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Beaverkill

Historical covered bridge at Beaverkill CampgroundPlease note: The covered bridge at Beaverkill, that connects the camping area to the shower building is currently re-open for the remainder of the 2013 camping season.

Address: 792 Berrybrook Road Spur, Roscoe, NY 12776
GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude): 41d58'37.99"N, 74d50'22.53"W
Campground Phone: (845) 439-4281
Regional Office Phone: (845) 256-3099
Camping Fee: $20

Campground Map PDF File (290 KB)

Make a reservation at this campground with ReserveAmerica.

Firewood Restriction Map || (PDF file, 3.8 MB) View map showing 50-mile radius from which untreated firewood may be moved to this campground. For more information see firewood restrictions.

Beaverkill River

Beaverkill Campground is located on the famous Beaverkill trout fishing stream, which flows through the entire developed length of the site, roughly east to west. A historic covered bridge, originally constructed in 1865, spans the stream on the town road.

Hours of Operation: The campground opens in mid-May and remains open until Labor Day. The registration booth is open daily 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Directions: From NYC: NY 17 west to Exit 94, turn left off ramp to NY 206 West, 3 miles on NY 206 West turn right onto Beaverkill Road, 4 miles on Beaverkill Road to Y intersection, turn right on to Berrybrook Road Spur, 1 mile to campground entrance on right.

From Western NY: NY 17 east to Exit 94, turn left off ramp, 1/10 mile take left turn at traffic light on to NY 206 West. Refer to directions above from this point.

Amenities: 52 tent and trailer sites (20 sites along the river), picnic area with tables and grills, flush toilets, hot showers, pay phone, trailer dump station, recycling center, mobility impaired accessibility, 140 year old covered bridge.

Fishing: Brown trout (stocked and wild) and brook trout (wild).

Day Use Facilities: A day-use area is available. No swimming beach is available.

photo of beaverkill campsite

Junior Naturalist Program: Our campgrounds become an outdoor classroom for young children (5-13) and their families. Enjoy games and activities to earn a beautiful embroidered patch.

Area Attractions: The Catskill Fish Hatchery is about 15 miles distant. DeBruce Environmental Education Camp, shopping centers, restaurants, theaters, and lounges are within 15 miles at Liberty, Livingston Manor, and vicinity. There are a number of golf courses and horseback riding facilities. Antique shops are scattered throughout the vicinity and an amusement park is located at Holiday Mountain. Monticello Raceway is within easy driving distance. Historic attractions include the D&H Canal Locks; Fort Delaware; Minisink Battleground Memorial Park; Stone Arch Bridge Historic Park; and the Sullivan County Historical Museum, Art, and Cultural Center. The area contains five covered bridges and the historic Roebling Suspension Bridge spans the Delaware at Minisink Ford. The Upper Delaware National Scenic and Recreational River, administered by the National Park Service, borders Sullivan County on the southwest. The Park Service Visitors Center is located at Narrowsburg.

Historic Interest: Beaverkill Campground is located on the Beaverkill trout fishing stream, which flows through the entire developed length of the site. An historic covered bridge, constructed in 1865, spans the stream on the town road. There is a deep pool in the stream adjacent to and underneath this covered bridge, creating a unique and picturesque setting. The development area lies along the stream, with camping sites on the north side and picnicking area on the south side. Beaverkill stream is the attraction for most campers. Most seem to enjoy and prefer the atmosphere created by the location of the campsites along the stream within sight and sound of the water.