Riverfront Camp: Hunt, Fish, Boat, With Cabin & Income Potential

Description

Riverfront heaven:  it's not often you can get the chance to own your own sizable riverfront property on the Susquehanna River.  This former campground offers the new owner so much.  There is an existing cabin located by the river along with 4 former campsites with electric and sewer hook-ups, for family gatherings, camping trips with your friends or turn it into a nice income opportunity as a campground in beautiful Delaware County with 691 feet of riverfront.   The 1 bedroom, 1 bath cabin has a nice open living area and a wood stove for heat.  There is also a well pump shed nearby.   Or build your own dream home on one of the possible building sites this property has to offer and keep all the nature and river all to yourself year-round.  The property is mostly wooded with hardwoods, pine and hemlock and also has a nice small field.  Access if provided by a dirt road into the property down to the camp area.  On the river, there is a nice beach area where you could launch a boat or go fishing in the deep pools for Bass, Northern Pike, Walleye and a variety of other local fish.  For the Deer and Turkey hunter, there are multiple good locations for stands, as the deer enter and bed throughout this property. This private location is only minutes away from many outstanding amenities in the Oneonta, Cooperstown and Binghamton and surrounding towns.  In addition to renown hunting, fishing, snowmobiling, the area highlights also include baseball, museums, cultural and performing arts, and many different culinary delights of area restaurants, breweries and farms.

Property Details

  • Riverfront property on the Susquehanna River
  • Fishing - (Smallmouth bass, walleye, northern pike, among other species)
  • Canoeing/Boating
  • Campground
  • Cabin
  • Four former campsites with electric and sewer
  • Access road through property
  • Mostly wooded with some fields
  • Whitetail deer and turkey habitat
  • Approx. 17 minutes to Oneonta, 25 minutes to Oneonta Municipal Airport, 20 minutes to SUNY Oneonta & Hartwick College, 18 minutes to Cooperstown All-Star Village, 39 minutes to Cooperstown Dreams Park
  • Approx. 45 minutes to Cooperstown, Otsego Lake – 4046 acre lake, renown for lake trout, walleye and perch fishing, public beach, park & boating. National Baseball Hall of Fame, Fenimore Art Museum, NYS Historical Society, Farmers Museum, Brewery Ommegang and Glimmerglass Opera
  • Approx. 44 minutes to Binghamton, 14 minutes to Pine Hill State Forest, 27 minutes to Oquaga Creek State Park,
  • Approx. 1.5 hours to Albany, 2 hours 36 minutes to George Washington Bridge/NYC, 3 hours 55 minutes to Boston, 3 hours 20 minutes to Philadelphia

Covered Bridge Road, Lot#WP001
Unadilla, New York 13849