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216 Foordmore Rd, Kerhonkson, NY 12446

(845) 626-5641


Dining Room
The Soyuzivka Dining Room is located in the Main House. (during the spring and winter season, please see our Events page for availability).

Hiking or Mountain Biking
Hiking and mountain-biking has never been better at Soyuzivka. A new trail adds almost a mile of advanced terrain to our four-mile long, five-trail system. Ask about guided hikes, whether on or off-property, special wine & cheese hikes, organized bonfires and outdoor photography clinics.

Conference Rooms

We have multiple rooms for conferences ranging in size from small to large groups.

Tiki Bar & Trembita Lounge
Both Tiki Bar and Trembita Lounge are located in the Veselka Pavilion. The Tiki Bar is situated next to the pool area and is a great place to grab a quick drink and a bite in the fresh mountain air. Trembita Lounge is located upstairs just off the Veselka Patio and offers a rustic Carpathian ambiance great for intimate evenings.

Swimming Pool (Summer Season)
Our Olympic size pool is open daily for our guests to enjoy from Memorial Day through Labor Day.

Tennis Courts
We have six tennis courts located below the swimming pool.

Gift Shop and Cafe
The Soyuzivka Gift Shop and Cafe is located in the Main House. The Gift Shop and Cafe has many Ukrainian favorites including traditional embroidered items, paintings, pysanky (Ukrainian Easter eggs), t-shirts and more.

​Hockey Rink
The hockey rink offers fast-paced action, for roller-bladders, skateboarders or street hockey players.

Volleyball Court
The sand volleyball court is located next to the hockey rink.

Q Snack Bar (Summer Season)
The Q Snack Bar is located on the Veselka Patio. They serve a variety of food from chicken wings and cheeseburger sliders to candy and ice cream.


Soyuzivka is an iconic location that has, for generations, allowed Ukrainians everywhere to come together and celebrate Ukrainian history and culture.

Thank you for your continued support of and contribution to our beloved Soyuzivka, which means so much to us.