A love of maps and history led to this rally up the 1802 Schoharie Turnpike to the Old Stone Fort Museum in Schoharie, with a continuing route up the Schoharie Creek and a descent of the Kaaterskill Clove. Along quiet country roads we travel through rural hamlets and villages, and stop at museums in Gilboa and Prattsville. The Old Stone Fort Museum has an unrestored 1903 Rambler automobile in its collection, just like Ramblers that took part in the 1903 Auto Endurance Run which inspired the Catskill Conquest Rallies. We start at Dutchman's Landing Park on the Hudson River in Catskill with a breakfast at 10am on Saturday June 10th. This is a noncompetitive tour open to all cars from vintage to modern. It is for the pure enjoyment of driving our beautiful roads. The route is about 135 miles long and the fee is $100 per car.
4 launch ramps, BBQ's, port-o-lets, picnic tables, playground, benches, snack bar. Summer concert series.