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The Catskills

The diverse region of the Catskills in southern New York is a short drive from the NYC/NJ/CT metro area, Northeastern Pennsylvania, the Capital Region of NY, and western Massachusetts and Connecticut.

Click on the map to journey through the four distinct sub regions of the Catskills and explore all that awaits you.

Great Northern Catskills Travel

If you’re looking for a fun Catskills getaway, consider visiting Greene County!
Head to the Great Northern Catskills for a relaxing, yet exhilarating escape. From scenic drives and adventurous hikes to locally inspired cuisine and incredible history, get lost in the wonder of the Great Northern Catskills. Here are some of the region’s top places to go!

Where to Stay

If you’re looking for all-inclusive a-la Marvelous Mrs. Maisel…
  • Kick back and relax or participate in fun-filled activities, like fishing, golf, and shuffleboard, at Sunny Hill Resort and Golf Course in Greenville.
  • With unlimited activities, such as bowling, swimming, golf, and more, Winter Clove Inn in Round Top is perfect for your whole family.
If you’re looking for outdoor activities…
  • Relax in your well-appointed room after exploring in the mountains at Scribner’s Catskill Lodge in Hunter.
  • Explore miles of hiking trails and have s’mores by the campfire at the Glen Falls House in Round Top.
If you’re looking for unique…
  • Connect with nature, yet have all the comforts of home at A Tiny House Resort in South Cairo.
  • Experience glamping in one of Eastwind’s Lushna cabins and don’t miss a trip to the sauna.
  • Enjoy a chic stay at The Dewitt in Oak Hill, located on the Catskill Creek.
If you’re looking for camping…

Where to Eat

When you need some grub…
  • Find small and large plates featuring local ingredients at Jessie’s Harvest House in Tannersville—and bite into Hudson Valley roasted chicken or wild Scottish salmon.
  • Try a local brew and grass-fed beef burger at Athens Brewpub at Crossroads Brewing Company in Athens.
  • Sink your teeth into a fresh burger (vegetarian options available!) and follow it up with a shake at Mama’s Boy Burgers in Tannersville.
  • Enjoy classic American staples, along with Polish dishes at the New York Restaurant in Catskill.
  • Taste local flavors at the Windham Local Public House, a café, restaurant, and bar in Windham—enjoy your meal with live music on Friday and Saturday nights.
  • Get a home-cooked breakfast at Gracie’s Luncheonette in Leeds, offering all your favorites and more. Pimento cheeseburger anyone?

Where to Shop

When you want to bring a part of the Catskills home…
  • Browse shops like Magpie Bookshop and Mahalo on Main Street in Catskill. While you’re there, get a freshly brewed coffee or loose-leaf tea at HiLo Café.
  • Find unique Catskill gifts at the Catskill Mountain Country Store in Windham and Tannersville.

What to Do

For adventure lovers…
  • Hit the slopes at Windham Mountain in the winter or ride the mountain’s bike park in the summer.
  • Zoom down Hunter Mountain on the longest, fastest, and highest zipline canopy tour in North America with New York Zipline Adventure Tours—during any season!
  • With Bastion Falls, Ashley Falls, Kaaterskill Falls, and more, explore the Great Northern Catskills one waterfall hike at a time.
  • Bring your family to Mountain Top Arboretum in Tannersville or the RamsHorn Livingston Sanctuary in Catskill for a beautiful day in the great outdoors.
  • Considered New York State’s Mount Rushmore, hike to Pratt Rock in Prattsville to learn the history of Zaddock Pratt’s accomplishments in the Great Northern Catskills.
For casual explorers… No matter what you explore first, you’ll be impressed with the unique offerings of the Great Northern Catskills at any time of the year.

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