Upper Esopus Fire Tower
UPPER ESOPUS FIRE TOWER – TOWN OF SHANDAKEN – ELEVATION 670’
Old Mink Hollow Road Trailhead
Roaring Kill Parking Lot
Hardenburgh Trail on Beaverkill Road
Dry Brook Ridge Trailhead on Mill Brook Road
Shandaken Wild Forest Rochester Hollow Trailhead
Red Hill Fire Tower Trailhead
Platte Clove Preserve
Located in the northeastern Catskills, the Catskill Center’s Platte Clove Preserve is comprised of 208 acres with beautiful waterfalls and trails at the head of the rugged and scenic Platte Clove in the Town of Hunter, Greene County. The preserve remains a pristine wilderness area open for the quiet enjoyment of the public. Each year […]
Thorn Preserve is comprised of 60 beautiful acres near the Town of Woodstock, Ulster County. View the map below for detailed location information. The Catskill Center’s Thorn Preserve boasts the most painted views of Overlook Mountain. Sweeping grassland habitat, riparian forest and ponds make this spot a profoundly relaxing and peaceful area. Mowed walking paths are […]
Kaaterskill Rail Trail Trailhead
Kaaterskill Falls is the tallest two-tiered waterfall in New York State. This area sees high use. Please see the alerts in effect for this area.
Lexington Farmers Market
Seasonal market located at The Pavilion on Route 42 in Lexington, NY. Enjoy farm fresh produce, meats and dairy, baked goods, handmade soaps & sundries, and more.
Mine Kill State Park
Mine Kill State Park has an Olympic size pool, wading pool and a diving pool available at no cost and 8 miles of trails.
Catskill Recreation Center
An indoor recreation center with a pool, gym facilities, fitness classes, and kids’ activities.
Stamford Village Pool and Playground
Community pool with a kiddie pool and nearby playground
Glasco Mini Park
A Hudson River-front playground and boat launches
Kenneth Wilson Campground
Stay at the campground or pay a day-use fee to enjoy the many amenties, including a pond, picnic areas, and a new, rustic-style playground.
Dutchman’s Landing Park
Playground and picnic tables right on the beautiful Hudson River
The tallest mountain in the Catskills and the westernmost peak of the three-peak Burroughs range, Slide is traversed by the Wittenberg-Cornell-Slide Trail. Fantastic views are available from a number of ledges or openings around the peak, but the summit itself is viewless. The Summit Steward program began on this peak in 2015.