Jeffersonville is a charming older village nestled in the Western part of the Sullivan County Catskills. You will see that Jeffersonville’s Main Street (Route 52) is loaded with entrepreneurial spirit offering an eclectic mix of shops, restaurants and businesses. Conveniently located near Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, the Woodstock Museum and the beautiful, scenic and recreational Delaware River. On the main street of Jeffersonville you will find shopping spots for art, antiques and gifts, and great places to stop for a meal.



Nestled in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains, where eagles fly overhead, Callicoon is a charming town steeped in history and rich in sightseeing opportunities. Whether you are visiting on a day trip, for a weekend or longer, Callicoon has plenty to offer and will keep you coming back.



Located 2.5 hours from NYC, the hamlet of Narrowsburg sits on the Delaware River between the Catskill Mountains and the Pocono Mountains. Thanks to an influx of new shops, restaurants, and entertainment options, Narrowsburg is known by locals as the pioneer “hotspot” in Sullivan County — and it’s long held its own for years now as one of the coolest getaways from NYC.



Hotspot takes on another meaning in the Catskill Mountains; don’t come to town expecting a cityscape of nightlife and entertainment options. Sure, there are bars – and even a world-class art gallery – but Livingston Manor leans more leisure than excitement. This tiny town boasts excellent options for the outdoor-inclined, from world-famous fly fishing on its rivers to miles of hiking trails through its big back yard of forest, waterfalls, lakes and ponds. Livingston Manor is also home to a vibrant community of design, gift and outdoor shops, breweries, restaurants and bars – many of them part of a recent influx of creatives and entrepreneurs from the city.