Stroll the winding trails, traveling along streams, spring, and pond; observe the wildlife, birds, and tall trees. Gaze at the majestic Catskill Mountains towering in the distance. Experience the serenity of natural surroundings in your camping nook, unseen from any house or road. Camping space is private, quiet, and wooded, with over two miles of mountain biking, hiking, orContinue reading...
Stroll the winding trails, traveling along streams, spring, and pond; observe the wildlife, birds, and tall trees. Gaze at the majestic Catskill Mountains towering in the distance. Experience the serenity of natural surroundings in your camping nook, unseen from any house or road. Camping space is private, quiet, and wooded, with over two miles of mountain biking, hiking, or cross-country skiing trails. Bicycle rental available from host.
Woodstock, NY, Colony of the Arts, is seven miles distance. Woodstock Festival Museum is one mile away. In the Sticks Restaurant is one mile away. Price Chopper Supermarket, Saugerties, is six miles away. Devil's Kitchen, hardest climb in Tour de Trump (then U.S.'s premiere bicycle race), is two miles away. (See Overview and Rules and Safety for lots more information.) Campsites are 100 yards away from parking.
Aug 9, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Hudson, $25
Sept 14, Basilica SoundScape 2018, Hudson, $60-110
Nov 3, 2018 Catskills Beverage Trail Festival Windham, $25 – $35
If you are booking 4+ weeks in advance, please message me ahead of time and I can share a discount code with you!
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out Weeknight discount: 50% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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Pine Tree Paradise is aptly named. The trees create an elevated canopy in which maneuvering is unhindered by any eye level tree branch. I was impressed with the variety of bird calls in the forest. Although, I'm no bird watcher. The campsite is in a well chosen location next to some ferns and privately secluded. One of the best front country campsites I've ever been to. The host, Demetri, is the nicest guy. He's done an incredible job maintaining the trails and campsites.
Pine Tree Paradise is a lovely campsite hosted by a very lovely person. This was my first time using this website and in the spirit of wanting everyone to have a great experience I hope to clarify a few things about camping on Demetri's land. It sits on a small dead end road with only a few houses and is bordered by a beautiful stream. Pine Tree Paradise campsite itself sits in the middle of his land between his house and the stream on the far end of the property beneath a canopy of old growth forest that is wildly beautiful. You cannot see Demetri's or any other houses from the campsite but you are close enough to the road and neighbor's property to hear cars or other vehicles/machines. When we arrived we were very delighted by Demetri himself and the walk to the campsite and found the campsite beautiful but another group already had their camp set up and it was about 15-20 feet from what was to be our campsite. Apparently there are 2 sites at Pine Tree Paradise. I explained my surprise (from all the other reviews of this campsite I had expected it to be secluded/singular) and asked if there was a more private area to camp on the land. Luckily his other campsite, Klephts Hideout, was unoccupied and we were able to camp there for the night.
I had a wonderful experience living amongst the pine trees and walking freely under their canopy on the soft layer of pine needles. Demetri the owner of the property is a very sweet man that is a joy to talk with. If I return to the area I would definitely stay with him.
Pine Tree Paradise was perfect. We came during Memorial Day weekend and probably had the most private campsite offered in the area (the rest were overcrowded, as we learned from crawling around). There were other groups on the property, but we were spaced out enough that each group had privacy. Everything on the listing was as advertised. Demetri himself was an excellent host.
Suggestion for guests: If you have fold-out chairs, bring 'em.
Lovely place. The one site on the water seems fairly secluded. From the other site, where we stayed, you can see Demitri's house through the trees. You can kind of feel off the grid if you in the opposite direction. But lots of hiking options and swimming holes around, and we had a blast at the campsite. We had 10+ people and never felt constrained for space. All in all a wonderful time in the pine tree paradise!