The Schoharie Turnpike-Kaaterskill Clove Road Rally is a noncompetitive tour open at all cars that travels the historic Schoharie Turnpike to the Old Stone Fort Museum in Schoharie. We then follow the Schoharie Creek visiting museums in Gilboa and Prattsville, stopping at the Mountaintop Arboretum and Tannersville and then descend the Kaaterskill Clove. Our start is at Dutchman's Landing Park on the Hudson River in the Village of Catskill. We meet beginning at 9am for orientation and registration before heading out at 10am. The route is about 135 miles over beautiful rural roads and this is an event for the pure enjoyment of driving. Rally Master Robert Selkowitz created the Catskill Conquest Rally commemorating the 1903 Automobile Endurance Run and we will see an original 1903 Rambler at the Old Stone Fort Museum, the first car in Schoharie. Two Ramblers like it participated in the 1903 Endurance Run. The fee is $100 per car.
4 launch ramps, BBQ's, port-o-lets, picnic tables, playground, benches, snack bar. Summer concert series.