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When considering local travel a short drive from New York City, the Sullivan Catskills region encompassing Narrowsburg and Callicoon, New York, may not be the first destination to spring to mind. Here’s why it should be.
A recent visit to Narrowsburg and Callicoon in the Sullivan Catskills skyrocketed this part of New York state to the top of our family’s regional-travel favorites list. The Delaware River towns on the New York-Pennsylvania border are about a two hours’ drive from New York City, and just a stone’s throw from the original location of the legendary Woodstock music festival of 1969 (in Bethel/Swan Lake). Basing yourself in the town of Callicoon or the hamlet of Narrowsburg, 10 minutes to the south, puts you within easy reach of some terrific restaurants, breweries, and hikes—not to mention the scenic Delaware River itself, a prime viewing spot for bald eagles in winter and a popular tubing, kayaking, and fishing destination in summer.
We first visited the region in chilly April, and immediately began plotting our return in summer months. No matter the season, there’s plenty to do, see, eat and drink in Narrowsburg, Callicoon, and the Sullivan Catskills area in general. This list will get you started.Read more
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