Resorts, Cabins, and Campgrounds

In Hancock, our raison d’être is the idyllic lifestyle here in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains. It’s why so many people have lived here their entire lives… and it’s why so many people come for a visit and stay for a lifetime. For a truly unique and immersive Hancock experience, you’ll want to plan a stay at one of our wild and rustic upper delaware river resorts, cabins, or campgrounds. Here, you’ll find the best of the best options for an authentic rural adventure. You’ll love “roughing it” Upper Delaware River style!

West Branch Angler

West Branch Angler Cabins

Nestled in a sprawling 300-acre park-like setting along a 2-mile private section of the West Branch of the Delaware River, the West Branch Angler Resort is known as “The Premier Outdoor Destination in the East.” Stay in a sumptuously appointed log cabin and spend the day fishing on the East’s most productive wild trout fishery, shooting a round of sporting clays, or taking a riverside hike on one of their many groomed trails.

Bass Cabins

bass cabins

If you love to golf or cross-country ski, you can’t get any closer to your sport than this! Seven meticulously maintained, fully furnished log home cabins are situated throughout the French Woods Golf and X-Ski Resort, with another four cabins sitting high atop Bass Mountain overlooking the Village of Hancock and the Upper Delaware River. Come stay and play!

Delaware River Club

Delaware River Club

The Delaware River Club is an angler’s dream. Situated up close and personal to the West Branch of the Delaware River, you can practically fish off the back porch of the main lodge! A private 3-acre fishing pond for the kids, an in-ground pool, and hiking trails in this beautiful setting make the Delaware River Club an excellent choice for anyone looking to “get away from it all.”

Beaver-Del

Beaver-Del

The Delaware River Club is an angler’s dream. Situated up close and personal to the West Branch of the Delaware River, you can practically fish off the back porch of the main lodge! A private 3-acre fishing pond for the kids, an in-ground pool, and hiking trails in this beautiful setting make the Delaware River Club an excellent choice for anyone looking to “get away from it all.”

Solitude Campsites

Solitude Farms Campsites

MorningRise and BrookSide are two campsites located on The Solitude Farm, a 200-acre parcel of private land on a dead-end road just off the Cannonsville Reservoir. Camp with up to six friends or family members. There is nothing to set up, so bring food, bedding, toiletries, and a flashlight or two, and you’re set! Fresh spring water is provided for drinking and bathing, as well as firewood for cooking and camp fires. Canoes and a rowboat are available for rent to use on the Reservoir. Book your camping adventure by searching “BrookSide” or “MorningRise” at tentrr.com.

Kingswood

kingswood

Kingswood provides the perfect setting for families, couples, and friends to camp, hike the trails, swim, fish, boat, or just relax! Several camping options are available, from cabin tents with fully equipped kitchens to traditional bring-your-own equipment and RV sites. Kingswood is a Christian-oriented camp rooted in the United Methodist Church that offers family programs every day.

Buck-Horn Lodge

Buck-Horn Lodge

Located on the banks of the East Branch of the Delaware River, Buck-Horn Lodge offers seven fully equipped and heated rustic cabins available with one or two bedrooms, living/dining room, bathroom with shower, kitchen (stove, fridge, microwave), cable TV, and covered porch. Each cabin also has its own picnic table and fire pit, and their location is a hot spot for observing bald eagles and the occasional golden eagle. Guests can fish right in front of their cabin in the East Branch of the Delaware River. Buck-Horn operates seasonally throughout the Spring, Summer, and early Fall.

Oxbow Campsites

oxbow campsites

Oxbow is a family-oriented destination, with two playgrounds, a ball field, recreation hall, volley ball net, and some of the best fishing on the Delaware! Day use visitors are welcome as well.