Travel Directions & Area Attractions

Twin Oaks Campground is perfectly positioned in Schoharie Valley, which runs along the Schoharie Creek between Blenheim and Esperance, New York on the northern side of the Catskill Mountains, is truly one of the most beautiful valleys you will ever find. The address that GPS units will pick up is 340 Ecker Hollow Road, Schoharie, NY (Twin Oaks Lane is a private road). Also we are 5 minutes from Exit 22 off of I-88. (Do not follow GPS directions once you come off of I-88 as the GPS does not recognize the appropriate entrance to Ecker Hollow Road). If coming off Exit 22 off of I-88, go south on Route 145, 1 mile on right (north entrance) take Ecker Hollow Road / County Route 41. Follow for approximately 3.6 miles, camp will be on left. If you miss the north entrance, go into Middleburgh to turn around, then take south entrance of Ecker Hollow Road / County Route 41.


Nearby Attractions

Howe Caverns
You don’t have to be a serious caver or spelunker to appreciate the geology of Howe Caverns. Your specially trained tour guide will help you negotiate the cave and learn about the magnificent limestone formations, the stalactites, stalagmites and flowstone, and the tremendous conservation effort underway to protect and preserve Howe Caverns for future generations.

Howe Caverns

The Old Stone Fort
The Old Stone Fort Museum Complex celebrates and preserves the rich, historic legacy of New York's beautiful Schoharie Valley. Buildings include an early 1700s home, a 1780s Dutch barn, an 1830s law office, and an 1890s one-room schoolhouse as well as the 1772 stone church that was fortified and attacked by British forces in 1780.

Old Stone Fort

Old Blenheim Bridge Site
Old Blenheim Bridge, lost in a recent flood, was a wooden covered bridge that spanned Schoharie Creek in North Blenheim, New York. At 232 ft. long, it was the second-longest single span covered bridge in the world after the Bridgeport Covered Bridge. The bridge was also one of the oldest of its type in the United States.

Old Blenheim Bridge Site

Boucks Falls
Boucks Falls is a falls located just 6.2 miles from Middleburgh, in the state of New York, United States, near Breakabeen, NY. Fishermen will find a variety of fish including white bass, smallmouth bass and atlantic salmon here. So grab your favorite fly fishing rod and reel, and head out to Boucks Falls.

Boucks Falls

Secret Caverns
The wonders of nature’s underground passageways reveal the Secret - a magnificent 100 foot underground waterfall beneath the beautiful hills of central New York.

Secret Caverns

Iroquois Indian Museum
The Iroquois Indian Museum is an educational institution dedicated to fostering understanding of Iroquois culture using Iroquois art as a window to that culture. The Museum is a venue for promoting Iroquois art and artists, and a meeting place for all peoples to celebrate Iroquois culture and diversity. As an anthropological institution, it is informed by research on archaeology, history, and the common creative spirit of modern artists and craftspeople.

Iroquois Museum

Gobbler's Knob Family Fun Park
Check out the great activities at the Gobbler's Knob! 18-Hole Miniature Golf Course, Full-Service Driving Range, D’s Tees: 9-Hole Par 3 Golf Course, Muscle Motors Speedway - New & Improved Go-Cart Track!

Gobblers

Landis Arboretum
The Landis Arboretum is a public garden overlooking historic Schoharie Valley near Esperance, New York. The Arboretum's 548-acre site stretches easily into both Schoharie and Montgomery Counties. Forty acres are developed with plantings of trees, shrubs, and herbaceous perennials from around the world. The remainder of the property consists of natural areas, woodlands, wetlands, more than 8 miles of trails, and open fields reminiscent of the former Oak Nose Farm, homestead of founder Fred Lape.

Arboretum

Schoharie Valley Railroad Museum
In 1974, SCHA transported the last remaining vehicle of the Middleburgh and Schoharie Railroad to Depot Lane from the Middleburgh flats where it had been since 1936. The restored 1891 passenger car is now on display for visitors along with a restored 1917 wooden caboose donated to the organization by the Bridgeline Historical Society. In addition, SCHA was able to transport two period box cars and a flat bed to the site. The museum also includes a 1920 scale model of buildings, cars and terrain of the area served by the Middleburgh and Schoharie Railroad.

Railroad Museum

Rivers Casino and Resort
If you’re looking for the hottest gaming action in New York , Rivers Casino & Resort Schenectady is the place for you. Enjoy slots? We’ve got 1,150 of the newest, hottest slots!  Are table games more your style? We’ve got over 67 with games ranging from Blackjack to Craps. You can’t get a better gambling option in New York or the Capital Region!

Rivers Casino

Via Aquarium
Experience the wonders of the ocean in your backyard! The Via Aquarium is the capital regions only full scale aquarium. Explore over 25,000 square feet of oceanic treasure as you and your family embark an exciting self-guided tour visiting over 2,000 creatures of the sea. The Via Aquarium celebrates aquatic biodiversity through exhibit experiences and public programs designed to connect people to the world of water. Via Aquarium provides an immersive experience for people of all ages. Whether your exploring our two tunnel tanks or touching a live sting ray in our sting ray touch tank there is always something to be excited about at the Via Aquarium.

Via Aquarium

The 1743 Palatine House Museum
This building, a medieval, German-style construction was built by the Palatine Colonists for their minister, Peter Nicholas Sommers, who came to Schoharie from Hamburg, Germany in 1743. (The name “Palatine” is a generic term for the German people who settled here in the early 18th century.) In 1971, with the aid of the Presbyterian church and a matching grant from the New York State Historic Trust, SCHA restored the 1743 Palatine House and created a Living Museum. From May to October, visitors can experience colonial life and times by taking guided tours of the house, grounds and adjacent cemetery, where Peter Nicholas Sommers and his wife are buried. Through continued research, assistance from the New York State Council on the Arts and donations of 18th century articles from local residents, the 1743 Palatine House preserves an important part of our colonial past.

Palantine House Museum

Arkell Museum at Canajoharie
American art and Mohawk Valley history are celebrated in exhibitions and programs at the Arkell Museum at Canajoharie. Visitors to the museum will discover paintings by remarkable American artists such as Winslow Homer, George Inness, Ralph Blakelock, Childe Hassam, Robert Henri, and Thomas Hart Benton. The Arkell Museum’s collection also includes objects and archives related to the Mohawk Valley.

Arkell Museum

Delaware & Ulster Rail Ride
The Delaware and Ulster is an excursion train that combines railroad nostalgia with scenic rides through New York’s legendary Catskill Mountains. Step back in time as you board the historic D&U. Your journey will include an ever changing landscape of quaint villages, rolling fields, majestic mountains and pastoral farms while you enjoy a leisurely ride along the pristine waters of the East Branch of the Delaware River. The Arkville depot offers a terrific exhibit chronicling the important role the railroad played in the development of the region.

Rail Ride

Hunter Mountain Summer Skyride
The state-of-the-art Summer Skyride is a six-passenger Kaatskill Flyer detachable chairlift that will take you in comfort to the 3,200 foot summit of Hunter Mountain’s skiable terrain. From there, you can enjoy amazing views of the high peaks of the northern Catskills. On a clear day, in the distance you’ll see the Berkshire Mountains of Massachusetts and the Green Mountains of Vermont beyond the beautiful peaks that surround you.

Hunter Mountain Skyride

Little over an Hour Drive

Cooperstown Chamber of Commerce
It does not matter what first brought you to Cooperstown, be it the National Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum, Glimmerglass Festival, or a relaxing retreat on beautiful Otsego Lake. Once you are here, you will not want to miss all of the other attractions and recreational opportunities that make this region so special.

Cooperstown Chamber

Cooperstown Dreams Park
The home of the American Youth Baseball Hall of Fame promoting a high caliber of play, players twelve years and under, experience the purity of baseball as it was meant to be played! The Village of Cooperstown adds even more magic to the experience of our tournaments. Participants will have the opportunity to visit the National Baseball Hall of Fame, and attend baseball games at Doubleday Field, the legendary home of baseball, where the game began one afternoon in 1839.

Cooperstown Dream park

Baseball Hall of Fame
The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is an independent, non-profit educational institution dedicated to fostering an appreciation of the historical development of baseball and its impact on our culture by collecting, preserving, exhibiting and interpreting its collections for a global audience as well as honoring those who have made outstanding contributions to our national pastime.

Baseball Hall of Fame

The Clark Sports Center
Located on lower Susquehanna Avenue, one mile from the center of the village of Cooperstown, The Clark Sports Center represents a unique approach to health, fitness, and wellness. Since opening to the public in October of 1986, bringing together so broad a range of quality equipment, experienced staff, and professional programming. Everyone, from family groups to the most serious athletes, will find The Clark Sports Center an affordable pleasure.

Sports Center