Hamilton County

Hamilton County, which is in Upstate New York, is an incredibly charming luxury camping destination for several reasons. Firstly, it is the least populated county in New York because the government has limited building restrictions to maintain its lush wilderness. Secondly, it was named after Alexander Hamilton, who signed the U.S. Constitution in the 18th century. Thirdly, it is situated within the Adirondack Park, where there is endless potential for outdoor adventure. With a truly scenic, natural, and inviting atmosphere, it is no wonder why glamping in Hamilton County is such a great idea. Guests can spend their luxury camping retreat hiking, cycling, and fishing while soaking in the beautiful surroundings of Hamilton County.