PHR camping provides comfortable simple living on a seven acre field looking west. Farm land and forest surround the natural field. Enjoy sunsets while looking over the Bristol Hills of the Finger Lakes Region in upstate New York. The land is private and accessible to many outdoor activities within a few miles. Finger Lakes trail system within three miles, three state pa
PHR camping provides comfortable simple living on a seven acre field looking west. Farm land and forest surround the natural field. Enjoy sunsets while looking over the Bristol Hills of the Finger Lakes Region in upstate New York. The land is private and accessible to many outdoor activities within a few miles. Finger Lakes trail system within three miles, three state parks in area.
The campsite offers firepit, picnic table and porta potty and water. Garbage and recycling available short distance from campsite.
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 20% off
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Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Naples Creek, Cohocton River and Finger Lakes
Finger lakes trail system, Hi Torr state park, Stoney book state park, Letch worth State Park
Several finger lakes and Cohocton river that flows towards Chesapeake Bay have paddling options.
Natural features you'll find at Pine Hill Retreat Campsite in New York.
Pine Hill Retreat camping is located on 30 acres. 24 acres are wooded and 6 acres are wild field with 1 acre for farming.
Not mountainous, but Bristol Hills largest in finger lake region. Campsite is 2000 ft above seal level
A driveway into property from Pine Hill Road leads to campsites.
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The Pine Hill Retreat Bunkhouse was great! The cabin is situated in a field up the side of a mountain with a great vista view if you hike up the hill a ways. The inside of the cabin is well decorated with useful and interesting items including books, fishing poles, cooking supplies, and oil lamps. The desk in front of the window gives a great view directly towards the sunset. There are 3 beds inside, but there is space for small tents outside for larger groups. The out house was a porta-john, but was very clean. I really enjoyed my stay here, the only complaint I can think of is how hot it gets inside the cabin on a sunny summer day. The campsite is a short way from Naples, NY with plenty of great activities to do in the area!
The bunkhouse was great. Stephen was very helpful and provided most of the supplies someone would need to camp. Near the bunkhouse are a ton of state parks, hiking trails, and places to fish. The weather was great all week. Also the town of Naples is about a ten minute drive with anything you would need, such as food, alcohol, more camping supplies, and almost anything else one would need. I would recommend the bunkhouse to anyone.
This is an absolute hidden gem. The campsite is discreet and has a perfect view of the sunset and stars. Stephen’s friend Abby was so nice and seems like a really cool person. They even invited us to hang out and show us around the property. 10/10 campsite for the price and location. We will be back.
Bare camp suit and pine tree retrea
The camp site itself was fine, very nice views and private. Always heard about wind turbines making noise but never close enough to one to hear. There are 3 or 4 of them very close to the camp site, and although not horrible they do make a very noticeable sound that makes spot not so quiet. Also we entered Pine Tree road from the north end of road. opposite from the directions given by the host. The sign marking the entrance to where camp site is located is not visible so we ended up going all the way to the opposite end of the road and finally found the place when we turned around. The sign could be better positioned so as to be seen from either direction. Also there is a fork after you enter the property that is not marked. The left fork goes to the cabin with very little room to turn around, we had a road trek van. If not renting the cabin make sure to take the right fork to continue on up to the bare camp site. The port a john was spotlessly clean and clean smelling. Also there is a nice Weber kettle for grilling and also using as a fire pit. All in all even with the issues I have mentioned, we did enjoy our night there and recommend it to others.