- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2 nights
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out Weeknight discount: 30% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Emerald Bath in New York.
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Douglas was a great host, and the site was exactly what I was looking for. It was the first time taking my 6 year old son off-road camping, and this spot was perfect. We didn't actually stay at Emerald Bath - when we got there (well past dark), Douglas told us we would be the only ones on the property and we could have our pick of locations. He led us to one, and let us choose whether to stay there, move on to another, or even spend the night at one and move the next day to the other. The one he brought us to off the bat was great, so we stayed there the whole weekend. He provided maps of the area and recommended a spot off-property to go kayaking. We will keep this on our short list of places to camp! (Just be sure to bring bug spray and citronella candles. The spray keeps the mosquitoes from biting, but they still hover nearby and can be annoying. The candles kept them away.)
Good location for a quick outing.
Very secluded site with good access to New Paltz and the surrounding area. The site we stayed at was very far into the site and is very secluded. The only small detriment was that you could faintly hear the sound from the thruway in the distance.
Nice, but not street bike friendly
Great host in a nice wooded setting. It was very rocky and one section of stream crossing was difficult with our Honda Monkey bikes. Bugs were bad, but you’ll get that this time of year in any moist wooded setting. There was some road noise from the NYS Thruway in the distance, more so after dark with increased trucks on the road. Probably not the best stay for what we needed with our Monkey bikes …. But that should not be a deterrent for anyone else wanting a wooded stay like this. Outhouse was a good long hike back towards the entrance … so if you had to go bad, you may not make it in time!
Douglas was a great host! Met us at the entrance, gave the kids feathers, and brought us into the campsite. Was a decent drive in which was great for us, as you feel very secluded and away from it all. He had firewood available and brought potable water. The site itself was awesome. Fire pit and seating around, and nice flat rocks for putting things on. This was a great stay and we will surely be back again. Thanks for everything Douglas!