tucked away on a meadow This cozy campsite is tucked away on a hidden meadow, surrounded by environmentally protected land. A hiking trail begins directly on the property and leads through miles of DEP forests and meadows. Other terrific hiking opportunities are minutes away from the campsite. Andes alone has three high-quality trails. The Tremperskill Country convenience store, is an 8-minute drive away, with homemade sandwiches, baking, fishing supplies, gas, and beer. The central village of Andes is just a 15-minute drive away. Margaretville is 25 minutes to the east on Route 30, providing a supermarket ( fresh town ) and liquor stores. The campsite is 2.45 hours from the GWB. Sorry, we don't have the row boat anymore but there is kayak rental close by. Please bring your own sheets ( queen ) pillow cases, ( 2 standard pillows are provided ) and sleeping bags. There is firewood for you to use but you have to collect it yourself, we have some cut wood right in front of the container where you park, you can load some logs in the wheel barrel, but any additional wood you have to collect yourself. There is a saw in the tent which you are welcome to use to cut any downed wood lying on the ground. A big wind storm knocked down many branches last year. If you want to use the tentrr plastic liner system, you would need to take the toilet bags with you when you leave, there is an extra garbage can behind the toilet tent for this disposal, but we recommend using our saw dust toilet system, it's way more environmental friendly and you don't have to take it with you. How to use the sawdust toilet : We have sawdust available in a container next to the toilet. You sprinkle a coat of sawdust onto your excrements until it's covered, it won't smell ! When the bucket is full, you dump the content onto the compost station ( between 2 trees, on your way down from the container to the tent site ) Place some hay on top of everything. A water bucket and cleaning brush is available to rinse the toilet bucket.