Snapshot of Winter at AutoCamp
Winter is one of our favorite seasons at AutoCamp, it’s the perfect season for a romantic getaway or solo weekend in nature– fewer crowds, fresh snowfall, crisp morning air, and cozy campfires make winter one of our favorite times of year to visit AutoCamp.
We’ve rounded up some of our favorite wintertime activities and offerings across all AutoCamp locations to make for the perfect winter weekend getaway: wake up with warming yoga in the Clubhouse, spend your day adventuring in the snow, and end the evening cozying up by the campfire under the stars.
Stay in a Cozy Cabin
Our Cabins at AutoCamp Yosemite and AutoCamp Catskills are a special experience during the winter months. Cozy and spacious, they are perfect for a family or friends getaway or just a little more room for the two of you. All of our Cabins and Airstreams are winterized, meaning you’ll always have a warm and toasty suite to come home to after a day of adventuring in the snow.
Wake up with Yoga in the Clubhouse
We offer complimentary yoga at every AutoCamp location, so you can warm-up and start your day off right with energizing yoga and meditation in the Clubhouse before hitting the trail.
Explore Snow Activities at AutoCamp Catskills
We’ve compiled an interactive list of our favorite snow sport destinations within driving distance from AutoCamp Catskills. From skiing to ice skating, we’ve got you covered with activities for all levels. Check out our AutoCamp Snow Sports Guide.
Enjoy Après–ski in the Clubhouse
Cozy up in the Clubhouse after hitting the slopes and enjoy an apres moment with our complimentary hot cocoa served from 4-6. (Pro tip: spike your cocoa with a shot from the Kitchen!) Warm up by the fire and play some board games with your loved ones or crack open a good book with a glass wine or a spiked hot cocoa. ´
Visit a Winter Festival
Explore the Woodstock Farm Festival Winter Market or Saugerties Snow Moon Festival for local farmers, producers, makers, and more. Interested in a day trip from AutoCamp, you can travel north to Lake George for their annual ice castle experience.
Stargaze and Cozy up by the Campfire
Round out your perfect wintery day with a meal over the fire. Grab a grill kit from the Kitchen and General Store (and don’t forget a s’mores kit!) and spend the evening cooking over the fire and looking up at the winter night sky.
Be sure to bring along your binoculars, because winter is the best season for stargazing. Long nights and cold air hold less moisture, which makes for incredibly clear night skies. With the sun setting early, it’s also an activity the whole family can enjoy together. If you’re feeling adventurous, head into Joshua Tree or Yosemite National Park for some prime sky-viewing locations. The parks are much less crowded during the winter months, which makes planning a stargazing adventure that much easier.