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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…

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Wine Tours and Excursions in New York State

This wine-themed road trip will take you into the heart of the Catskills and the Hudson Valley, and through adorable mountain towns like Phoenicia, Mount Tremper, and Ellenville. It’s a drive that allows you to explore the area’s scenic byways and attractions entirely at your own pace.

Kick off your trip at The Vineyard at Windham in the northern Catskills. Their four-acre property offers views overlooking Windham Mountain Club. The cozy tasting room is outfitted with plenty of windows so you don’t miss a moment of those views. While you’re basking in the scenery, sip on their merlot, Riesling, or rosé, or try a wine they’ve sourced from within New York State.

Next, put on some good driving tunes and head south through the Hudson Valley to Christopher Jacobs Winery at Pennings Vineyard. Sample their award-winning wines while enjoying fresh air and mountain views. June marks the start of their Summer Live Music Series every Friday and Saturday from afternoon-sunset.

You’ll swing back into the Catskills on your next and last stop at the adults-only, dog-friendly Bashakill Vineyards. Their wines are vegan, made by hand, and organic or low-spray, and they specialize in wines aged in French and American oak barrels. You’ll remember you’re in the wilds of the Catskills with wine names like Red Fox, Coyote, and Black Bear. You’ll probably be ready for dinner by this time and can sample bites from Bashakill's rotating menu of fresh ingredients.

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You Won’t Be Roughing It at These Outdoor Resorts
Glamping tents, decked-out tree houses, vintage R.V.s: A handful of new or updated U.S. accommodations puts you in the middle of nature without stinting on comfort. This longstanding performance venue and site of the Woodstock festival in 1969 has begun offering glamping for eventgoers on its bucolic grounds, delivering a dose of nature and a quick walk to concerts at the Pavilion amphitheater. The luxury glamping tents come in three sizes for one to six guests. They have beds, bathrooms with showers, Wi-Fi, electricity, fans, portable heaters and outdoor decks. You’ll also receive free entry to the Museum at Bethel Woods, where you can travel back in time through exhibits about the legacy of Woodstock and the culture of the 1960s. In addition to the luxury tents, there are basic glamping bell tents (for one to two guests) with beds and power strips. Shared restrooms and showers are nearby. Other Pavilion camping options include bringing your own tent or checking into one of the property’s “stay-put RVs.” (There’s also a separate camping area called Best Road Camping for all types of vehicles and tents, less than half a mile from the Pavilion.) Prices for the new glamping tents are from $335 a night. To book, begin by clicking on your preferred concert on the website’s camping page.

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Where to Eat, Stay, and Play in New York’s Catskills
Nestled just 120 miles north of Manhattan, New York’s Catskills beckon with rolling storybook farmland, dome-shaped mountain peaks, and enchanting towns steeped in both history and creativity. The region is vast and magnetic thanks to scenic vistas, cascading waterfalls, and ever-evolving havens for city escape artists and nature enthusiasts alike. Here, purpose-driven farms offer roadside stands, while chic lodges blend seamlessly with historic villages revitalized by artistic flair. Galleries and small boutiques dot the landscape, showcasing a creative scene fueled by urban transplants and locals alike. Hotels, too, carry the region’s tradition with hearty fare crafted from locally sourced ingredients; Tannersville's Hotel Lilien reflects the region's commitment to sustainable and delicious dining experiences. In Callicoon, the Seminary Hill (and especially its Tasting Room) rounds out the journey with a seasonal menu that showcases the bounty of the Delaware River Valley, inviting diners to savor flavors deeply rooted in the Catskills' agricultural heritage.

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The Sullivan Catskills: Small Towns, Big Experiences
When one thinks of the Catskills, what comes to mind? Dirty Dancing?  Grossingers? Kutchers?  The Hudson River School of Arts?  Summer sleep away camps?  Perhaps these images call up old memories or curiosity about the Catskills of today. If so, there is so much more to know about this compelling destination just two to three hours from New York City — with its myriads of attractions and activities that cater to a wide range of interests. Known for its natural beauty, outdoor activities, cultural and culinary experiences, the Catskills, in southeastern New York, is home to 98 peaks— 705,000 acres of Catskill Park. Fun fact, did you know that this destination  provides 95% of the drinking water for NYC based on its rivers, streams, waterfalls, and eco-friendly environment? Here is a quick snapshot of some possibilities for the curious traveler:

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Glamping, the best destinations for a luxury and adventure holiday

Founder Keva Niver started Boheme Retreats with the goal of making the outdoors more inclusive . Located in a section of Covered Bridge Campsite, the motto here is “camping without being too basic.” Beautifully restored and dating back to the 1960s and ’70s, each of Niver’s five vintage campers is named after influential women of color in history. Outdoor spaces are furnished with cute umbrellas and camping chairs. Inside, artwork by women of color adorns the walls, while throw pillows, rattan trinkets, and patterned wallpaper take center stage.


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36 of New York State’s Hottest New Summer Openings
Take your concert experience to the next level and stay over at Bethel Woods! For the 2024 summer concert season (May-October), concert-goers can choose to pitch their own tent, glamp in style, or roll into Best Road Campground with the RV. This year’s concert lineup includes performances from Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo, Hozier, Lynyrd Skynyrd & ZZ Top, Luke Bryan, and more.

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Great 2024 Labor Day Activities in New York State
The Catskills have always been an attractive draw for all the natural beauty the region has to offer.  Travelers love not only being in nature but also enjoying the Catskills’ unique range of attractions! Admire bird’s-eye views of Windham Mountain from the scenic chairlift, afterward stop for a beverage and bite to eat at Cin Cin! Want to get out on the water? Try Lander’s River Trips, where you can rent a raft, canoe, kayak, or tube for a rejuvenating day on the Delaware River. Hiking in the Catskills is an amazing experience, especially if you set your sights on a waterfall, such as Vernooy Kill Falls (pictured)—one of the hikes featured in this guide to the Best Catskills Hiking Trails for Every Level of Hiker. You can also catch an outdoor concert at Bethel Woods (the original site of the 1969 Woodstock festival), sightsee with Rail Explorers, or splash around at Zoom Flume.

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Family Road Trip to the Mountains— NY’s Sullivan Catskills!
Are you yearning for a summertime family getaway packed with adventure, fun, excitement, and entertainment? Pack up the swimsuits, hiking boots, summer tees, and sunscreen. Then download the Go app on your phone and head to New York’s Sullivan Catskills. Located just a short 90-mile drive from New York City, the Sullivan Catskills is a versatile destination that has always been a hit with families. Engage in a diverse range of activities, from swimming to animal encounters, and explore the fascinating history of the area.

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The Kartrite Indoor Resort and Water Park is loaded with good, wet, fun— rain or shine. And it’s 84 degrees all year long. Villa Roma is a popular full-service resort that caters to families. Summer is popular for its pools and water features as well as its Pool Grill and Raw Bar. The Delaware River and its many liveries along the Upper Delaware River corridor offer rafting trips, canoes, and kayas, a perfect way to stay cool on hot summer days.

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Hemlock Neversink – Getting Close to Nature in the Catskills
Wellness—the holistic integration of physical, mental, and spiritual well-being, fueling the body, engaging the mind, and nurturing the spirit. It sounds terrific, but it’s not always easy to attain. However, you could consider visiting the restoration-focused retreat Hemlock Neversink, just two hours from Manhattan in Neversink, NY.
Having opened in the Fall of 2023, Hemlock Neversink is the newest edition to the Foster Supply Hospitality Catskill-based group behind several award-winning hotels and restaurants. The 34-room wellness destination sits on 230 acres. The Catskills, specifically the Neversink region, has long been a destination for rejuvenation and escape, with various lodgings catering to those searching for health and relaxation. Hemlock Neversink’s main building was constructed in the 1800’s. The rest of the property’s buildings took shape

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