Juneberry Farm is a total of 75 acres. We have currently approx. 8 acres of land cultivated in berry production. Three creeks run through the property leading into Seneca Lake. The topography is, in places, quite dramatic and varied. There are gullies and wooded areas offering total privacy and natural experience. The east side of Seneca Lake is within 5 mins of the Farm.Continue reading...
Juneberry Farm is a total of 75 acres. We have currently approx. 8 acres of land cultivated in berry production. Three creeks run through the property leading into Seneca Lake. The topography is, in places, quite dramatic and varied. There are gullies and wooded areas offering total privacy and natural experience. The east side of Seneca Lake is within 5 mins of the Farm. From this side the sunsets are spectacular esp. while paddling in a kayak discovering secluded private beaches.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 9 months out
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
There's a trail close by that runs along the east side of seneca lake which within 5 mins of the farm. the finger lakes forest ...Read more
Seneca lake is with 5 mins of the farm. we have kayaks to use
All around the finger lakes
On the farm and all around the area tons of great hiking
Nearby there is a horse ranch. ask for location details
Natural features you'll find at Camper nr. Seneca Lake in New York.
Several forests including the finger lakes forest
Seneca and the other finger lakes
There are many waterfalls close by
Places to see near Juneberry Farm
The vibe at Camper nr. Seneca Lake
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Altitude Camping is at June Berry Farm on the east side of Seneca Lake on a piece of property high about the lake. Your host, Guy, is a very hard working fella growing the likes of berries you’ve never heard of! Honeyberries, juneberries, aronia berries, currants, and figs. He chooses to grow these berries for the dense nutrition they pack. The honey berries and juneberries were ripe when we visited and we got to pick some right off the bushes! What a unique experience! Guy’s farm operates mostly as a u’pick farm and he uses no pesticides at all. He also has some chickens running around and a beautiful friendly Great Pyrenees named Sooty.
There is a vintage camper near the driveway tucked into the shade that has a full kitchen, a dining table that makes into a bed, and another bed on the other end. It was a very hot day when we visited but with the camper being in the shade, the temperature was moderate.
Guy also has a tree tent set up way back at the end of a soybean field with total privacy. He has some chairs and tables set up in the outside area so you can make yourself comfortable. The tent has a rain fly on it, but if you don’t use it there is a lot of screens to allow the breeze in. There is a cool zippered access in the bottom of the tent you can enter from or a side entrance that is bigger. The tent is a really neat setup!
Guy is very knowledgable about all he grows and we left there the better off. We recommend this place if you are near the Finger Lakes!