The Sullivan County Catskills offer value and convenience for visitors seeking an escape closer to home, with museums, antiques and boutiques, art, theater, restaurants, world class golf, hiking, biking, lakes, rivers and trout streams. We boast the site of the most legendary rock concert of all time, and, for more years than you can count we’re the place to kick back and relax in a restorative, natural setting.

Area Attractions include:

Bethel Woods Center for the Arts

Opened in 2006, Bethel Woods Center for the Arts is a $100 million performing arts center and museum, 90 minutes from New York City at the site of the original 1969 Woodstock festival. The Pavilion Stage accommodates 15,000 guests under cover and on a naturally sloping lawn, with views of the original festival site and surrounding countryside. Other facilities include the 1,000-seat Terrace Stage, the Event Gallery – a glass-enclosed rotunda for indoor concerts, lectures and receptions – and the Museum, which opened in 2008 and explores the unique experience of Woodstock, its significance as the culminating event of the decade and the legacy of the 60's and Woodstock today.

Villa Roma Resort and Conference Center

The Villa Roma Resort is celebrating its 40th anniversary with a 2010 Fodor's Choice Award, given to the "best of the best" in hotel/resort destinations providing remarkable experiences in price range, destination or category. Having completed a $25 million renovation in 2008, "The Villa" wrapped up a record-breaking 2010 vacation season, in spite of the recession.

Monticello Motor Club

The Monticello Motor Club opened in 2008 boasting a world-class driving circuit with some of the longest "straights" in the country, designed by preeminent track architect Bruce Hawkins and race legend Brian Redman. The private club offers professional instruction, track-side support, premium car storage, fine dining and five-star service. The road course is set on 175 wooded acres of undulating terrain within the Village of Monticello, 90 miles from Manhattan. The club has made a $16 million investment in only the first phase of development. Future plans include a five-star hotel and conference center, an off-road course, a custom-tuning shop, additional auto storage and Autominiums – luxury condominiums with garages and trackside access.

Catskill Park

Northern Sullivan County rests within the 106 year-old Catskill Park, featuring 286,000 acres of state-owned "forever wild" land that comprises the Catskill Forest Preserve.

Catskill Park is an outdoor enthusiast's paradise with 300 miles of marked and maintained trails, and numerous campgrounds, ponds, lakes and mountains to enjoy. Ninety-eight peaks rise above 3,000 feet; all but two of the 35 Catskill High Peaks reside within the Blue Line, a distinction given to mark the boundary of the 700,000 acres (including all public and privately-owned land) that comprise all of Catskill Park as it spans across four counties: Delaware, Greene, Sullivan and Ulster.

Hiking, camping, hunting, fishing, skiing, mountain biking, rock climbing, canoeing and snowmobiling are popular activities.

Forestburgh Playhouse

Founded in 1947 by John Grahame and Alexander Maissel, Forestburgh Playhouse is the oldest continuously operating summer theater in New York State. The 290 seat theater operates during the summers from mid-June through Labor Day. Productions include Broadway classics, musicals, and original musicals for children. They also have a musical cabaret in the adjoining tavern after each evening performance. The Times Herald-Record named Forestburgh Playhouse one of the Top Ten Attractions in the Hudson Valley for 2009.

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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 School District
Livingston Manor Central School District
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)
Light and Life Christian School (Christian Education)
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