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Plan Your Catskills Weekend Getaway on the River

Plan Your Catskills Weekend Getaway on the River

Plan an Outdoor Adventure for Your Next Catskills Weekend Getaway

You can’t beat summer in the Sullivan Catskills! If you want to experience adventure, then this is the place for you. From camping to rafting, kayaking, and canoeing trips, and a wide variety of delicious food options, there is no shortage of fun to be had. The best part? All of it takes place in the beautiful Catskill Mountains with breathtaking views and scenery that you can’t beat!

If you’re looking for river trips, camping, or glamping in the Catskills, then take a look at some of our members below.

Camping and Glamping in the Catskills

Whether you’re a tent camper looking for a rustic feel or you have a large camper and want full hookups at an RV resort with multiple amenities, there is an option for you. With numerous options that sit in the woods, next to lakes, riverside, and in the heart of the mountains, both camping and glamping in the Catskills is the best way to get back in touch with nature and really take time to relax and enjoy summer with the family.

Check out our full list of glamping and camping options by clicking here.

Spend the Day on the Water!

When that summer sun is beating down, few things are better than taking in nature on the river or lake. If you’re planning your Catskills weekend getaway, then a rafting, kayaking, or canoeing trip should definitely make your list. Here are some options for river trips in the Sullivan Catskills:

Lander’s River Trips – Situated on the upper reaches of the Delaware River, Lander’s River Trips offers rafting, canoeing, kayaking, and tubing. Plus, they have three riverside campgrounds to relax and have fun after your day on the river.

Indian Head Canoes – Float or ride down the Delaware River with friends and family when you plan a rafting, kayaking, canoeing, or tubing trip through Indian Head Canoes. They offer one to six hour day trips, an on-site campground, and everything you need to feel close to nature.

Kittatinny Canoes – Located where the Poconos meets the Catskills, Kittatinny Canoes offers a variety of self-guided river trips, including rafts, kayaks, canoes, and tubes for all thrill and skill levels. They also have two beautiful riverfront campgrounds, complete with RV sites, tent sites, and cabins.

Reber River Trips – Add some excitement to your Catskills weekend getaway by planning a river trip through Reber River Trips. Spend the day exploring the beautiful Upper Delaware in a raft, kayak, or canoe.

Jerry’s Three River – With river trips lasting from three hours to two days, Jerry’s Three River offers something for all types of Catskills weekend getaways. They cater to all skill and experience levels and have a campground with RV sites, tent sites, group sites, and more.

Grab a Bite to Eat and Refuel

Even if you’re camping or glamping in the Catskills, sometimes it’s still nice to take a break from your camping stove and grab a delicious meal that someone else cooks for you. If you’re planning your Catskills weekend getaway or river trip, then refuel at one of these restaurants so you’re ready for another day of adventure.

Cedar Rapids Bar and Restaurant – Located right on the edge of the river, try their locally inspired food and drinks with a beautiful waterfront view.

Cochecton Pump House – Sitting in the heart of the Delaware Water Gap, the Cochecton Pump House is part biergarten and part event space.

Roscoe Mountain Grill – Part of the Roscoe Mountain Club, the Grill offers classic American fare with some local flavors and inspiration. There is also lodging, golf, and beautiful views—all on-site!

Use our trip planner feature to plan your next Catskills weekend getaway, camping trip, or river adventure today!

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