Fortunate Ewe Farm

Cambridge, New York

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A grassy sheep farm in Cambridge, NY with a great swimming pond you will never want to leave!

A private hilltop campsite overlooking seasonal sheep pastures and a wonderful swimming pond. The farm has great views, wood trails, and mowed paths in the fields. Our town has amazing biking trails, and the best doughnuts on Sundays.

The Battenkill River is close by for fishing, swimming, tubing, and day long canoeing trips. Our location is 45 mins from Mass Moca, The Clark, and Saratoga Springs, NY. Tibbits State Forest is also a short drive from the site!

This campsite is equipped with a queen sized bunk bed.

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