Camp Moon Child Site 2

Cropseyville, New York

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Camp MoonChild is a private tent site which sits on 33 acres of beautiful pine, maple and birch trees including several walking trails and lots of stonewalls throughout. We invite you to join us and share our love for the outdoors at either one of our two campsites. Campsite #1 is a short distance from the parking area through the gravel trail connecting campsites #1 and #2. Campsite #2 is located on the upper section of our property. Both campsites offer the quiet and privacy for an enjoyable camping experience where you can pitch a tent and sit around a warm campfire enjoying the occasional night owl or wake up to the sounds of birds singing.

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