What To Bring
Unless you arrive by personal boat, you will need to carry your belongings along the half-mile trail to the Lighthouse. For the ease of transport, travel light and pack your belongings in a small backpack or overnight bag.
- clothing appropriate for the season and forecasted weather
- waterproof footwear appropriate for wet or icy trail conditions
- slippers or light shoes for indoors
- toiletries such as toothbrush/toothpaste
- camera (optional)
- binoculars (optional)
- fishing tackle (optional)
- swim wear (in season)
- your favorite pastime (books, knitting, etc.)
- your favorite snacks and beverages
Linens, towels and wash cloths are provided. Soap, shampoo, and conditioner are also provided from dispensors in the shower.
Most cell phones get service at the Lighthouse, and a house telephone is available for emergencies. Free WiFi available; however, the connection speed is slow and with occasional service interruptions, so please download videos to your devices in advance if you plan on watching movies during your stay.
Please: NO high-wattage devices such as hairdryers. NO flammables such as candles. NO firearms.
Places to Eat
A hearty breakfast is provided as part of your stay. For other meals, you are welcome to use the kitchen stovetop and/or propane grill (no oven for guest use). You may also choose to dine at an area restaurant. With its eclectic mix of dining establishments, Saugerties is a gourmand’s delight. From fine cuisine to causal fare, you are bound to find something to your liking. Here are a few favorites of the Keepers. Tell them we sent you!
Miss Lucy’s Kitchen – American Farmhouse
90 Partition St, Saugerties Village 845.246.9240
Dutch Ale House – Pub Fare/Microbrews
255 Main St, Saugerties, 845-247-2337
New World Home Cooking – Global Heritage
1411 Rt. 212, Saugerties, 845-246-0900
Please consider dining at one of the many restaurants that have supported the Lighthouse this past year. See a list of our community supporters.
Things To Do
Historic, friendly Saugerties is known as the place where the Catskill Mountains meet the Hudson River. The region is rich in natural beauty and cultural history. Recreational opportunities abound. The list below offers a few highlights.
Ulster County Recreation
Ulster County REConnect
Museums and Historical Sites
Hudson River Lighthouses
Hudson River Maritime Museum
Opus 40 and the Quarryman’s Museum
Olana, the Frederic E. Church House
Cedar Grove, the Thomas Cole House
Clermont State Historic Site
List of Day Hikes
Rock Da Casbah