The Great Northern Catskill Region offers attractions for people of all interests, and all ages.
Living in the rural Hudson Valley has a special charm all its own, with fun attractions, recreational opportunities, dining and cultural venues at every turn. Hudson Valley has the largest concentration of nationally recognized historic places of anywhere in the US.
Arts and Culture
Some of the most important early American works of art were created in Sleepy Hollow Lake’s backyard. Cedar Grove is the restored historic home in Catskill of Thomas Cole, who founded America’s first indigenous school of painting, The Hudson River School. Across from Cedar Grove in Hudson, NY, The National Historic Landmark, Olana, is the mansion home of another legendary artist of the Hudson River School, Frederick Church. Olana offers visitors a magnificent, mountain-top view of the vast Hudson Valley and Catskill Mountains.
Sports and Recreation
There are nine golf courses, the premier Hunter Mountain and Ski Windham ski resorts, and 700,000 acres to explore in the Catskill State Park.
Restaurants, Breweries, and Bistros
Craft-beer breweries have started up throughout this Great Northern Catskill region. And the restaurant scene offers delightful fare for every taste, from the more fashionable The New York Restaurant or Ze Windham Wine Bar, to the fun and funky Mama’s Boy Burgers, and many culinary stops up and down the Hudson Valley.
Hudson River Boating
Residents Hudson river marinas in Athens and Coxsackie are less than three miles away Hudson River, where nearby Shady Harbor Marina, Coeyman’s Marina, and the Athens and Coxsackie Yacht Clubs can handle watercraft of all sizes. There are public boat launches in both Athens and Coxsackie.
The Beauty of Nature
Of course, the natural beauty of the countryside around Sleepy Hollow Lake is an attraction all its own. On any summer day, a leisurely drive or bike ride can offer hours of scenic enjoyment as you wind along the country roads amid family farms, pristine wetlands, and upland forests. And the scenic vistas available on a visit to the Catskill Mountains are breathtaking.
www.windhammountain.com (518) 734-4300
|The New York Restaurant|
Nestled in the Village of Catskill, The New York Restaurant has a laid back atmosphere featuring casual dining, American standards and Polish fare.
|The Cask and Rasher|
www.caskandrasher.com (518) 731-7468
We are a Japanese restaurant located in Greene County, New York, serving sushi, steak, seafood and more. www.sogosushiny.com (518) 888-5358
|Rive Gauche Bistro|
Country French cooking in an elegant yet very casual surrounding. (518) 945-1009
|Reds Restaurant Inc|
Reds has become synonymous with magnificent seafood and warm memories dating back to 1944. The nostalgic atmosphere and genuine staff make a visit to Reds an experience beyond dining out. (518) 731-8151 http://www.redsrestaurant.com
For more than 25 years Pegasus Restaurant has catered to a variety of different groups for various occasions, all memorable. From newlyweds starting their lives together with a grand wedding reception to loved ones hosting parties for friends and family, or a simple anniversary celebration, we consistently strive to create truly satisfying experiences for you and your guests. It would be a pleasure and privilege to help you celebrate both new beginnings and old traditions. www.pegasuson9w.com (518) 731-9200
|Mountain View Brasserie Inc|
The insistence of attention to detail and customer satisfaction parallels Chef Max Suhner’s obsession with food. Chef Suhner strives for perfection in his kitchen, and it is this standard of perfection that resonates throughout the entire restaurant. We welcome you to visit with us and experience culinary delights created by a culinary craftsman.
http://www.mountainviewbrasserie.com/ (518) 966-5522
|K&K Equestrian Center|
https://www.facebook.com/KK-Equestrian-Center-at-Ravine-Farm. (518) 966-4829
|Hunter Mountain Ski Resort|
Hunter Mountain Ski Resort
Construction was begun in early 1873, and the lighthouse was completed and put into operation on November 14, 1874. The facility served as a manned lighthouse until the 1950s at which time the lighthouse was automated and a named facility was no longer a necessity. Today, the Lighthouse still serves an aid to navigation, guiding ships safely around the Middle Ground Flats. Tours are available. www.hudsonathenslighthouse.org
|Hi-Way Drive In|
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|Frank Guidos Port of Call|
Frank Guido’s Port Of Call is located where the Hudson River meets Catskill Creek right off Dutchman’s landing. You can arrive by car or boat, and choose to sit on our outside patio and enjoy waterfront views, or our spacious dining room.
From fresh seafood and lobsters to steaks, pasta, chicken, salads, and more, we have something for everyone. We even have an extensive kids menu for seafood lovers and picky-eaters alike. Bring the family, make it a girls-night-out, or plan your next date at Frank Guido’s Port of Call! www.frankguidosportofcall.com (518) 943-5088
|Crossroads Brewing Company|
Crossroads Brewing Company opened with a 7 barrel brew house and a small tasting room where the first taste was poured on October 1, 2010. The work didn't end there and renovations continued with our pub opening in June of 2011, then finally the full kitchen and restaurant in June 2012. This unique building has once again become the pride of this beautiful, riverside village just as it was in 1893. www.crossroadsbrewingco.com/ (518) 945-2337
|Coxsackie Farmers Market|
Come shop for healthy, farm-fresh ingredients and support local farmers. We offer fresh fruits, vegetables, meats, cheeses, homemade baked goods, jellies, jams, pickled items, honey, plants, and fresh cut flowers. 518-731-2718 www.coxsackiefarmersmarket.org
Fun Run Italian Bistro!.. We Also do Catering! (518)-731-2220
Open Memorial Day Weekend - October 15 Visitors to the Bronck Museum participate in guided tours of National Historic Landmark structures that reflect over two hundred year of architectural history. (518)731-6490
|Black Horse Farms|
Welcome to Black Horse Farms, in the historic town of Athens, located in the Hudson Valley of NY, only 20 miles south of Albany, NY on Rt.9-W, or 6 miles north of exit 21 on the New York State Thruway in Catskill. Black Horse Farm is a true country market, featuring summer annuals, perennials, nursery stock, garden items, decorative pots, gourmet foods, baked items, gifts and the famous fresh produce department carrying organics and regular produce. We are a member of the Pride of New York and purchase honey, maple syrup and many other gourmet products from other New York enterprises. www.blackhorsefarms.com (518) 943-9324