FREE Mini Golf at So-Hi
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1-845-687-7377 or e-mail
Shallow Water. No Diving.
Two or more adults, 18 or older, must be present at the pool when the pool is in use, with one adult on the pool deck. Never Swim Alone. There is NO lifeguard. Children 16 and under must be accompanied on the pool deck by a responsible adult at all times. CPR mask and first aid at the office and in the pool shed. EMERGENCY CALL 911. Phone at Office.
No running, NO glass. NO food. Pool hours 9 am to 8 pm.
Remember: Life preservers are for emergencies only and not to be used as general flotation!
Come Catch a Wopper at So-Hi
Swim in our large pool, play mini golf, shoot pool, shoot hoops, do your laundry, swim, sunbathe, cook over an open fire, sleep, check your email, hike, bike, wander around, paddle boat, play horse shoes, read, pray, listen, laugh, chat, catch fish.
> Play Volley Ball on Our Court
> Have Fun in the Kid's Playground
> Shoot Hoops on our Basketball Court
> Play a Round of FREE Mini Golf
> Enjoy our Video Game Room
> Use the Coin Laundry Facilities
> Watch A Movie on our Big Screen
> Play Horseshoes
> Fish and Paddle Boat on our Pond
> Hike or Jog local paths and roads
> Enjoy Nature
> Hike at the local state parks
> Bike the many back roads and parks
> Enjoy the Ice Cream Socials or Sunday Pancake Breakfast
> Read a book while relaxing by our pond fountain
What to do at So-Hi Campground RV Camping & Tenting
So-Hi often Offers Weekend Breakfast to all our Campers!
FREE Paddle Boating at So-Hi
Ice Cream Socials at So-Hi
Attn: Mushroom Hunters
So-Hi is a mushroom hunters haven! We have a large variety of wild mushrooms around the camp and surrounding forest! Come find your favorites.
Do Your Laundry
So-Hi Campground is remotely located in a low light pollution area of the Hudson Valley, ideally suited for celestial star gazing! We invite our camping friends to experience what it was like for primitive people before our sky’s were filled with man made light. Those who bring a telescope are treated to a spectacular view of our northern sky's unavailable to city or urban dwellers. Late at night, especially on a moonless night, just turn out your flashlights and lanterns and let your campfire die down, then turn your eyes skyward for what is sure to be a once in a lifetime experience!