|River lovers – don’t wait any longer to live your dream. You can own 97 acres on Campbell Island on the Hudson River – a waterfront treasure little known to the outside world, yet the largest, best piece of riverfront property left in New York State. Technically the southern part of a peninsula, Campbell is virtually an island on America’s premiere historic river.A once in a lifetime opportunity for waterfront real estate unparalleled.
Located in New York’s Capital Region, close to civilization yet a million miles away, Campbell Island on the Hudson is the perfect place for waterfront adventures, year round recreation, a family/corporate compound, training or meeting space, a getaway retreat, your heart’s content.
Here you can recharge your spirit, enjoy nature and experience the ever changing Hudson. Rest, fish, hike, bird watch, kayak, canoe, swim, or just be in your own paradise with friends and family while you fulfill your imagination, be it Indiana Jones action, Swiss Family Robinson simplicity, Huck Finn journeys, Great Camp Shangri-La.
Accessible by water, foot and air, and buildable by NYS Regulations, Campbell is very beautiful, nearly pristine and features 4750 feet on the Hudson next to 3000 feet of state riverfront and more frontage along a tributary creek, rare underwater rights (from 19th century letters of patent), scenic views, diverse topography including cozy coves and sandy beaches, trails through majestic woods, and an elevated extensive tree-covered plateau in the 500 year floodplain that tapers gently to the tip where the Papscanee Creek meets the river. Campbell offers ample waterfront on the Hudson River for motorized or sailing craft, a serene creek to the east for canoes and kayaks to explore, and quiet forests to wander in.
Located directly across the Hudson from the Town of Bethlehem park and boat launch, 10 minutes from Albany, off scenic Route 9J, in the Town of Schodack, upstate New York, Campbell Island is near amenities, airports, Amtrak, interstates, Saratoga; less than 3 hours from Boston, New York City, and Montreal. Schodack Island State Park and the Papscanee Island Nature Preserve are neighbors. Historic Van Wies Point is across the water too.
Come watch the world float by on the longest deep water channel in the world. Once home to the Mohicans, Dutch settlers and an icehouse, Campbell Island is quiet now, waiting to awaken as a most unique Hudson River destination more than 400 years after the river’s discovery by Europeans. Make Campbell yours. It will enrich your life and be your legacy.
Find out more about Campbell Island where waterfront dreams can come true! Visit this link to more photos and a PDF brochure to print out Click here to view “CAMPBELL PHOTOS”.
Call owner to discuss and arrange a visit, 518-477-6618 .
DISCLAIMER: I do not know the owner or expect a commission. Just doing this as a “good turn” so somebody might find it and enjoy it.