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Hessian Hill Farm

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Hessian Hill Camping is where the forest meets the field. Campsite between Albany and Cooperstown! Explore 300 acres of forest and farmland or just relax in a secluded campsite. Located between Albany and Cooperstown, Hessian Hill camping offers the opportunity to experience a working livestock…

Site Types

  • Tent Cabin

Features

For Campers

  • Pets

Access

  • Walk In
    Park in a lot, walk to your campsite

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Location

Hessian Hill Farm is located in New York

Coordinates

42.64423671 N
74.25545581 W

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About This Campground

Hessian Hill Camping is where the forest meets the field. Campsite between Albany and Cooperstown! Explore 300 acres of forest and farmland or just relax in a secluded campsite. Located between Albany and Cooperstown, Hessian Hill camping offers the opportunity to experience a working livestock farm, and take a leisurely walk on a country road. If you bring your dog and want to spend the day exploring other local attractions, we have on- site boarding for your canine companion.

Breweries, wineries and shopping are just minutes away. The town of Schoharie is only 10 minutes from the site. You will also find plenty of restaurants, hiking trails, and other activities within a 15 minute drive in the town of Middleburgh. Vroman's Nose Hiking Trail in Middleburgh has great scenic views of the valley and Catskills.

There is a lot to experience here at Hessian Hill, so feel free to ask us about our seasonal farm chores and animal interaction. Also visit our website for other Hessian Hill Farm activities throughout the year. While enjoying our farm, watch for electric fences that keep both you and our animals safe. While around the barns and farm store, please keep your dogs on leash, but they are welcome to run free while in the woods and fields.

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