Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Water Unknown
About Fox Lair Campsites
Drive In
Walk In
Alcohol Allowed
No Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
No Sanitary Dump
No Sewer Hookups
No Water Hookups
No WiFi
Fox Lair Campsites is located in New York
43.5633 N
-74.1159 W
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1 Review of Fox Lair Campsites
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Multiple Roadside Campsites

The Fox Lair campsites are named for some abandoned facilities nearby, which I did not see but you can research how to visit them.

Rte 8 has plenty of campsites, but there is a concentration of several in this one area. There are a few obvious dirt road turn offs, and some not so obvious turnoffs, so keep your eyes open!

We visited a few sites, and most were small and/or trashy and/or taken. We managed to snag a spot at the very top of a wide open hill. There was a fire ring, and a wide open grassy hilltop. This is definitely the site to seek if you're a star gazer. There were many annoying black biting flies, but a little bugspray went a long way against them. The nearby creek was a 10 minute hike down a hillside, and across a wild, grassy field. There was a pit toilet house in between this site and the one next to it, but when you're at the campsite, you see only a small section of the road, no other campsites in view. 

The Siamese Ponds Wilderness trailhead is a 2 minutes drive north. I hiked round-trip to the Pond, almost 12 miles, making for a grueling all day-hike. The swim in the pond was worth it, an oasis after a wild trail. There are also a few primitive campsites along this trail.