Camping for adults in ny
About 1.5 miles past Marbletown, go west (right) on Tongore Rd. LAT, LON :lat=41.87423, lon= -74.1414(source: map ) (accuracy: approximate). LAT, LON : lat=41.9182,lon=-74.4215(source: Topozone ) (accuracy: approximate). The NY State Department of Environmental Conservation has published a very nice map of the area. In Jay, turn east (left) on CR 22 (I think) to the covered bridge over the East Branch Ausable River. LAT, LON lat=44.37286, lon=-73.72500(source: De Lorme) (accuracy: approximate) LINK TO GOOGLE MAP. LAT, LON lat=44.3664, lon=-73.8406(source: web site) (accuracy: approximate) LINK TO GOOGLE MAP. The location is certainly unofficial but there are no signs indicating no swimming that I saw." This from a visitor in 2010:"This place is the best to just go and cool off and have fun time. One is very easy to use and doesn't take much skill. Due to chronic abuse of the environment, this swimming hole is virtually unavailable to the public. Then at the intersection of RT 28A and RT 42 in West Shokan is a series of hanging wooden signs; the top one says "Town Offices", the bottom one says "Sundown". Scenic hike (about 2 miles one way) to a beautiful waterfall and swimming hole in Vernooy Kill surrounded by pines and shrubs. Here is a description by a fan:" This hole is in the Catskill nature preserve and camping is allowed anywhere in the preserve - spring summer and fall and below 3500 feet in winter. It will get your blood flowing." To get here from From RT 209 in Kerhonkson, follow Samsonville Rd north for 3.4 miles and bear left at the "Y" intersection onto Upper Cherrytown Rd. Updated 2/15/2016: Continue south on RT 9N into Au Sable Forks. When you get to the dam (before Murphy Rd.) (you may need to ask locally) there is a swimming place upstream of the dam. : A popular local swimming hole by a falls and historic covered bridge in Jay. To get here: from Jay (above) go west on RT 86 through Wilmington. : About .1 miles SOUTH of Stonehouse Road on RT 9N, turn east on Beach Spot drive. Deep hole in creek with jumping rocks (always check depth first). The water was a quite pleasant temperature especially for the Adirondacks.you may want to tell your readers not to drink the water." Maybe no longer a danger, but keep your head out of the water to be safe.
LAT, LON [HIKE TO] lat=42.25181, lon=-79.57414(source: De Lorme) (accuracy: approximate) LINK TO GOOGLE MAP. There is a very nice, deep swimming hole right at the bottom of this trail but it is hard to walk up or downstream from here unless you walk in the creek. Go about 1.5 miles then turn west (right) on Hannum Rd.. about 3 miles (turns into gravel) to where there is a picnic area and some primitive (no tables, no water, porta-potties) camping.LAT, LON lat=43.8175, lon=-74.1380(source: De Lorme-p) (accuracy:exact) LINK TO GOOGLE MAP.