Pitch your tent or set up your pop up near the Shawangunk River or an old rail road Trestle. Take a dip as long as the river is not raging. Walk the fields or farm road. The driveway used to be a rail road track and the trestle base is right near by. Pet a horse or goat, fish for trout andcrayfishor visit nearby attractions! Or go for a walk along the driveway and find an old
Pitch your tent or set up your pop up near the Shawangunk River or an old rail road Trestle. Take a dip as long as the river is not raging. Walk the fields or farm road. The driveway used to be a rail road track and the trestle base is right near by. Pet a horse or goat, fish for trout and crayfish or visit nearby attractions! Or go for a walk along the driveway and find an old tractor with a tree growing out of it and explore the old ice house! You might even find an ancient rail road spike. Bring bikes for the kids, there's plenty of space for them to ride without leaving the property, we have 43 acres! There's a canoe on the pond too! When you arrive we have a map of the farm as well as some helpful hints and a list of things to do in the area. If you'd like a copy before you arrive please text us with your request and email address!
- Check in: After 9AM
- Check out: Before 2PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
The vibe at Trestle View Farm
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I think there was a coordination issue with the host(s). The property was good and they made right by us, but no one on site knew anything about Hipcamp and the person who listed it was out of the country. We were setup in the woods at a different site than was described which had plenty of space and a fire ring, but no river or toilet. Overall it worked out fine and everyone was very friendly considering the circumstances.
The site itself is pretty serene and secluded and pretty nice. Down a long grassy hill and right on the riverbank.
As others have mentioned it was a little tricky on arrival because Heidi wasn’t there and for the first hour or so there wasn’t anyone to direct me to the site. After a while Heidi’s daughter arrived and was very helpful with directions and assistance.
A few simple signs with the universal “tent” icon and and arrow pointing to the right direction would go a long way to facilitating self check-in.
Friendly people, pretty location
The host and family where quite friendly and accommodating. I got badly stuck in the mud on the property and they tried very hard to get me out, but ultimately I had to pay a lot for a local tow company to winch my car out. Be VERY careful driving without a 4-wheel-drive vehicle.
The site is pretty bare for amenities (picnic table, bathroom is very far depending on where you set camp) so you are making your own site in an open field - not a bad thing, just something to be aware. It was a nice getaway, but next time I might camp somewhere with a few more car-camping basics.
Great views and location. Little hard to find the camp spot with directions provided. A lot of ticks as well. Could be mitigated with a better groomed path to the camp site and bathroom.