Museum at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts | Photo Courtesy of I Love NY
The scenery in this area has been inspiring artists for almost 200 years, as described at the Thomas Cole National Historic Site, the home and studio of the founder of the Hudson River Arts School.
Take a chairlift to the top of Windham Mountain for a picnic with a view in the warmer months, or ski back down in the winter.
Head to the town of Woodstock. Stroll the streets, galleries, and shops and enjoy a streamside meal at one of the many cafes or restaurants.
Thomas Cole National Historic Site | Photo Courtesy of I Love NY
The Catskills are known as the birthplace of fly fishing, and you can visit Catskill Fly Fishing Center & Museum to try to catch your own fish in the stream!
Hop in a canoe, kayak, or raft and paddle around Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River in Downsville.
Explore the shops and restaurants of the cozy town of Phonecia. This summer, the Phonecia Festival of the Voice celebrates its 10th anniversary.
New York Zipline Adventure Tours | Photo Courtesy of I Love NY
Make your last time on the water for the weekend count by tubing on the class II/III rapids of Esopus Creek!
Admire more mountain views while sailing through the trees on the longest and highest zipline in North America at New York Zipline Adventure Tours at Hunter Mountain.