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Our campground enjoys the scenic beauty of Upstate NY's Catskills and Hudson Valley areas with the accessibility to major attractions in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.

Hunting in New York 2020
Hunting in New York 2020

Hunting is among the most popular forms of wildlife recreation in New York State. Nearly 700,000 New Yorkers and over 50,000 nonresidents hunt in the Empire State. New York offers many exciting opportunities to hunt a large variety of wildlife, including big game, small game, game birds and furbearers.
Find your next adventure using DECinfo Locator - an interactive map featuring wildlife management areas, WMU boundaries, parking areas, trail heads, and other information to help plan an excursion on state-managed lands.

All season dates on this page are effective for the current license year, which runs from September 1 to August 31. New season dates are posted in late summer, or you can visit Future Big Game Hunting Seasons to determine future dates for big game.


Hunting Season in New York summary PDF
https://www.dec.ny.gov/docs/wildlife_pdf/huntsummary2020.pdfMore about Hunting:

  • Hunting & Trapping Regulations Guide - New York State Hunting & Trapping Guide.
  • Hunting Seasons - Links to hunting season information for big and small game species.
  • Hunting Regulations - Regulations applying to all hunting in New York State; regulations for specific game species are found under Small Game, Furbearers, Big Game, Migratory Game Bird and Trapping
  • Hunter Education Program - All first-time hunters, bowhunters and trappers must pass one or more courses before they can get a license in New York State. The NY Hunter Education courses are free of charge. Trained instructors certified by DEC teach safe and responsible outdoors practices, and the important role of hunters in conservation.
  • Places to Hunt in New York - Places to Hunt
  • Game Harvest Reporting - If you take a deer, bear, or turkey, you are required by law to report your take via the DECALS system.
  • Deer and Bear Hunting - Links to information about hunting for deer and bear in New York State
  • Turkey Hunting - Turkey hunting opportunities, safety, and regulations
  • Small Game Hunting - A synopsis of New York State regulations for hunting small game and furbearers
  • Migratory Game Bird Hunting - A summary of State and Federal rules that apply to the taking, possession, shipping, transporting and storing of migratory waterfowl
  • Furbearer Hunting - General information for hunting furbearers including red and gray fox, coyote, bobcat, raccoon, skunk, mink, weasel, and opossum.
  • Opportunities for Junior Hunters & Trappers - Special seasons and programs for junior hunters (ages 12-15) and trappers (under 12 years old)
  • Hunting & Trapping Photo Gallery - DEC has created a photo gallery for junior hunters (ages 12-15), young trappers (under age 16), and hunters who have harvested their first big or small game animal.

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Fishing In New York
Fishing In New York

Our guests are invited to fish our private access areas on the Neversink River. 

Trout Fishing - Trout season in NY opens April 1, 2020.
Shad Fishing - The Delaware River shad run varies but the fish are usually running strong in early April in waters north of Milford Pennsylvania.

108 Guymard Turnpike

Cuddebackville, NY 12729

845-754-8388

Nature Conservancy's Neversink River Preserve
Nature Conservancy's Neversink River Preserve

Godeffroy, NY - 550 acres of color-coded hiking trails. Within walking distance from KOA (0.3 miles!).

From their website:
"Just two hours from New York City, the Neversink River is a pristine ecological jewel — 60 miles of rushing waters brimming with an outstanding array of life. Theodore Gordon, considered the father of modern American fly fishing, perfected his dry-fly techniques here in the 1800s.

Along this spectacular river lies the Neversink River Preserve which includes one of the most outstanding examples of a large intact floodplain forest in New York. Floodplain forests provide important wildlife habitat and allow for species movement which is especially important in the face of climate change. Floodplains can absorb flood waters and reduce the severity of floods, filter water pollution and reduce stormwater runoff. "

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Neversink Valley Museum (1.3 miles)
Neversink Valley Museum (1.3 miles)

This museum is listed on the National Register of Historic Sites, exhibits/educational activities for all ages.

From their website:
"The Neversink Valley Museum is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and documenting the history of the people and industries associated with the Neversink area during the 19th and early 20th centuries. The site, comprised of canal-era buildings, has been designated a National Historic Landmark and is located along the banks of the Neversink River within Orange County's D&H Canal Park.

Throughout the year the museum offers visitors tours and exhibits, as well as special events, educational programs, film screenings, a lecture series and concerts. Admission to the museum is $3.00 for adults, $1.50 for children and free for members."

26 Hoag Rd.

Cuddebackville, NY 12729

845-754-8870

D&H Canal (2 miles)
D&H Canal (2 miles)

Honesdale, PA to Kingston, NY - National Historic Landmark, 108 mile lock waterway.

A National Historic Landmark which features scenic trails along the D&H Canal towpath, picnicking areas and historic canal sites.

Amenities:
Fishing, Picnic Shelter, Picnic Tables, Benches, Playground, Trails, Visitors Center, Neversink Valley Museum and Parking.

58 Hoag Road

Cuddebackville, NY 12729

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Oakland Valley Race Park (2.5 miles)
Oakland Valley Race Park (2.5 miles)

Cuddebackville, NY - Go-cart racing, racing school.

From their website:
"OVRP offers a world class .75 mile asphalt sprint road course and Supermoto track with dedicated dirt section, with paved trailer parking, cafe, service & retail shop–and it's all only 2 hours from NYC." 

Check their website for the latest in opening information.

305 Oakland Valley Road

Cuddebackville, NY 12729

845-754-8500

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Hariett E Space Recreation Field (2.9 Miles)
Hariett E Space Recreation Field (2.9 Miles)

A local sports complex with fields for: baseball, soccer, football.

A large playground is also on site.

390 US-209

Huguenot, NY 12746

Wallkill Valley Loop Hiking (3 miles)
Wallkill Valley Loop Hiking (3 miles)

Wallkill Valley Loop: Throughout Orange County 117-mile hiking route that circles the Wallkill River Valley. The trail explores the region by connecting portions of 4 existing long-distance paths: Appalachian Trail, Shawangunk Ridge Trail, Long Path, and Highlands Trail.

State: NY
Overview:  The Wallkill Valley Loop (WVL) is a 117 mile long hiking route that circles the Wallkill River valley using the existing trail right-of-ways of four different long distance hiking trails. This is a virtual route; there are no signs along the way that indicate you are following the WVL.
The Wallkill Valley Loop (WVL) is a 117 -mile long hiking route that circles the Wallkill River valley using the existing trail right-of-ways of four different long distance hiking trails. This is a virtual route; there are no signs along the way that indicate you are following the WVL. Instead, the guide linked on this page provides details on how to follow the route. The purpose of this route is not to create a new trail: it is to provide an easy way to see what is already out there! In this vein, there is also a how-to guide for preparing for the trip and hiking the Loop for people who are new to the world of long-distance backpacking.

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Neversink River Unique Area (7 Miles)
Neversink River Unique Area (7 Miles)

Open for recreation: Daily, one-half hour before sunrise until one-half hour after sunset
Fee: FreeThe 6,580-acre Neversink Unique Area features a spectacular gorge and two major waterfalls, Denton Falls and High Falls. The Nature Conservancy designated the Neversink River as one of the 75 "Last Great Places" throughout the United States, Latin America and the Pacific. This unique area is a great destination for hiking and fishing.Featured Activities: Hiking, Paddling, Fishing, Hunting, Wildlife to Watch, Accessible Features

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Park Avenue Observatory (7 miles)
Park Avenue Observatory (7 miles)

Park Avenue Observatory - During the depression in the 1930's, President Franklin D. Roosevelt set up programs to provide work for the huge group of unemployed. In 1933 & 1934, through the WPA project, Port Jervis received a new scenic approach - Park Avenue and the observatory.

Park Ave

Port Jervis, NY 12771

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FREEDOM HILL FARM (7 Miles)
FREEDOM HILL FARM (7 Miles)

From their website: "Freedom Hill Farm is a successful farm that is open to the public for tours, social visits, and shopping for farm-fresh local products from our farm and other local producers. Rick and Julie enjoy welcoming neighbors and visitors to see the farm, make friends and ask questions- they are more than happy to share information about farming and their Christian testimony and love for Jesus with anyone who inquires. The farm is open to visitors every day of the week during the evening milking from 3:30-5:30 pm!"

115 Grange Road

Otisville, NY 10963

845-386-5798

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Fort Decker (8 miles)
Fort Decker (8 miles)

Port Jervis, NY - Built in 1793, Minisink Valley Historical Society Programs.

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Huckleberry Ridge State Forest (8 Miles)
Huckleberry Ridge State Forest (8 Miles)

Huckleberry Ridge State Forest is located in the southernmost section of the Shawangunk Ridge in New York State, near the New Jersey-Pennsylvania border.

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Laurel Grove Cemetery / Tri-State Rock (8 miles)
Laurel Grove Cemetery / Tri-State Rock (8 miles)

Orange County  Haunted History

"Stroll the carriage road to Tri-State Rock where three states come together and two rivers converge. Try to ignore the unexplained crashing sounds and the woman dressed in a flowing white gown who suddenly appears from behind a mausoleum. Even the local constabulary can't explain the odd goings-on at this hallowed place."

E Main St

Port Jervis, NY 12771

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Silver Canoe and Raft Rentals (8.5 miles)
Silver Canoe and Raft Rentals (8.5 miles)

Port Jervis, NY - Day/overnight white water trips, paddle sport outfitter and guide.

37 South Maple Avenue

Port Jervis, NY 12771

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Bashakill Wildlife Management Area (9 miles)
Bashakill Wildlife Management Area (9 miles)

Open for Recreation: Year-round
Fee: Free

Activities: Hiking, Hunting, Wildlife Watching, Fishing, Accessible Features

From their website: The primary purposes of Bashakill Wildlife Management Area (WMA) are for wildlife management, wildlife habitat management, and wildlife-dependent recreation. This 3,107-acre WMA contains the largest freshwater wetland in southeastern New York, and is a state designated Bird Conservation Area. Its 1,920-acre wetland is a birdwatcher's dream, drawing birders during the spring warbler migration and spring and fall waterfowl migrations due to the influx of interesting birds. Both bald eagles and osprey are commonly seen from the many easy access points. The forested uplands that surround the wetland provide a peaceful setting where one can enjoy a quiet walk in the woods. There is a substantial chestnut oak forest as well as ponds, fields, marshes, and swamps.

194 Haven Rd

Wurtsboro, NY 12790

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Elks Brox Memorial Park (9 miles)
Elks Brox Memorial Park (9 miles)

Port Jervis, NY - Magnificent views, hiking, picnic and BBQ areas, mountain biking, great views of Neversink and Delaware Rivers.

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Hawks Nest (10 miles)
Hawks Nest (10 miles)

New York State Route 97 Scenic - a 70.53-mile-long (113.51 km) north–south scenic route in southern New York in the United States. It runs from U.S. Route 6 (US 6) and US 209 in Port Jervis to NY 17 (Future Interstate 86) in Hancock. Its most famous feature is the Hawk's Nest, a tightly winding section of the road along the Delaware River, located a few miles north of Port Jervis.

546 NY-97

Sparrow Bush, NY 12780

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High Point State Park (10 Miles)
High Point State Park (10 Miles)

From their website: The view from High Point Monument, at 1,803 feet above sea level, is a spectacular panorama of rich farmland and forest, soft hills and lush valleys in three states. The blue line of the Delaware River divides the verdant ridges of New Jersey from those of Pennsylvania. High Point offers superb trails for hikers and skiers and quiet spots for campers and anglers.

Keep Your Park Clean
Through the Carry-In/Carry-Out Program you can help us keep the parks clean and beautiful by carrying out the trash you carry in. Please bring a biodegradable bag with you when visiting to take your trash home. Thank you for your cooperation and remember to recycle.

Access for Persons with Disabilities
High Point State Park facilities are partially accessible for persons with disabilities.

Fees: Entrance fees are charged per vehicle from Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day.

Park Hours: Open daily 
2nd Sunday in March through October 31:  8:00 am to 8:00 pm*
November 1 through 2nd Saturday in March: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm
*Please note that during the month of March if the Cross Country Ski Center is in operation the park will close at 4:30 pm

https://www.state.nj.us/dep/parksandforests/parks/highpoint.html

1480 Rt. 23

Sussex, NJ 07461

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Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River (10 Miles)
Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River (10 Miles)

Tranquility and Excitement: Canoe through rapids and quiet pools as the Delaware River winds its way through a valley of swiftly changing scenery or fish amid rolling hills and riverfront villages in one of the finest fishing rivers in the northeastern United States. The clean water of the Delaware, the last major undammed river in the eastern United States, supports a healthy ecosystem and offers tranquility and excitement.

Park map: https://www.nps.gov/upde/planyourvisit/maps.htm

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Riverside RC Raceway (10.5 Miles)
Riverside RC Raceway (10.5 Miles)

Riverside RC Raceway in a portion of Airport Park in Matamoras PA that is designated for RC racing.

Airport Park, 701 Avenue Q

Matamoras, PA 18336

Enchanted Balloon Rides (11 miles)
Enchanted Balloon Rides (11 miles)

Slate Hill, NY - Scenic rides over the Hudson Valley, reservations required.

Mongaup Valley Wildlife Management Area (12 Miles)
Mongaup Valley Wildlife Management Area (12 Miles)

Open for Recreation: Year-round
Fee: Free

The primary purposes of Mongaup Valley Wildlife Management Area (WMA) are for wildlife management, wildlife habitat management, and wildlife-dependent recreation. Our national symbol, the bald eagle, is the star of this wilderness about 75 miles northwest of New York City. This WMA contains 6,313 acres of land owned by the State of New York and 5,542 acres of land on which the State owns conservation easements. Mongaup has been designated a Bird Conservation Area because of its unique combination of habitats important to bird species, including forests, reservoirs and river habitat, where the majestic birds nest and overwinter.

Featured Activities: Hiking, Hunting, Fishing, Watchable Wildlife, Boat Launch, Accessible FeaturesWatchable Wildlife

General information on animals includes links to information about birds, mammals, fish, reptiles, amphibians, and insects that inhabit or migrate through the state.

Eagle-viewing blinds are located on Mongaup Falls Reservoir and Rio Reservoir, allowing visitors to watch the eagles without disturbing them. Winter is the best time to watch. Wintering eagles arrive in December with concentrations peaking in January and February. Eagles are most active between 7am to 9am and 4 pm to 5 pm. Scan the tree-tops for eagles perched there or watch the sky. Eagles like heavily wooded areas near water with tall trees for nesting and perching. They eat a large quantity of fish, so check ice flows or river islands for eagles enjoying a meal. Visit the Bald Eagle Viewing page for more helpful tips.

Waterbodies and wetlands add to the diversity of Mongaup's landscape and wildlife. Rare floodplain forest, perched bog, and pitch-pine and oak-hickory woodland habitats are also found at Mongaup, attracting wetland birds and species that prefer sedge meadows. Use the Wildlife Management Area Mammal Checklist (PDF) and the Wildlife Management Area Bird Checklist (PDF) as wildlife viewing guides.

Wildlife to Watch
Migrating raptors--bald eagles, goshawks, turkey vultures, red-tailed, red-shouldered and sparrow hawks
Great-horned, barn, barred and screech owls
Woodcocks, redhead, ring-necked and canvasback ducks
White-tailed deer, black bears, porcupines, gray and red foxes, otters, beavers, coyotes
Spotted salamanders

Where to Watch
Two eagle-viewing blinds
Forested hills, floodplain forest, perched bog
Pitch pine-oak-heath woodland

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Soons Orchard: U Pick and Farmers Market (13 miles)
Soons Orchard: U Pick and Farmers Market (13 miles)

Pick Your Own: Peaches, Apples, and Pumpkins 

Plus - cider tasting room, store, tours, and farm to table dining!

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Forestburgh Playhouse (13 miles)
Forestburgh Playhouse (13 miles)

From their website:
Founded in 1947, the Forestburgh Playhouse is the oldest continuously operating professional summer theatre in New York State. The Playhouse offers a summer season of performances from mid-June through Labor Day, offering Broadway musicals and plays on the main stage, a youth theatre production performed at 11 AM on Thursdays and Saturdays, and musical cabaret performances... presented with dinner in the adjoining Forestburgh Tavern during the week and a late-nite cabaret Fridays and Saturdays after every evening performance.

In addition, the Playhouse presents a Spring Series and Fall Series of entertainment events in the Forestburgh Tavern featuring local musicians, cabaret acts, comedy, and community events as well.  

All year long, the Forestburgh Playhouse Arts Academy offers a variety of performing arts education workshops and classes for local youth interested in the theatre.  

Under an agreement with the Actors' Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers, the Playhouse employs professional actors, often with Broadway or other major credits, as well as a company of non-union professionals who earn credit toward their own eventual membership in the Actors' Equity Association.

39 FORESTBURGH ROAD

FORESTBURGH, NY 12777

845-794-1194

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McDade Trail (15 Miles)
McDade Trail (15 Miles)

The McDade Recreational Trail extends most the length of the Delaware Water Gap National park and provides views of the river, charming streams, open farm fields, forests, and historic landscapes. The trail offers hikers, bikers, and cross-country skiers areas of varied difficulty, from easy to strenuous. With trailheads distributed between ½ and 5 miles apart, this trail offers a section for just about any visitor. Additionally, most trailheads are along the park's free bus route that operates summer weekends.

150 Milford Beach Rd

Milford, PA 18337

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Swinging Bridge Reservoir (15 miles)
Swinging Bridge Reservoir (15 miles)

Swinging Bridge Reservoir is a great place for a weekend getaway. Bring the family and camp out at the parks campground. Boat rentals and a marina are also available to the public. Swinging Bridge Reservoir also offers great fishing.Physical Features:Elevation: 1,069 feet
Area: 889 acres
Shoreline Length: 17.6 miles
Max Depth: 120 feet
Mean Depth: 38 feetAccess: Boat access provided by Alliance Energy. Concrete boat ramp located on the east shore off of Starlight Rd. Parking for 30 vehicles. Free to public with no restrictions on boat type.

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Galleria Mall at Crystal Run (16 Miles)
Galleria Mall at Crystal Run (16 Miles)

You'll find over 100 tenants at the Galleria at Crystal Run, allowing you to spend hours shopping for your favorite brands at stores like Macy's, JCPenney, Target, H&M, Victoria's Secret, LOFT, Torrid, Jimmy Jazz, and more all alongside local businesses!

Galleria at Crystal Run, 1 Galleria Dr,

Middletown, NY 10941

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Hang Gliding and Flying (16 miles)
Hang Gliding and Flying (16 miles)

View Orange County from the skies! Hang gliding and airplane rides.

100 Airport Road

Middletown, NY 10958

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Legoland New York (19 Miles)
Legoland New York (19 Miles)

Legoland New York - Opening 2021

LEGOLAND® New York Resort, 420 Harriman Dr

Goshen, NY 10924

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Cornelia & Florence Bridge Nature Preserve (19.7 Miles)
Cornelia & Florence Bridge Nature Preserve (19.7 Miles)

Beautiful walking trails with a pavilion on the top. 

From their website: 

Cornelia & Florence Bridge Preserve:
Before his recent death, Township native, Charles Bridge donated his family's 300 acre property to Dingman Township. Charlie had two specific visions for the property - to honor his late wife's and mother's dream of preserving the property and to honor their wish that the land be accessible for public enjoyment.  He also requested that the Park be named the Cornelia and Florence Bridge Preserve in their honor.

983 Twin Lakes Rd

Milford, PA 18337

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DRIVE THRU ANIMAL SANCTUARY (20 miles)
DRIVE THRU ANIMAL SANCTUARY (20 miles)

Blue Arrow FarmDrive-Thru Fun, weather permitting. Don't worry kids.. All our animals are friendly. Even the life-size dinosaurs won't hurt you!$20 per car. Go around as many times a you like. Great family fun! Safe, Stay in your car, no contact. Bring baby carrots to throw to the animals. Don't forget to pick up some Blue Arrow Farm Honey & Coffee.

From their website:

"We are a very unique, multi-purpose farm and entertainment facility.


We also host weddings, birthday and private parties, music events, charitable functions, corporate meetings, retreats, annual holiday parties, etc. Stay up-to-date with all the cool events happening at the Blue Arrow Farm."

86 Glenwood Rd.

Pine Island, NY 10969

973-670-9373

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Raymondskill Falls (21 Miles)
Raymondskill Falls (21 Miles)

Raymondskill Creek Trail

Raymondskill Falls along the Raymondskill Creek Trail
Length: 0.3 mile, one-way
Difficulty: Easy-moderate
Elevation Change: 178 feet

Restrictions: Swimming and wading are not permitted within 50 feet upstream of waterfalls or in the waterfalls themselves

The three-tiered Raymondskill Falls is the tallest waterfall in Pennsylvania. If you add the drops from each tier together, the waterfall is only a few feet shorter than Niagara Falls. The trail is short but it is fairly steep and uneven. The upper viewing area provides a view of the upper pool and the top of one of the drops. The lower viewing area provides a great photo opportunity of the falls. A spur off the main trails provides a quarter-mile, one-way walk to Raymondskill Creek (this trail does not lead to the bottom of the falls).

Other Information: restroom located at trailhead

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UFO Capital of the East Coast (24 miles)
UFO Capital of the East Coast (24 miles)

Village of Pine Bush New York: As the UFO Capital of the East Coast, true believers have been flocking to this little village since the early 1960s. Strange lights are seen in the woods, and glowing circular objects hover above the town, only to quickly disappear. Serious visitors need only ask the locals for the latest sightings and where to see them year-round.

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Shohola Falls (24 Miles)
Shohola Falls (24 Miles)

Shohola Falls marks one end of Shohola Marsh Reservoir with the Shohola Marsh Waterfowl Area at the other end of the lake. 

Maps and descriptions are available of the PA website:
Shohola Lake is a 1,137-acre manmade lake located on Game Lands No. 180 in Shohola Township, Pike County. The Pennsylvania Game Commission created the lake in 1967 to enhance waterfowl production in the area. It is a long, narrow, shallow lake with a maximum depth of 8.2 feet and a mean depth of 4.9 feet. There are three boat launches on the lake, with motors restricted to electric motors only and boating allowed only on certain areas of the lake.

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Ellenville Fault Ice Caves (25 miles)
Ellenville Fault Ice Caves (25 miles)

These ice caves are part of Sam's Point Preserve in the Shawangunk Ridge which is the largest known exposed fault system in the United States. 

From their website: Know Before You Go - 
The ice caves are located in the Sam's Point area of Minnewaska State Park, between Ellenville and Newburgh, New York. A four-mile (round-trip) hike over well-maintained trails (mostly paved) is required to access the caves. A $10 per vehicle parking fee is charged. The Ice Caves Trail is closed between late fall and mid-spring, so check the website or call before visiting to confirm the ice caves will be open.

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Kittatinny Canoes (25.5 miles)
Kittatinny Canoes (25.5 miles)

Barryville, NY - Delaware River canoeing trips, no experience required.

Woodbury Commons Outlet Mall (26 miles)
Woodbury Commons Outlet Mall (26 miles)

Central Valley, NY - 220 Outlet Stores.

The Trapps in the Gunks - Rock Climbing New York (35 miles)
The Trapps in the Gunks - Rock Climbing New York (35 miles)

The Shawangunk Ridge rock climbing opportunities are some of the premier climbing opportunities in the country. The Gunks is famous for great one-to-three pitch climbs of all levels of difficulty.

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Catskill Mountains (36 miles)
Catskill Mountains (36 miles)

Hudson Valley, NY - 4000 sq. miles of mountains, rivers and forests.

Bethel Woods Center for the Arts (36 miles)
Bethel Woods Center for the Arts (36 miles)

Bethel, NY - A 15,000 seat outdoor performing arts venue and museum set on 2,000 acres of beautiful countryside.

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Bushkill Falls (40 miles)
Bushkill Falls (40 miles)

Bushkill, PA - "Niagara Falls of Pennsylvania", magnificent waterfalls.

Delaware River Water Gap and Parks (48 miles)
Delaware River Water Gap and Parks (48 miles)

New Jersey and Pennsylvania - National Recreation, Old Dutch and Native American archeological sites.

Wine, Farms, & Suds Tour (56 Miles Round Trip)
Wine, Farms, & Suds Tour (56 Miles Round Trip)

Take a tour of our local wineries, farms, orchards, and microbreweries! 

There is a lot to see along the way - so gas up the car or bike, click the Google Map link, and go exploring!

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Go West Scenic Drive (76 miles Round Trip)
Go West Scenic Drive (76 miles Round Trip)

We've created this scenic drive map to take you through 76 miles of our favorite breathtaking local scenery.

There are 8 scenic areas highlighted on this route but there is much more to see and do along the way.

Gas up the car or bike, click the Google Maps link, and go exploring!

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New York City (80 Miles)
New York City (80 Miles)

Accessible via train from Otisville or Port Jervis, local bus lines, or via car. New York City tourists will not be disappointed.

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