In walking distance from our Bungalow, you will find Pratt Rock Park.  Pratt Rocks climbs to 1,519 feet (462.99 meters) above sea level and it's dedicated to Zadock Pratt, a man from the early 1800's who had the largest tanning operation in the world at the time. It's a historical place. Rocks have carvings that represent milestones in Pratt's life who managed to start an amazing business and make a town prosper as a result.
You will find interesting chairs and benches carved from rocks along the way, and the view from the top would make a good picnic site. Dogs are welcome on the trails and throughout the park.

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Just 2 Miles from us you will find Red Falls, an unincorporated community in the northwestern corner of Greene County. Red Falls lies on Batavia Kill about two miles upstream of Prattsville and about half a dozen miles upstream of Gilboa Reservoir. The reservoir lies at the juncture of Greene, Delaware, and Schoharie Counties.

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