My sister and I stayed in a Journey Tent, with two beds in October when we went two years ago immensly enjoyed ourselves. So with everything going on this year, all cancel plans I had cancelled, and not bwing able to move freely about the country as I'm used to with everything going on with Covid and New York actually finally being in a stable place with it, the idea popped into my head to revisit the retreat. It seemed like a safe alternative to a much needed change of scenery and probably the safest option to traveling, being that I live in New York and so many states were now suffering with Covid. It was cold and raining, but my spirits weren't dampened. They have made some improvements since I was there last, including social distanced fire pits (there are 3 now), and a glass enclosure for events and movies. The food was spectacular and this time I got a Summit Tent, which included a private bathroom, free s'mores kit and a phenomonal continental breakfast deliveried straight to my tent. The staff could not have possibly been nicer. They were all very attentive and pleasant to deal with. Prices vary and it can get expensive, but it was literally a breath of fresh air. Plus there's all of Governor's Island's history to explore before the island closes at dusk. If you're on the fence about, do it. Trust me, you'll be glad you did.