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Situated on a mountain ridge in the heart of the northern Catskills, the Country Roads Campground is a pet-friendly RV park in New York State. It nestles in peaceful surrounds, far from the chaos of daily life, with picturesque views, refreshing breezes, and pure mountain air.
RV camping at Country Roads Campground includes access to 118 wooded, semi-wooded and grassy sites, with options for full hookups (20/30/50-amp electric service), partial hookups, and tent sites. There are picnic tables and fire rings scattered throughout the RV campground, and complimentary Wi-Fi is available at most sites.
Aside from its clean restrooms, hot showers, and laundromat, the campground also boasts a general store where you can pick up RV supplies and ice. There’s a recreation hall with satellite TV, a ping-pong table and a volleyball court, as well as a children’s playground, a swimming pool, and a jacuzzi.
Camp in an RV near Gilboa and make the short drive west to Mine Kill State Park, a 500-acre protected area on the banks of Schoharie Creek. It’s named after a creek that runs through a narrow gorge in the park, as well as the 80-foot-high Mine Kill Falls. It’s a popular destination for hiking, mountain biking, and cross-country skiing, as well as fishing for trout and walleye. You can take a dip in the park’s Olympic-sized swimming pool or play in the children’s playground, with picnic tables and charcoal grills that visitors are welcome to use.
A short drive south of the Country Roads Campground is the Hunter-West Kill Wilderness Area, which sprawls across 19,250 acres in the Catskill Forest Preserve. It encompasses five main peaks - West Kill, North Dome, Sherrill, Balsam, and Sheridan - with steep terrain that’s ideal for serious trekkers. Embark on the 25-mile Devil’s Path, which extends from the Indian Head Wilderness to the Hunter-West Kill Wilderness, or hike along the short Diamond Notch Trail. The Hunter Mountain Trail connects the Devil’s Path to the summit of Hunter Mountain, which can also be accessed along the Becker Hollow Trail.
Continue driving south, and you’ll arrive at the Ashokan Reservoir, which is a popular destination for fishing. It lies at the eastern end of Catskill Park, with a picturesque nature trail that offers impressive views across the lake waters. Those craving a longer hike accompanied by views of the Ashokan Reservoir can stretch their legs along the challenging trail that leads to the summit of Wittenberg Mountain.
Country Roads Campground is around 15 minutes’ drive from Grand Gorge where you can pick up grocery supplies and fill up your RV rental with gas. Alternatively, you can make the 30-minute drive north to Middleburgh, which is home to larger supermarkets and a handful of eateries.
While you’re visiting Middleburgh, stop in at the Dr. Best House and Medical Exhibit, a Victorian house where early medical equipment and apparatuses are on display. It’s believed to be haunted, and guided tours are offered where you can learn about the unexplained events that have occurred here.
Camping at Country Roads Campground is ideal if you’re planning on visiting the Zadock Pratt Museum, which is located in the small town of Prattsville. It occupies a Federal-style residence that was built in 1828, with architectural details that reflect the romantic aesthetic of the mid-19th century. Learn about the founder of Prattsville, Zadock Pratt, who once lived here and witness the two ginkgo trees brought from China by the politician.
Also near the RV park is the Blenheim Covered Bridge, a newly rebuilt wooden structure that replaced a mid-19th-century landmark, which collapsed in 2011. The Old Blenheim Covered Bridge held the title of having the longest span of any surviving single-span covered bridge in the world and was one of the oldest of its kind in the United States. After it was destroyed by flooding during Tropical Storm Irene, the bridge was rebuilt in 2017 and features a memorial displaying preserved pieces of the original bridge.
Motorhome camping in Gilboa puts you on the doorstep of the Gilboa Fossil Forest, which is home to tree trunks dating from the Devonian Period and are among the oldest of their type in the world. Some are now on display on the banks of the Schoharie Creek, offering a fascinating insight into what Earth was like 380 million years ago.