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Blueberry Patch Campground is a small, semi-primitive campground located along Picnic Area Road (County Route 2), next to the large blueberry patch it received its name from. This is a popular spot to gather berries when they are in season. The berry patch features the high bush as well as low bush blueberries. The campground gate is open from May – October 31st. From late fall to early spring you may walk in and camp, but there is no water available. Sites are available on a first come-first served basis, with a $5 per site per night camping fee.

Directions: From the South, take State Route 17 (I-86 in some areas) to exit 52 (Watkins Glen exit/State Route 14 North). In Watkins Glen, turn right on State Route 414 North. At the Fourth St. intersection go approximately 9 miles north, past the Hector Ranger Station of the Finger Lakes National Forest on the right. Continue for ½ mile and turn onto County Route 2, which is the next asphalt road. Travel for 4.0 miles east. Blueberry Patch Campground is on the right. From the North, take I-90 to exit 41 (414 south to Hector, NY) the second asphalt road on the left, ½ mile past Wickham’s Plaza is County Route 2, turn left and go 4.0 miles east. Blueberry Patch Campground is on the right.

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Finger Lakes National Forest, New York

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