Interested in a more leisurely pace? The Dove Trail's sculptures, created in honor of the 50th anniversary of the 1969 Woodstock festival at Bethel Woods, will guide you through charming main streets chock-full of independent retail shops, arts venues, farm-to-table eateries, and craft beverage makers.
Consider all-season outdoor adventures when visiting Sullivan County in southern New York State. After all, the nearly 1000-square-mile county spreads on the southern foothills of the Catskill Mountains. Likewise, there’s more to Sullivan County besides its nature parks, trails, and campgrounds. Established in 1809, this county also shares much of the great culture and history of New York State. Discover great points of interest in the 36 towns and village courts of Sullivan County.
“Touch matters, human connection matters,” says Katie Childs, director of wellness for Foster Supply Hospitality, which operates six hotels and five restaurants in the Catskills (New York’s Sullivan County). “As a society, we have a lot to unpack, we are all recovering from the world right now.”