Saugerties/Woodstock KOA Campground
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSaugerties/Woodstock KOA Campground
Very friendly and accommodating hosts and staff. Wonderful wooded lot.. We enjoyed our stay a lot. Would stay here again.
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... for $200,000 unsuccessfully and later sold it for $1.00 to the National Parks!
In the afternoon we drove to the historic town, Saugerties and walked to the beautiful lighthouse. Lunch on a balcony over the falls and then home again to relax and recharge for the next ...
... dutch. He is famous in the region and the staff in the museum were very interested in my history and my descendancy. I was so excietd to find a painting of my Great, Great .......etc Grandfather, Captain Daniel Brodhead, in the house, and of course I took many photos. The other family on the tour were very surprised when I told them that I was a descendant of this man. The ironic part of this story is that the house was first built by a dutch ...
... a smattering of restaurants, one of which we chose due to the proximity of a picnic table at which could sit & eat with the dogs. After scarfing down an ahi tuna poke tower and chicken wrap we started on our trek home. I'm sure Tim would have liked to have been able to complete the race, but as a whole, the weekend was a nice detox from work and life in ...
Quick jaunt into Woodstock--"quick" being the operative word here. We found a supposedly dog-friendly spot online (Bringfido.com) but was told upon arrival that only service dogs were allowed. Debbie Downer. They did, however have an outdoor picnic table where the happy hour crowd usually congregates so we decided to order at the bar and dine there instead. Our food arrived and we commenced to eating until ...
... dotting strategic spaces in the front garden and the artisan soap nestled in a pile of fluffy towels. She keeps a green home, encouraging guests to compost & recycle. She has a cinnamon pot for natural incense if you'd like, and a veritable apothecary of herbal teas along with organic honey. Speaking of honey, she did warn of bears, which with our two small dogs, was a bit worrisome, but we have not seen or heard of any sign of them so far & continue to hope ...
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