeping under the stars in the forest at one of our campsites. We also host local Scout Groups, and Appellation Trail hikers. Hikers know that we are located about 2 miles south of the route 9 trail crossing at the Appalachian Market and offer pick up and drop off service from there on weekends. Hudson Valley is a wonderful 4 season go to location and being about an hour away from New York City you won’t spend hours in the car before being able to stretch your legs.
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Mickelberry Forest Gardens

2 sites · RVs, Tents4 acres · Newtown , CT
The meadow we occupy was once the farmers property that I grew up next to at my parents farm house.  When he wanted to sell his property he offered it to us for purchase at a fair price if we would not develop more than we needed to live here.  We maintained the meadow adjacent to our property and have kept it as an agricultural site.  We have had our son who is a permaculture expert develop an edible forest garden and a unique diversified small orchard so we can eat and share healthy organic fruits and vegetables while helping our environment and wildlife and educating others to do the same.  It is expensive to live in Newtown but we love our property.  We want to teach others to grow food from their land while helping to support us keeping our adjacent property agricultural and undeveloped.  Our property has provided many happy gatherings and events and we love to share it with others.  Let us know if there is anything special we can help provide for you.  Come visit Mickleberry!!!   Learn more about this land:Thank you to all the wonderful friends we have met through this amazing program.  We regret that our community at this time does now allow for "transient" renting of property and I unknowingly was operating outside of the zoning rules and regulations of our town.  Please continue to get outside and enjoy all the beautiful places and spaces this world has to offer and keep in touch.  We love you all!  Thank you for your support!   Bill and Amy Enjoy your stay next to our edible forest garden on the Edge of a beautiful meadow along side the orchard of berries, nuts  and fruit trees.  Various seasons will offer you an opportunity to pick your own breakfast in our maturing establishment.   You can enjoy exploring, and examining our 7 year permacultuire food forest with chestnut seedlings already tall enough to climb , 10-foot hazels bearing buckets of nuts and a different selection of raspberries, blackberries, gooseberry, currents, golden berries, service berries and Mulberries.      Enjoy a stroll   through the meadow trail to breath in  morning views and evening fireflies and stars.  This camp area is very private but household amenities are not far away if desired.  This site is much more private than Mickelberry Forest Garden Site and the beautiful mountain view is only a small step away.  One mile away we offer nearby blue mark trails, mountain biking, lake and outdoor activities are at your fingertips and your hosts will be happy to provide any assistance needed to find or enjoy these opportunities.  The Creamery (Ferris Acres) is one of the best farm ice cream shops in the East.  We can provide breakfast upon request from our free range chickens on our kiwi lined deck with beautiful mountain views.     Come and enjoy the croak of the bullfrog and the sound of the crickets.  We are new and growing our amenities so at this time check the overview for available amenities but you can guarantee we won't disappoint.  Come visit Mickelberry Forest Garden and The Meadow's Edge our newest most private site!!! 
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1. Robin's Hood

7 sites · Tents2 acres · Central Valley, NY
2 sites.: Robin's Hood and Lola's Loop. Both wooded and natural. short walk to town for restaurants or supplies. Woodpeckers, deer, rabbits .opossums, racoons live there too. Pick up fire kindling near grounds. Bring camperLoo or shovel. Robin's Hood spacious site has Picnic table, 2 benches, plenty of kindling , raised copper campfire. Park there. . Lola’s Loop site is smaller and very private surrounded by natural habitat accessible by short path. No table or bench. Metal campfire holder. No toilet or furniture. Close to: AT, Woodbury Common. West Point and Storm King art Center, Hudson River
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Bare Camping

6 sites · Tents1 acre · Stony Point, NY
Property was bought just as another project. However, after realizing the beautiful surroundings it only made sense to share it with others.
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Historic Sundial Farm

2 sites · Tents18 acres · Ossining, NY
Sundial Farm Pitch your tent and pick our apples by the pond on Westchester’s oldest working farm. You’ll enjoy complete privacy and quiet. The Hawkey family has worked Sundial Farm for nearly half a century, from indoor plants to perennials to dressage school, to organic veggies, selling antiques, hosting a local CSA and farm stand, and most recently native plant landscaping with PlanIt Wild. Sundial Farm can also be seen in many Hollywood productions, such as Blackkklansmen, The Hunters, and American Gangster. *You may come across reviews talking about the farm stand and animals. Sadly those are no longer here, so stock up on goodies before you arrive.
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Yurt in the Hamptons

2 sites · Lodging1 acre · Westhampton, NY
The Yurt Sanctuary is in Westhampton NY just 3 miles to the pristine beaches of The Hamptons on a private lot with private access to full yard. Total beach vibe here in the Hamptons -- sought out destination by surfers and fishermen worldwide. This season we got a five burner propane grill for your grilling delight! Beach Vibe all the time! Performing Arts Center, Bakery, Farmer's Market, Restaurants and Shops on Main Street just a bike ride away. Gazebo bandshell host free summer art performances. RELAXED beach vibe! There's a Dakota Fire Pit, Compost toilet and hot water outdoor shower, propane gas BBQ Grill. The Yurt is 20' in diameter (314 sq. ft.), 11 ft. high to the dome, with 1 Queen and 1 Full size sofa beds comfortably sleeping 3. An Eco-friendly Yurt experience will connect you to Nature and give you the best chance to relax. No WiFi, No TV
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Lincoln Kirstein

1 site · RV, Tent4 acres · Weston, CT
Private compound Close to Merritt Parkway and I95 1 hour from NYC Hidden off the main road 800 ft long single lane driveway Quite camp; peaceful with access to town center grocery and gas station 15-20 minutes to metro north train stations Flat parking for vans and small to medium size rvs Hiking trails and bike jumps on and right of the property 1-mile trail behind house to town center Beautiful birds chirping, wildlife, and nature You will love this spot
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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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Stony Point Hideout

3 sites · Tents8 acres · Stony Point, NY
Welcome to our private slice of paradise, where nature's beauty unfolds before your eyes. Tucked away off the main road beside our residential home, our property offers a secluded haven overlooking a tranquil river, with majestic mountains as your backdrop. Whether you prefer to camp under the vast open sky or nestled amidst the whispering woods, you'll find the perfect spot to pitch your tent just a short 1-minute walk away. Embrace the simplicity of primitive camping, where the focus is on reconnecting with nature and disconnecting from the distractions of modern life. While amenities are minimal, you'll find everything you need for a memorable outdoor experience. Ample parking is available close to the campsites, ensuring convenience as you arrive and depart. Each campsite features a designated fire pit, inviting you to gather 'round and share stories beneath the stars. Flat land provides a sturdy foundation for pitching your tent, while nearby trees offer the perfect opportunity to hang a hammock and sway in the gentle breeze. Immerse yourself in the rhythms of nature as you explore the surrounding landscape, hike along scenic trails, or simply unwind by the river's edge. With nothing but the sounds of chirping birds and rustling leaves to accompany you, you'll find peace and tranquility in abundance. Escape the hustle and bustle of city life and retreat to our private oasis, where the beauty of the outdoors awaits. Whether you seek adventure or serenity, you'll find it here, where every moment is infused with the magic of the wilderness.
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Tree house

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Highland Mills, NY
Cousy tree house that feels like staying in the wilderness with stars at night . Feel and sleep comfortable with a feeling of relaxation . Internet access available. Sleep like feeling like a cabin. Feels like a room with a view to trees. There are pool, jacuzzi available depending the weather . The bathroom, gym, quite office and kitchen access are available in the main house .
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The best camping near Sagamore Hill National Historic Site guide

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Walk in the steps of Teddy Roosevelt, the 26th president of the United States, at his former home on the north shore of Long Island.

Start your tour at the house, which harbors artifacts from Roosevelt's life. The beautiful, three-story dwelling was built in 1885, and much of the inside is original and restored. The president spent many summers here while in office when he needed a break from the rigors of being the top elected official in the country. The first floor contains a living room decked out in hunting trophies, ornate desks, and display cabinets. Upstairs, there's a library that doubled as Roosevelt's office when he had presidential duties to attend to. Keep an eye out for a teddy bear in the house.

There is an admission fee for the house, and tickets sell out quickly for tours. If you want to be like the 26th president, stand on the back porch and give a speech to people in attendance. You might get some stares, but at least you're presidential.

Outside, the property is just as magnificent. Trails and paved paths take you through forests, meadows, salt marshes and beaches. You might find eagles, small mammals, frogs, turtles and insects along your walk. It's no wonder Roosevelt, an avid outdoorsman himself, fell in love with this place.

All of this adventuring and speech-giving makes you hungry. There's a picnic area to get off your feet for a little bit to enjoy some chow. There's no place to buy food in the park other than light snacks, so bring some goodies with you to eat a hearty lunch.

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