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About E and L Farms

Beautiful wooded campsite at foothills of the Shawangunk mountains, just 1.5 hours from NYC Beautiful secluded wooded campsite on beautiful farmland. Within minutes of town where there are lots of groceries, shops, restaurants, farmer's markets on the weekends. A short 10-20 minute drive will get you to three wineries, Angry Orchard (where they make hard cider), and the Ellenville Fault Ice Caves - the largest open fault in the US! Amazing hiking trails are only 20 minutes away at either Mohonk Preserve or Minnewaska State Park Preserve. Check out the concert schedule at nearby Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, 45 minutes from the campsite, or do some gambling at Resorts World Casino in Monticello 30 minutes away. While you're at the site, make sure to keep an eye on the skies - Pine Bush is considered the UFO capital of the world!

We have our fair share of insects (it is the country after all!), so you should bring insect repellent, as well as sleeping bags or sheets and blankets and pillows. We provide solar lights, lanterns, firewood and fire starters, as well as extra chairs. You can bring your dog but should keep close watch and pick up after him or her - respect our beautiful property, please. One night stays will be considered on case by case basis depending on preexisting reservations - don't hesitate to ask. Please inquire if you are looking for accommodations for a larger group! We have a sister site on the same property, but still private, that would be great to rent at the same time if you're looking for two platform tents. When traveling to the campsite, please use the map that Tentrr provides - if you plug the address into your own GPS it will not take you to the correct location!

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E and L Farms is located in New York
41.7127 N
-74.0059 W
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