Private campgrounds are once again permitted to be open, so if you're craving some social distancing in the woods, check out three located in Warren County: Camp Taylor Campground, Delaware River Family Campground (pictured), and TripleBrook RV & Camping Resort.
There are restrictions and not all facilities are open, but Camp Taylor reports their main bathhouses are open, and while the game room and playground are closed, there are still miles of hiking trails for overnight campers. Hunt for "fairy stones" around the camp, and there are coloriing pages and a walk in the woods check sheet for kids. TripleBrook is open for both seasonal campers and transient guests with their own self-contained campers. While their bathhouses and many amenities remain closed, you can get outside to enjoy some fresh air and open space. Many of their standard holiday activities have modified them to make them work in the current environment; for example, they are offering arts & crafts in a box – picked up and done on the camper’s site, ice cream truck – taking their ice cream cooler out through the park, and having a drive-in movie with a large 12-foot pop-up screen for cars only to allow for social distancing. Delaware River Family Campground is open for seasonal and transient campers and taking reservations.