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Country House Field With Pond

Walden, New York

Enjoy a relaxing getaway on a private pond surrounded by untouched nature.

Our camp is located behind an old country house. There is 90 acres of land that was once a farm and is now mostly overgrown. The surroundings are woods, tall grass, and meadows. There is a pond on the property but we request that you do get within 10 feet of it. There is ample parking at the house and then the fields are a short walk down an unpaved road. This site allows for complete privacy while still being a quick drive to town.


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