[islandlabs] camping and hiking
jedahan at gmail.com
Tue Jul 13 16:08:18 EDT 2010
Mohonk Rocks! My best friend and his brother, and a few other friends of
mine work there, it is wonderful. Just so happens the 20th is my last day of
classes, and the 21st is my birthday. If I can get out of class I would love
to join you. There is a rock scramble called the lemon squeeze that is a lot
of fun. If you want to rent bikes or boats for the lake or whatnot it will
cost extra, just giving a heads up. Unfortunately my friend is away for the
summer, biking to california, but I'll see if I could squeeze in some sort
of special treatment from someone else. How many people are going so far?
2010/7/13 dawndoll31 <dawndoll31 at aol.com>
> I'm making plans to go camping & hiking in New Paltz, August 20 & 21.
> *Creekview Campsite*, http://www.creekviewcampsite.com/index.html
> 227 Creek Locks Road, Rosendale, NY 12472 845 658-9042
> about 10 miles north of New Paltz and about 20 minutes away from hiking at
> The price is $10 per person. Pay when you get there. No deposit necessary.
> Site has a fire ring and table. They have bathrooms, hot showers and a
> wash stand to wash dishes.
> *Mohonk Mountain Resort Hiking
> 1000 Mountain Rest Road,
> New Paltz, NY 12561
> (845) 256-2056
> *The Day Trip - *
> So you don’t have time to stay overnight and you want to experience Mohonk
> Mountain Resort. There’s a phone number you can call to book what’s known as
> a “Day Pass” (800) 255-1000 ($20-Adults, $10 kids under 12, 4and under are
> free). Like amusement parks, the “Day Pass” gains you access to the grounds
> around the resort. But here’s a trick that expands the possibilities and
> will enhance your experience. Instead of purchasing a day pass, spend a bit
> more and purchase what’s known as a “Day Meal” reservation. Here’s why.
> When you’re not staying overnight, and you book a “Day Meal” reservation
> you’re price includes day pass access to the grounds, the daily activities,
> and an unlimited buffet or sit-down meal in the formal dining area on the
> second floor of the resort. ($55 –Adults, $30 Children over age of 4, plus
> tax). You also get parking privileges right at the hotel so you don’t have
> to park four miles away and get bussed in. You also have the choice to have
> your car valet parked ($3.00) or self park for free in the parking lots just
> after the rear entrance of the resort (You actually drive up to the back of
> the Mountain Resort).
> Let me know if you might be interested; The more the merrier.
> - Lori
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