Cat Camp started out of a desire to connect people with cats through adoptions, educational opportunities, and by promoting the efforts of small cat related businesses and organizations.
Our first event was held on March 11-12, 2017 at the Metropolitan Pavilion. 2018 details are coming soon.
We recognize that many people will be traveling to New York City for Cat Camp. Thank you so much for your commitment!
If you are having trouble with how to use the NYC subways to get to Cat Camp, please feel free to reach out to us! The Cat Camp staff is comprised of New Yorkers eager to help. Since Cat Camp falls on the weekend, we also recommend that guests refer to the MTA Weekender website for any changes in subway routes prior to the event: http://web.mta.info/weekender.html.
- On the No. 1 train, get off at the 18th St. stop. Proceed east to 125 W 18th St.
- On the No. 2 or 3 train, get off at the 14th St. stop. Walk uptown (north) to 18th St. and proceed east to 125 W 18th St.
- On the A, C, or E train, get off at the 14th St. stop. Walk uptown (north) on 8th Avenue. Turn right onto 18th St. Cross over 7th Avenue and continue towards 125 W 18th St.
Cat Camp currently does not have any discounted rooms at local hotels.
Nearby districts to consider for lodging (by distance):
Chelsea is NYC’s premier contemporary-art district and home of the famed High Line, which is always crawling with tourists and locals alike. The neighborhood is a mix of history, ritz, and glam and is perfect for those looking to stay in a more eclectic region of NYC.
The Flatiron District is a conglomerate of many high-end restaurants (including the Gramercy Tavern and ABC Kitchen) and great home goods stores. Mario Batali’s famous hybrid Italian marketplace, Eataly, is also right on the edge of the gorgeous Madison Square Park. Flatiron has a relatively quiet nightlife compared to other neighborhoods in NYC, but there is certainly no shortage of lounges and bars to connect with friends.
Greenwich Village and West Village
Greenwich Village is a cozy, residential area with bohemian roots. It is home to the Cherry Lane Theatre, the oldest running Off-Broadway theater in NYC, and Washington Square Park. Nightlife in the Village is bustling, which is no surprise with NYU as its neighboring institution. The district offers some of the city’s best comedy clubs and local musicians.
Manhattan Parking Group: 180 W 20th Street (646) 638-0695
Icon Parking: 16 W 16th Street (212) 242-9635
Rapid Park Industries: 124 W 20th Street (212) 627-7739
Sawyer Parking: 148-150 W 20th Street (212) 627-4505
Other parking location: 140 W 18th (cash only)