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The hamlet of Parksville is nestled in-between green sloping hills, lined with trees and surrounded by picturesque farmland. With a location close to lakes, forests, and farmland, it’s the perfect place to escape from modern life and to enjoy spending time amongst a friendly, close-knit community.

Things to see

Parksville is a great area for hiking, and Long Pond is a family-friendly, relatively easy hike. It’s only two miles long, but you can enjoy stopping along the way to admire the tall trees, wade in the pond, or take a picnic to enjoy in an isolated spot. A short drive south of Parksville is Sonoma Falls, with 7 tumbling waterfalls, a quaint cider mill, and a country store stocked with homemade local products, it’s a beautiful place to explore, and there are both easy and moderate hiking trails to try. The area also has many maple syrup producers, some of which will allow you to tour the facilities, and you can grab some bottles to take home with you.

Hotels in Parksville

Those who wish to travel in Parksville and the surrounding areas will find plenty of cheap, friendly hotels and B&Bs around. Guests will enjoy complimentary breakfasts, laundry facilities, in-room DVD players, as well as cable television, microwaves and refrigerators, as well as high-speed internet. Many hotels also have views of the surrounding mountains, and offer facilities such as fireplaces, parking, barbeque grills, safe deposit boxes, and outdoor pools. You’ll also find hotels catering to business travelers, with complimentary WiFi, business centers, continental breakfasts, and free coffee.

Where to stay

Parksville is a small, pleasant hamlet with cafes and a few local businesses, so it’s perfect for those who are looking for somewhere charming and rural. The surrounding hills are perfect for hikers and explorers, and there are plenty of unspoiled, rugged areas. Within Sullivan County there are lots of smaller towns and villages such as Catskill, which is full of charming historic buildings, with natural waterfalls to be discovered amongst the wooded areas. Monticello is also a great day out with a raceway and charming small restaurants.

How to get to Parksville

Stewart International Airport is less than an hour’s drive away from Parksville, with rental cars available to hire. The Rhinecliff–Kingston Amtrak station is less than an hour and a half away, with services running between New York City, Montreal, Niagara Falls, Hudson, and Toronto. The nearest major city is Poughkeepsie, with bus connections and other major transport hubs.