Things To Do In The Catskill Area
What to do once you’re here in Windham:
Windham MountainWindham Mountain, in New York’s beautiful Catskill Mountains is proud to be renowned as a family-friendly resort, where people of all ages and abilities can unwind and enjoy what life has to offer.
P.O. Box 459
Windham, NY 12496
Bailiwick Ranch and ZooAnimals, Petting Zoos & Paintballing!
118 Castle Rd
Catskill, NY 12414
518 678 5665
CooperstownThe Baseball Hall of Fame
The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum collections feature just under 40,000 three-dimensional items, three million books and documents and 500,000 photographs.
Bear Creek LandingRestaurant, Mini Golf, Horseback Riding & More!
Route 23A and Route 214
Hunter, NY 12442
518 263 3839
Hunter MountainClose to the heart of all that made the Catskills America’s first vacation destination, Hunter is located in the beautiful mountaintop region of the Northern Catskills, unmatched for their beauty. Miles of state hiking trails lead to breathtaking views of the Hudson Valley and the surrounding peaks.
64 Klein Ave
Hunter, NY 12442
518 263 4223
The GunksThe Gunks (short for Shawangunks) is one of the premier climbing areas in the country. Located near New Paltz, NY, the Gunks is about 85 miles from the NYC metropolitan area, making it a popular weekend destination. The Gunks is famous for great one-to-three-pitch climbs of all levels of difficulty. You’ll find some of the best easy and moderate trad climbs in the country at the Gunks.
Ulster County, Orange County, Sullivan County New York
Belleayre Music FestivalPO Box 198
Highmount, NY 12441
Mountain JamHunter Mountain, NY
518 628 4423
Zoomflume Water ParkNestled in the scenic northern Catskill Mountains, Zoom Flume, New York’s #1 Family Water Park offers safe water fun, excitement and relaxation for all ages in a beautiful natural setting.
20 Shady Glen Rd
East Durham, NY 12423
800 888 3536
Shawangunk Wine TrailMade up of fourteen wineries, the Trail follows the tradition of the fine winemaking established by the early French Huguenot settlers who brought their wine making expertise to this valley over 300 years ago. Each winery is different. Small to medium in size, all proud of their well crafted red and white wines that range from bone dry to dessert sweet
714 Albany Post Rd
New Paltz, NY 12561
Kaatskill KaleidoscopeThe world’s largest Kaleidoscope!The $250,000 Kaleidoscope was designed by ’60s psychedelic artist Isaac Abrams and his son Raphael, and opened in 1966. The show is ten minutes of frenzied fractal imagery, very loosely based on the history of America.
5340 Rt 28
Mount Tremper, NY 12457
Saratoga SpringsThe historic city of Saratoga Springs NY started out as a quiet little settlement with beautiful scenery and magnificent natural springs. Today, Spa City is still popular for its rich mineral baths and fabulous culture, but the Saratoga Race Course steals the show every summer with its live Thoroughbred horse racing.
800 526 8970