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Roscoe Campsite Park

2179 Old Route 17, Roscoe, Rockland, NY 12776-6447
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Roscoe Campsite Park is a place to create new memories of what camping should be. You can sit on the peaceful shores of this special free stone stream and watch for Bald Eagles, Blue Herons, Osprey, and other native birds that visit the park. You can fish these magical waters for Brown, Brook and Rainbow trout like so many legends of Fly Fishing who have casted their lines in the past. Outdoor activities such as hiking, biking or kayaking are available to fill your days. Sitting by a campfire sharing stories of the day are a perfect way to complete your park adventure, or plan a new one.
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Vinny M wrote a review Nov 2021
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I found this place as a possible seasonal site. Went to visit and spoke to Kaylie. I like that the campsite was small, quiet and on a river. At the time of my visit, I was promised one of 2 sites, one that would be available and one that the current occupants had not decided if they would return for the next season. I told Kaylie that I would take either site. I was promised by Kaylie that I would know which site I was getting but never heard from her. I left numerous messages but no return calls. After a few weeks, I decided to take a ride to the site (2 1/2 hours), met with Kaylie and was told numerous excuses for her not responding. I had check in hand, but she told me not to pay until the contract had the site I was getting. She gave me her cell # and told me that this is the best and quickest way to get her...not really! Again, after numerous messages and now numerous text messages (which I know she read), I got no response. I wound up going to another place which I like but don't love. I have no idea why I was not extended the courtesy of a phone call to say that the promise they made me had changed. They opted to just ignore me. Good luck in dealing with them.
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Date of stay: October 2021
LindaH0121 wrote a review Jul 2021
Howell, New Jersey2 contributions2 helpful votes
This is the first time I am ever writing a review. I always read them but never actually write one Our group had a tent site and a deluxe cabin The sites are too close together. They are horrible sites. They have construction going on and it was literally infront of our tent site. Camping with construction vehicles going on is not camping. At check in I told the office the tent site was horrible and not acceptable at 65.00 / night. They offered the person in the tent to put his tent up on the cabin site with us. What kind of solution is that ? After you charged him for the joke of a tent site you offer that ? They should make people aware that this construction is going on and they don’t. Also the campground backs up to a major highway so you hear the sound of traffic all night. That’s truly camping??? This campground is only concerned with cramming as many sites in to a small campground. The only thing going for this place is the beautiful Beaverkill River. What an absolute waste of time and money.
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Date of stay: July 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
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LD10990 wrote a review Oct 2020
Warwick, New York107 contributions64 helpful votes
Had a great time going here the first weekend in October with friends. As I am a beginning camper we stayed in a "covered wagon" super cool and loved having the bathroom/ sink basically 10 feet away. They had a nice weekend with live entertainment, a clay shooting trip and nice tastings of local food & beer. Can't wait to return (but will definitely wait until the weather gets warmer!)
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Date of stay: October 2020
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Room Tip: loved the covered wagon & the cabins looked super cute too!
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Deborah C wrote a review Aug 2020
Grand Island, New York65 contributions13 helpful votes
We had a gathering of about 40 of us for the weekend of Aug 21st. It is a pretty campground with lots of trees. The owners were so nice and made all of us feel welcomed. We got out in the river tubing... some where fly fishing in the early morning. It’s nicely located so we drove over to the Bethel Woods Museum on Sunday.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled with friends
mgsaulis wrote a review Aug 2020
West Hartford, Connecticut173 contributions41 helpful votes
This campground has a great location and potential to be a beautiful place. The cabins and sites by the river give you the sounds of a moving river with wildlife including a resident bald eagle! I did some fly fishing each day and there is easy access to the river to are max by the chilly water. I was camping and the utilizes are very new. So new that the ground was not yet groomed and planted or secured with gravel.the restrooms are clean. The cabins are very nice with a wide range of amenities. The deluxe cabin has it all but the covered wagon is sparse but charming. I will be back.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled with friends
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United StatesNew YorkCatskill RegionSullivan CatskillsRocklandRoscoe
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Frequently Asked Questions about Roscoe Campsite Park
Which popular attractions are close to Roscoe Campsite Park?
Nearby attractions include Roscoe Beer Company (1.2 km), Courtyard (1.4 km), and Roscoe O&W Railway Museum (1.5 km).
What are some restaurants close to Roscoe Campsite Park?
Conveniently located restaurants include Raimondo's Restaurant, Roscoe Diner, and Northern Farmhouse Pasta.
Are pets allowed at Roscoe Campsite Park?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.