Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park at Lazy River

Address: 50 Bevier Rd., Gardiner, New York, 12525 , United States | Campground
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Location

This campground, located on 50 Bevier Rd., Gardiner, is near Minnewaska State Park Preserve, Mohonk Preserve, Historic Huguenot Street, and Shawangunk Mountains.
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Travel Blogs from Gardiner

Friday-Travel Day

A travel blog entry by dgoldbost on Dec 05, 2014

8 comments, 8 photos

On my flight to LA so I thought I would start my Spartan Malibu blog. I'll arrive in LA at noon then it's an hour car ride to Malibu. I'll settle in, check into the hotel and get a lay of the land. I still need to buy some stuff for the race but wanted to wait until I got to LA. Anyway, the way the race is designed we have no idea what to expect as far as obstacles or distance. the website says ...

In Poughkeepsie

A travel blog entry by jennieantoniak on Nov 07, 2014

8 comments

... car & up the road to the Culinary Institute of America (CIA). The most beautiful campus & again on the Hudson River. Plenty of students walking around between classes, all wearing the check pants, white tunic & clogs. It was also super busy because there was a graduation ceremony. We had lunch at the Apple Pie Bakery cafe, I had quiche & salad & Fray had pumpkin soup. We shared a coconut, salted caramel brioche donut for dessert. ...

In hindsight......

A travel blog entry by jennieantoniak on Nov 06, 2014

3 comments

So we did get up at 4.45am & Ducko dropped us at the train for a 6.30am departure to Montreal. We googled the Melbourne Cup & heard the terrible news about Admire Rakti. Next train left at 9.30am for Albany. Really comfortable, ************e on it, spent the day writing my previous entry. Scenery once we crossed the border was very different & just spectacular. There were still a lot of leaves on the trees. The track travels beside some lakes & there are some ...

Rockin' It In The Gunks

A travel blog entry by happyronin on Oct 20, 2014

2 comments, 21 photos

... on the climb. Phew! We were able to get our gear back (Took me awhile to fennagle the nuts from the crack...they were SOOOO well placed!!! Nice job Ben!), and made good time on the 3-pitch climb.

I did a lot of positive self-talk, staying aware of my breathing, and focused on trusting my feet, the gear and my climbing partner. I did have a few moments of fear, but I was able to keep the fears in check with rationalizing and as I continued to climb higher ...

Glimpse of FDR and Eleanor in Hyde Park

A travel blog entry by dmarek on Oct 17, 2014

77 photos

... Depression and the war efforts. There was also an extensive section on Eleanor's public service life after he died. She was very active in civil and human rights issues.

We had a snack/drinks in the snack bar area and then went on to the house tour....or the order may be different.

The house, or mansion, was quite large. At first, in the rather dark interiors of the downstairs, we were told that the Victorian furnishings were typical ...