Local Area Attractions Near Catskill Mountains/ Gilboa KOA Holiday
Discover a world of enchantment just beyond our campground. Explore the Catskill
Mountains; rich history at the Zadock Pratt Museum, or indulge your inner explorer with
a visit to the Gilboa Fossil Forest, a hidden gem dating back 380 million years. For the
thrill-seekers, our proximity to Windham and Hunter Mountain offers prime hiking. Don't
forget to take a scenic drive along Route 23A, known as the Mountain Top Arboretum.
Or visit any of the other fun attractions listed below.
Greene County Tourism
The Great Northern Catskills of Greene County is a peak destination for events—music & arts, food & culture, sporting & outdoors and local happenings. It all happens here, 12 months out of the year.
The Iroquois Museum is located on the ancestral lands of the Kanien'kehá?ka (Mohawk people). We honor all Haudenosaunee through our educational exhibitions, events and activities. We value their connection to this valley and offer our respect to all Haudenosaunee people of the past and present.
324 Caverns Road
Howes Cave, NY 12092
You can fish and boat on the reservoir but you must get an access permit from the DEP. https://www.nyc.gov/site/dep/recreation/recreation.page Our KOA is a boat steaming cleaning station for the reservoir.
Local Area Recreation Near Catskill Mountains/ Gilboa KOA Holiday
You can get your boat steam cleaned for a fee by us for use on the Gilboa Reservoir, or you as a camper can borrow on of ours at the reservoir. You do have to go on line and get a DEP access pass to be on the reservoir.
There are several different golf courses in the area. The two closest are Cobleskill Golf & Country Club and Stamford Golf Club
There are lots of state and county parks to go hiking at near the park. The closest is the Mine Kill State Park