Kenneth L. Wilson Professional Review and Guide
"A bit tricky to find coming from Route 28, Kenneth L. Wilson features three loops of wooded, fairly secluded sites in a little basin to the east of Esopus Creek. Kick away the pinecones and pitch a tent on a soft bed of fallen needles and then wander down to the dayuse area to rent a canoe or explore the nature trail at the campground’s eastern edge. Dramatic views to the west of over a half-dozen peaks (including Slide Mountain at 4,180 feet) are worth savoring here. Another option is to fish the Upper Pond for bass, chain pickerel, yellow perch, bullheads, white sucker, and shiners. The central shower house is a decent walk from the campsites. For a bit of civilization during a longer trip, head into Woodstock and spend a few hours shopping, snacking, antiquing, or just admiring the work of local artists."