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Copake Camping Resort

2236 County Rd 7, Copake, NY 12516

Listing Price: $12,000,000

Cap Rate
8.34%
Number of Spaces
249
Lot Size
123.87 acres
Occupancy
91.0%
Price/Space
$48,193
Spaces/Acre
2.01
Year Built
1980

Investment Overview

Located just two hours north of New York City and three hours west of Boston, the Copake community has a deep history, grounded in agriculture. Today, as in the past, this community is warm and welcoming. Made up of many residents whose families go back generations, the Town of Copake is also enriched by newer residents, as well as many seasonal and weekend residents—many of whom have called Copake their second home for decades. Whatever the season, there is always a reason to visit Copake and the surrounding Roeliff Jansen community. Located less than 10 miles from Connecticut and Massachusetts, there are numerous sights for travelers to enjoy while staying at the camping retreat where three states meet. Some of the most popular travel destinations in the area include: • Catamount Adventure Park: one the best mid-sized ski areas on the East coast and offers the most varied terrain in southern New England! Catamount has expanded its year-round offerings with the addition of the Catamount Zip Tour featuring the longest dual zip line in the USA at 5,523 feet. • Bash Bish Falls: Bash Bish Falls is the highest waterfall in Massachusetts and a popular scenic destination. The dramatic final pitch of Bash Bish Brook drops about 80 feet into an emerald plunge pool. • Lime Rock Park: a natural-terrain motorsport road racing venue - the nation’s third oldest continuously operating. From the mid-1990s onward, Lime Rock has seen everything from the ground-pounding NASCAR stock cars and modifieds to the technological tour de force ALMS prototypes - The “greenest” racing in North America. • Tanglewood: One of the world’s most beloved music festivals, Tanglewood is the famed summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and its training academy, the Tanglewood Music Center, as well as the Boston Pops. In a typical summer, Tanglewood welcomes more than 350,000 visitors to performances, recitals, and seminars.

Investment Highlights

  • Opportunity to Add an Additional 20 Sites Day One and Approximately 50 Acres Available for Development
  • Multiple Income Streams
  • Management Open to Staying Onboard
  • 198 Seasonal Sites Booked Annually with a 91% Occupancy Currently, 31 Transient Sites, and 20 Cabins
  • Extensive Amenities Including: Limited Access Gates, General Store, Pool, Recreation Hall, Dog Park, Restrooms Laundry Facilities, and Cable on every site

Exclusively Listed By

Broker of Record

  • John Horowitz

    Broker of Record

    (718) 475-4300

    License(s) NY: 10311204479

    New York

RV Park

Copake Camping Resort

Listing Price: $12,000,000

Cap Rate
8.34%
Number of Spaces
249
Lot Size
123.87 acres
Occupancy
91.0%
Price/Space
$48,193
Spaces/Acre
2.01
Year Built
1980

Investment Highlights

  • Opportunity to Add an Additional 20 Sites Day One and Approximately 50 Acres Available for Development
  • Multiple Income Streams
  • Management Open to Staying Onboard
  • 198 Seasonal Sites Booked Annually with a 91% Occupancy Currently, 31 Transient Sites, and 20 Cabins
  • Extensive Amenities Including: Limited Access Gates, General Store, Pool, Recreation Hall, Dog Park, Restrooms Laundry Facilities, and Cable on every site

Investment Overview

Located just two hours north of New York City and three hours west of Boston, the Copake community has a deep history, grounded in agriculture. Today, as in the past, this community is warm and welcoming. Made up of many residents whose families go back generations, the Town of Copake is also enriched by newer residents, as well as many seasonal and weekend residents—many of whom have called Copake their second home for decades. Whatever the season, there is always a reason to visit Copake and the surrounding Roeliff Jansen community. Located less than 10 miles from Connecticut and Massachusetts, there are numerous sights for travelers to enjoy while staying at the camping retreat where three states meet. Some of the most popular travel destinations in the area include: • Catamount Adventure Park: one the best mid-sized ski areas on the East coast and offers the most varied terrain in southern New England! Catamount has expanded its year-round offerings with the addition of the Catamount Zip Tour featuring the longest dual zip line in the USA at 5,523 feet. • Bash Bish Falls: Bash Bish Falls is the highest waterfall in Massachusetts and a popular scenic destination. The dramatic final pitch of Bash Bish Brook drops about 80 feet into an emerald plunge pool. • Lime Rock Park: a natural-terrain motorsport road racing venue - the nation’s third oldest continuously operating. From the mid-1990s onward, Lime Rock has seen everything from the ground-pounding NASCAR stock cars and modifieds to the technological tour de force ALMS prototypes - The “greenest” racing in North America. • Tanglewood: One of the world’s most beloved music festivals, Tanglewood is the famed summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and its training academy, the Tanglewood Music Center, as well as the Boston Pops. In a typical summer, Tanglewood welcomes more than 350,000 visitors to performances, recitals, and seminars.

Exclusively Listed By

Broker of Record

  • John Horowitz

    Broker of Record

    (718) 475-4300

    License(s): NY: 10311204479

    New York

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