Wow!! Camping without a car? No camping gear? No problem! Welcome to Malouf’s Mountain Sunset Campground, a hike in, hike out, fully catered camping resort. We can supply you with almost everything needed to have a relaxing stay in the woods.
Whether coming from the south or north, enjoy a scenic train ride on the Metro North Hudson River Line. From the Beacon train station we will take you to the hike of your choice. Hikes range in duration from a half hour to five hours. While you hike in to the camp, enjoying the views, we transport your gear to the campground and place it at your site for your convenience.
Upon arrival, the first thing you’ll notice is the privacy of each site. You will find your fire pit for cooking. You will see your covered platform which is especially nice because you’re not stuck in your tent if it rains. There is also a cover over your fire pit. You can bring your tent or rent one of ours. Then, there is our chow box – it has everything you will need for your stay, from pots and pans to a pad of paper and a deck of cards.
We also have primitive sites for the more adventurous camper. For these, you bring all your gear.
In either case, wait until you see the bathhouse – hot showers on one side, flush toilets on the other, and in the middle, sinks for cleaning up and sinks for dishes. There are also two dryers in case your gear gets wet.
Of all the phrases used in our guest book to describe the campground, the phrase most used is “WE’LL BE BACK.”
So, what are you waiting for? Come stay with us. Just give us a call at 845-831-6767 or send us an email.
On Monday, June 19, Martin Luther School in Maspeth is hosting their 10th annual golf outing. The outing is at Douglaston Gold Course & Manor. 1PM shotgun start followed by a dinner reception.
Jon Kablack, Vice President of GCOP & longtime coach of MLS’ baseball and basketball teams is one of 3 community leaders being honored at the event.
Maspeth Federal Savings and Jim Von Eiff of StateFarm are corporate sponsors of the outing.
Contact Chris Brown at 718.894.4000 ext. 221 to enter your foursome, inquire about sponsorship opportunities, or to find out more information.
Photo courtesy OHNY
Ever wondered what the inside of the massive DSNY Central Repair Shop complex looked like? Well thanks to Open House New York, now is your chance.
On Wednesday, June 14, from 7-9 p.m., DSNY and nonprofit group Open House New York is hosting a tour of the largest largest municipal vehicle and building repair facility in the nation.
The facility, located at 52-35 58th Street is home to the thousands of trucks and street sweepers.
Tickets go on sale on May 31. It’s $10 for OHNY members and $20 general admission. Get your tickets here.
Maspeth native Bryanna Geiger, a senior at Loyola School, has been accepted to and will attend Columbia University this fall. She plans to study engineering.
At Loyola school, Geiger was involved in many extracurricular activities. She participated in Blue Stamp Engineering, a summer program that provides hands-on experience with robotics, coding and 3-D design.
She volunteered on Saturday mornings for the school’s “Brownbaggers” group, a charity that distributes to the homeless in Tompkins Square Park.
Geiger is the recipient of the Magis Award, one of the most distinguished honors for a Loyola student. It is given to a student who has made Loyola “a better place” by example and charity.
She completed five honors classes and six Advanced Placement courses.
A Maspeth man is wanted for questioning in connection with a room for rent scheme targeting Polish speaking individuals.
The suspect, 26-year-old, Karol Krzewski, is listed at approximately 5’10”, weighing 210 pounds. His last known address was 60-11 56th Road.
According to police, he advertises on the Polish website Bazarynka under the name “Karol” or “Filip.”
Anyone with information regarding Krzewski’s whereabouts is urged to contact Det. Filip Glowa, (718) 386-2723 or Detective Buruea Queens North at (718) 520-9200.
All are invited to ‘Hoops For A Cure: The 2nd Annual P.O. Patrick Winberry Memorial Charity Basketball Game’ at Maspeth high school on Saturday, May 20th, from 1PM-4PM.
Come watch the Maspeth High School friends & family team take on the NYPD team in a full-court basketball game.
“We are very excited to play against NYC’s finest. Come support and help raise money for Cancer Research by spectating or by participating. ” said Head Varsity basketball coach, Anastasia Bitis.
Click here to participate and/or join. Suggested donation for attendees is $2. All proceeds benefit Relay For Life, Middle Village.
To celebrate Mother’s Day, The Maspeth Pizza House is offering all Moms a free glass of wine and dessert with her entree on Sunday.
“As it is our first Mother’s Day in Maspeth, we want to honor this special day by treating all of the hard-working moms in the community,” said co-owners Lou Selamaj and Rich Adamiak.
The Maspeth Pizza House is located at 55-60 60th Street in Maspeth. It is in the same parking lot as McDonalds. Wood fired pizza, Italian entrees, full bar, large flatscreens. Perfect setting for Mother’s Day? We think so. They deliver & cater: 718.326.1222.