Camp Along The Delaware River in Pond Eddy

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Riverside camping, canoeing and kayaking, views, no cell service...the perfect weekend getaway.

Located 1 hour and 45 minutes from NYC sits the small town of Pond Eddy, NY. A perfect area for those looking to unplug for a weekend, hang out on the river, and enjoy some great views. Spend the day floating down the Delaware River in a canoe, kayak, or inner tube. Then watch the sunset on the river bank while you cook up some dinner. The other unique thing about Pond Eddy is that it has Tentrr campsites. For those of you looking for a romantic glamping experience with your significant other, Tentrr should be the first place you look. The sites are situated on private land...meaning the only neighbors you will have are the surrounding wildlife. So grab a group of friends and head up for a weekend of fun you're sure to remember.

Suggested Campgrounds:

Jerry's Three River Campgrounds

Indian Head Campgrounds (Barryville, NY: just north of Pond Eddy)

Tentrr: Rivers Edge

Pack List

* Tent or Tentrr

* Sleeping Bag

* Sleeping Pad

* Food and Drink

* Swimwear 

* Camera

* Fishing Rod

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Activities Canoeing, Chillin, Camping, Fishing, Kayaking, Yoga, Swimming, Hiking
Skill Level Beginner
Season Spring, Summer, Autumn
Family Friendly

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