Lodging at ashokan
The Ashokan Center is a serene and inspirational hideaway, nestled on 385 acres of forests, meadows, and streams in New York’s beautiful Catskill Mountains (25 minutes from Kingston, NY). Leave the cares of the world behind and enjoy a rustic family getaway, a romantic escape, or a solo sojourn at this timeless nature preserve and historic site.
Relax, recharge and restore your soul at Ashokan, your home away from home.
Red Maple Lodge
Private rooms sleep up to 4 people with private bathroom. Each room has 2 bunk beds (all twin). Some Red Maple Rooms have a porch, some are accessible. Free Wifi.
Private rooms sleep up to 5 people with private bathroom. Each room has 2 bunk beds (1 queen bottom). Upstairs Sycamore rooms have a forest-facing porch. Downstairs rooms are accessible. Coffeemaker, refrigerator, free Wifi.
Bring your own tent, bedding and any other equipment or gear. Camping vehicles are welcome if you’re OK with no hookups (and no generators after dark). All camping is near Binnie’s Bathhouse, where you’ll have access bathrooms and outdoor showers.
Whether camping or lodging, our stay includes three delicious, wholesome meals featuring seasonal, locally-grown ingredients with vegan and gluten-free options, served in our social-distance conscious dining room. Outdoor dining is also available.
Breakfast 7-9am (M-F) 8-10am (Sat/Sun)
Grab & Go Lunch 12pm-1pm
Oct 31 Halloween
This weekend’s activities will include live music, costume parade, and a seasonal dinner & and morning guided hike for our overnight guests. Learn more.
Ongoing Activities Include:
Croquet, badminton, corn hole
Forest and streamside trails
Guided nature and history walks
Historic 1885 Covered Bridge
Self-guided walks and hikes
Art classes *
Edible and medicinal plant walks *
Evening films, music and speakers *
*Special offerings vary by date
Catskill Visitors Center
Ashokan is an Historic District on the National and State Registers of Historic Places. Ashokan was a favored hunting and fishing ground for the Munsee Indians for generations, and became home to Americans of European descent in the 1730s. The first mill and blacksmith shop in Ulster County were built here by Lemuel Winchell who later constructed Winchell’s Inn, Ashokan’s historic centerpiece.