The New Glamping Resort of AutoCamp Catskills Is the Perfect Fall Escape

The mountainous region of the Catskills is the perfect fall getaway. The fall foliage of the area has been drawing campers for years from all over the USA. Nestled right at the epicenter of that ephemeral color explosion, the newest outpost of glamping resort AutoCamp is serving as the latest attraction of the area.

The Glamping Resort

Located at West Saugerties in New York, the Catskills glamping outpost is just four months old and is the youngest of the five resorts across the country, run by the AutoCamp Hospitality Group. Drawn to the myriad seasonal delights of the area, guests here have stayed in tents, cabins, and airstreams, amid the 37-acre soaring trees of the property. Surrounded by foliage galore, the clubhouse includes an open fire pit for guests to mingle. Every suite of the resort also comes up with its own outdoor setup, equipped with a personal fireplace, Adirondack chairs, and also an alfresco dining area. Fireside lounging in an intimate setting has never been better!

The Curated Experiences

The AutoCamp Catskills glamping resort offers an escape to the seasonal wonders of nature, coupled with bucolic yet refined living spaces and upstate hospitality. On most weekends, local musicians perform folksy-styled songs and dances in the resort. The glamping resort also arranges a climbing experience at the Shawangunk Ridge, one of the top destinations for outdoor sports in the country, for its guests. Novices can book seasoned climbing guides through AutoCamp for this outing. For those who prefer less adrenaline-inducing activities, there are a dozen orchards to visit in the fall to pick fresh apples. Reveling in the seasonal glory of the nearby pumpkin patches while sipping on homemade cider is a great option too. There are also several cultural offerings for the visitors to enjoy, which take place in Woodstock and other historic towns nearby.