Morning Rise

Walton, New York



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A spectacular campsite in the Pristine Cannonsville Reservoir Area near Hancock, Walton, and Deposit, NY

Our beautiful campsite is perched at the forest line above a field of Fraser Fir trees. Splash around in Chamberlain Brook, sit by the waterfall on a hot day, hike our 200 acres, take a boat out on the reservoir, fish for small mouth bass and trout. Or just relax at The Solitude Farm, where doing nothing is always doing something. When your life has been noisy, come to MorningRise. Wake to the sunrise from this eastern exposure, tucked against the woods in a field of Fraser Fir trees. Take in the field and valley below. Breathe.


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