Little Sit Farm Cosmic Glamping Site

Windsor, New York



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Historic farm across from the Susquehanna River.

Our historic property is situated on a main road, yet feels secluded and was one of the first settled in our county. Our farmhouse was built in 1840! There's a small cemetery on the property with tombstones from the civil war era, hiking trails where you can find treasures from the past, birds and wildlife galore.

Big plans and adventures start here! Lives have literally been changed from staying on our property. Come, dream, plan and start your future from the deck of your tent in our back field where you'll be afforded plenty of privacy.

We welcome all people of all races, cultures, gender identities and sexual orientation. We do not tolerate racism or bigotry on our property.

We can give you all sorts of tips about our favorite nearby outdoor, art or food attractions! Also great spots for fishing, hunting or kayaking!

We are:
3/4 mile to a Susquehanna River boat launch
12 miles to a Delaware River boat launch
15 miles to Binghamton and Binghamton University Campus
5 miles to Animal Adventure with the famous giraffes!
5 miles to Nathanial Cole Park
a few hours to New York City

We are hoping to keep our base rate low for more people to be able to enjoy our property. If you want the total glamping experience, just add extras!

Amenities included:
- a recently added full sized gas grill with a side burner! (please turn off gas tank between uses)
- a recently added porta-john! It is emptied weekly and cleaned between all guests
- Outdoor shower (a 5 gallon pail of water with a battery pump)
- Outdoor "kitchenette"/handwashing station
- fire ring with grate
- Weber charcoal grill (bring your own charcoal or pre-order from us)
- a small cooler for your use
- air mattresses blown up before you arrive
- 4 really nice lawn lounge chairs
- shade umbrellas
- 4 nice outside chairs
- 2 nice inside chairs
- nice solar lighting (in case you're afraid of the dark, like me!)
- one rack of firewood - kindling included

Please note that many of the activities listed are nearby activities, not on site. Tentrr doesn't give us the option to click "nearby" vs "onsite". Message and ask if you want to know which!

• Please note! It's getting VERY cold at night. We have a small gas space heater in the tent, but it will not maintain a warm temperature in the tent because - it's a tent! haha. Please be prepared with very warm clothes, sleeping bags and extra blankets. Our linen package includes sheets, a blanket, a quilt and one extra blanket, but honestly, you might want to bring sleeping bags and/or extra blankets during the cold months.


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