The Town of Fallsburg News & Events – Great Camping Rates Offered To Local Residents

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May, 2013
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From the Councilman’s Desk-Arnold Seletsky

Just Not a Tourist Attraction: Fallsburg Offers Great Camping To Local Residents

Great seasonal discounts offered to Fallsburg & SC campers


Councilman Arnold Seletsky

By Arnold Seletsky


With the downturn in the economy, many American families are changing the way they vacation, and even go on camping or RV trips.


The price of gas and diesel is still near $4.00.  That has put a huge dent in vacation plans and is changing the way people are taking their vacations.


Americans are still taking vacations, but they are sticking closer to home.


Many families going on RV and camping trips are choosing not to drive great distances anymore, and for residents of Sullivan County and the Mid-Hudson region, our campgrounds at Morningside Park and Mountaindale Park are the perfect fit in terms of both affordability, distance, and amenities.


The Town of Fallsburg is now running a special for county and Town of Fallsburg residents at our camping facilities.  Town of Fallsburg residents can camp the season at one of our parks at a 50% discount while Sullivan County residents will receive a 40% discount.


For years, our campgrounds have traditionally attracted tourists from all over the country, but more and more, Sullivan County residents are discovering the wonderful camping experience close to their homes.  Parking their RVs or setting up their campers in our parks is so much cheaper, with the same or even better benefits than campgrounds hundreds of miles away.


They are discovering the special benefits to Sullivan County residents of camping in the Town of Fallsburg, No driving, no expenditures on gas, tolls, and other driving expenses-AND MUCH MORE TIME AND AFFORDABILITY TO CAMP.


Setting up your camper or RV in one of our parks allows local residents to enhance their family’s ability to enjoy a camping vacation not just at a one or two week stretch, but to also take every weekend during the spring and summer months to escape and camp at great facilities.


The beauty of camping is spending time in the outdoors, camping overnight in a picturesque setting in the fresh air, spending quality relaxation time with family and friends-its only a few miles away.


Our camping facilities offer that special country camping setting while being close to many natural attractions, tourist venues like Bethel Woods and Monticello Raceway Casino, and great fishing and golfing at the Town of Fallsburg golf courses.  We also have some great events planned for the summer and fall, like Frances Curry Day honoring our town’s World War II Medal of Honor winner and our annual Haunted House around Halloween time.


When you camp at the Town of Fallsburg campgrounds at Morningside Park and Mountaindale Park, you will always find a warm, friendly welcome.  Our camping sites are spacious, clean and well equipped with 20, 30, & 50 Amp service.  Each of our camping sites are easily accessible, big rig & RV friendly, pull through, no more of that blind backing in for your RV.


Each of our parks, which are open from May to mid-October, offers campers a recreation building, showers, swimming, fishing, boat launches and rentals, a camp store and ice.  Morningside Park has 139 sites (90 with electricity) and Mountaindale Park has 110 sites (70 with electricity).  There’s great hiking trails nearby as well as the great Catskills woods to escape into solitude and beauty.


Isn’t it time for you to take a family camping trip, for the whole summer, to a Town of Fallsburg Park?  For more information, call Phone (845) 434-5877.



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