Destinations and Tourism
The Catskill region has always been the perfect getaway for those seeking to enjoy the beauty of its majestic mountains, the exhilaration of its outdoor recreational activities, and the quiet solitude and friendly atmosphere that surrounds you when you arrive.
With four seasons of fun, adventure, romance, and sightseeing available to deliver memorable moments, your stay is sure to provide quality memories that will be cherished for a lifetime. So go ahead and enjoy skiing, hiking, rafting, antique shopping, touring historic homes and wineries, art galleries, family fun parks, or just relax in a cozy bed & breakfast by the fireplace, you’ll be glad you came.
For more information on planning a visit to the Catskill Region visit anyone of the following County Tourism websites:
Delaware County: www.greatwesterncatskills.com
Greene County: www.greenetourism.com
Otsego County: www.thisiscooperstown.com
Schoharie County: www.upstatevacation.com
Sullivan County: www.scva.net
Ulster County: www.ulstercountyalive.com
For Trail Information see:
Catskill 3500 Club
Catskill Mountain Club
Explore our Highways and Byways!
An audio guide is available for travelers on NYS Route 28,
the proposed Catskill Mountains Scenic Byway. The
Route 28 Driving Guide is an hour-long audio accompaniment for a westward drive
from Olive in Ulster County to Andes in Delaware County. Hear about the
history, landscape, food, and attractions that make this a fascinating route
through the storied Catskills.
spectacular highways are linked in the Mountain Cloves Scenic Byway in the Town
of Hunter, Greene County. Platte Clove, Stony Clove and Kaaterskill Clove share
not only gorgeous scenery in all four seasons, but a rich cultural history.
Scenic Route 30
not an ‘official’ state-designated Scenic Byway, NYS Route 30 from the hamlet
of East Branch in Delaware County, north to Schoharie County is as pretty as
they come. Traversing the Towns of Colchester, Andes, Middletown and Roxbury,
this 61-mile route follows the East Branch of the Delaware River, an area
famous for excellent fishing, reservoir boating, historic sites and welcoming