Pitch your tent on a working organic farm in the Great Northern Catskills. Unplug & reconnect in a secluded off-the-grid setting surrounded by nature. More than just a place to camp, your visit offers you an authentic farm stay experience.
Our camp sites are in a secluded, natural area of the farm surrounded by 50+ acres of woods, meadow, farm fields, and a spring-fed pond. The four sites are placed out of direct line-of-sight from one another, giving you personal space and privacy. Natural beauty and wildlife abound - fall asleep to the hooting of owls and chirping of crickets, wake to the songs of bluebirds and scent of wild honeysuckle. We're far from any city lights, making for brilliant stargazing.
The Pines Site is a natural clearing in the woods, set away from the shared central campground area near the start of a hiking trail. It's nicely private but still convenient to shared central campground area. The site has a private fire pit, picnic table, charcoal grill, and room for up to three tents for your party. With its wooded location, this site is well shaded and tends to be a bit cooler than the Pond or Bramble sites. The Pines is a great choice for groups of friends, families, or couples. A maximum of three tents and eight people can be accommodated in this site.
Please note that all sites are strictly walk-in. You will park your vehicle next to the barn and walk to your site (about 5 minute easy hike). We provide a hand-pulled wagon to tote your gear that you may use throughout your stay.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out Weeknight discount: 20% off
The vibe at Foxtail Farm Stay: The Pines Site
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Our stay at Foxtail Community Farm was absolutely wonderful! We had 6 adults in our party and put up three tents on our site with plenty of extra space! Rachel and Eric provided some firewood, water, a picnic table, fire ring with some logs for seating around it, a wagon to bring your camping equipment in with, and a grill with grilling utensils. They also provide breakfast for an additional charge, and although I didn't partake in breakfast myself, the four members of our party that did said it was phenomenal! The walk to the campsite is easy enough (although there was some mud when we stayed due to rain, but they put some 2x4s across the mud which did the trick!) and the portable toilet was nice and clean. Although we could hear music and talking from what we assumed was another site every once in a while, we were able to hear coyotes in the distance as well as birds and other wildlife, and the stargazing was great! One of their dogs stopped to say goodbye as we were heading out which was very nice as well. A wonderful place and I definitely recommend staying if you can!