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Catskills New York

Oakland Valley Race Park - A kart and motorcycle racing facility that includes a multiple configurations, 1/2 mile road course, a dirt track, a SuperMoto dirt section, and several miles of dirt bike trails.

Bethel Woods Center for the Arts - A $100 million outdoor performing arts center and museum located at the site of the original 1969 Woodstock festival in Bethel. The 15,000 seat outdoor performing arts venue and The Museum at Bethel Woods are set within nearly 2,000 bucolic acres.

The Eagle Institute at the Delaware Highlands Conservancy - A non-profit organization dedicated to the protection of bald eagles and other birds of prey. The institute offers eagle watching in their natural habitat, slide presentations and field trips.

Forestburgh Playhouse - Nestled in the heart of Sullivan County, the Forestburgh Playhouse has been bringing professional quality theatre to the beautiful Catskill Mountains every summer since 1947.

Liberty Museum & Arts Center - First constructed as a hotel in 1894. Please stop in and visit the beautifully renovated historic building. The Center has been collecting and exhibiting items of historical interest.

The Mac-Haydn Theatre - The happiest place you can be ... The Mac-Haydn Theatre produces seven-eight fully staged musicals each year on the main stage, and four original musicals for children. All costumes and sets are designed and built by the theatre's talented designers and staff.

Plattekill Mountain - Featuring skiing, snowboarding, and snowtubing winter fun for all ages! Summer is home to over 60 miles of mountain bike trails and is one of the first lift served bike parks to operate on the East Coast.

Pratt Museum - Dedicated to exhibiting the history and culture of the northern Catskill Mountains during the 19th century, especially the tanning industry best illustrated through the life of Zadock Pratt, the regionís most prominent tanner.

Apple Pond Farm and Renewable Energy Education Center - A horse-powered, organic farm located in the Catskill Mountains of Sullivan County. The center offers family farm vacations, a comprehensive program of horse services & educational programs for schools, camps and families.

Delaware & Ulster Railroad - An excursion train that combines railroad nostalgia with scenic rides through New York's legendary Catskill Mountains.

Empire State Railway Museum - Dedicated to bringing alive the history of these railroads, their people and the towns they served, to the residents and visitors of the Catskill Mountains and the greater Hudson Valley.

Hanford Mills Museum - Explore America's industrial past. Situated in the northern Catskills, Hanford Mills Museum is a working saw and grist mill powered by a Fitz overshot waterwheel. The Museum also features tours of the John Hanford Farmstead and a gasoline powered engine and dynamo.

Cooperstown and Charlotte Valley Railroad - Ride Into History... and Beautiful Scenery... Built in 1869, the Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad gives you a chance to experience what was once the primary form of transportation throughout the country - riding the rails.

Maverick Concert Hall - A historic, rustic concert hall in a woodland setting. The hall offers a variety of chamber and children concerts.

Joseph L. Popp, Jr. Butterfly Conservatory - The main exhibit at the J. L. Popp, Jr. Butterfly Conservatory is held within a 3,000 sq. ft. indoor conservatory-herbarium, home to over 150 animals form beautiful birds and butterflies to lizards, tortoises, fish, just to name a few.

Open Eye Theater - Dedicated to creating, developing, and producing plays for a diverse audience in the Catskill Mountains; providing children, youth and adult artists-in-training with quality hands-on education and theater arts experience.

Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary - Here you can frolic with goats in a large open pasture, sit down with a pig who wants nothing more than a belly rub, cuddle with chickens who seek out your attention or get nuzzled by some very friendly sheep!

Thomas Cole National Historic Site - Set high on a hill overlooking the Catskill mountains Cole celebrated in his paintings, Cedar Grove now looks much as it did in the artist's time. Guided tours lead visitors through the house today, which includes period furnishings and a few of Cole's personal belongings and paintings.

Zoom Flume Water Park - The Catskills' largest water park, offers safe fun, excitement and relaxation for all ages in a beautiful natural setting.