Bethel

20 miles from the famous Delaware River. The population of 4,362 expands to about 10,000 during the summer season. The Town of Bethel blends farm land with residential and commercial development. In the center of the Town is the Sullivan County Airport and the Sullivan County Industrial Park. Best known for 1969 Woodstock Music and Arts Festival. it is now home to the Bethel Woods Performing Arts Center and Museum.

Callicoon

The Town of Callicoon includes the Village of Jeffersonville and the Hamlets of Callicoon Center, North Branch, Shandelee and Youngsville. The Hamlet of Callicoon, which dates back to the 1600’s, reflects myriad views and scents of nature from glorious mountains and woods to streams, rivers, and fields. An outdoorsman’s haven, Callicoon offers a wide range of activities from fly fishing to hunting and hiking as well as shopping and eating in family-centered or funky surroundings.

Cochecton

A cascading river and a beautiful lake inspire life in Cochecton. The Delaware River forms the Western boundary; a major attraction for outdoor activities from fishing to canoeing. One can trace the river along the scenic Route 97. An added attraction for all includes Cochecton as one of the best locations to view the bald eagle.

Delaware

Nestled in the Upper Delaware River is the Town of Delaware which offers a wonderful quality of life for residents. The historic Stone Arch Bridge traverses over the picturesque Callicoon Creek, offering picnic and playground areas. It is a diversified area that ranges from flat valleys with pristine views of the Delaware River, to rolling hills offering panoramic vistas. The Town of Delaware consists of the hamlets of Callicoon, Hortonville, Kenoza Lake and Kohlertown.

Fallsburg

Fallsburg has been described as the home to Native American Tribes, colorful Colonial Settlers, turn of the century immigrants from Eastern Europe, depression era gangsters, Borscht Belt bungalow colonies and hotels, “Hippies” in search of the peace and love of Woodstock, Yeshivas, and Ashrams. The Town of Fallsburg is comprised of 5 unique hamlets – Hurleyville, Loch Sheldrake, Mountaindale, Woodbourne, South Fallsburg, Woodbourne, and the Village of Woodridge.

Forestburgh

The Town of Forestburgh is one of the smallest of the fifteen towns of Sullivan County. Once the home of author Stephen Crane where he spent many days, writing much of his prose as the climate agreed with his delicate health.

Fremont

In Fremont you’ll find a country setting and a friendly, small town atmosphere. The Delaware River, a mountain lake, forests, farmland and towns offer a diversity of landscapes and lifestyles. Friendly people and good quality of life all add up to a great place to live. Family-centered activities are on the forefront of this community to include an active Little League and Football League.

Highland

Eighteen crystal clear lakes, numerous trout streams and ten miles of the scenic Delaware River are only the beginning of Highland’s spellbinding beauty and attraction. The town’s name notes its location on elevated ground north of the Delaware River. The Town of Highland consists of the following Villages and/or Hamlets: Minisink Ford, Barryville, Eldred, Yulan, Highland Lake.

Liberty

Liberty has much to offer visitors and residents alike. Surroundings include two beautiful parks – Hanofee Park and Walnut Mountain Park. There is plenty to explore while cross-country skiing, hiking or mountain biking. The Liberty Museum and Arts Center has rotating shows of area artists on weekends year-round, and the Liberty Free Library is available for information and the pleasures of the mind as well. The Town of Liberty consists of Ferndale, Village of Liberty, Parksville, Swan Lake, and White Sulphur Springs.

Lumberland

The Town of Lumberland was established in 1868 when large bluestone quarries opened near Pond Eddy. Stone from these quarries left town via the D & H Canal on the New York side of the Delaware River and the Erie Railroad on the Pennsylvania side, destined to become the curbs and sidewalks of New York City. Lumberland currently consists of several hamlets: Pond Eddy, Glen Spey, Mohican Lake, Black Forest, and Hillside.

Mamakating

The Town of Mamakating encompasses approximately 100 square miles with an estimated population of 15,000. Mamakating is situated in the southern section of Sullivan County in Southeastern New York strategically located 75 miles from NYC, 94 miles from Albany, and 79 miles from Scranton, PA. It is easily accessible from the New York State Thruway (Route 17/Future I-86) and Interstate 84. The Town includes the following hamlets and villages: Bloomingburg, Burlingham, Culvertown, Haven, Highview, Mamakating, Mamakating Park, Masten Lake, Mount Vernon, New Vernon, Phillipsport, Roosa Gap, Sandy Brook, Summitville, Westbrookville, Winterton, and Wurtsboro.

Neversink

The second-oldest town in Sullivan County is also a family-oriented “dry” town. Community spirit is strong, and those who need help will find the entire township ready to extend a helping hand. The Alchemy Club, which meets at the Daniel Pierce Library in Grahamsville, carries on a sixty-year-old tradition of writing and reading poetry and periodically publishes an anthology. Villages and/or Hamlets: Bradley, Claryville, Curry, Grahamsville, Neversink, and Willowemoc.

Rockland

Surrounded by the natural beauty of the Catskill Park, Rockland’s residents value their country life and the area’s ecology. Roscoe is located where the Beaverkill and Willowemoc Rivers meet at Junction Pool, and where trout meet their destiny, which is why it’s known as “Trout Town USA”. Villages and/or Hamlets: Lew Beach/Beaverkill, Livingston Manor, and Roscoe.

Thompson

The Town of Thompson is the county’s largest town and is home to the county seat, Monticello. It could be your home as well, whether in an upscale house on the shores of a quiet lake; in a luxury townhouse or quaint, comfortable rental apartment. Villages and/or Hamlets in the Town of Thompson include: Bridgeville, Glen Wild, Harris, Kiamesha Lake, Village of Monticello, Rock Hill, Sackett Lake, South Woods, and Thompsonville.

Tusten

Narrowsburg is the only municipality in the Town of Tusten and currently, one of the centers of artistic life in the county. It is home to the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance which highlights regional artists in its gallery spaces and coordinates and supports art, music, literary and other cultural programs. Narrowsburg is also home of the nationally recognized Narrowsburg International Independent Film Festival and the Narrowsburg Riverfest. Hamlets in Narrowsburg include Beaverbrook, Lava, Narrowsburg, and New Weiden.

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MUNICIPALITIES

TOWNS

Bethel
Callicoon
Cochecton
Delaware
Fallsburg
Forestburgh
Fremont
Highland
Liberty
Lumberland
Mamakating
Neversink
Rockland
Thompson
Tusten

VILLAGES

Bloomingburg (Mamakating)
Jeffersonville (Callicoon)
Liberty (Liberty)
Monticello (Thompson)
Woodridge (Fallsburg)
Wurtsboro (Mamakating)

HAMLETS

Barryville
Bridgeville
Callicoon
Claryville
Eldred
Ferndale
Fosterdale
Fremont Center
Glen Spey
Glen Wild
Grahamsville
Harris
Hasbrouck
Hortonville
Hurleyville
Kauneonga Lake
Kenoza Lake
Kiamesha Lake
Lake Huntington
Livingston Manor
Loch Sheldrake
Long Eddy
Hurleyville
Kenoza Lake
Mongaup Valley
Mountaindale
Narrowsburg
North Branch
Parksville
Pond Eddy
Rock Hill
Roscoe
Smallwood
South Fallsburg
Woodbourne
Youngsville

EDUCATION

PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICTS

Eldred Central Schools
Fallsburg Central Schools
Liberty Central Schools
Livingston Manor Central Schools
Monticello Central Schools
Roscoe Central Schools
Sullivan West Central School
Tri-Valley Central School

PRIVATE SCHOOLS

Glory to God School (Christian)
Hebrew Day School of Sullivan (Jewish-Orthodox)
The Homestead School, Glenn Spey (Montessori)
St. Peters Regional School, Liberty (Catholic)

HIGHER EDUCATION

Sullivan County Community College (SUNY Sullivan)

Off-Campus Courses
Marist College
SUNY New Paltz

VOCATIONAL TRAINING

Sullivan County Board of Cooperative Services (BOCES)

HOSPITALS

Catskill Regional Medical Center (CRMC)
Crystal Run Healthcare