Seasonal Activities

Summer Activities:

Bear Creek Landing: Spectacular miniature golf and lighted driving range. Arcade and game room. Soft serve ice cream. (518-263-3839)

Catskill Corners: World’s largest kaleidoscope, the gallery of light and magic, including captain Kaledio’s star works and Tom’s crystal palace. (518-688-5800)

Catskill Mountain Scenic rail ride along the Esopus Creek, Delaware Railroad: and Ulster Rail Ride. (845-688-5800)

Colgate Lake: Beautiful lake, fishing, hiking, and swimming.

Disc Golf: Disc golf at Hunter Mountain. They offer 18+ holes of challenging play, with everything from wide open cross-slope throws to tight, wooded shots and some incredible long down-hill throws.

Dolan’s Lake: Swimming spot set in park like setting with picnic tables and pavilion.

Hoebowl: Bowling night and day in Catskill. (518-943-4980)

Horseback Riding:

Bailiwick Ranch and Discovery Zoo: 518-678-5665 (Catskill)
(bailiwickzoo@aol.com)

Hidden Meadow Farm: 518-589-3903 (Durham)

Bear Creek Landing: 518-263-3839 (Hunter)
(www.bearcreekrestaurant.com)

K & K Equestrian Center: 518-966-4829 (E. Durham)

Sunside Equestrian Center: 518-605-5291 (Cairo)

Tanglewood Ranch: 518-622-9531 (E. Durham)

Howe Caverns: Appreciate the geology of the caverns including the magnifi
cent limestone formations, the stalactites, stalemates and flowstone. (518-296-8900)

Huckleberry Trail: Running from Clum Hill Road across from Cortina Valley, down around some of Tannersville Lake, all the way to Bloomer Road. About 2 miles. (518-589-5850)

Kiwanis Ice Arena: Ice Skating. (845-246-2591)

Library: Haines Falls Library. Brand new building across from the highschool in Tannersville.

Movies: Hunter Mountain Cinema (518) 263-4702 Rte. 23A, Hunter

Windham Theatre (518) 734-6110

Museums:

Bronck Museum: 518-731-6490 (Coxsackie)   (www.gchistory.org/barns.php)

Catskill Mountain House Site: 518-589-5058 (Haines Falls) (www.catskillarchive.com/mtnhouse)

Durham Center Museum: 518-239-8461 (Durham)

Irish American Heritage Museum: 518-427-1916  (Durham)(www.irishamericanheritagemuseaum.org)

Iroquois Indian Museum: 518-296-8949 (Howe Cave) (iroquoismuseum.org)
Thomas Cole House: 518-943-6533 (Catskill) (www.thomascole.org)

Zaddock Pratt Museum: 518-299-3395 (Prattsville) (www.prattmuseum.com)

North/South Lake: A beautifully maintained State Park. Swimming, boating, fishing, and hiking. (518-589-5058)

Playgrounds: Tannersville offers a state of the art playground. Hunter Elementary also has a playground open to the public on weekends and off hours.

Secret Caverns: Discover a magnificant 100 foot underground waterfalls beneath the beautiful hills of NY.

Skateboarding Park: Open from dawn until dusk. Helmets and pads required. This state of art street course consists of two street spines, flat banks, funboxes, quarte
rpipes, a handrail, and a grind rail.

Tennis: Public Tennis courts available at the high-school on weekends and off hours.

Tannersville Lake: Also known as Rip Van Winkle Lake. A great place to swim. A covered picnic area, pavilion, playground, basketball court, skate park, and hand ball wall.

Town Tinker: Ride Down the Esopus Creek with the rapids or Tube Rental: with the current as the Esopus winds thru the  Catskills. (845-688-5553)

Zipline Adventures: Longest and highest biplane tour in North America. Three adventures to choose from; skywriter tour, mid mountain tour, and the adventure tour. (518-263-4388)

Zoom Flume:  Nestled in the scenic northern Catskill Mountains, Zoom Flume, New York’s #1 Family Water Park offers safe water fun, excitement and relaxation for all ages in a beautiful natural setting. Located just over two hours north of New York City and just one hour south of Albany, Zoom Flume is the perfect location: close enough for a great day trip and far enough for an unforgettable vacation.

Area Festivals And Events

JUNE 3, 2017

SANDLOT– Greenville Drive In

In the summer of 1962, a new kid in town is taken under the wing of a young baseball prodigy and his rowdy team, resulting in many adventures.

DOORS OPEN 7PM; MOVIE BEGINS AT DUSK (AROUND 8:45) ARRIVE BEFORE 8 TO PARTICIPATE IN EARLY BIRD GIVEAWAY
GREENVILLE NY

Bird Walk with Larry Federman

Our bird walk guided by Audubon Education Coordinator Larry Federman has become an annual ritual for many of our visitors. The Arboretum’s habitats are great for birding and easily accessible. Bring boots and binoculars. 8 AM

MOUNTAINTOP ARBORETUM Tannersville NY
518-589-3903


Jeanne MacDonald In Concert

With a voice as pure as a Catskill creek, NYC nightlife luminary Jeanne MacDonald mesmerizes audiences and critics alike with her subtle, intelligent way with a lyric and an authentic style all her own. This second installment in Bridge Street Theatre’s 2017 Cabaret Series will be performed Saturday June 3 at 8:00pm on the Bridge Street Theatre Mainstage, located at 44 West Bridge Street in the Village of Catskill, NY. $22 advance tickets can be purchased from BrownPaperTickets.com or by calling them at 800-838-3006. Tickets can also be purchased at the door one half hour prior to the performance on a space available basis for $25. Tickets for students age 21 and under are always $10. These Cabaret evenings have proven to be extremely popular in the past and tickets tend to sell out quickly, so pre-purchase is strongly recommended.

 

44 West Bridge Street Catskill 518-943-3818
“4” Art Exhibit and Sale

“4” is a one weekend “Pop Up” art exhibit and sale organized and curated by the four local participating artists, Keith A. Batten, Tim Ebneth, Joseph Stabilito, and Tom McGill in cooperation with Gallery at 46 Green Street & 46 Green Street Studios.

“PREVIEW” SATURDAY 1-4PM; MAIN EVENT SATURDAY 5-7PM
41st Annual Tour of Homes

Greene County Historical Society’s 41st Annual Tour of Homes to be held in Greenville. Tour Headquarters at the North Barn at Greenville Town Park. Tickets $30, Advanced sale tickets $25.

10AM-4PM GREENVILLE, NY
Summit Yoga Series

Start your Saturday morning on a high note! Yoga on a mountain top with spectacular views. Purchase your ticket at the Bike Park at 9 am. The yoga instructor will escort the group to the chairlift for scenic skyride to the top of the mountain. Once you have arrived, you will practice the mental, physical and spiritual art of yoga in the most natural setting on our summit deck. Class lasts for seventy five minutes and the cost is $20, including skyride.
For questions, please e-mail alpinespa@windhammountain.com or call 518-310-2729. Make sure to bring water and wear sunscreen! If you have a yoga mat, bring it! If you don’t, we’ll have extras available at the summit.

Live Music on Deck of Mulligan’s Pub

This summer, enjoy live music and a gorgeous view on the deck at Mulligan’s Pub. Join us every Saturday from May 27th through September 2nd.

Windham New York 3pm-6pm

JUNE 4, 2017

Cairo Fairgrounds Speedway Reunion

Reunion of the drivers, pit crew and spectators who once raced at the Cairo Fairgrounds Speedway for five short, but memorable weeks in 1974.

10:00AM TO 5:00PM ANGELO CANNA PARKCAIRO, NY

Diamondback Motocross of East Durham –
MSC Championship Motocross Racing – HONDA CONTINGENCY

The fast, high flying motocross riders of the Metropolitan Sports Committee comes back to the Diamondback Motocross.

EAST DURHAM, NY 845-554-8717

Bronck Family at Home in Pieter’s World – Brewing

When a birthday comes around a celebration is usually in order. From May to mid November 2017, 400 years after the birth of Pieter Bronck everyone is invited to a series of special time bending fun events designed to explore Pieter’s World.

On Sunday afternoon in June this season’s Bronck Family at Home events highlight various aspects of Pieter’s World. Brewing on June 4th, Building on July 16th and Living on September 10th. hop or not to hop. Exploration of the art and craft of home brewing. Adults/$7.

2PM BRONCK MUSEUM COXSACKIE, NY

JUNE 9, 2017

5th Annual Taste of Country Music Festival        June 9-11, 2017

Country comes to the mountains! The music event of the summer with great food, and premium camping and lodging options right on the mountainside in the Northeast’s most beautiful natural amphitheater. Hunter Mountain once again hosts country music’s brightest stars including headliners Jason Aldean, Sam Hunt, and Miranda Lambert! Visit TasteofCountryFestival.com to stay up-to-date.

HUNTER MOUNTAIN HUNTER, NY

DEAD SHOT MARY                                                       June 9- 11, 2017

The true story of one of the first female detectives in the NYPD!
Bridge Street Theatre presents the phenomenal true story of Mary Shanley who, in 1931, joined the NYPD, became one of the first women to attain the rank of Detective First Grade, and then nearly lost it all. Stephen Kaliski directs Rachel McPhee in Robert K. Benson’s one woman show about this legendary, pistol-packin’ trailblazer. 7:30PM – 8:45PM

BRIDGE ST. THEATRE CATSKILL, NY

JUNE 10, 2017

Round Top Senior Soccer Tournament                   June 10-11, 2017

Teams ranging from ages over 30, over 40 and over 48 from New York City, Long Island, Germany, New England, and Upstate New York.

8AM – 6:30PM RIEDLBAUER’S RESORT ROUND TOP, NY
518-622-9584

Race to Read – 5K – Run/Walk

All proceeds from this 5K in Cairo, NY will be used to purchase and send free books to preschool children!
The Cairo-Durham Imagination Library & the Resurrection Lutheran Church present The Race to Read – 5K Run/Walk Saturday, June 10, 2017 at 9:00 am at the Cairo Town Park. Registration will begin at 7:30 am All proceeds from the Race to Read will be used to send books to Cairo-­Durham children who are a part of the Imagination Library.
ANGELO CANNA PARK CAIRO 518-622-3286
Catskill Yard Sale Day

Come find treasures galore! Rain or shine. Numerous yard sales throughout the Village and Town of Catskill. Please call for more information.
Catskill NY 518-943-3057
Presentation by Author/Publisher Nick Lyons

On Saturday June 10th, Author and Publisher Nick Lyons will reminisce about the Laurel House, fishing in South Lake and Lake Creek and fly-fishing in the Catskills — Nick Lyons is a well-known and well-respected Catskills fisherman. He began fishing during the summers he spent as a boy at the Laurel House which was owned by his grandparents Nathan and Sadie Bernstein between 1929 and 1953. 7:00 p.m. @ U&D Train Station in Haines Falls, reception to chat with author following talk. ($3.00 donation requested)

7pm Mountaintop Historical Society 518-589-6657

Summit Yoga Series

Start your Saturday morning on a high note! Yoga on a mountain top with spectacular views. Purchase your ticket at the Bike Park at 9 am. The yoga instructor will escort the group to the chairlift for scenic skyride to the top of the mountain. Once you have arrived, you will practice the mental, physical and spiritual art of yoga in the most natural setting on our summit deck. Class lasts for seventy five minutes and the cost is $20, including skyride.
For questions, please e-mail alpinespa@windhammountain.com or call 518-310-2729. Make sure to bring water and wear sunscreen! If you have a yoga mat, bring it! If you don’t, we’ll have extras available at the summit.

Live Music on Deck of Mulligan’s Pub

This summer, enjoy live music and a gorgeous view on the deck at Mulligan’s Pub. Join us every Saturday from May 27th through September 2nd.

Windham New York 3pm-6pm

JUNE 11, 2017

Fractured Landscapes: A Fiber Art Workshop with Katie Pasquini-Masopust

In this 5-day workshop, you will learn to fracture a finished drawing to create different shapes for color choices and add a surrealistic quality using fabric and quilting.
9:00AM-4:00PM GREENVILLE, NY
JUNE 16, 2017

PAINT & SIP AT WINDHAM COUNTRY CLUB

6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Discover your inner artist at our second Paint & Sip event! Enjoy gorgeous surroundings, wine or beer, and delicious hors d’oeuvres.
Instructor Linda Nicholls $45 per seat – includes instruction, 11″ x 14″ canvas, paint and supplies, a glass of wine or beer, and hors d’oeuvres.
Call 518-734-5200 to reserve your seat

13th Annual Mountain Jam      June 16-18, 2017

Held annually since 2005, Mountain Jam brings together approximately 50 bands from the rock, indie and jam-band worlds across three stages. Rock & Roll Hall of Famers Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, and Steve Miller Band will top the bill of the 2017 festival with superstars Peter Frampton, Gary Clark Jr., Michael Franti & Spearhead and many more also taking the Mountain Jam stage. Tickets and camping are on sale now at MountainJam.com.

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HUNTER MOUNTAIN SKIING:

Midweek – Adult $70 , Youth (7-17) $55 , Junior / Senior $55 , Toddler- free

Wkend/Holiday – Adult $80 , Youth (7-17) $64 , Junior/Senior $64, Toddler- free

Hunter Mountain Tickets: Info 518-263-4223

WINDHAM MOUNTAIN SKIING:

Midweek – Adult $75 , Youth (7-17) $58 , Junior / Senior $49 , Toddler- free

Wkend/Holiday – Adult $85 , Youth (7-17) $73 , Junior/Senior $63, Toddler- freeSunset and Night skiing available.Windham Mountain Tickets: Info 518-734-4300

 

SNOWTUBING:
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Hunter Mountain –

With 20+ chutes nearly 1,000 feet long, a Mini Tubing Park for children, a snack bar and fire pit, Hunter Mountain’s snowtubing park is an adventure for all ages!

Hours and Prices

Two-hour sessions every hour on the hour: $20 per person, 42″ and above*

*Two-hour session 33″-42″ with adult: $30
Friday Sessions
starting at: 5pm, 6pm, 7pm

Saturday Sessions starting at: 10am, 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm, 6pm, 7pm

Sunday Sessions starting at: 10am, 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm

** Please note, space is limited in any given session. Hours may change –
please call ahead to confirm availabilty and hours @ (518) 263-4223.

Windham Mountain –

Rocket down a 650-foot snow-covered slope, flat on your back in a canvas-covered tube! No skill is required, just as long as you’re tall enough to get in and out of the tube. Soar downhill on a speedy solo or tie up to six tubes together, taking over the hill for a group run. Lounge while the special tow brings you back up top! The tubing hill is equipped with snowmaking and grooming for the best conditions possible.

Two-hour tubing session $20          Four-hour tubing session $25
Friday Night Special (5pm – 8pm) $15
Tubing value pack (five four-hour session tickets) $89
Group Rates Available

Fridays * 5pm – 8pm
Saturdays* & Holidays 11am – 8pm
Sundays 11am – 4pm
*Saturday 3/5 & Sunday 3/6 11am – 4pm
Night Tubing ends on February 27th, 2016

 

SNOWMOBILING:

Rip Van Winkle Ranch – Snowmobile rentals on mountain trails. Just 5 minutes from Hunter Mountain. Rte. 23A, Haines Falls 518.589.6215

– Weekends only $40-half hour, $80-full hour. Must
have permit or driver’s license. Rte. 214 & Rte. 23A, Hunter 518.263.3839 www.bearcreeklandinghunter.com

Windham Mountain Adventure Park – The Adventure Park has a fleet of 120cc Arctic Cat snowmobiles that are just for kids! Imagine the fun your children will have driving their own snowmobile around an oval track located at the Adventure Park lower level. This takes winter fun to a whole new level.
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Rates

Per 5 minute session

Includes helmet and instruction $10

 

ICE SKATING:

Windham Mountain Adventure Park

Our beautiful outdoor skating center is right next to the snow tubing area. You’ll find a 120′ x 60′ outdoor skating rink and a warming center complete with skate rentals. Your entire family will enjoy this wholesome activity!
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Hours
Sessions are at 11am – 3pm and 4:30pm – 8pm

Kiwanis Ice Arena

ADMISSION: Adults: $6.00 Students: $4.00**   Skates: $3.00

Ages5 AND Under: FREE

Monday: 10:15-11:45am 12:00pm-1:30pm 1:45pm – 3:15pm 3:30pm – 4:45pm

Tuesday: 6:30am – 8am 8:15am – 10am 10:15-11:45am 12:00pm – 1:30pm 1:45pm-3:15pm

Wednesday: 10:15am – 11:45am 12:00pm – 1:30pm 1:45pm – 3:15pm 3:45pm-4:45pm

Thursday: 6:30am – 8am 8:15am – 10am 10:15-11:45am 12pm – 1:30pm 1:45-3:15pm

Friday: 10:15-11:45am 12pm – 1:30pm 1:45-3:15pm 3:30-4:45p

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Sunday: 12:00pm – 1:30pm

 

 

CROSS COUNTRY SKIING

Mountain Trails Cross Country Ski Center –

A family adventure, 35Km groomed, track-set, marked and patrolled, winter woodland trails in the beautiful Catskill Mountains.

Snack bar, warming hut, cross country ski, snowshoes and pull sled rentals and PSIA instruction.

Call for conditions! Brochure and Directions.

Trail Tickets Full Day / PM Discount (After 2:00pm)
Adult: $20 / $18
Teens (12-17): $18 / $16
Junior (6-11): $10 / $8
Children (Under6): Free Free

Group rates and season passes are also available!

Equipment Rental Full Day / Half Day (After 2:00pm)
Adult: $20 / $18
Teens(11-17): $18 / $16
Junior (6-11): $15 / $13
Under 6 $8 / $6
Snowshoes: $20 $18

Rte. 23A, Tannersville – 518.589.5361 info@mtntrails.com

Windham  – 

YOU DON’T NEED TO SPEED DOWNHILL TO HAVE A BLAST!
Guests choose the length of the experience with several miles of introductory-level cross country skiing and snowshoe trails. This winter wonderland will take you onto marked, groomed, and tracked trails near the Batavia Kill Creek with gorgeous mountain views.
Conditions, tracks, and markings are weather dependent and may change accordingly. Please call 518-734-4300 to check the current operating status.
X/C & Snowshoe Trail Fee
Adult $10
Junior $6
6 & under FREE
Rentals
Skis, boots, poles $15
Snowshoe $10
Lessons
Group $20
Private $55
Semi-Private $45
Trail, Rental, & Lesson Package
Adult $38        Junior n/a        6 & under n/a
Hours: Open 8:00am – 4:00pm Weekends & Holiday Weeks, weather permitting.

Times may vary based on daylight.
Location: Located at the Windham Country Club, 36 South Street, Windham, NY 12496

Zip Lining:

Hunter Mountain 

Reservations needed. Call (518) 263-4388

This will be a four-season operation – if you’re dressed for skiing or snowboarding (minus the boots), you’re dressed for winter Ziplining!

Windham Mountain –

Two racing zip lines glide 40 ft above the ground and travel nearly 500 ft! The dual zip lines land at a mid-station which then connects to another single zip line and rope bridge. Zippers must be between 80 – 270 pounds to participate.
Rates
One Zip $10
Two Zips (same person) $15

Summer Activities:

Bear Creek Landing: Spectacular miniature golf and lighted driving range. Arcade and game room. Soft serve ice cream. (518-263-3839)

Catskill Corners: World’s largest kaleidoscope, the gallery of light and magic, including captain Kaledio’s star works and Tom’s crystal palace. (518-688-5800)

Catskill Mountain Scenic rail ride along the Esopus Creek, Delaware Railroad: and Ulster Rail Ride. (845-688-5800)

Colgate Lake: Beautiful lake, fishing, hiking, and swimming.

Disc Golf: Disc golf at Hunter Mountain. They offer 18+ holes of challenging play, with everything from wide open cross-slope throws to tight, wooded shots and some incredible long down-hill throws.

Dolan’s Lake: Swimming spot set in park like setting with picnic tables and pavilion.

Hoebowl: Bowling night and day in Catskill. (518-943-4980)

Horseback Riding:

Bailiwick Ranch and Discovery Zoo: 518-678-5665 (Catskill)
(bailiwickzoo@aol.com)

Hidden Meadow Farm: 518-589-3903 (Durham)

Bear Creek Landing: 518-263-3839 (Hunter)
(www.bearcreekrestaurant.com)

K & K Equestrian Center: 518-966-4829 (E. Durham)

Sunside Equestrian Center: 518-605-5291 (Cairo)

Tanglewood Ranch: 518-622-9531 (E. Durham)

Howe Caverns: Appreciate the geology of the caverns including the magnifi
cent limestone formations, the stalactites, stalemates and flowstone. (518-296-8900)

Huckleberry Trail: Running from Clum Hill Road across from Cortina Valley, down around some of Tannersville Lake, all the way to Bloomer Road. About 2 miles. (518-589-5850)

Kiwanis Ice Arena: Ice Skating. (845-246-2591)

Library: Haines Falls Library. Brand new building across from the highschool in Tannersville.

Movies: Hunter Mountain Cinema (518) 263-4702 Rte. 23A, Hunter

Windham Theatre (518) 734-6110

Museums:

Bronck Museum: 518-731-6490 (Coxsackie)   (www.gchistory.org/barns.php)

Catskill Mountain House Site: 518-589-5058 (Haines Falls) (www.catskillarchive.com/mtnhouse)

Durham Center Museum: 518-239-8461 (Durham)

Irish American Heritage Museum: 518-427-1916  (Durham)(www.irishamericanheritagemuseaum.org)

Iroquois Indian Museum: 518-296-8949 (Howe Cave) (iroquoismuseum.org)
Thomas Cole House: 518-943-6533 (Catskill) (www.thomascole.org)

Zaddock Pratt Museum: 518-299-3395 (Prattsville) (www.prattmuseum.com)

North/South Lake: A beautifully maintained State Park. Swimming, boating, fishing, and hiking. (518-589-5058)

Playgrounds: Tannersville offers a state of the art playground. Hunter Elementary also has a playground open to the public on weekends and off hours.

Secret Caverns: Discover a magnificant 100 foot underground waterfalls beneath the beautiful hills of NY.

Skateboarding Park: Open from dawn until dusk. Helmets and pads required. This state of art street course consists of two street spines, flat banks, funboxes, quarte
rpipes, a handrail, and a grind rail.

Tennis: Public Tennis courts available at the high-school on weekends and off hours.

Tannersville Lake: Also known as Rip Van Winkle Lake. A great place to swim. A covered picnic area, pavilion, playground, basketball court, skate park, and hand ball wall.

Town Tinker: Ride Down the Esopus Creek with the rapids or Tube Rental: with the current as the Esopus winds thru the  Catskills. (845-688-5553)

Zipline Adventures: Longest and highest biplane tour in North America. Three adventures to choose from; skywriter tour, mid mountain tour, and the adventure tour. (518-263-4388)

Zoom Flume:  Nestled in the scenic northern Catskill Mountains, Zoom Flume, New York’s #1 Family Water Park offers safe water fun, excitement and relaxation for all ages in a beautiful natural setting. Located just over two hours north of New York City and just one hour south of Albany, Zoom Flume is the perfect location: close enough for a great day trip and far enough for an unforgettable vacation.

 

 

 

AREA FESTIVALS

TAP NY – April 29 & 30, 2017

Sample the finest beers produced by 120+ New York State craft breweries and brewpubs at this one-of-a-kind beer and food appreciation event. In its 19th year, TAP® New York featured over 350 individual beers and had grown to be the largest gathering of New York Craft Brewers in the state. TAP® New York started out 20 years ago with a couple hundred beer fanatics and a handful of craft brewers at the prestigious Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, and has grown into the largest craft beer and food event in New York State.

5th Annual Taste of Country Music Festival        June 9-11, 2017

Country comes to the mountains! The music event of the summer with great food, and premium camping and lodging options right on the mountainside in the Northeast’s most beautiful natural amphitheater. Hunter Mountain once again hosts country music’s brightest stars including headliners Jason Aldean, Sam Hunt, and Miranda Lambert! Visit TasteofCountryFestival.com to stay up-to-date as more artists are announced and to purchase your tickets and camping today.

 

13th Annual Mountain Jam      June 16-18, 2017

Held annually since 2005, Mountain Jam brings together approximately 50 bands from the rock, indie and jam-band worlds across three stages. Rock & Roll Hall of Famers Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, and Steve Miller Band will top the bill of the 2017 festival with superstars Peter Frampton, Gary Clark Jr., Michael Franti & Spearhead and many more also taking the Mountain Jam stage. Tickets and camping are on sale now at MountainJam.com.