Sullivan Catskills Visitors Association Announces New App: Sullivan Catskills Go
February 3, 2022 – The Sullivan Catskills Visitors Association (SCVA) is excited to announce the launch of its brand-new app, called Sullivan Catskills Go. The app features the best of the best that all of the Sullivan Catskills has to offer, from lodging to restaurants to things to do.
“This app brings us into the modern era and is truly an asset to our visitors,” remarked SCVA President/CEO Roberta Byron-Lockwood. “As more and more travelers discover the Sullivan Catskills, this app will give them the best experience possible.”
The user-friendly interface guides people to find just what they are looking for. Menu options include “Stay,” “Catskill-icious,” “Explore,” “Places,” and “Events.” Under each tab are different categories. For instance, Catskill-icious features: Restaurants; Cafes and Bakeries; Breweries, Distilleries, and Wineries; and Farm to Table.
“We’ve cultivated our member businesses into one place, so it’s easy to find recommendations,” Byron-Lockwood stated. “Think of this as your guide to the Sullivan Catskills.”
The Sullivan Catskills are a legendary vacationland just 90 minutes from New York City. Since the 19th century visitors have flocked here to stay, fish, and relax. In 1969, half a million people came to Bethel, NY for the Woodstock Music and Arts Fair. Today, families, couples and friends of all ages come to enjoy all-season outdoor adventure, a lively arts scene, and farm-to-table cuisine.
The SCVA office and visitors center is located in Liberty, NY where you can stop by to pick up brochures, maps, and travel guides. Or check out the website at www.sullivancatskills.com. But say you’re out on the road looking for something to do, or a bite to eat. The app now makes it better and more convenient than ever. Using your location, the technology guides you to nearby attractions. It’s really as simple as opening the app and choosing what you want to find.
“We spent a long time creating an app that would enhance our visitors’ experience,” said Byron-Lockwood. “Whether someone is coming for a weekend getaway, a longer vacation, or even just a day trip, this will make travel easy and enjoyable.”
The Sullivan Catskills Go app is free to use and can be downloaded through Apple and Google; just search for “Sullivan Catskills Go.”