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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 11-21-2019, 06:09 PM Thread Starter
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Those of you who own a Camp in NY

But live in PA. What are the pluses and minuses? I'm considering a camp in NY but haven't thought through it really

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all year round home away from home. +

all ways work/upkeep to do -

taxs can be $$ as can not use homestead to cut them down. -
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just a suggestion , buy a camp near the border and buy a license for NY and commute back and forth. that what a neighboring camp does. if that is what you`re considering. good luck on your decision
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Yeah I've thought about the border thing too

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from what I read real estate taxes are higher in New York state compared to Pa taxes
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from what I read real estate taxes are higher in New York state compared to Pa taxes
That's not necessarily so. Just like everywhere it depends on the property and where in the state it's located.

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thanks DIYASUB for the correction
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No problem. One other thing to keep in mind is that for the purposes of setting seasons and hunting deer NY is divided into it's Northern ans Southern tiers. If you want to shoot deer the Southern tier is your best bet. We have deer in the Northern tier but they're few and far between up in the big woods. As a matter of fact, there are no doe permits issued for the rifle deer season in the Northern tier and the rifle season is six weeks long.

https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/28605.html

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deer cannot be brought over the state line from ny to pa.
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deer cannot be brought over the state line from ny to pa.
Really? Why?

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