My sons and I visited Taconic State Park in New York on Friday, September 12th thru Saturday, September 13th. This campground had been recommended to us by a friend and we had never been to this part of New York State. Taconic State Park…”is located along 16 miles of the Taconic Mountain Range, sharing a border with Massachusetts and Connecticut.” (http://nysparks.com/parks/83/details.aspx) This “tri-state” area is home to ridges and farm-land valleys with forested streams, waterfalls and lots of friendly folks.
The park is divided into two distinctive areas: Copake Falls Area (to the North) and Rudd Pond Area (to the South). We camped at the Copake Falls Area (roughly a two hour drive from Bergen County, NJ)
This park area offers 45 tent sites, 25 tent platforms, 36 trailer sites and three cabin areas for a total of 106 campsites and 18 cabins. The cabins…
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