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Top Reasons to Go to The Catskills

Bethel Woods Center for the Arts: Both a cultural hub and a museum, the center explores the cultural transformation of the 1960s at the site of the Woodstock Music and Arts Fair.

Breathtaking views: Drive the highways and byways of the Catskills during any season where winding roads cross picturesque streams and rise up and down through the hills and valleys of an undulating terrain. Be surprised by roosting eagles, soaring vultures, and roadside wildlife going about their business naturally.

Fish on: When they talk fish in the Catskills, the name is trout. The Roscoe Junction Pool, where the Willowemoc River runs into the Beaverkill Creek, is where the serious fly-fishers go.

Go for a float: Bring your floatation device, boat, tube, kayak, whatever—and don't forget your fishing pole, and head to the Upper Delaware River, which borders New York and Pennsylvania.

Thomas Cole National Historic Site: Along with the Hudson River Art trail, this restored home allows visitors to see the views that inspired America's first great landscape painters. Walk in the footsteps of Cole, Frederic Church, Asher B. Durand, Jasper Cropsey, Sanford Gifford, and other pioneering American artists.

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