Samuel F. Pryor III Shawangunk Gateway Campground
The Samuel F. Pryor III Shawangunk Gateway Campground is open and accepting reservations for the 2023 season!
Prices per campsite (up to two tents and four people):
- American Alpine Club or Mohonk Preserve members – $28 per night
- Non-members – $42 per night
Mohonk Preserve members use promo code: MohonkPreserve23 when booking your campsite. PLEASE NOTE – You will need to present your valid Preserve Membership card, or printed receipt if a new member and you have not received your card yet, upon arrival at the campground to confirm the discounted rate.
Not a current Mohonk Preserve member? Join or renew today!
To book your campsite, click here.
Created in partnership by the American Alpine Club, Mohonk Preserve, New York State OPRHP, and the Palisades Interstate Park Commission, the Samuel F. Pryor III Shawangunk Gateway Campground opened in 2015 as the first new public campground in New York State in over thirty years and is a major addition to the Shawangunk Mountains region’s lodging facilities. The campground is dedicated to the memory of Sam Pryor, an extraordinary conservationist whose life’s work included bringing this project to fruition.
The American Alpine Club and Mohonk Preserve are cooperatively managing the campground. Campground amenities include a pavilion and cooking area, bathhouse and restroom facilities, and circulation trails. There are 26 drive-in spots (one vehicle per site) and 24 spots with remote parking. These sites accommodate up to two tents (and four people) per pad. Additionally, there are 5 camp-in-vehicle sites for cars or vans with a 2-person maximum. Recreational vehicles are not permitted.
Campers may access Mohonk Preserve, New York State’s largest nonprofit nature preserve, via a connector trail to the Preserve’s Visitor Center and historic carriage road network for world-class rock climbing and bouldering, hiking, mountain biking, trail running, and nature exploration. Memberships and day-use passes are available at the Visitor Center and all Preserve trailheads.
Banner photo by Nora Scarlett