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 Minnewaska Photos
 yankeetown lake
 yankeetown lake
 yankeetown lake
 yankeetown lake
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 Quarries
 Big  Deep in Woodstock
Weyside Inn
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 Cooper Lake, Woodstock
 Cooper Lake, Woodstock
 Cooper Lake, Woodstock
 Cooper Lake, Woodstock
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 Fawn's Leap
2010 Woodstock FIlm Festival
 Holz Farm   Jennifer Holz
Redjen@hvc.rr.com
(845) 688-5212
 kenozia lake
 Kenzola Lake  Tonche Associates, Inc ℅ David Jones
Star: Rt 130A, Shokan, NY
 Kenzola Lake
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 Leaning Pine Location  Contact
Gregory Coster
568  DeWitt  Mills Road 
Kingston, NY  12401
845.339.7309
cell  917..647.2340
gregory@leaningpine.com
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 Olivebridge 1849 farm house
Contact: 
Greg Meola   
845.399.1417  Greg Meola gregmeola@gmail.com
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 Mohonk Moutain House
1000 Mountain Rest Rd 
New Paltz, NY 12561
(845) 255-1000
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 Camp Seewakamono
liannizzotto@ymcaulster.org

http://www.ymcaulster.org/camps-campseewakamono.html
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 Camp Seewakamono
liannizzotto@ymcaulster.org

http://www.ymcaulster.org/camps-campseewakamono.html
 Camp Seewakamono
liannizzotto@ymcaulster.org

http://www.ymcaulster.org/camps-campseewakamono.html
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 Willams Resort  Tim Allred at Tfallred@gmail.com or 845-625-9338.
 Winnisook Lake
Winnisook Lake is an artificial lake located in Oliverea, New York, United States. It is the source of Esopus Creek and the highest lake in the Catskill Mountains at 2,660 feet (810 m) above sea level.

The lake is the private property of the Winnisook Club, which expanded it with a dam so they could have a place to fish. This created some problems with hikers in the past, who would park along the neighboring stretch of Ulster County Route 47 and cross the club's property to reach state-owned Forest Preserve lands and climb the Catskills' highest peak, neighboring Slide Mountain. Crowds of hikers steadily increased throughout the 1970s, causing the club to consider closing what had long been one of the easiest ways to ascend the peak. New York's Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) solved the problem in the early 1980s by buying some land to the south of the club and building a new access trail over it.

The stretch of Route 47 next to the lake has the distinction of being the highest elevation improved public through road in the state.

The name, one of the few Indian place names in the Catskills, comes from Winnisook, the same legendary figure from whom the nearby hamlet of Big Indian and Big Indian Mountain draw their names.
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