From the beginning, they came for our fresh air, water, cool summer breezes, snowy winter slopes, and year-round spectacular scenery. Writers and influencers have found much to love in Sullivan Catskills, here’s what they have to say…
For weary New Yorkers, traveling Upstate for a weekend comes with certain expectations: charm will ooze from every wall of their accommodation, craft beverages aplenty will be consumed, and nature will feature prominently in the itinerary.
From where I’m standing, rows of apple trees stretch down the hillside toward the Delaware River with only the spire of a century-old seminary to obstruct my view of the valley below. As far as picturesque places for a cider tasting, this has got to be up there.
Located in Sullivan County, New York, in the Catskills region and within The Eldred Preserve, access to all of this land means opportunities for guests to enjoy outdoor activities like catch-and-release fishing, kayaking, paddle boats, and row boats on a private lake.
The Catskill Mountains’s Borscht Belt glory days are long gone, but its Brooklyn Belt days are just beginning. The pandemic has accelerated an embrace of upstate living from the former city-dwelling crowd, with its cheaper housing, pastoral spaces, and domestic tranquility.
Looking for a weekend road trip with a bit of culture thrown in for good measure? Head to Forestburgh Playhouse in — you guessed it — Forestburgh, New York, for a one-night-only outdoor concert on Friday, June 18, from our favorite scantily-clothed duo, The Skivvies.