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Paradise Valley Homestead

11 sites 路 RVs, Tents33 acres 路 West Milford, NJ
We have 10 large sites available on our 33 acre property located in Northwest NJ. Sites 1 through 4 are on mowed, fairly level fields and are large enough for campers or RV's up to 30ft, or a couple of tents, and sites 5 and 6 are further back in the woods, available only for a few small tents, sites 7 through 10 are much further into the property and can only be accessible with a high clearance AWD or 4WD SUV or you can park and hike your gear in. Although we are only 2 1/2 miles from a main highway, the last 2 miles are on a dirt road with no houses. We are surrounded by protected land, so no neighbors and lots of wildlife, including the occasional bear, coyote or raccoon. Keep all food items secured. Because we are surrounded by protected land we are not sprayed for insects, so be safe and do tick checks often and bring the bug spray. We are 45 minutes from NYC or the Delaware Water Gap and an hour away from the NJ shore. There are horse farms nearby that offer trail rides. We are also close to the Highland and Appalachian Hiking trails. There are two reservoirs within a 20-minute drive for canoeing or kayaking. There are walking trails through our property, including a ten-minute hike on a marked trail to a small waterfall in a ravine.
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Organic Farm in the Pocono Mts.

3 sites 路 RVs, Tents45 acres 路 East Stroudsburg, PA
Our chemical free farm is set on 45 acres overlooking the iconic Delaware Water Gap in the Pocono Mountains! We're located 1 hour from NYC and 1.5 hours from Philadelphia. There are plenty of activities within the 45 acres: hiking, fishing, farming activities, bird watching, biking all on site. We have luscious fields of sustainably produced vegetables, fruit and flowers. Explore the Delaware river from our boat launch or one of the great canoe rental companies. Hike Mt. Tammany, Ski Shawnee Mt, walk the Appalachian Trail, visit America's oldest jazz club in Delaware Water Gap or visit the dozens of water falls surrounding our farm for a swim. (Autumn is camping season in the poconos, bring blankets and plan hikes for excellent fall foliage) We have 3 camping locations which you can park near with your vehicle. They are all private camps and out of sight from others. Our camps sites are for people that like camping in the mountains and near a working farm. Our farm and the community we built is focused on sustainable living with nature, local self reliance, and kindness. Also, feel free to join us in the fields, request a tour, pet a goat, smell a pig, and check out our DIY home renovation, (built with hempcrete). Pets should not be off leash unless well behaved and pets should not be left unattended. truck campers are allowed if they're under 8 feet. No trailers/campers.
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The River's Edge

5 sites 路 Lodging, Tents60 acres 路 Pocono Woodland Lakes, PA
The River's Edge campsites sit on the shoreline of the Delaware River at the western edge of New York State overlooking the mountains of Pennsylvania. Our canvas tents and open air platforms perch between the river and the former Delaware & Hudson聽Canal which was once was used to transport raw goods by barge聽to New York City via the 'port' of Port Jervis. The remnants of the canal walls are throughout the property including a聽300 person theater which we created聽to both preserve and feature this industrial history. It also makes a great place for an event or a movie night.聽Today, the original canal towpath, along which barges would be pulled and floated downstream,聽is a trail that links all of the campsites over 5 acres聽and at the furthest end an聽eel fishing camp that is in operation from June to October (say 'hi' to Jim).聽In the early 1900s, the train replaced the canal as the primary method of moving goods into New York and if you are lucky 鈥 you will hear the train rumble by along the river on the Pennsylvania side.聽There is something spectacular in the absolute still and grandness of the river, the mountains and the ongoing industrial history of the valley. It is a reminder of the way things used to be.
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Camp David- 13 acres, Three Cabins

5 sites 路 Lodging13 acres 路 Newton, NJ
Nestled outside the village of Stillwater, NJ right across the Appalachian trail and the Kittatinny Mountain Ridge, Camp David sports three luxurious log cabins: > Bell's Cabin- Main cabin that sleeps up to six > The Chatham House- Sleeps up to ten > Chief's Cottage- sleeps up to ten All cabins have their own separate listing and can be booked together or combined. The main cabin, Belle's Cabin, is made from hand hewed logs and is the only cabin furnished with a king size bed. All cabins come equipped with full bathrooms, updated kitchens, wood stoves, and the main cabin has a walkout porch on the second floor. All cabins have climate controlled heating/cooling units as well as hot water. Camp David was originally a German hunting camp at the turn of the 20th century. It was later donated to the Boy Scouts in the 1940鈥檚. By the 2000鈥檚, it was left abandoned at which time I purchased it and began to restore it back to its true form while maintaining the cabin life integrity. I am a contractor and arborist by trade and the last ten years I have worked hard to bring the site back to life. The camp consists of 13 acres abutted by 100's of acres of state park land. There are two stocked ponds connected by a cascading stream, multiple fire pits with seating, furnished gazebo with wood stove, picnic tables, and multiple park benches located throughout the property. Below are close locations to visit: > Walpack Fish and Wildlife Management Area- Great for sightseeing, hiking, biking, fishing, hunting > Walpack Inn- Beautiful restaurant with an entire back wall, window view overseeing Kittatinny Valley > Appalachian Trail- hiking, sightseeing > Catfish Fire Tower- Great hiking and views > Buttermilk Falls- beautiful waterfalls > Long Pine Pond & Crater Lake- Both are spring fed and great for swimming and boating (clear water) > Swartswood Lake- Swimming & boating > Delaware River- Great for swimming, boating, tubing, canoeing, fishing > Delaware Water Gap National Recreational Area- More sightseeing, hiking, fishing, swimming, Bushkill Falls > Dingmans Ferry
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$235
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Camp Dietrich on Bear Creek

4 sites 路 Lodging425 acres 路 Jim Thorpe, PA
4 Secluded campsites along Bear Creek in the Poconos, feature spacious safari tents with queen bunk beds, covered dining area, a deck to set up an additional 6 person pop up tent. In addition we have 鈥淐heck Point Shed鈥 where campers can borrow gear. Drive into your campsite immediately you will hear the sounds of a Babbling creek, by giant rhododendrons under magnificent hemlocks and oaks - a truly natural and relaxing experience. Campers can enjoy a short hike to our private waterfall with swimming hole or lay in a hammock by the creek. The sites are surrounded by 400 acres of privately owned natural forest with several miles of marked trails. The campsite is adjoined by Lehigh Gorge State Park and PA state game lands. Sturdy shoes or hiking boots are recommended for hiking. Just minutes away there are outdoor adventures galore: white water rafting, kayaking, biking on rail to trails bike paths, skirmish paint ball, Glen Onoko Falls and Hickory Run state parks. the mountaintop entertainment venue Penns Peak and the historic town of Jim Thorpe are just 15 minutes from the campsite. Jim Thorpe has many fine eatery鈥檚, shops, the Lehigh Gorge Railway and Asa Packer mansion
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Twin Oaks

2 sites 路 Tents30 acres 路 Columbia, NJ
This campsite provides a great location to use as a base for day hikes. The tent site is situated beneath a canopy of two large Red Oak trees. This property was formerly a farm and has since grown back to a pioneer Hardwood Forest. There are stone rows throughout the farm and some areas that have been cleared of invasive vegetation and planted with native grasses to enhance the deer population. We suggest day hikes such as Catfish Fire Tower, Van Campen's Glen, and Buttermilk Falls. Here's a list of our recommendations for hiking, fishing, and just plain old exploring: The Delaware Water Gap National Recreational Area (DWG) and nearby Walpack Fish and Wildlife Management Area in Layton have many hiking trails (See the National Park Service's website). Great areas for sightseeing, hiking, biking, fishing, hunting. Buttermilk Falls, (find the trailhead on) Mountain Road in Layton. Hike to the top of the beautiful waterfalls near Walpack and take a 6.8 mile loop trail to Crater Lake. Walpack Inn, National Park Service Rd 615, Layton. A beautiful restaurant with an entire back wall of windows with a view of the Kittatinny Valley. The Walpack is open on weekends for dinner only. Appalachian Trail (AT). Check out the AMC Mohican Outdoor Center located along the trail in Blairstown. The AT runs through the DWG. Offers hiking and sightseeing. Long Pine Pond & Crater Lake in Walpack. Both are spring fed and great for swimming and boating (clear water). Van Campen's Glen, Old Mine Road, Hardwick. The 2.1 mile loop trail features several cascades and waterfalls, a narrow stone valley, and a lush hemlock ravine. Catfish Fire Tower, Millbrook Road, Hardwick. A rocky 2.0 or longer 4.4 mile hike to the top of the ridge. Great views on NJ and PA. Also check out "Hiking Our Preserves" on the Ridge and Valley Conservancy's website for information on 4 local hiking trails. Delaware River- Great for swimming, boating, tubing, canoeing, fishing. Keep your eye out for Bald Eagles! White Lake - 97 Stillwater Rd. Hardwick, NJ 07825. The Paulinskill (Blairstown) and FlatBrook (Old Mine Road, Hardwick) rivers are local spots for trout fishing. On Saturdays during the summer, you may want to try out the Blairstown Farmers Market on Stillwater Road. Hours 9:30 to 1:00 pm.
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Tranquil Tudor

1 site 路 Lodging1 acre 路 East Stroudsburg, PA
A True nature escape with hot tub, wood burning fire pit and all the essentials you need for your Getaway escape! Hi-speed WiFi making it the perfect work from home space. Great Location, only 10min drive from Shawnee Mountain and Bushkill Falls. The Cabin is suited for 9 people with 4 bedrooms. Open floor plan that connects the Kitchen, dining room and living space highlighted by a beautiful view from the deck. Imagine yourself relaxing with your closest admiring nature's breathtaking views!
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$250
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Tipi Homestead

1 site 路 Tent10 acres 路 East Stroudsburg, PA
Hello! We are excited to share the Poconos and this beautiful Tipi, placed perfectly near route 80 and minutes away from Delaware Water Gap, which the Appalachian trail runs through, great Jazz and art scene as well. On the property we have a fire pit available along with basic camping gear, a couch and chairs are inside the tipi, and a blow up mattress is stored inside of a storage bin. Perfect place to find some peace of mind, there are also hammock chair swings
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Moon Valley Campground

2 sites 路 Lodging27 acres 路 Vernon, NJ
Located 50 miles from midtown Manhattan (approx 1:08 minutes) is our brand new campsite located right off the Appalachian Trail. The camp is at the base of Wawayanda mountain right between the iconic hikes "Stairway to Heaven" and "Pochuck Boardwalk" on the Appalachian Trail. Hike right from camp up to "Pinwheel Vista" (named one of NJ's best viewpoints!) At the entrance to the property is the Valley Farmers Cooperative that sells local grass fed meats and artisanal farm goods. You can walk two minutes to Heaven Hill Farm which has plenty of goods, produce, and fun fall activities like pumpkin picking and haunted hayrides. Drive your car from route 94 directly to your campsite nestled in the woods with a great view of the valley. A perfect getaway from the city with plenty to offer. About 10 minutes down 94 is the beautiful town of Warwick or about 4 minutes in the opposite direction is the town of Vernon. Warwick is a quaint small town with plenty of great restaurants and bars, and famous for its apple picking. Vernon has plenty to offer as well including the popular ski resort/waterpark Mountain Creek and Minerals Spa (Located just under 10 minutes away.) The quiet charm of Wawayanda State Park appeals to hikers, campers, swimmers and boaters. Forested hills surround Lake Wawayanda creating a restful backdrop for canoeists and fisherman, while steep mountains challenge casual as well as serious hikers. A twenty-mile stretch of Appalachian Trail runs through the park, while the top of Wawayanda Mountain offers sensational views. More than sixty miles of trails are marked in the park.
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Lake Genero

23 sites 路 RVs, Tents44 acres 路 The Hideout, PA
Conveniently located in the Northeastern Pocono Region of Pennsylvania offering camping, glamping, boondocking, and event space. Our property is in its 2nd ownership in place effective 2021 and renovations are underway to make the Lake Genero experience a rewarding one. Learn more about this land: At Lake Genero you can take in nature as you see bald eagles nesting and flying above, hawks, turtles, frogs, foxes, deer and so much more. We allow non-power boating, fishing (catch and release), private pavilion rentals and a serene environment. We have 44 acres of wooded area and a 7 acre lake to explore. You can also enjoy a campfire, relaxing on a hammock, playing yard games such as cornhole, ring toss, swing sets, Kan Jam, Jenga, volleyball and badminton, bring your dog and enjoy local attractions. We plan events to bring the community to the property through camping, glamping and special events such as live music festivals, craft fairs, comedy shows and car shows. Tailgaters Lakeside is our onsite food truck (with wifi and cell service!) on site (open Thursday-Sunday during the off-season and Tuesday-Sunday during peak season). Restrooms and primitive showers also available. Bring your own towel, toiletries and shower shoes. After your booking, we will send you a check list of what we recommend you bring, as well as a local attraction and food guide. We look forward to hosting your Pocono camping experience!
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Pocono Cabin With No Name

1 site 路 Lodging1 acre 路 Tobyhanna, PA
The cabin once was a hunting cabin part of a 200-acre parcel before the development sprung up around it. Most of the acreage is now green space and backs up to state game lands. Your stay at聽the Pocono Cabin With No Name supports 1 for Nature. Protecting and enhancing special places in the Pocono Mountains for all to enjoy. With funds raised聽1 for Nature聽awards聽grants to qualified nonprofit organizations and local government entities to support the conservation and public enjoyment of wildlife habitat, trails, streams, and parks in Monroe County, Pennsylvania. Our cabin is located in a calm neighborhood next to 1,000's of acres of green space and state game lands. Relax outside with a fire, the sound of the creek, and waterfalls. Take an easy hike behind the house to an old stone mill. The cabin sleeps 6 in 2 bedrooms (1 king and 2 twins with a sleeping loft for 2) 1 bath with large shower, stone floor, and large counter. (Linens and Towels Included) Let yourself disconnect from the day-to-day, read a book, play a game, take a hike, enjoy the mountain air and star-filled nights.
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Wooded area with campsites

6 sites 路 RVs, Tents40 acres 路 Columbia, NJ
Learn more about this land:Hiking on property, fishing on property , biking , horse back riding very close , very relaxing setting, camp fires at night, White Lake kayaking. Close to local shops, historic Downtown Blairstown ,Buck hill Brewery, Post time pub, and many other local places to dine.
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The best camping near Bushkill Falls guide

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About

The "Niagara of Pennsylvania", Bushkill Falls is one of the most famous scenic attractions for explorers visiting the Keystone State. A stunning set of 8 waterfalls can be found as you make your way up Liitle Bush Kill, the river feeding the falls. A giant network of well maintained hiking trails weaves accross the mountain and continues on into the Pocono Mountains. With the scale of the trail system Bushkill Falls feels like you have it all to yourself if you visit at the slower times of year.

When to go

The best time to visit Bushkill Falls is during the spring and fall when the weather is mild and the natural scenery is at its peak. Summer offers a warm escape to the cool falls, but it can be crowded. Winters are harsh and may limit access to trails and falls, making it less ideal for visits.

Know before you go

  • Check the weather forecast before your visit, as conditions can affect trail accessibility.
  • Wear sturdy footwear suitable for uneven terrain and potential wet areas.
  • Be aware of park hours, which vary seasonally, to plan your visit accordingly.
  • While picnicking is allowed, feeding wildlife is strictly prohibited to protect both visitors and animals.
  • Remember to bring a camera to capture the stunning views and wildlife you may encounter.

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