We offer camping on-site.
Bring your own tents, food, and supplies. We provide wood and water.
The golden rule that every camper must follow. Pack it in, pack it out. Also referred to as “leave it better than you found it,” this is the rule that ensures that camping remains sustainable and that campsites will remain clean enough to be enjoyed for years to come
Notes/ For Your Safety
Please let me know if you think I missed any safety concerns or warnings and I will add them to this list! Thank you 🙂
Bridge over canal
No walking, running, etc. on bridge over canal - it is not safe and could break.
Please be careful to pick up trash when leaving especially cigarette butts, empty bottles or cans, runaway napkins, plates, plastic bags etc. We do have a compost pit and if you are able to do that just let me know and I can show you where that is. Or just bag it up and I will take care of it.
Firewood is not free and unlimited
Please only use firewood we set up for you. You can buy extra firewood if you want it. $5 small stack $50 large stack. Just ask. Any dead branches or fallen trees you are welcome to burn in firepit!!! Feel free to forage in woods for fire wood.
Poison Ivy & Bugs
If hiking in the woods be careful not to touch poison ivy. It is a vine that grows up trees and around shrubs, 3 leaves and shiny. Also, check for ticks. We are in the North East of the United States and they are in the woods. If you are planning on hanging outside all day or night I recommend bringing bug/mosquito repellant. Just a precaution.
We have 2 cats, Dexter a Maine Coon and Tasha a siamese. They are both very friendly.