Long Eddy Area guidebook

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Long Eddy Area guidebook

Delaware River Recreation
Goto (https://www.nps.gov/upde/index.htm) for information on enjoying the Delaware River, which is only 5 minutes from the property. Best public access points are at Long Eddy, NY, Skinner's Falls, Damascus, PA and Narrowsburg, NY.
Good place to rent canoes, kayaks, tubes and rafts for Delaware River trips. They offer portaging services too.
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Lander's River Trips
5961 New York 97
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Good place to rent canoes, kayaks, tubes and rafts for Delaware River trips. They offer portaging services too.
Info on the Upper Delaware River access points, safety requirements and attractions in general, can be found at: https://www.nps.gov/upde/index.htm
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Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River
274 River Road
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Info on the Upper Delaware River access points, safety requirements and attractions in general, can be found at: https://www.nps.gov/upde/index.htm
Information on Skinners Falls whitewater (rapids) area of the Upper Delaware, can be found here: https://delawareriver.natgeotourism.com/content/skinners-falls-ny-river-access/del94c015d64a7b40da0
Skinners Falls Road
Information on Skinners Falls whitewater (rapids) area of the Upper Delaware, can be found here: https://delawareriver.natgeotourism.com/content/skinners-falls-ny-river-access/del94c015d64a7b40da0
Hiking and Swimming Options
-Parksville O&W Rail Trail (easy): 3.2 miles RT. Shady walk along creek, small waterfall. From Rt. 17 in Parksville, turn onto Old Rt. 17, go 1.3 miles to the trailhead at the junction with fox Mountain Road. -Big Pond to Alder Lake (moderate): 6 miles RT. Start at Big Pond, have a lovely, moderately strenuous hike along the red trail to beautiful, swimmable Alder Lake, hike back to Big Pond and have another swim. Barkaboom Rd. in Andes. -Frick Pond Loop, Mongaup State Park (moderate): 2.2 mile loop. Easy traveling through beautiful conifer forest, meadows and wetlands. From Rt. 17 in Livingston Manor, follow DeBruce Rd. 6 miles, turn left on Mongaup Rd. At 2.5 miles, turn left on Mongaup Rd. At 2.5 miles, bear left onto Beach Mt. Rd. and go 0.3 miles. -Waneta Lake in the Willowemoc Wild Forest (easy) – A pretty little lake that most people drive by without giving a second thought to. Hike over the “stepping stones” on the dam, and look for a yellow trail on the far side of the lake, leading to a handful of designated tent camping sites. http://catskillmountainclub.org/events/favoritehikes/ http://catskillmountainclub.org/events/catskills-places-to-go-for-hiking-camping-cycling-kayaking-xc-skiing-fishing-more/#WESTERNPARK
Crystal Lake, only 5 minutes away from the property, is a pristine mountain lake surrounded by almost 500 acres of wild forest, rolling hills and a beaver pond. There are hiking trails (easy 1.3 mile loop) and a pebble beach for swimming and paddle-boat access. More info can be found here: https://www.dec.ny.gov/lands/79594.html
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Crystal Lake Wild Forest
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Crystal Lake, only 5 minutes away from the property, is a pristine mountain lake surrounded by almost 500 acres of wild forest, rolling hills and a beaver pond. There are hiking trails (easy 1.3 mile loop) and a pebble beach for swimming and paddle-boat access. More info can be found here: https://www.dec.ny.gov/lands/79594.html
The 27,800-acre Delaware Wild Forest is located in the western Catskill Forest Preserve. The popular Finger Lakes Trail travels through this wild forest, which features more than 35 miles of hiking trails and more than 20 miles of snowmobile trails. These trails are not as used as much as other trails in the Catskills and you may find the trails not as well maintained. There are four lean-to shelters located in the wild forest for those looking for a backpacking camping experience. The most popular destinations in the Delaware Wild Forest include Big Pond, Beaverkill Vista on Cabot Mountain, Trout Pond, Russell Brook Falls, Split Rock Lookout and Huggins Lake. (https://www.dec.ny.gov/lands/50658.html)
Delaware Wild Forest
The 27,800-acre Delaware Wild Forest is located in the western Catskill Forest Preserve. The popular Finger Lakes Trail travels through this wild forest, which features more than 35 miles of hiking trails and more than 20 miles of snowmobile trails. These trails are not as used as much as other trails in the Catskills and you may find the trails not as well maintained. There are four lean-to shelters located in the wild forest for those looking for a backpacking camping experience. The most popular destinations in the Delaware Wild Forest include Big Pond, Beaverkill Vista on Cabot Mountain, Trout Pond, Russell Brook Falls, Split Rock Lookout and Huggins Lake. (https://www.dec.ny.gov/lands/50658.html)
-Delaware Youth Center: The Delaware Youth Center facilities include a Hall, Pavilion, swimming pool, playground, tennis courts, basketball court, skate park, and the baseball and soccer fields with grandstand seating. The pool is open from approximately July 1st through Labor Day and is also available to rent for private swimming parties such as children’s birthday parties. Day visitors may also use the facilities for $5 per person per day. Stop at the Pool House for a Day Pass. The Delaware Youth Center is available to rent for weddings, graduation parties, sweet sixteens, class reunions, anniversaries and more. (https://www.delawareyouthcenter.org/)
Delaware Youth Center
8 Creamery Rd
-Delaware Youth Center: The Delaware Youth Center facilities include a Hall, Pavilion, swimming pool, playground, tennis courts, basketball court, skate park, and the baseball and soccer fields with grandstand seating. The pool is open from approximately July 1st through Labor Day and is also available to rent for private swimming parties such as children’s birthday parties. Day visitors may also use the facilities for $5 per person per day. Stop at the Pool House for a Day Pass. The Delaware Youth Center is available to rent for weddings, graduation parties, sweet sixteens, class reunions, anniversaries and more. (https://www.delawareyouthcenter.org/)
Bouchoux Trail and Jensen’s Ledges (challenging): 2 miles RT. Bluestone ledges perched 500 feet above a big bend in the Upper Delaware River, with a small waterfall. Route 97 to Lordville Rd, to Bouchoux Rd in Lordville.
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Bouchoux Trailhead (Jensen's Ledges)
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Bouchoux Trail and Jensen’s Ledges (challenging): 2 miles RT. Bluestone ledges perched 500 feet above a big bend in the Upper Delaware River, with a small waterfall. Route 97 to Lordville Rd, to Bouchoux Rd in Lordville.
Info on the Upper Delaware River swimming access points, safety requirements and other attractions in general, can be found at: https://www.nps.gov/upde/index.htm
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Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River
274 River Road
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Info on the Upper Delaware River swimming access points, safety requirements and other attractions in general, can be found at: https://www.nps.gov/upde/index.htm
Fishing
http://catskillmountainclub.org/events/catskills-places-to-go-for-hiking-camping-cycling-kayaking-xc-skiing-fishing-more/#WESTERNPARK
The 53-acre grounds encompass the Museum, the Wulff Gallery and Heritage Craft Center, gift shop and administrative offices, education building with kitchen and bath facilities, two bunkhouses, a covered pavilion and covered barbeque pit, casting field, pond, interpretive nature trails and river access. 1031 Old Route 17 Livingston Manor, NY 12758 (845) 439 - 4810 (https://cffcm.com)
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Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum
1031 Old Route 17
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The 53-acre grounds encompass the Museum, the Wulff Gallery and Heritage Craft Center, gift shop and administrative offices, education building with kitchen and bath facilities, two bunkhouses, a covered pavilion and covered barbeque pit, casting field, pond, interpretive nature trails and river access. 1031 Old Route 17 Livingston Manor, NY 12758 (845) 439 - 4810 (https://cffcm.com)
Willowemoc Creek is a tributary to the Beaver Kill, and shares much of the Beaver Kill’s history as the birthplace of American fly fishing. Wild brown trout are present throughout, although the proportion of wild trout tends to be higher in the more upstream parts of the system where summer temperatures remain colder. The Willowemoc Creek is stocked annually with over 18,000 brown trout. (https://www.dec.ny.gov/docs/fish_marine_pdf/pfrwillocklb.pdf)
Willowemoc Creek
Willowemoc Creek is a tributary to the Beaver Kill, and shares much of the Beaver Kill’s history as the birthplace of American fly fishing. Wild brown trout are present throughout, although the proportion of wild trout tends to be higher in the more upstream parts of the system where summer temperatures remain colder. The Willowemoc Creek is stocked annually with over 18,000 brown trout. (https://www.dec.ny.gov/docs/fish_marine_pdf/pfrwillocklb.pdf)
Fir Brook contains a wild brook trout population and is stocked annually with over 300 brown trout. (https://www.dec.ny.gov/docs/fish_marine_pdf/pfrwillocklb.pdf)
Fir Brook
Fir Brook contains a wild brook trout population and is stocked annually with over 300 brown trout. (https://www.dec.ny.gov/docs/fish_marine_pdf/pfrwillocklb.pdf)
Beaverkill River – Steeped in lore and legend, the Beaverkill is the preeminent American trout stream. It is the river that made the Catskills famous as the birthplace of American fly-fishing. Very little public access upstream of Roscoe, but many places to get on the river below Roscoe. Many fly shops and guides in the area. Best to fish at off-peak times when you can find some elbow room. River supports a great wild population of trout, mostly browns, but also rainbows and brookies. (https://www.dec.ny.gov/docs/fish_marine_pdf/pfrwillocklb.pdf)
Beaverkill
Beaverkill River – Steeped in lore and legend, the Beaverkill is the preeminent American trout stream. It is the river that made the Catskills famous as the birthplace of American fly-fishing. Very little public access upstream of Roscoe, but many places to get on the river below Roscoe. Many fly shops and guides in the area. Best to fish at off-peak times when you can find some elbow room. River supports a great wild population of trout, mostly browns, but also rainbows and brookies. (https://www.dec.ny.gov/docs/fish_marine_pdf/pfrwillocklb.pdf)
The Little Beaver Kill is stocked annually with over 2,000 brown trout. (https://www.dec.ny.gov/docs/fish_marine_pdf/pfrwillocklb.pdf)
Little Beaverkill Fishing Access
67 Cross Rd
The Little Beaver Kill is stocked annually with over 2,000 brown trout. (https://www.dec.ny.gov/docs/fish_marine_pdf/pfrwillocklb.pdf)
Pepacton Reservoir – The biggest brown trout in the Catskills, and perhaps the east, swim in the Pepacton. The reservoir is part of the New York City water supply system, and requires a permit to access. Fish from shore or rowboat just about anywhere in the spring, then go deep during the summer. Live bait fish (usually sawbellies) and shiny spoons (most notably Krocodiles) are proven methods. Water levels fluctuate depending on seasonal rainfall fluctuations. Beware of mercury contamination and other State health advisories.
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Pepacton Reservoir
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Pepacton Reservoir – The biggest brown trout in the Catskills, and perhaps the east, swim in the Pepacton. The reservoir is part of the New York City water supply system, and requires a permit to access. Fish from shore or rowboat just about anywhere in the spring, then go deep during the summer. Live bait fish (usually sawbellies) and shiny spoons (most notably Krocodiles) are proven methods. Water levels fluctuate depending on seasonal rainfall fluctuations. Beware of mercury contamination and other State health advisories.
Waneta Lake in the Willowemoc Wild Forest – A pretty little lake that most people drive by without giving a second thought to. Hike over the “stepping stones” on the dam, and look for a yellow trail on the far side of the lake, leading to a handful of designated tent camping sites.
Waneta Lake
Waneta Lake in the Willowemoc Wild Forest – A pretty little lake that most people drive by without giving a second thought to. Hike over the “stepping stones” on the dam, and look for a yellow trail on the far side of the lake, leading to a handful of designated tent camping sites.
Info on the Upper Delaware River swimming access points, safety requirements and other attractions in general, can be found at: https://www.nps.gov/upde/index.htm
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Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River
274 River Road
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Info on the Upper Delaware River swimming access points, safety requirements and other attractions in general, can be found at: https://www.nps.gov/upde/index.htm
Cycling
-Easy one-way, moderate round trip directly from the property: This gently rolling route offers picturesque scenes of cool mountain forests and the Basket Creek ravine and valley. One-way is an overall elevation drop of -700 ft. Ride from the property to the hamlet of Long Eddy for food, refreshments and a swim in the Delaware. Head west on Morris Turk Rd. Turn left onto Basket Rd. Turn left onto Basket Brook Rd. Turn right onto NY-97 N. Turn left onto Depot St. From there check out The Chestnut, Long Eddy Saloon, Basket Historical Society or continue straight on to Ferry St. for Delaware river swimming access. Follow the same route back to the property for a moderate +700 ft elevation gain. -Moderate one-way, strenuous round trip directly from the property: This gently rolling route offers spectacular views of the surrounding mountains, creeks and farmlands. One-way is an overall elevation drop of -1,000 ft. Ride from the property to Callicoon on the Delaware for food, refreshments and a swim in the Delaware. Head east on Morris Turk Rd. Continue straight on Friedenstein Rd. Turn right onto Nelson Rd. Turn left on Woods Rd. Turn right onto CR 94/Hankins Rd. Turn left onto Newman Hill Rd. Turn left onto W Simmon Rd. Turn right onto Hammer Rd. Continue straight onto Hankins Rd. Continue onto CR 113/CR 131. Slight right onto Hospital Rd. Turn left to stay on Hospital Rd and enter the hamlet proper. Make it a round trip back to the property for a strenuous +1,000 ft elevation gain. Return via the same route or opt for returning via heading northwest on the Upper Delaware Scenic Byway (NY-97). Turn right onto Basket Brook Rd. Turn right on to Basket Rd. Turn right onto Morris Turk Rd. -Moderate: Ride from the parking area just south and west of the intersection of SR 28 and Reservoir Rd. to the Shavertown Bridge on a quiet back road. This gently rolling route offers spectacular views of the reservoir and the surrounding mountains. 10 miles one way. Complete you trip by returning the via the same route or cross the bridge and follow SR 30 back to Reservoir Rd. and your car. Loop 19.7 miles. -Strenuous: Ride a complete loop around the Pepacton Reservoir. This route has significant climbing on its northern section. Start at the SR28/30 intersection west of Margaretville and ride to Downville, using the roads that hug the north side of the reservoir. Then travel back to your starting point via SR 30, BWS Road 8, Reservoir Rd. and SR 28/30. 51 miles. http://catskillmountainclub.org/events/catskills-places-to-go-for-hiking-camping-cycling-kayaking-xc-skiing-fishing-more/#WESTERNPARK
Ride the byway south for a great view of the Upper Delaware at the river's deepest point.
Upper Delaware Scenic Byway Narrowsburg Lookout
60 Main St
Ride the byway south for a great view of the Upper Delaware at the river's deepest point.
Mountain Biking
-A fun MTB/Gravel bike/hiking challenge, directly from the property, involves cranking through old gravel and logging roads, trails and fields to get to the elusive McGurrins Pub for refueling; before crankin' it back to basecamp. Head northwest on Morris Turk Rd. turn left on Wm Brown Rd (not maintained and very technical). Stay on Wm Brown Rd through dense mountain forest into open farmland (~3 miles). McGurrins Pub will be on the right at the intersection with Hankins Rd.
About 20 minutes away is Walnut Mountain, one of the funnest public (free) access MTB/CX biking trail systems in the Catskills; boasting 13 miles of single track and about 5 miles of old carriage roads (http://www.renegadesmtb.com/walnut-mtn-map12014-copy.png).
Walnut Mountain Road
About 20 minutes away is Walnut Mountain, one of the funnest public (free) access MTB/CX biking trail systems in the Catskills; boasting 13 miles of single track and about 5 miles of old carriage roads (http://www.renegadesmtb.com/walnut-mtn-map12014-copy.png).
Area Attactions
Outdoor and indoor concert and events venue. Site of the original 1969 Woodstock Festival. Checkout their events calendar (https://www.bethelwoodscenter.org)
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Bethel Woods Center for the Arts
200 Hurd Road
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Outdoor and indoor concert and events venue. Site of the original 1969 Woodstock Festival. Checkout their events calendar (https://www.bethelwoodscenter.org)
Full casino, raceway and events venue.
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Resorts World Catskills
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Full casino, raceway and events venue.
YOGAAAA!!!
The Himalayan Institute
952 Bethany Turnpike
YOGAAAA!!!
Pretty cool place to try clay pigeon shooting or upland game hunting. 5 minutes away.
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Catskill Pheasantry & Clays
374 Neer Rd
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Pretty cool place to try clay pigeon shooting or upland game hunting. 5 minutes away.
The Basket Historical Society is dedicated to the collecting, preserving, and dissemination of historical fact and legend of the Upper Delaware Valley. RT-97 Long Eddy, New York (845) 887-6703
Basket Historical Society
23 Railroad Ave
The Basket Historical Society is dedicated to the collecting, preserving, and dissemination of historical fact and legend of the Upper Delaware Valley. RT-97 Long Eddy, New York (845) 887-6703
French Woods is an individual choice performing arts summer camp for children from 7 to 17 years old. They offer programs in theater, dance, music, circus, magic, rock and roll, visual arts, film and video, sports, tennis, fitness, water sports, skate board, horseback riding and more. Younger campers have more guidance and supervision, while older campers are able to take on some responsibility and have a chance to work in the areas of their interest.
French Woods Festival
199 Bouchoux Brook Road
French Woods is an individual choice performing arts summer camp for children from 7 to 17 years old. They offer programs in theater, dance, music, circus, magic, rock and roll, visual arts, film and video, sports, tennis, fitness, water sports, skate board, horseback riding and more. Younger campers have more guidance and supervision, while older campers are able to take on some responsibility and have a chance to work in the areas of their interest.
"Our course is a pleasure for golfers of any skill level to play. French Woods Golf & Country Club will challenge you while providing a relaxing, picturesque backdrop. Test your accuracy with our fairways, water hazards and sand traps; we have everything you need to challenge you and improve your game. All in all, our goal is to provide you with a quality experience that includes exceptional service and a comfortable atmosphere." 17440 NY-97 • Hancock, NY 13783 • (607) 637-1800 https://www.frenchwoodsgolf.com/
French Woods Golf & Country Club
17440 NY-97
"Our course is a pleasure for golfers of any skill level to play. French Woods Golf & Country Club will challenge you while providing a relaxing, picturesque backdrop. Test your accuracy with our fairways, water hazards and sand traps; we have everything you need to challenge you and improve your game. All in all, our goal is to provide you with a quality experience that includes exceptional service and a comfortable atmosphere." 17440 NY-97 • Hancock, NY 13783 • (607) 637-1800 https://www.frenchwoodsgolf.com/
150 seat art deco Tusten Theatre is a destination for high caliber jazz, classical, folk, theater and opera. Managed by Delaware Valley Arts Alliance, it is the home base for Delaware Valley Opera and the Big Eddy Film Festival. Check the website for performance schedule and box office hours. 210 Bridge Street Narrowsburg, NY 12764 (845) 252-7272 · info@delawarevalleyartsalliance.org · www.delawarevalleyartsalliance.org
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Tusten Theatre
210 Bridge Street
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150 seat art deco Tusten Theatre is a destination for high caliber jazz, classical, folk, theater and opera. Managed by Delaware Valley Arts Alliance, it is the home base for Delaware Valley Opera and the Big Eddy Film Festival. Check the website for performance schedule and box office hours. 210 Bridge Street Narrowsburg, NY 12764 (845) 252-7272 · info@delawarevalleyartsalliance.org · www.delawarevalleyartsalliance.org
"The Callicoon Theater was built in 1948 and is the oldest continually operated cinema in Sullivan County. This historic country movie theater recalls a bygone era, while providing a state of the art experience using the latest projection and sound technology. Our programming includes new releases, local film festivals, nostalgic throwback screenings and live music events. Check our schedule page for upcoming events!" 30 Upper Main Street Callicoon, NY 12723 email: hello@thecallicoontheater.com 24 hour MovieLine: 845.887.4460
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Callicoon Theater
30 Upper Main Street
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"The Callicoon Theater was built in 1948 and is the oldest continually operated cinema in Sullivan County. This historic country movie theater recalls a bygone era, while providing a state of the art experience using the latest projection and sound technology. Our programming includes new releases, local film festivals, nostalgic throwback screenings and live music events. Check our schedule page for upcoming events!" 30 Upper Main Street Callicoon, NY 12723 email: hello@thecallicoontheater.com 24 hour MovieLine: 845.887.4460
Delaware Youth Center: The Delaware Youth Center facilities include a Hall, Pavilion, swimming pool, playground, tennis courts, basketball court, skate park, and the baseball and soccer fields with grandstand seating. The pool is open from approximately July 1st through Labor Day and is also available to rent for private swimming parties such as children’s birthday parties. Day visitors may also use the facilities for $5 per person per day. Stop at the Pool House for a Day Pass. The Delaware Youth Center is available to rent for weddings, graduation parties, sweet sixteens, class reunions, anniversaries and more. 8 Creamery Road P.O. Box 354, Callicoon, New York 12723 (845) 887-5155 (https://www.delawareyouthcenter.org/)
Delaware Youth Center
8 Creamery Rd
Delaware Youth Center: The Delaware Youth Center facilities include a Hall, Pavilion, swimming pool, playground, tennis courts, basketball court, skate park, and the baseball and soccer fields with grandstand seating. The pool is open from approximately July 1st through Labor Day and is also available to rent for private swimming parties such as children’s birthday parties. Day visitors may also use the facilities for $5 per person per day. Stop at the Pool House for a Day Pass. The Delaware Youth Center is available to rent for weddings, graduation parties, sweet sixteens, class reunions, anniversaries and more. 8 Creamery Road P.O. Box 354, Callicoon, New York 12723 (845) 887-5155 (https://www.delawareyouthcenter.org/)
At the Callicoon Farmers’ Market, you will find many farms in addition to food producers and artisans offering wine, hard cider, pasta, condiments, prepared foods, baked goods, ice cream, jam, honey, maple syrup, herbal tea blends, skin care products, pottery, woodwork and much more. May 05 - November 10 A. Dorrer Drive Callicoon Creek Park (https://callicoonfarmersmarket.org/)
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Callicoon Farmers' Market
23 Dorrer Drive
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At the Callicoon Farmers’ Market, you will find many farms in addition to food producers and artisans offering wine, hard cider, pasta, condiments, prepared foods, baked goods, ice cream, jam, honey, maple syrup, herbal tea blends, skin care products, pottery, woodwork and much more. May 05 - November 10 A. Dorrer Drive Callicoon Creek Park (https://callicoonfarmersmarket.org/)
The 53-acre grounds encompass the Museum, the Wulff Gallery and Heritage Craft Center, gift shop and administrative offices, education building with kitchen and bath facilities, two bunkhouses, a covered pavilion and covered barbeque pit, casting field, pond, interpretive nature trails and river access. 1031 Old Route 17 Livingston Manor, NY 12758 (845) 439 - 4810 (https://cffcm.com)
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Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum
1031 Old Route 17
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The 53-acre grounds encompass the Museum, the Wulff Gallery and Heritage Craft Center, gift shop and administrative offices, education building with kitchen and bath facilities, two bunkhouses, a covered pavilion and covered barbeque pit, casting field, pond, interpretive nature trails and river access. 1031 Old Route 17 Livingston Manor, NY 12758 (845) 439 - 4810 (https://cffcm.com)
Catskill Hatchery is located in Sullivan County near the Village of Livingston Manor, and near two of New York State's fabled trout streams, the Beaver Kill and Willowemoc Creek. This facility specializes in rearing brown trout and it maintains a brood stock capable of producing two million eggs. About 115,000 pounds of brown trout are produced annually. 8:30am- 4pm Mon.-Fri.; 8:30am - 12pm, Sat-Sun 402 Mongaup Rd., Livingston Manor, NY 12758 (845) 439-4328 (https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/21668.html)
Catskill State Fish Hatchery
402 Mongaup Rd
Catskill Hatchery is located in Sullivan County near the Village of Livingston Manor, and near two of New York State's fabled trout streams, the Beaver Kill and Willowemoc Creek. This facility specializes in rearing brown trout and it maintains a brood stock capable of producing two million eggs. About 115,000 pounds of brown trout are produced annually. 8:30am- 4pm Mon.-Fri.; 8:30am - 12pm, Sat-Sun 402 Mongaup Rd., Livingston Manor, NY 12758 (845) 439-4328 (https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/21668.html)
Eminence Road Farm Winery
3734 Eminence Rd
"We are an 80-acre organic farm that grows fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers, chickens, turkeys, sheep and goats for wool, meat and eggs. After 40 years of breeding and farming with horses, only two remain. Our burro Arlo performs the role of farm greeter. The on-site Renewable Energy Education Center consists of a 120’ tower and 10kw wind turbine, 12.5 kw of solar electric, 64 solar thermal tubes, air source heat pumps, a straw bale building, used vegetable oil truck and furnace, LED lighting and other energy savings measures, which provide nearly 100% of our energy needs. Besides growing and raising food, our farm's purpose has always provided educational programs. Our farm tours educate the general public about the great ecological challenges of our time, provide opportunities to deepen appreciation of our kinship with the animals and to be inspired by the beauty and productivity of the land. Through our apprenticeship program, we train new farmers who will enjoy profitable enterprise by providing fresh, organic nutrition dense food to their communities." 80 Hahn Road / Callicoon Center / New York 12724 / tel. 845.482.4764 / info@applepondfarm.com (http://www.applepondfarm.com)
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Apple Pond Farming Center
80 Hahn Road
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"We are an 80-acre organic farm that grows fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers, chickens, turkeys, sheep and goats for wool, meat and eggs. After 40 years of breeding and farming with horses, only two remain. Our burro Arlo performs the role of farm greeter. The on-site Renewable Energy Education Center consists of a 120’ tower and 10kw wind turbine, 12.5 kw of solar electric, 64 solar thermal tubes, air source heat pumps, a straw bale building, used vegetable oil truck and furnace, LED lighting and other energy savings measures, which provide nearly 100% of our energy needs. Besides growing and raising food, our farm's purpose has always provided educational programs. Our farm tours educate the general public about the great ecological challenges of our time, provide opportunities to deepen appreciation of our kinship with the animals and to be inspired by the beauty and productivity of the land. Through our apprenticeship program, we train new farmers who will enjoy profitable enterprise by providing fresh, organic nutrition dense food to their communities." 80 Hahn Road / Callicoon Center / New York 12724 / tel. 845.482.4764 / info@applepondfarm.com (http://www.applepondfarm.com)
Info on the Upper Delaware River swimming access points, safety requirements and other attractions in general, can be found at: https://www.nps.gov/upde/index.htm
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Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River
274 River Road
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Info on the Upper Delaware River swimming access points, safety requirements and other attractions in general, can be found at: https://www.nps.gov/upde/index.htm
Fort Delaware Museum of Colonial History: Period-dressed interpreters discuss and demonstrate the daily lives of the first European settlers in the Upper Delaware River Valley and their place in local and early American Revolutionary War history. Learn about and experience lacksmithing, candle making, farming, cabin keeping, musketry and military drills, cannon firings, textiles, and more. Lectures, reenactments, sutlers—something different every weekend from Memorial Day through Labor Day. 6615 Route 97, Narrowsburg, New York. Phone (845) 252-6660 (May-August)(http://sullivanny.us/Departments/ParksRecreation/FortDelaware).
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Fort Delaware Museum
6615 New York 97
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Fort Delaware Museum of Colonial History: Period-dressed interpreters discuss and demonstrate the daily lives of the first European settlers in the Upper Delaware River Valley and their place in local and early American Revolutionary War history. Learn about and experience lacksmithing, candle making, farming, cabin keeping, musketry and military drills, cannon firings, textiles, and more. Lectures, reenactments, sutlers—something different every weekend from Memorial Day through Labor Day. 6615 Route 97, Narrowsburg, New York. Phone (845) 252-6660 (May-August)(http://sullivanny.us/Departments/ParksRecreation/FortDelaware).
Dining and Drinks
-Mc Gurrin's Pub 553 County Road 94 Hankins, NY (845) 887-6808 Good bar food; local favorite.
Great hosts, bar food and atmosphere.
The Chestnut
11625 NY-97
Great hosts, bar food and atmosphere.
Good food and game room.
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Long Eddy Hotel & Saloon
7 Depot Street
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Good food and game room.
Great food. Lively bar. Great deck
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Matthew's On Main
19 Lower Main Street
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Great food. Lively bar. Great deck
Good pizza (whole or by the slice), italian food, great deck.
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Peppinos
31 Lower Main Street
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Good pizza (whole or by the slice), italian food, great deck.
Nice bar, good local brews and bar food.
35
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Callicoon Brewing Company
16 Upper Main Street
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Nice bar, good local brews and bar food.
Nice ice cream stand convenient to the Delaware Youth Center; good food, great deck.
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Ollie Grey’s
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Nice ice cream stand convenient to the Delaware Youth Center; good food, great deck.
Family owned Brazilian coffee growers/brewers. Good place for lunch.
Samba Cafe & Inn
4893 New York 52
Family owned Brazilian coffee growers/brewers. Good place for lunch.
Good luncheonette-style diner.
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Ted's
4896 New York 52
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Good luncheonette-style diner.