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Neversink River Campgrounds
192 Campground Road
Woodbourne, NY 12788

Email: juliadolgas@gmail.com

(845) 434-8926
(845) 434-2759
 

Our Mission

Neversink River Campgrounds has been in the business for over 40 years. The company has set the standard for caring for customers and providing well kept and clean facilities at a fair price.

Neversink River Campgrounds provides more than exceptional customer service. Campground managers strive to treat you like family, and do everything in their power to make sure that your camping experience exceeds your expectations.

 

FACILITIES

Playground & Swings
Water Hook-Ups
Electrical Hook-ups
Hot Showers
Flush Toilets
Dump Station
Store
Firewood
Ice
Washers & Dryers
Seasonal Available
Club Area

ACTIVITIES

Fishing (NYS Fishing License Required)
Swimming Pool with Certified Lifeguard
Hunting on State Land
Horseshoes
Volleyball
Basketball
Hiking Nearby

FISHING IN THE CATSKILLS

Anglers!!! Enjoy some of the best fishing you've ever encountered. You can fish for brook or brown trout in one of the best trout streams in New York State. This stream is stocked annually. The Neversink River runs right through the campground, or you may enjoy the Neversink Reservoir only one short mile away (Fishing license and permit required.

Nearby Attractions

Neversink Reservoir

In 2012, the New York City DEP officially opened the Neversink Reservoir to canoes, kayaks and sailboats. will be open for boaters to enjoy for the season up until Columbus Day Weekend.

The Grahamsville Little World’s Fair is the longest running independent fair in New York State.

Monticello Casino & Raceway offers exciting casino action, and much, much more! Experience the thrill of the huge gaming floor, situated on one fun level and open 7 days a week.

Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, the 15,000-capacity outdoor performing arts venue, intimate 400-seat Event Gallery, and Museum at Bethel Woods are located on a 2,000-acre campus. Bethel Woods offers a diverse selection of performances, educational and community programs, including the annual Harvest Festival, which covers topics such as history and the arts, community collaboration and outreach.