Beaverkill Professional Review and Guide
"The sites here are arranged in three rows, with numbers 70–95 located directly on the gurgling waters of the Beaverkill River, a well-regarded spot for fly fishing. Swimming is not permitted. Lots tend to be on the small side and aren’t screened from one another by vegetation, so respect the posted quiet hours and show some courtesy to your neighbors. Chipmunks and robins scamper and hop across a grassy oval patch in the center of the campground, an area that also serves as a volleyball court. Two small bathrooms with outlets and mirrors but no towels or hand dryers are shared by campers, and the shower house (open 8:30 a.m.–8:30 p.m. daily) is across the bridge in the day-use area. Built in 1865, Beaverkill’s historic covered bridge is one of twenty-four such structures in the state, many of which are concentrated in Delaware, Sullivan, and Ulster counties."