Livingston Manor

Livingston Manor, NY, is a vibrant and historic Catskills town set alongside the Willowemoc river. Located 100 miles north of New York City, “the Manor” is a perfect combination of outdoor splendor plus small town charm and hospitality. It is the birthplace of American fly fishing and the gateway to the Catskill Mountains!


The small town of Callicoon, New York, overlooks the tumbling waters of the Delaware River, surrounded by the deep forests and rolling hills of Sullivan County. Within a stone's throw of Pennsylvania – the state line follows the course of the river.


Narrowsburg is a quaint little town a quick drive away that is definitely worth exploring for its unique boutiques owned by a lineup of bold-faced names. The tiny main street holds adorable stores and tiny cafes.


Affectionately referred to as Trout Town, USA for decades! Roscoe is home to five of America’s top trout streams as well as numerous pristine lakes and plentiful reservoirs, making this an angler’s paradise.


In 1969, Bethel hosted the original Woodstock Music & Arts Festival that is now the site of Bethel Woods Performing Arts Center.

Cochecton Center

Home of the Cochecton Train Station, the oldest surviving station in New York State!

Greater Catskills

The Catskill Mountains lie in southeastern New York State. The area is known for the Catskill Forest Preserve, with its rich wildlife and hiking trails, and ski resorts including Hunter Mountain and Belleayre Mountain. The Hudson River School Art Trail includes the Thomas Cole National Historic Site in Catskill village, plus sites like Kaaterskill Falls and Sunset Rock, which inspired 19th-century landscape painters.
The Catskills