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Little Delaware River Camp

Bovina Center, New York

Peak leaf peeping in the Catskills is from September 14 through October 14. Come camp, peep, relax, swim, fly fish, and explore Bovina Center, NY

This is where you want to escape - on the banks of the Little Delaware River overlooking hundreds of acres of rolling hills and pastures. It's a short bike ride away from the coolest little town in the Catskills where you can book a table at Brushland Eating House - one of Conde Nast Traveler's Top 100 restaurants in the world - or try the famous breakfast sandwich at Russell's General Store. The campsite is set up for effortless fun with a propane grill, chairs, hammock, utensils, cups, plates and mugs, and all the extra touches to make sure all you have to do is relax and recharge by the babbling Little Delaware River. There is also a swimming pond on the property for your use and walking paths throughout. An open air hot outdoor shower on the backside of the garage is also yours to use. The towns of Andes and Delhi are each about 10 minutes' drive, and in your tent you will find local guides to the best that the towns have to offer. Some of our favorites are Wayside Cider, Two old Tarts Restaurant, Andes Hotel Bar and Restaurant, The Blue Bee (for lunch or breakfast), antiques in Andes and many nearby hikes and more. Our favorite restaurant is located in Hobart, NY, The Bull and Garland. A must try english pub with incredible food. Reservation strongly recommended. If you would like to go fly fishing in the area please message us directly and we will connect you with the local guides names and numbers.


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