Forest With A Trout Creek

Ellenville, New York

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Hudson Valley isolation 2 hours away from NYC

A picturesque forest camp a hundred yards away from the Sandburg Creek that offers hiking, fishing and swimming as well as proximity to multiple attractions. The property includes 60 acres of forested land and multiple mountain biking trails.

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Adventures Nearby

  • Hike to Sam's Point

    Located in Sam's Point Preserve, this hike has three major attractions – panoramic views from Sam's Point, mysterious and chilly Ice Caves, and a knee-weakening perch atop Verkeerderkill Falls.Pay attention to seasonal conditions before making thi...

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  • Hike the Millbrook Mountain/Gertrude Nose loop

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  • Hike Gertrude's Nose

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