Enjoy a Rustic Feel Inside This Charming Cabin

Plan your next vacation in this rustic one-room cabin building that sleeps 2 to 5 people. This charming one-room cabin building offers a rustic camping experience without the effort of setting up a tent. The wood cabin is covered in beautiful pine paneling, these pet-friendly vacation rentals have double beds and bunk beds to comfortably accommodate 2 to 5 people. Other features of the cabin include a breakfast counter, air conditioning, cable television, and complimentary WiFi. Linens are not included. Outside, you can enjoy a picnic table and fire ring. You'll want to check availability and pricing. The wood cabin has a pet-friendly breakfast counter, heat/air conditioning cable, wifi, and a picnic table, and a fire ring.

The charming cabin building is a great way to spend a family vacation in New York’s Catskill Mountains. Nestled in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains, Jellystone Park at Birchwood Acres provides an environment that is sure to create lasting memories for the whole family. You can come and enjoy the fully stocked 4-acre lake with fishing docks, as well as paddleboat rentals. Keep the children entertained for hours on end at the interactive Water Zone Water Park.

The Catskill Mountains and Hudson Valley are home to abundant natural beauty and a generally chill vibe which may be why many New Yorkers flock to the area, but you’ll also find plenty of quirky, whimsical, and just cool things to do. The best way to explore the region is with a car as you’ll have more freedom to go from town to town, which is part of the fun, however, there are also public transit options that’ll take you upstate, too. Many Hudson River towns are accessible via Metro-North or Amtrak, and if you’re heading to the Catskills via public transit, buses regularly leave from Port Authority.

The Catskills Scenic Trail is a 26-mile stretch that was once part of the Ulster and Delaware Railroad is now a rail trail that’s utilized by cyclists, pedestrians, and even horseback riders year-round. The trail passes through several cute small towns to include Hobart, home to a book village of six unique indie stores, and Roxbury, where you’ll find the Roxbury Motel’s quirky, kitschy rooms and is an excellent and easy way to take in the beauty of the region.

Five State Lookout is a location where on a clear day, the panoramic view encompasses the White Mountains of New Hampshire, the Green Mountains of Vermont, the Berkshire Mountains of Massachusetts, the Helderberg Mountains of New York, and the Connecticut Valley.

Kaaterskill Falls is a 260-foot, two-tiered waterfall in the area. From a parking area on Route 23A, you can do a quick, mile-long hike along the Yellow Trail. Otherwise, there is a viewing platform above the falls which is also accessible and potentially easier to reach from Laurel House Road, where there are more parking and clear directions to the falls. You'll want to be sure to read the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation’s rules for accessing the falls before you head out.

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