Was looking for a place to camp out for a night not too far out, but still far enough to feel embedded within the woods. Hiked around for a bit before we found a nice place to set up camp only about a mile or so away from where we parked our cars. A great place to go if you're looking for an easy camp.
Finger Lakes National Forest. Easy- Moderate hike. Starts out grassy leading into the forest and along the gorge/ creek. Rocky at points- if its a wet day you are sure to see lots of Red Newts so watch your step on the trail. It's a very beautiful and peaceful walk.
My group and I stayed at a place along the trail that had a very stable shelter with fire pits. The clearing was very nice, and the view from the camp site was amazing. We had a great time in complete isolation. This is a good place to go camping if you like solitude and peacefulness.
This looks like its part of the 12 mi Interloken trail. Its the Finger Lakes National Forest and part of the Finger Lakes Trail. It's a beautiful and varied trail. There are many ponds (I see at least a couple of pictures of Teeter Pond), pastures, woods with thick canopy, old roads that haven't been roads in years, and more. I've been there in Summer and Autumn. Highly recommended.