Magnificent views! This Catskills gem is definitely worth a visit during your stay. North/South Lake Campground will capture your heart! Hike along serene nature trails and discover the highest cascading waterfall in New York State ! – Kaaterskill Falls!
For even more fun, you can rent a canoe, kayak, or paddle boat!
A fun place in the village of Hunter to relax on a man made sand beach in the Catskills! This swimming spot is set in a park-like setting with picnic tables, a pavilion and a circular walking trail that leads over a beautiful wooden walking bridge.
Located 23 miles from Hunter Created over 37 years by pioneering artist and professor Harvey Fite ,Opus 40 is a world-famous nonprofit sculpture park and museum with more than 60 acres of meadows, forested paths and bluestone quarries — including 6.5 acres of earthwork sculpture — in the heart of the Hudson Valley in Saugerties, NY
With trail rides for beginners and more experienced riders, Rough Riders Ranch in East Jewett allows all levels of riders to explore the beauty of the Catskills on horseback. Carefully learn alongside the instructor or head out on a fast ride—the rides will take you along tree-lined paths, rivers, or through the pasture.
Iconic trails leave from Colgate Lake. Enjoy great swimming too!
The 1500-acre Colgate Lake Wild Forest features the scenic Colgate Lake in the Catskill Forest Preserve. The lake is a popular spot for fishing, kayaking and primitive camping. The yellow marked Colgate Lake Trail travels just over 4 miles to Dutcher Notch and the Escarpment Trail. The wild forest is surrounded by the Windham Blackhead Range Wilderness Area on three sides.
The Hudson River Maririme Museum is located on the Hudson river 35 miles away. Great for boat and history lovers. The museum’s collections include historic vessels, objects, archival material and art related to Hudson River transportation, industries and recreation such as paintings, prints, photographs, ephemera, blueprints, artifacts, ship models, a 100-year old shad boat, life boats, lighthouse tender and ice yachts.”