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.