Roc-a-Hoo

Have you been dreaming about a private horse camp all to yourself, set in tall pines at the base of the picturesque Adirondack Mountains?

Roc-a-Hoo, where the “magic” happens is a very unique rustic cowboy/girl retreat with all the modern bells and whistles sprinkled with a 1950’s flair. The community areas boasts a modern maple kitchen, dinette opening to living room with corner stone fireplace and sliding doors overlooking the paddocks. The main bedroom has two extra long log twin beds. Additional sleeping spots include a comfy cosy daybed area and double sized futon in living room. Enjoy a hot shower in the modern bath with laundry facilities too. Step out to the covered porch and stone patio perfect with a glass of chardonnay watching your horses playing among the the tall pines. As with all our glamming camps Roc a Hoo is fully stocked with everything you need plus gas grill, Directv, unlimited internet, and fire pit with wood.

Horse Accommodations:
A spacious barn features large stalls, each opening out to electrabraid paddocks, tack room for your hay and gear, plus all those special tools for horsekeeping. Saddle up and enjoy a day of riding on sand based trails designed for horse use. Ride to Payne Lake where you and your horse can take a cool drink or enjoy a picnic overlooking the Independence River.

This truly unique property guarantees you and your pony the best ever horsey vacation. And as an added bonus it has a circular driveway that can accommodate big rigs without backing!

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"3rd year! We'll be back in the fall and same time next year. We love it here and so do our horses."

"Our first time to Otter Creek. Had a fantastic time! The trails are absolutely wonderful.... the creeks, the pine forest, the overlooks....just beautiful! Loved the cabin and the hospitality!"

"Sitting at the picnic table, drinking coffee, watching the horses, listening to the hermit thrush, thinking "this couldn't get any better!" But riding Frost Pocket- it got better! Thanks for the perfect stay!"