Revel, Rest, and Recharge in this private campsite in the Catskills Welcome to Snarl Belly Farm & Camp! Enjoy peace and quiet in the great outdoors as you camp on 52 acres of organic hay fields in the Catskill Mountains. Take a hike along the mowed pathways and experience scenic views and mountain vistas. Western-facing campsite provides amazing sunsets followed by star-filled skies. Your campsite is located in an open, private meadow that is lined with trees and old stone walls. Total privacy and seclusion are yours as there are no homes or buildings on the property. Property is surrounded by woodlands and farmland. Owner lives 5 minutes down the road and is available to you as needed. If needed, you can connect to the outside world as the property receives 4 and 5-bar cell phone service. An easy drive to Cooperstown (Baseball Hall of Fame, Farmers Museum, Hyde Hall, Fenimore Art Museum, Brewery Ommegang, Dreams Park Baseball Camp), Oneonta (Brooks House of BBQ, Cooperstown All-Stars Baseball Camp, SUNY Oneonta, Hartwick College, Hager Museum, Antiques Shops), Delhi (SUNY Delhi, Delaware County Historical Society, Fitch Covered Bridge, Antiques Shops), Bloomville (Catskill Scenic Trail), Hobart (Book Village, Antiques Shops), and Andes (Wayside Cider Tap Room, Andes Rail Trail.) My site has the basic Tentrr setup. You will need to bring your own linens, cooking supplies, firewood (or purchase locally.) I recommend that you bring a warm blanket and sweatshirt as you enjoy the crisp mountain air in the evening. There are two lanterns in the tent for your convenience - please bring 4 AA batteries for each if you wish to use them. I look forward to hosting you on your next stay. Drive slowly on the farm road. This is a rural property. You may encounter deer, turkey, fox, squirrels, chipmunks, mink, porcupine, and other wild animals. Do not approach them. Beware of any holes and rocks on the property. This property has been a farm for more than a century so there may be old barbed wire remaining along the hayfields. Depending on the time of the year, haying operations may be in progress. Do not play on farm equipment or hay bales. NO SMOKING INSIDE THE TENT.