Stay On Site
Looking to turn the race into a truly unique experience? Stay in the park at the Yurt Village or other campsite. Individual yurts or our camp director’s cabin can be rented on Saturday night. Yurts can accommodate 10 people and the director’s cabin can accommodate four. The yurts provide sleeping quarters only, whereas the director’s cabin offers full amenities, excluding linens, towels, toiletries and food. The yurts and director’s cabin are not heated.
Want to stay in the outdoors but want all of the amenities of home? Laurel Cottage, located on beautiful Laurel Lake, is also available year-round and can sleep four comfortably (six maximum). The cottage is heated and has an indoor wood burning stove, an outside fire ring for campfires, picnic tables, screened-in porch, deck and a row boat.
Also available are open-face lean-tos. Sleeping capacity is limited to eight people per shelter with the exception of two sites that can accommodate 16 people. Each shelter has an outside grill for cooking, a designated fire ring for campfires and a picnic table.
- Park closes at dusk except to registered permit holders.
- Alcohol is prohibited.
- Dogs must be leashed at all times.
- No bikes are permitted on trails.
- A carry-in/out policy is in effect for litter and garbage.
To inquire about any of these accommodations, contact the park office at 914-864-7312 and make sure you tell the staff that you are registered for the race.