Bethel Woods Center for the Arts

Bethel Woods Center for the Arts is located just 30 minutes from Blue Hill, at the site of the 1969 Woodstock festival in Bethel, NY, the lush 800-acre campus includes a Pavilion Stage amphitheater with seating for 15,000, an intimate 440-seat indoor Event Gallery, the award-winning Museum at Bethel Woods, and a Conservatory for arts education programming.

Monticello Raceway

Watch the races from The Press Box Sports Bar. Or relax and enjoy great food and conversation with friends in the Upper Deck Restaurant.  


Beaver Kill

The Kill drains a 300-square-mile (780 km2) area of the Catskill Mountains and has long been celebrated as one of the most famous trout streams in the United States. Its preservation helped establish many of the basic conservation principles of rivers in the United States.




Belleayre has a 51 terrain park, two progression parks, mogul trails ranging from intermediate to expert bumps and extensive glade skiing. With 55 trails, parks and glades, 8 lifts, including our new High Speed Quad, Belleayre Mountain has certainly evolved from humble, yet promising beginnings into an efficient and growing organization - perfection in progress.


Resorts World Catskill Casino

The new 18 story Resorts World Catskills Hotel & Casino offers a spa and salon, two indoor pools and fitness centers, 10 Bars and restaurants and five gaming areas for slots, table games and poker.

Willowemoc Wild Forest

Located in the southwest corner of the Catskill Park Willowemoc Wild Forest contains more than 14,800 acres of Forever Wild Forest Preserve. A 40-mile trail network provides access to six ponds, and a world-class trout stream, the Willowemoc. Although hilly, the terrain is not as rugged as the Catskill High Peaks. The Willowemoc Wild Forest has the most expansive snowmobile system in the Catskills.


Esopus Creek

During the past seven years with terrific community support, we have provided public access to the preserve with new and improvedhiking trails. Volunteershave worked to restore the meadow area where visitors can now observe a variety of wildflowers, birds and butterflies. Environmental education walks are scheduled throughout the year and listed on our Web site

Catskill Mountain Club

Founded in 2004, the year of the 100th Anniversary of the Catskill Park, the CMC has dedicated itself to providing a broad range of non-motorized outdoor recreational activities to its members, to residents and to visitors in the Catskills. Whether you hike, camp, kayak, canoe, snowshoe, ski, or cycle, the CMC offers activities to meet your interests.



Frost Valley Ymca

In our serene valley, cradled by the Catskill Mountains, the joys of nature and togetherness take center stage. Free of distraction—jobs and homework are on pause; cell phones don’t ring; twitter means birdsong—families and groups of all kinds have the space and quietude to connect deeply, in simple ways reminiscent of a bygone era.