On-Site Activities

Summer Recreation

Our well-kept grounds provide ample room for a variety of outdoor sports and games. Enjoy our hot tub or take a dip in the crystal clear waters of our spacious pool. Enjoy playing tennis, shuffle board, horse shoes and bocce ball.

Take a hay ride or a relaxing walk along the mountain brook to the waterfall. Hike or bike miles of picturesque and marked mountain trails leading to the Catskill Mountain State Park. We also welcome hunters in season.

Enjoy entertainment at night at our Mountain Brauhaus with Dance bands on Wednesday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday nights.

Recreation On-Site

  • Swimming Pool and Spa
  • Basketball Court
  • Volleyball
  • Table Tennis
  • Swings & Slide
  • Bocce Ball Court
  • Bar-be-cue
  • Weekly Movies
  • Trout Fishing
  • Tennis Court
  • Handball Court
  • Badminton
  • Shuffleboard
  • Horseshoe Pitching
  • Croquet
  • Hayrides
  • Fun Nights 

Fall Recreation

Mother Nature’s beauty in the fall is unsurpassed in the Catskill Mountains. Our Schlachtfest at the Mountain Brauhaus is an “unusually fun event in October,” according to AAA’s Car and Travel Magazine.

Enjoy entertainment at night at our Mountain Brauhaus with Dance bands on Wednesday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday nights.

Winter Recreation

Our winters feature a distinctive snowy setting and a warm congenial atmosphere.

Our prime location allows for easy access to alpine skiing, snow boarding and tubing at Hunter and Windham Mountains. Children can sleigh ride, go tobogganing or make snowmen in our own backyard.

Local Attractions & Activities

Local Mountain Biking Trail Maps (Click on each location to view/download each map)

Our area is filled with countless great mountain biking experiences for all ages. Click here for details on each location or clieck on each individual location below to view/download each trail map.

Local Hiking Trails

Walk out our back door and discover the enchanting landscape, the best views along wooded paths, bubbling streams and cascading waterfalls, from the waterfalls right behind our world famous Mountain Brauhaus to the Kaaterskill Falls, (the tallest in NYS).  For details on various different individual hikes, click here.

Local Attractions

Howe Caverns
Go beneath the earth and discover amazing caves. 

World's Largest Kaleidoscope
Visit the 60ft tall kaleidoscope housed in a converted silo.

Zoom Flume Water Park
New York's #1 Family Water Park offers safe water fun, excitement and relaxation for all ages in a beautiful natural setting. 

Cruises on the Hudson River
View the historic shoreline of the Hudson River with a scenic cruise. 

American Museum of Fire Fighting
Firefighting equipment from 1731 to present 

Kaaterskill Waterfalls
Spectacular 260-foot two-tiered waterfall 

Olana Museum 
Home of Frederick Edwin Church, one of the founders of the Hudson River School of Painting 

Golf Courses 
There are nine beautiful courses to choose from in Greene County. 

West Point
The oldest military and service academy in the U.S.

Empire State Plaza
Featuring the New York State Museum, "The Egg" and Corning Tower

F. D. Roosevelt's Home
32nd President's estate and first US Presidential Library. 

Vanderbilt Mansion
Estate showcasing the changes that occurred as America industrialized in the years after the Civil War 

Shawangunk Wine Trail
Ten family owned wineries from New Paltz to Warwick 

Dutchess Wine Trail
Sample the bounty of the beautiful Hudson River Valley 

Opus 40
Six acres of stone ramps and swirling terraces around pools and trees, designed and built by just one man

Made famous by the Woodstock Festival of 1969, this town today is still a hub of modern music and art

More Links

Cairo’s Bears and Butterflies – A public arts program with a quest and exciting prizes.

Hudson Antique Shops –Over 30 antiques stores found in a 3-block radius. 

Rhinebeck Grand National Super Meet - The largest Antique Motor Cycle Show & Swap Meet.

Bronck Museum – The oldest Dutch homestead in the United States. 

Pratt Museum – Exhibits the history and culture of the Northern Catskills in the mid-19th C.

Empire State Plaza – The Empire State Plaza has become a cultural center for thousands of visitors each year.

Mahayana Buddhist Temple – A Buddhist retreat Buddhist retreat and example of Chinese architecture and culture.

Ukrainian Church –An unusual opportunity to learn about traditional Ukrainian Church architecture.

Festivals and Skyrides at Hunter Mountain – Live ethnic entertainment and chairlift offering scenic views.

Howe Caverns – Guided tours of the most famous underground cave in the Northeast.

National Baseball Hall of Fame – Baseball's timeless appeal captures the minds of fans with history and memorabilia.

Art Galleries – Artwork of the Northern Catskills and surrounding areas. 

Woodstock Artist Village – A guide to this famous town’ points of interest.

Places of Worship – A listing of local churches.

Pick-Your-Own-Fruit orchards – A guide of local farms and markets.

Make sure to check out these great websites for more information

Travel Information

Dutchess County Tourism

Ulster County Tourism

Greene County Tourism

Orange County Tourism