Kingston, NY dates back to the 1650's and is most importantly known for being New York's first capital. A historical event of the burning of Kingston took place in 1777.

This Ulster County, NY spot has deep historical roots and the oldest intersection in America as well.  According to Atlas Obscura,

"The Four Corners, as it's referred to by locals, at Crown and John Streets is the only intersection in America where the buildings on all four corners were built pre-Revolutionary."

Kingston, NY was also once referred to as Wiltwyck and recently, has also been mentioned as one of several Hudson Valley cities to be considered as a "pro-housing community".

Recently, the City of Kingston mentioned that they have an open call and are looking for their newest sculptor artist to help fill the greenspace at the New Post Office Park.

As Kingston, NY continues to grow and expand, new businesses have found a home in this historic, charming and inviting area.

A new business, Camp Kingston is now open in Kingston, NY.

What Is Camp Kingston In Kingston, NY?

Located in Ulster County, NY Camp Kingston mentioned that they are a

"Bar, Cafe, & Social Gathering Space" 

Camp Kingston made a post in August of 2023 on social media, announcing their business and when it was expected to open in the Fall. Camp Kingston mentioned that their location would have three spaces such as Canteen, The Studio and Mess Hall.

On site, there would be more than just food and drinks but games and art as well. Samuel of Camp Kingston shared a heartfelt story on their social media post about the opening of this business. Samuel explained that he grew up in the Hudson Valley Region and also attended summer camp in New York State at Camp Sequoia, which his family ran.

Over time, the idea of Camp Kingston was born and now is a place where guests can enjoy their time in Kingston, NY in this unique space.

What Are The Hours Of Operation At Camp Kingston In Ulster County, NY?




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According to Camp Kingston, their cafe is open from 7:30 am until 5pm daily. Their lunch options start at 11am and continue through 4pm, Wednesday through Sunday.

Camp Kingston's Bar is open 4pm until 10pm, Monday through Saturday.

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What's On The Menu At Camp Kingston In Kingston, NY?

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Camp Kingston has provided mouthwatering pictures of their food options on social media. Delectable food and drink options such as coffee, lattes, scones, sandwiches, pies, soups and more are available at this new eatery.

The idea behind Camp Kingston appears to be fun and exciting, a place where adults can visit and feel a sense of childhood, fond memories and make more with like minded people in a safe space.

What Does The Hudson Valley Think About Ulster County, NY's Camp Kingston?

Personally, I haven't been to Camp Kingston yet but the passion and love from this new business's pictures, messages and food options are inviting.

Social media users and Hudson Valley residents shared their feedback about Camp Kingston in the comments section of this business's Instagram posts.

"Congrats on such early success and high impact in the community! "


"First time there today. What a wonderful, welcoming place I found. We spent almost two hours and felt like we’d found a new safe place to chill and enjoy Kingston, our hometown. Thank you to all the team at Camp Kingston."


"so much love for ya'll ❤️❤️❤️"


"I love camp! ☕️❤️⛺️"

Camp Kingston is located at 36 St. James Street in Kingston, NY. 

What do you think about the business idea behind Camp Kingston? Will you visit their location in Ulster County, NY? Share more below.

How Many of Kingston, NY's Top 5 Attractions Have You Seen?

Trip Advisor has a list of top attractions in Kingston, NY. Play along and see if you have been to all of the top 5 attractions within Kingston, if not then add these to your travel list.

Gallery Credit: Allison Kay,

Here Are The 8 Best Things About Stewart's Shops According To The Hudson Valley

Everyone has a place that they enjoy visiting which makes them feel comfortable and like home. To me, Stewart's Shops has always brought those good feelings and excitement to visit. 

A poll was taken on WRRV's Facebook asking,
"What’s the #1 reason why you love Stewart’s? "

With over 40 comments on social media, Facebook users and Hudson Valley residents were eager to share their love for local Stewart's Shops.

Gallery Credit: Allison Kay, Facebook, Stewart's Shops

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