Our campsites (we maintain three mowed areas) are located in a field next to a brook near a grove of walnut trees. The sites are a few minutes walk from the main house but far enough away you have privacy. There is a great swimming hole on the property I need to photograph and another a half a mile away. We are an organic farm practicing permaculture so you can pick your own veggies or get a lesson from the farmer. If need be our neighbor sells the most delicious cooked homemade pierogies and Kelder's Farm across the road has ice cream and a fully stocked farm store. Beautiful views of Mohonk Mountain and a million fire flies too.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
The vibe at Field of Dreams
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We booked this camp spot at the last minute (with just 90 minutes notice) and arrived to find that we were the first ever campers they had hosted and given the short notice, they hadn’t prepared as much as they had planned to for their first ever campers.
Nonetheless, Kevin, our host, was very hospitable and showed us around, showed us some local plant remedies that grow on the property, the pile of kindling and firewood they had ready, and offered us vegetables from the garden.
The property is huge, and first appearances are very deceiving. Driving in, our first impression was an aging motel and several houses clustered together that are being renovated. Behind this was a large property with a gorgeous field full of vegetables, wildflowers, meadow, and woods. There are three campsites that are quite private and lovely (more so than the map would indicate), each in their own unique ways, and each are near access to a small lovely, private creek with swimming, although the water was a bit low when we had arrived. One is very secluded in a patch of field and feels very wild; one is closer to the farm near a meadow of wildflowers, and the other one is near a stand of walnut trees and next to another open field.
We stayed just one night very quickly as we were just on a short day and a half jaunt to get out of the city and explore. We enjoyed the sunset light bouncing off the creek through the trees, and watching hawks fly over the meadow. We built a campfire just to toast marshmallows on, and listened to the grasses rustle with the wind and some invisible animals. The stars at night were gorgeous too.
The mixture of forest and meadow throughout the property was really lovely, and we could not have asked for more hospitable hosts. We could see them preparing the solar showers, path lights, tents, and other amenities for the campers they had thought would be their first campers later.
The farm is a worker owned co op, and it’s also fairly new. They have a lovely vision, and I can imagine how this place will become even nicer as they develop their camping areas and farm even further.
Tanyth wasn't around, but she gave us the number of the farmer that was, and the directions were easy to follow. The site is down the path from the houses, and easy to access. There are three seperate sites, all situated in a field of wildflowers, along a creek. There was a little noise from a neighboring property, but once it started to get dark, the natural sounds drowned that out. There is a really great called The Spy, and several small grocery stores / farm stands very close. Only there for one night, but really enjoyed our stay.
The Solidarity Farm was just lovely. Our campsite was right by a beautiful stream and pretty well secluded. Beautiful scenery and the folks from the farm could not have been more welcoming. A friend and I were in town mostly to gather mushrooms, and they came down to our site, bringing some delicious tomatoes with them and we had a nice chat about mushrooms and they're (still very young) project. I would definitely recommend.