Large bookstore with over 50,000 books, both used and scarce books and award-winning new books, and includes a large selection of 19th and 20th century children's books. Additionally, a large collection of Jazz records and CDs as well as a collection of over 40,000 vintage postcards from various New York locales are available.
Large family-owned market with great food and great wine, including a cheese room, excellent sandwiches, a wine shop, bakery, and grocery filled with specially selected items.
U-pick blueberries and frozen berries for sale.
Purchase maple products and learn about the process of making them. Open to visits throughout the year.
Serving "feel-good" food in a cozy space. The menu is a mix of global and family inspired dishes, with a constantly changing, farm-to-table menu.
1869 landmark beacon lighthouse located in the Hudson River. Bed and breakfast accommodations, public tours, and special events.
Ski resort combining small-town Catskills charm and 21st century ambiance, with 54 ski trails totaling 285 skiable acres. Night skiing on 50 acres and 9 trails. In addition to skiing, the mountain resort offers a golf course, inn, alpine spa, adventure park, lift-served mountain bike park, and 3 restaurants and various aspects of the resort are open in all seasons.
One of the most popular agricultural fairs in Upstate New York. Features livestock shows, 4-H displays, art displays, a midway with rides and games, and the ever-popular demolition derby.
Rural barn and farm where farming, food, and design combine for creative exchange around the table. They offer intimate gatherings throughout the farm season, events, a farm stand, and showcasing of local artisan goods in the 19th century barn, and pop-up markets and farm stands.
This New York State Historic Site, the former home and studio of Hudson River School artist Frederic Edwin Church, is one of the most visited sites in the state, featuring the unique house named "Olana", with it's mix of Victorian architecture and Middle-Eastern decorative motifs, eclectic furnishing collected from around the world, and the carefully curated surrounding landscape and views. The house is essentially just as it was in the late 1800s, complete with the entire contents of the house and Church's many collections of art and artifacts collected during his extensive world travels.
Retro modern rustic house for rent located in the Catskill Mountains on 8.5 acres of forest and along a large creek. Large space indoors and outdoors.
Traditional small town diner, serving delicious breakfasts and lunches in a cozy atmosphere.
Historic 19-room inn within Catskill Park. One mile of private fly-fishing, 40 miles of trails for hiking and cross-country skiing, tennis courts, indoor pool, and ice cream parlor, as well as meals that are ingredient-driven and locally-sourced.
Pick out your Christmas tree and cut it yourself.
Produces Vly Creek Vodka from apples and wheat; tours and tasting; bar with signature cocktails, available to host large tours for special events; kid's room off cocktail lounge; assortment of branded merchandise and souvenirs for purchase.
Full-time maple syrup operation, featured in the New York Times.
Cozy breakfast and lunch place and motorcycle repair shop.
Farm stand open year round, selling pure maple syrup, maple cream, maple sugar, and gradulated sugar; Annual Maple Weekend open houses each March
New York State Park with numerous hiking trails, horse trails, a pond with boat rentals, and a camping area. In winter, there are several trails that are perfect for cross-country skiing and snowmobiling.
Purchase maple products, annual open house.
Organic, handmade, 95% locally sourced wedding and event catering. Traditional Sicilian cuisine or a customized menu.
Historic working mill and museum; guided tours and group tours; special celebrations and festivals throughout the year: Ice Harvest Festival, Independence Day Celebration, Woodsmen's Festival, and Free Family Saturdays
A variety of maple products, pizza nights on Saturday during spring, summer, and fall.
American and Italian style pizza, pasta, hot and cold subs, stromboli, and various chicken, veal, and seafood entrees.
Stay in a slightly rustic but modern thipi (teepee) located in a beautiful valley with rolling hills. During your stay you can also hike around the surrounding property and enjoy campfires.
Maple syrup, maple cream, maple jelly, and maple sugar for purchase; school and group tours; participates in annual Maple Weekend in March.
Comforting, family recipe style food within a renovated comforting house, based on the historic concept of an eating house. Simple dishes made of simple ingredients.
Featured in Jetsetter as one of the "9 Best Restaurants in the Catskills and Hudson Valley".
Annual Maple Weekends: visit the farm and tour, as well as pancake breakfasts throughout March; schedules school and group tours; sells pure maple syrup, maple granulated sugar, and maple cream
Modern family tavern atmosphere with upstate beers and locally sourced foods.
A vintage clothing shop focusing on fun and useful clothes that are curated for each season.
Alderney cheeses, premium meats, and "moonshine" maple syrup. Farm store open daily year-round.
Beautiful yet simple rooms located on the historic Saratoga race course. Each of the 12 rooms has splendid views and the hotel is a short bike ride to downtown Saratoga Springs. Bar open to the public.
Artisan fresh and dried pasta made with 100% NY-grown wheat and ingredients sourced from local farms. Pasta dinners on-site Friday and Saturday evenings.
Restaurant, bar, and rooms and suites for rent located in two historic properties. In the restaurant and bar you'll find craft cocktails, light bites, and seasonal culinary offerings. Various lodging options are also offered, from unique guestrooms and suites located at the Merchant's House, a historic property; guest rooms and suites located in the same 1830s Mansard style building as the restaurant, and Annex Suites with full kitchens.
Traditional but modernized dinner serving fresh food sourced from the Catskills and Hudson Valley, with classic diner favorites, occasionally with a modern twist and seasonal and local fresh ingredients. Breakfast served all day.
Large collections including poetry, women's history, women's studies, history, and a wide variety of children's and young adults books, classics, and series.
Modern restaurant and bar featuring American dishes from all corners of the USA. Craft beer and cider on tap and a large bar. Casual family dining, live local music, and plenty of open mic nights and other events throughout the year.
Hotel and restaurant located in the heart of the Catskills offering lodging and farm fresh, tavern foods for a weekend trip or one night getaway. Access to excellent local skiing, hiking, kayaking, and fishing.
Non-profit organization located in a historic church built in 1850 and dedicated to arts programming and presentations. Each year, provides a venue for talented artists and performers from all over the world.
International cafe with cuisine ranging from Turkish to Malay to Indian, as well as classic European and American cuisine. Every Tuesday night there is an always changing tapas menu.
Curiosity shop with antiques, natural wonders, and art, this is the upstate extension of a New York City shop. Rotating displays of the proprietor's latest finds, including taxidermy, vintage photos, prints and charts, art, and other special finds. Open weekends throughout the summer.
A large collection of antiquarian and uncommon books, filling three floors. Most books are from prior 1850, though some are more modern and recent.
Seasonal market with area farmers and artisans. Locally grown foods including pasture raised meats, trout, cheeses, and breads and locally crafted indoor and outdoor furniture, jewelry, and artwork.
Seasonal BBQ restaurant serving barbecued chicken, ribs, and steak as well as pizza and desserts.
Large book collection ranging all subjects and various languages, as well as ephemera, local and global maps, bookends, and fine art prints.
Sells pumpkins, winter squash, gourds, corn stalks, and sun flowers. Edibles and decorative items, as well as fun fall displays.
Mercantile shop selling upscale bedding and lifestyle products. Quality, fair trade goods, many created by artisans around the world, as well as monthly rotating pop-ups in the atrium.
Farm (which you are welcome to visit) store and stand, with poultry and meat, eggs, produce, and handcrafted items, as well as farm stays. Stay on the farm and help or watch work in the fields and barns.
U-pick blueberries, Patriot and Blue Crop variets. 100% blueberry wines.
Former railroad bridge, rebuilt and reopened in 2009 as a pedestrian bridge over the Hudson River. The bridge is 212 feet above the river and includes a 1.28 mile linear park with scenic views of the Catskills and the Hudson Highlands, which can be enjoyed on foot or on bike.
Unique botique motel resort with varied thematic rooms and a simple spa.
A safe and fun mountain for both families and extreme skiers that has become a model in the ski industry. Over 50 trails, parks and glades, and 8 lifts. During the summer, the mountain is open for visits to the beach, biking, weddings and special events, hiking, sky rides, and various concerts.
A modern, Mediterranean bed and breakfast offering a luxury escape in the Catskill Mountains.
Gift store located in an English cottage, selling items for the house and body, including new, handcrafted, and vintage items, as well as yarn and roving from sheep raised on the property. Visitors are welcome to visit the chickens and sheep.
Scratch-made fast food restaurant, where everything costs less than $10 and is made in less than 10 minutes. All meats are all-natural, beverages are made with cane sugar, and everything is made fresh each day.
Garden center, farm store, and seasonal Mexican restaurant. Farm tours. Fresh U-pick strawberries, raspberries, and blackberries in summer.
The Catskills home of John Burroughs (American naturalist and essayist), also owned by Henry Ford for a period; National Historical Landmark with free tours the first weekend of each month May through September. "Wild Saturday" events each month.
Handcrafted beer, voted the best craft beer in New York, large tasting room, brewery (guided tours), and gift shop open to the public, as well as events throughout the year.
Casual but sophisticated wine bar in a former barbershop, serving natural wine, beer, cider, cheese, meats, and savory snacks.
Modern cabin that is close to the town center yet secluded and quiet. Perfect for a quiet weekend away.
Organic cidery and apple orchard located in the Hudson Valley with U-pick apples, a tasting room, wood-fired pizza and tapas, and a small store with locally made items.
Rails to Trails trail for biking, hiking, cross-country skiing, and horseback riding with a gentle grade and durable surface winding through stunning Catskill Mountain terrain.
A 200 year old working farm in the Rondout River valley, this orchard's fruit is sustainably grown. A wide variety of classic apple varieties are available for U-pick in the fall and the Farm Market is open year-round, selling various fresh local farm products and baked goods. A great option for a U-pick orchard that is laid-back and less commercial. There is also a pop-up farm to table restaurant.
An English pub and inn, featuring English staples and a seasonal menu, outdoor spaces, and three beautiful, varied rooms located above the pub, all housed within a historic inn and house.
Customized catering for weddings, dinner parties, family reunions, and corporate events. Customized menus with any sort of food you want for any size group.
Drive-in movie theater with first-run features.
Visit the sap house, sample pure maple syrup, and learn about how maple products are made.
Green certified and eco-friendly center for retreats, education, weddings, and events located in an outdoor event space, barn, or historic 1800s carriage house.
Full service wedding and event catering in the Catskill Mountain region, with various kinds of foods and budgets, including farm to table cuisine. Gourmet food truck serves to customers when not busy catering events.
Modern American steakhouse with a metropolitan sophistication and dedication to seasonal, sustainable, and local ingredients.
Roadside stand at the farm with fresh produce. Pick your own strawberries in the spring and pumpkins in the fall.
Rural restaurant and bar nestled in the mountains. Pub food available at the bar and a wide variety of entrees in the dining area. Large outside deck and pond with Rainbow Trout. Very popular wing night every Thursday.
One of the original Berkshire ski areas, founded in 1939, the ski resort consists of 36 trails and terrain parks and 7 lifts, including 15 trails for night skiing. In the off-season, there is an Aerial Adventure Park with 12 tree-top courses of varying difficulty and over 170 elements.
Historic farm located in the Catskills. Hosts various community events throughout the year and is a stunning wedding venue. Vintage furniture and accessory rental and large 3-story barn available for weddings.
Barn store selling grass-fed local lamb cuts, sheepskins, and wool as well as a rustic campsite. Day visits are welcome, but require calling in advance.
Restaurant and bar housed within a restored Union Free School, originally built in 1903, as well as an inn with 4 guest rooms and a honeymoon suite. Complete lunch and dinner menu, with popular burgers made from all natural farm-raised beef.
Select and cut your own fresh Christmas tree.
Antiques, decor, and design services housed in a historic restored warehouse. Parts store, design company, and community hub supporting local artists and artisans, as well as local agriculture and business.
Impressive cave tours at 156 feet below the earth's surface including limestone corridors and a subterranean riverbed carved over many millenia in these historic caves that are approximately 6 million years old.
Coffee shop and cafe, with multiple non-coffee options such as various chai teas, hot chocolates, and Italian soda. Soups, salads, and sandwiches available as well. They also have the best cheesecake around!
Perfumes, bath and body care products hand-crafted in small batches, using only the finest ingredients.
Classic old-fashioned diner with a full breakfast, lunch, and dinner menu, as well as a large dessert menu.
Buddhist Temple; teaches Chan Philosophy through Martial Arts and action meditation: Kung Fu, Tai Chi, and Chi Kung; weekend retreats and annual summer camps
Restaurant, bar, and event venued located in a restored 1890s armory "castle" in the Catskills. Live music events held regularly. Bed and breakfast rooms available to rent in the castle's towers.
A nonprofit, mixed use storefront and open space for exhibits, performances, various events, discussions, and pop-up microshops. It aims to promote and support art, agriculture, and action.
Gallery showing Dia's collection of visionary projects and art from the 1960s to the present, as well as a bookshop and Homespun, serving housemade soups, salads, sandwiches, and desserts.
Beautiful restored, historic theater. Film screenings (one newly released movie each week) each Friday and Saturday night with Sunday and Wednesday matinees at a can't-beat price. Regular "Classic Flix" showings, numerous special events and concerts throughout the year, a monthly coffeehouse, and a small art gallery.
Bookstore featuring cook, craft, and DIY books, ranging from new and vintage cookbooks to books on needlecrafts, bookbinding, and woodworking. There is also a selection of local handmade needlecrafts, local farm products, and pottery.
Cozy restaurant and bar featuring farm-to-table and locally sourced ingredients. The seasonal market menu changes daily. Two apartments available for short and long term rentals.
Fresh and ages pasteurized cow's milk and goat's milk cheeses; goat's milk soap; rustic crafts. Farm store open daily year-round.
Farm and farm market selling all-natural, locally produced foods and raising ethically raised beef, pork, chicken, and pasteurized milk.
The guest house consists of two separate apartments that are located in a renovated Italianate Victorian home. The apartments are designed with relaxing in mind and also have a large outdoor garden space to enjoy.
A distillery located in the historic 1929 Roscoe Firehouse, distilling gin, bourbon, and vodka. Guided tours and tastings are available daily.
Restaurant and full bar serving American cuisine with a local feel.
Restored historic property complete with a boutique hotel, restaurant, and popular event space. The hotel houses 23 rooms, while the restaurant focuses on "Whole Farm Cuisine".
Farm stay on an operating farm with views of the Catskill Mountains. Light and bright studio apartment is located in one part of a modern barn. Welcome to spend time on the farm and tag along with the farmers as they go about their day.
A contemporary studio for vacation rental located on a remote hillside in the Catskill Mountains. Access to acres of private woodlands and meadows.
General store sells organic produce and goods, antiques, baked goods, and handcrafted items; Cafe serves a variety of foods including soups, paninis, and sandwiches
Ski resort is the biggest mountain close to NYC. In winter, skiers and riders of all abilities can use the 58 trails of varying difficulty. In the summer, you can take a scenic skyride, go on off-roading adventures, hike, and fly fish. There are also various festivals and events held here throughout the year, as well as the opportunity for a mountaintop wedding.
Cozy diner serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Wedding and retreat venue located on a 93-acre property with fields, meadows, forests, and mountain veiws, including a restored 18th century Amish barn and 19th century farmhouse. Tableware and farm tables are available for event rentals on and off site.
Bed and breakfast in a well-preserved 1886 Queen Anne Victorian with full gourmet breakfast included. The house looks over Catskill Park. Also available for weddings and other special events.
Producer of Gouda cheese and raw milk; roadside stand sells bottled raw milk, brown eggs, raw milk Gouda cheeses, a variety of homemade breads, yogurt, and honey.
50s themed restaurant and ice cream parlor, serving lunch and dinner. Weekly "Car Cruise Wednesday" with antique cars.
Farm stays in a platfrom tent, a variety of grass-fed 100% natural meats, poultry, and eggs, weekly summer pizza nights, summer camps for kids, and workshops for adults. Off-the-grid experiences in a gorgeous setting nestled in the Catskill Mountains.
Producer of hard apple ciders; Tap Room: drinks, food, and gathering; special events
Producer of hard apple ciders. Cozy family-friendly tap room.
Cut your own Christmas tree: Blue Spruce, Scotch Pine, White Spruce. Options range from 4 feet to over 10 feet tall.
Family owned ski and mountain biking resort with 38 trails of varying difficulty. Old New England style ski trails and a traditional rustic ski lodge. Outside concerts are held throughout the summer as well as mountaintop weddings.
Railroad and community museum, featuring a Warwick Car 30 made in 1886 and currently being restored as well as displays from the Franklin Historical Society.
Curated store selling sustainable and American-made designs and craftsmen products. A blend of city and country style, mixing modern, midcentury, and rustic design, with clothing, accessories, toys, home, and apothecary items.
Wedding venue located in the Catskill Mountains with stone house built in 1803, wedding barn that can hold up to 400 wedding guests and waterside pavilion.
Distillery and on-site restaurant, Char 1788, located at a historic gristmill. Family-friendly tours and tastings available at the distillery, and seasonal New American cuisine available at the restaurant, held in a 1788 gristmill.
Off-the-beaten path smokehouse, featured on National Geographic "Filthy Riches", with smoked eels, as well as smoked Cornish hens, salmon, and trout. Smoked products are served, as well as sold.
Featuring the exhibitions of regional artists, as well as art related workshops and demonstrations and literary events.
Famous and popular barbecue restaurant that first opened in 1961. It houses the largest indoor charcoal barbecue pit in the east and is well-known in particular for its barbecued chicken.
Storefront selling gourmet collection of various herbs and spices inspired by Moroccan tradition as well as a relaxed cafe and gallery.
Large, clean, and bright cafe serving classic cafe foods as well as baked goods and large mugs of organic coffee. Ingredients are local and organic whenever possible.
Apple orchard with U-Pick apples in the fall, a farm stand with fresh seasonal produce from the farm, locally sourced specialty products, and free hard cider tastings; and a pavilion serving artisinal wood-fired pizza and burgers and small local bites.
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