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10 Beautiful Private Campsites in New York

Enjoy comfortable camping in New York's most relaxing locations.

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Finding a quiet place to reconnect with nature can be tough if you live in any major metropolitan area, and it can be nearly impossible if you live in New York City. Luckily, the good people over at Tentrr have created a simple solution for anyone looking for an easy, stress-free escape into nature. 

Tentrr connects you with private landowners who want to share their beautiful space with you. These fully-rigged campsites are private, super comfortable, and make a weekend camping adventure dead simple. Check out some of the best Tentrr campsites in New York and start planning your New York camping trip now!

"Camp in the mountains overlooking the historic village of Meridale on an active livestock farm. We offer fully outfitted camping sites and bring your own tent sites are available. This site is great for couples, families, and even your dogs." Learn more.

"Enjoy the deafening silence in the back meadows of our farm, all the while knowing you are just 1 ½ hours from downtown Manhattan. Our location boasts a gourmet restaurant in Downtown Westtown, pizza place, deli and general store all within a few minutes." Learn more.

This mountain hideaway is on the property of the former Catskill Game Farm, a world famous zoo which closed in 2006. The tent location is tucked into hundreds of acres of uninhabited land giving you the perfect getaway on a truly unique property." Learn more.

"Nestled in the breathtaking beauty of the Catskills, Plattekill Mountain offers scenic views and privacy for the ultimate outdoor experience. Enjoy your home-away-from-home as you take in majestic mountain views overlooking a scenic pond." Learn more.

"The site lies on a secluded old meadow on a working farm set in the hidden gem Burnt-Rossman Hills State Forest. Hiking trails are accessible from the property, and, for fishers, the Betty Brook at the bottom of the hill is a state recognized trout breeding stream." Learn more.

"The four-acre campsite is mostly cleared, with a small pine grove and scattered sugar maples and black cherry trees. Wild strawberries and wildflowers are everywhere and there is a large, crystal-clear swimming pond, with a mermaid rock off to one side and a wild raspberry-laden island on the other." Learn more.

"Dramatic creekside paradise on the freshly-mowed banks of crystal-clear Sands Creek featuring rock-ledged swimming holes. A steep mountain and soaring pine trees are the dramatic backdrops for your campsite located on this 120-acre haven." Learn more.

"When your life has been noisy, relax at BrookSide, where doing nothing is always doing something. Fall asleep and wake up to Chamberlain Brook rippling across the stones, just below your campsite." Learn more.

"Enjoy camping in the mountains overlooking the historic village of Meridale on an active livestock farm. Our camping sites are fully outfitted and great for couples, families, and even your dogs. Bring-your-own tent sites are available as well." Learn more.

"MorningRise is located in the pristine Cannonsville Reservoir area near the Villages of Hancock, Walton, and Deposit in The Great Western Catskills. We welcome you with cookies and biscotti, and if you bring your 4-legged friends, we provide biscuits for them, too." Learn more.



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