About Robibero's Retreat
Winery by day, campgrounds by night. Our secluded field is the perfect spot to pitch a tent and enjoy a night away from the noise. A roaring fire is a must as many can sit around in our tables and chairs and feel the heat from our 5 foot diameter fire pit! Many local hiking, fishing, and climbing spots nearby just a few miles away from our location.
Just a 10 minute drive into the historic town of New Paltz and you will find many unique shops and great restaurants to indulge
- Listing type: Private
- No. of sites: 50
- Accessible by: Drive
- Accommodation: Tent Only
- Check in after: 3PM
- Check out before: 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within an hour
- Response rate: 100%
The vibe at Robibero's Retreat
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This is an awesome place to pitch your tent, especially if you enjoy local wine. It's dispersed camping, so you can pitch your tent anywhere. No picnic tables or fire rings at the sites, but the winery has a huge communal fire pit and lots of tables.
You can camp here anytime, but I would recommend visiting when the winery is open - from Thursday to Sunday. Definitely bring your dog if you have one, and head up to Minnewaska State Park for a hike and a swim.
We had a wonderful night at Robibero's Retreat! The weather and scenery were absolutely perfect, and the wine was delicious. Be sure to get there during business hours to enjoy the tasting, people watching, and live music. We had a blast hanging out in the sun and taking it all in. And our pup loved being able to tag along everywhere we went!
When everyone cleared out, we built a small fire and enjoyed a peaceful night under the stars. All in all, a great experience! Highly recommend.
Harry was an absolutely life saver, after a failed attempt at finding a hotel we opted to camp and Harry was able to accommodate us on a really short notice :) We came just in time for a bit of wine tasting before setting up. This place is gorgeous, with a huge fire pit picnic tables and restrooms.
We had such a great time camping here! We had a wine tasting and then enjoyed the afternoon and had a picnic as a band played (it was their winestock festival). We set up our tent in the evening and set small campfire. It was a great place to camp. We so look forward to going back!
Had a fabulous time at Robibero's. The vineyard is beautiful. The winery was open while we were there so we got to enjoy a bottle of yummy wine on the porch as the evening wound down. Built a fire in their giant fire pit. The field where we put our tent was big but felt secluded. Also we hiked during the day at minnewaska state park, which was gorgeous and only a short drive from the vineyard. Oh and the town of New Paltz was super cute and a short drive as well. Cute shops and restaurants. We'll definitely be back!
This was such an awesome weekend getaway spot! We arrived after going on a hike in the nearby Minnewaska State Park at about 5pm.
We met Harry, who was helpful and showed us around the property. Then we went in the winery for a wine tasting, which was so fun and delicious! Afterwards we set up our tents near a picnic bench and with a view of the beautiful vineyard and mountains just in time before the sun went down. Live music was being played on the porch of the winery and people were out enjoying themselves in the yard until 7, which is when they close on saturdays. We were separated from other campers by greenery and our spot felt very private. Outdoor bathrooms were clean and just fine.
This was so fun and a unique way to camp that I definitely recommend and will hopefully do again in this same spot!
The camping space is a serene open meadow. The people in the winery area are very friendly. And the wine is nice too! There were a lot of frog noises I believe it was, so you may want to remember your earplugs, or maybe not put your tent as close to the reedy area as I did.
Super convenient to be able to drive your car up and park right next to your campsite (especially when the weather's bad, as it was for us one night!). Lots of space, great to have access to 'real' bathrooms, and convenient to other places in the Hudson Valley. We were especially excited they came around as we were packing up in the morning and asked if we had any trash, so we didn't have to make space for it ourselves in the car...!
We loved staying at Robibero! We arrived just after 5pm, in time for a wine tasting and to buy a few bottles to enjoy by the fire. The toilets available to campers were great, the fire pit is awesome, and the camping field was very quiet. The nearby town of New Paltz was great for brunch the next day and we loved hiking at nearby Mohonk Preserve.