- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 18 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
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Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Low traffic seasonal road heading to viele pond is great for a bike ride.
Viele pond down the road has great fishing. And I have seen trout in the brook.
Many acres of state land just down the road is great for hiking and exploring nature.
Saddle Up Stables in Lake George Ruggiero's Horseback Riding At The Painted Pony Ranch Lake Luzern
Viele pond down the road is great for kayaking or canoe.
Gore Mountain and West Mountain is open for any brave winter campers.
Echo lake. Or I have gone for a quick dip in the shallow pond to cool of on a hot day.
Scroon river is great for paddling rougher water.
At camp and many acres of state land just down the road is great for hiking and exploring nature.
Natural features you'll find at Spring fed brook in the Adirondacks in New York.
Trail that leads to the back of the pond is great to view nature.
Echo lake in Warrensburg has a beach and Lake George not far away has beaches and fishing.
Camp is in the mountains.
River, stream or creek
Spring fed brook goes through the property.
Small pond on the property to take a dip and get cooled off.
Wetlands on some of the property make exploring nature fun.
Well hidden driveway directions given after booking.
The vibe at Spring fed brook in the Adirondacks
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We had a great time. The forest is beautiful here. Old growth, very untouched. We saw chipmunks and wild turkeys. Robert was very helpful, especially when we had to pull a booking change to go see family. He graciously offered to let us use downed small trees for firewood.
The site itself is close to a road but the traffic is only one vehicle every couple hours. The one thing that was tough to deal with were the small tree stumps dotting the cleared part of the site. There's a spot that's free enough of them to fit a tent, but they were an annoyance. At the price though, it was still a great value, and Robert is still working on the site bit by bit. This was September 2018, so good chance this detail could be irrelevant by the time you're reading this. Overall we were pretty happy with the site! A full supermarket was only 10 minutes away, but around the site there's only 2 neighbors whose homes were pretty far off.