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Lake Taghkanic
Lake Taghkanic
Lake Taghkanic

Lake Taghkanic State Park, New York

Lake Taghkanic is a great place for both summer and winter stays, with plenty of tent campsites as well as cabins and cottages, and a variety of activities to do year round. For winter folks, there's Read more...
Lake Taghkanic is a great place for both summer and winter stays, with plenty of tent campsites as well as cabins and cottages, and a variety of activities to do year round. For winter folks, there's cross-country skiing and snowmobile trails, as well as ice skating and ice fishing areas, and plenty of fire pits to warm those chilly bones. For summer lovin', there are two beaches, so if someone kicks sand in your potato salad (accidentally, of course), you can just go to another beach and pretend like it never happened. The only sleeping quarters that are on the water are some of the cottages in the West End Cottage Area, so if you're planning on playing Beach Party Bingo, plan accordingly or be willing to walk a bit from your tent or cabin.
Lake Taghkanic State Park Campground
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Loc: Magic Forest was just as expected. We stayed two nights and felt quite secluded. We never got a chance...
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Brian: The yurt was absolutely gorgeous, it was my first time staying in one and I loved it. The property is...
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Luca: beautiful, wonderful, magical experience. would highly recommend staying here. we loved every minute....
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Laura: My friend and I loaded up our bikes and decided to go (hammock) camping for the weekend. With only 12...
 Stonehenge Campsite
Wrights: Stonehenge is a wide open space surrounded by apple trees, cherry trees and plum trees. It has a...
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Lee Ann
Lee Ann: Nice, clean campground in a great location! We went into the cute town of Phoenicia, to Kaaterskill...
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Ezekiel: Beth's horse farm is absolutely stunning. Her horses are so friendly and calm, best of all they freely...
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Cindy: We camp here often and love it. If you want one of the water sites 86 and 87 are our favorites but...