Caseybrook Valley Club is made up of a group of people who love the outdoors and adore the Adirondacks. We have hikers, fisherman, photographers, x-country/backcountry skiers, snowmobilers, ATV riders, mountain bikers, hunters and all around outdoor enthusiasts as our members. Our club lease provides us with exclusive year round access of 2100+ gorgeous acres of former Finch Pruyn forest land in the heart of the Adirondack Great range with access to the trails to Mt. Marcy, Lake Colden, Hanging Spear Falls and Allen Mountain in the old Tahawus area in the Town of Newcomb, N.Y.  Bordered by the Opalescent River, State land and the Opalescent Club, we have prime access to this part of the Adirondacks. Currently we have three camps and the ability to erect lean-tos for rustic camping. Full members enjoy year round access to all club property, while seasonal members can enjoy either winter or summer seasons.
    The club property is a easy to get to and can take miles off the hikes to Allen Mountain, Mt. Marcy, Lake Colden and, Hanging Spear falls. Overnight as well as day excursions are great options and easily executed as our camps are well located and comfortable year round.
    We are actively seeking additional members to share this great area with. Our club is located 4.5 miles off of the Tahawus Road in Newcomb, NY with the first gate being approx. 21.5 miles off exit 29 of the Adirondack Northway(Rt 87). Full memberships are $750.00/year, with seasonal memberships at $395.00 (seasonal memberships are either Winter season, for skiing, snowmobiling and winter camping Dec. 1 thru April 30th and Summer season from early May thru October 1).
    We are available for tours for those interested in taking a look at our little piece of the  Adirondacks and welcome your inquiries. Please feel free to use the 'contact us' page to get more information on your ability to enjoy this beautiful country.
At present, our web site is still under construction. We are making an effort to present you with as much information about the club and our corner of the Adironadacks. Please check this site later,
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