World class fishing on the Neversink River


Cuddebackville, NY
$170/night - Continue to Booking

Perched on a hill above the famous Neversink River, this campsite is a fisherman's dream. Famous as the birthplace of American dry fly fishing, the Neversink is a destination for fishermen from around the world.

The camp sits about 200 feet above the water on a forested hillside with many old growth white pine and oaks. There's a path leading to the water and the remnants of an old dam where there is now an excellent swimming hole and good bass fishing. Further down, you'll find the river, loaded with Brown and Brook Trout. Above the camp on the hill, there's a small orchard and fire pit for bonfires as well as a small creek for gathering water.

The 16-acre property sits next to a 250-acre park which winds along the river for about mile to the nearest town. There's a lovely view from the deck of a mountain across the river, perfect for watching the sunset and the migrating water birds above and below.

There's a MetroNorth/NJ Transit stop just ten minutes away. You can even take a cab!

  • Flea Market
  • Swimming
  • Fishing
  • Farmer's Market
  • Road Biking
  • Hiking
  • Wineries/Distilleries
  • Mountain Biking
  • Canoeing/Kayaking
  • Hunting
  • White Water Rafting
  • Golf
  • Horseback Riding
  • Rock Climbing
Access: Short-Walk
Seclusion: Nearby
  • Large Canvas Tent
  • Queen-Size Cot
  • 5 Person Dome Tent
  • Pet-Friendly
  • Firepit
  • Metal Grill
  • Picnic Table
  • 2 Lounge Chairs
  • 5 Gal Water Container
  • Dry Food Storage
  • Outdoor Camp Toilet
  • Outdoor Sun Shower
  • Inner Tubes For The River $20

    Big old school rubber inner tubes! We have six and they are perfect for lounging in the pond or floating the river.

  • Fishing Pole and gear $20

    Newly-updated rod and reel with plenty of gear: hooks, sinkers, bobbers, lures, etc.

  • Seasoned Firewood $20

    Chopped, seasoned for two years, oak firewood, as much as you need for your trip.


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