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Love Camelback? The Creators Are Building A New Indoor Waterpark in NY

This all-seasons hotel and indoor waterpark is blending the entertainment of Camelback with the luxury of the Catskills.


All photos courtesy of the Kartrite Hotel & Indoor Waterpark

The builders of the Camelback Resort are bringing NY’s soon-to-be-largest indoor waterpark to the Catskills. The Kartrite Hotel & Indoor Waterpark will open in Monticello, NY on the Resorts World Catskills property in early 2019.

Sitting on two acres, the hotel will feature 324 rooms while the year-round indoor waterpark will boast a barrel-shaped transparent Texlon roof, which means you and the kids can enjoy natural light no matter the season.

The waterpark will also feature living tropical plants and a mezzanine designed for upscale cabanas. “This unique architectural design creates the illusion of being outdoors, supplying natural light and promoting the growth of vegetation within the park,” according to Chris Hewison, Aquatic Development Group Project Executive.

Named after Camelback’s worldly explorer character Kartrite Van Der Berris, the Kartrite will also boast multiple restaurants, a spa, ropes course and an arcade. And if that doesn’t convince the kids, the waterslides, surf simulator, wave pool, lazy river and multi-level play and slide zone most definitely will.

Residing on the Resorts World Catskills property means the hotel and waterpark are a stone’s throw away from the Monster Golf Course and the Resorts World Casino Hotel, if putt-putt or poker is your thing.

The Kartrite will open at:

555 Resorts World Dr.
Monticello, NY 12701

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