Eco-Friendly Getaways in the Catskills

Glamping in New York: eco-friendly cabins for rent near the Catskills
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Catskills cabins for an environmentally conscious getaway in New York

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Modern Countryside Yurt Rental in Waterville, Upstate New York
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Rustic Tree House for a Romantic Getaway near Oneida Lake, New York
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Elegant Safari Tent for Getaway to Catskill Mountains of New York
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Nature Safari Tent Getaway near Wineries in Wurtsboro, New York
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Stay in one of these environmentally friendly cabin rentals near the Catskills

Tucked away in the rolling hills of New York state, the Catskills provide a picture-perfect retreat for glampers looking to get back to nature. For something a little out of the ordinary, check out this collection of eco-friendly getaways in the Catskills. There are unique options for a romantic long weekend, for a big family get-together, or for a solo glamper looking for a quiet spot for some quality alone time. Whatever glampers are looking for, this area has so much to offer. Check out local farmers' markets for some delicious fresh produce, or visit a town to sample local beers and meals at a family-friendly restaurant. Enjoy a walk through the gloriously wooded hillsides, or take it up a gear with an uphill hike; whatever the days holds, there's a warm welcome waiting at one of these secluded, eco-friendly getaways in the Catskills! Stay in one of these environmentally friendly cabin rentals near the Catskills for an unforgettable experience.

Eco-friendly camping cabins near the Catskills, New York

Things to do in the Catskills

New Yorkers who aren't motivated to spend a weekend among the beautiful people of the Hamptons opt to travel a couple of hours north of New York City for a wilder escape: the Catskill Mountains. Follow their lead, and you'll discover the charms of this forested region and the best things to do. The Catskill Forest Preserve has been the setting for such cultural classics as Washington Irving's Rip Van Winkle and James Fenimore Cooper's The Last of the Mohicans, and the region is excellent for admiring the autumn colors, hiking in spring and summer, and enjoying winter sports. Overlook Mountain trail follows an old wagon road that, in the late 19th century, was used to transport passengers to the Overlook Mountain House. The five-mile hike is not your typical woodland walk; along the way you'll encounter the ruins of the Mountain House, a historic fire tower and a Buddhist temple, not to mention stellar views of the Hudson Valley. Check out these Catskills cabins for an environmentally conscious getaway in New York

Best time to visit the Catskills

Unless you're visiting for hiking (as most of the trails are generally only accessible from April to October), any time of year is a good time to visit the Catskills. Although you'll need to hire a car to enjoy all that this region has to offer - bucolic one-street villages, artistic enclaves, glorious waterfalls and spectacular mountain views - it's well worth it if you're looking to get away from the urban bustle. Anytime is perfect to go glamping in New York, especially if you stay in one of these eco-friendly cabins for rent near the Catskills

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