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Between the Hudson River and the Slide Mountain Wilderness, the So-Hi Campground is a family-friendly RV park near the city of Kingston. It’s an ideal base for exploring the natural wonders of Ulster County while being just two hours’ drive from New York City.
Camping at So-Hi Campground offers spacious RV sites with either 30 or 50 amp electric hookups. Fire rings and picnic tables are available at each site, as is access to bathrooms with hot showers and outdoor dish sinks. There’s also a laundry facility if you want to catch up on your washing, as well as regular Sunday pancake breakfasts and ice cream socials.
Aside from the campground’s basketball and volleyball courts, there’s a children’s playground and a mini-golf course that will keep all ages entertained. Kids can let loose in the video game room or enjoy a movie on the big screen, and there's also a private pond where you can go paddle boating or fishing. After dark, the So-Hi Campground offers incredible stargazing in the low-light pollution area of the Hudson Valley.
Camp in an RV near Accord and spend a day on the shores of Ashokan Reservoir, which lies at the eastern end of Catskill Park. It’s a popular destination for fishing, and there’s a short nature trail that offers panoramic views across the body of water. If you’re after a longer hike, tackle the more challenging path that leads to the summit of Wittenberg Mountain, which affords magnificent views across the Ashokan Reservoir and the Catskills.
Just to the west of the Ashokan Reservoir lies the Slide Mountain Wilderness, which sprawls across 47,500 acres and can be accessed from ten different parking lots. There are more than 35 miles of officially maintained and marked trails, including the Phoenicia East Branch Trail and the Wittenberg-Cornell-Slide Trail. One of the most scenic routes up Slide Mountain is along the Curtis-Ormsbee Trail, which offers spectacular views to the south and west. Another option is to follow the Giant Ledge-Panther Mountain-Fox Hollow Trail, which hugs the north-south ridge and offers views of the Devil’s Path and Woodland Valley.
RV camping at So-Hi Campground is also a good base for visiting the Minnewaska State Park Preserve, which lies directly south of Accord. It’s renowned for its scenic overlooks of the nearby Catskill Mountains, with hiking, mountain biking, and snowshoeing trails to explore, as well as being a popular destination for rock climbing. Minnewaska State Park Preserve also encompasses four of the five Shawangunk Ridge sky lakes, including Lake Minnewaska, Lake Awosting, and Lake Maratanza.
The So-Hi Campground is around 15 minutes’ drive from the center of Accord where you can pick up grocery supplies and fill up your RV rental with gas. Alternatively, make the 30-minute drive into Kingston, which is home to larger supermarkets and all the services you need, as well as plenty of restaurants and fast-food eateries if you want to dine out.
Motorhome camping in Accord gives you easy access to the Delaware and Hudson Canal Museum in High Falls, which details the building and legacy of this iconic waterway. It occupies a Gothic Revival chapel that was constructed in 1885 and is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places, with around 4,000 artifacts on display. Aside from maps, photographs, and documents detailing the history of the canal, there are also models of the canal and access to the Five Locks Walk, a trail that leads to locks 16 to 20.
Another popular day trip from the So-Hi Campground is to the town of New Paltz, which centers around Historic Huguenot Street. In the 17th century, Protestant French Huguenots fled religious persecution and secured 40,000 acres of land here by exchanging blankets, needles, and tobacco pipes with Native Americans. Embark on a 90-minute guided tour to discover the town’s rich history while exploring its stone houses, as well as a beautifully reconstructed 1717 church and a burial ground dating from the early 18th century.
Also in New Paltz is the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, which is located at the State University of New York New Paltz campus. It showcases the work of emerging and little-known artists, with a particular focus on those living in or inspired by the Hudson Valley. Aside from its permanent collection, the museum also presents an exciting calendar of temporary exhibitions, so check what’s currently being showcased before visiting.
Whether you want to delve into the cultural history of the Hudson Valley or stretch your legs in the mountainous landscapes of the Catskills, book an RV in Ulster County and start planning your next vacation.