If you are planning a post memorial day weekend escape this Summer, the historic Catskill Mountain House site, is a great destination. Located near the North-South Lake campground in the Catskill Forest Preserve it is less than 40 miles north of Hudson Woods, just past the scenic Ashokan Reservoir. The escarpment on which the lakes are located is at 2,250 feet above the valley floor, providing a view of five states in clear weather. Located a short hike from the North-South campground is the site of the Catskills Mountain House, a former hotel opened in 1842. It was one of the most popular destinations for New Yorker’s for decades, including a host of influential people of the time. it was visited by three U.S. presidents; Ulysses S. Grant, Chester A. Arthur and Theodore Roosevelt. Unfortunately, not much remains today of what was once America’s most fashionable resort but the sweeping views from the cleared site are still breathtaking.
We will be hosting 2 open houses in the first part of June. One this coming Sunday, June 5th from 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM and another on the following Sunday June 12th at the same time. Tour the model home, meet the architect Drew Lang, explore progress on-site, and take a look at remaining available lots as we prepare them for construction. Here are the details below.