Things to do in Sullivan County Catskills. There is rafting, canoeing, fishing, hiking, museum, theater, and so much more. Home to the original 1969 Woodstock Festival. Home to the legendary Beaverkill And Willowemoc Rivers where dry fly fishing was created.The Delaware River caresses our western border and offers habitat for one of the largest Bald Eagle nesting areas. Cultural pockets abound with the Forestburgh Playhouse, Delaware Valley Arts Alliance, NaCL, Weekend of Chamber Music and Shandelee Music Festival. Full service resorts and exquisite B&B’s. The Sullivan County Catskills has it all.
The Visitors Association is the official Tourism Promotion Agency of the Sullivan County Catskills and is also a full service Convention and Visitors Bureau.SCVA is a membership organization working with members to promote the Sullivan County Catskills tourism industry to domestic and international markets. The Association also provides its members with cooperative marketing opportunities locally and nationally as well as added and earned value benefits.
Visit the website for more information.
This historical landmark is a must see for lighthouse history buffs, it is a picture perfect island to hold your wedding or a memorable honeymoon getaway, a fun day trip, things to do idea any time of the year. Stay in the beautiful renovated Victorian rooms built in the 1800’s and enjoy the gourmet menu, soak up the bay area views.
If you are looking to offer a helping hand, join their volunteer program to help keep this historical island landmark looking good.
East Brother Lighthouse, or more accurately a Light Station, is a beautifully restored California Victorian Lighthouse Dinner, Bed & Breakfast Inn was built in 1873 and is perched atop an island in the strait that separates San Francisco and San Pablo Bays.
East Brother Light Station Dinner, Bed & Breakfast is an historical landmark. They offer a truly unique and memorable experience for those that visit. Breathtaking views, a nature eco-system, old world lighthouse and photographers delight. Accessible only 10 minutes by boat, this small island off the coast of California near San Francisco beckons you to experience a once and a lifetime stay or day visit getaway a world away from the hustle and bustle of the nearby cities.
The lighthouse offers the rare combination of both a “lighthouse dinner, bed & breakfast” and an “island Dinner, B&B,” and is a unique California destination.
A unique and memorable honeymoon destination
Memorable wedding venue
An affordable fun day trip with guided tour
A place to stay surrounded by nature and views of the California San Francisco and San Pablo Bays.
A great gift idea. A relaxing retreat getaway, a wedding gift, an anniversary gift or for any occasion.
There is a monthly volunteer program where you will make new friends, gain experience while helping a historical landmark
Available as a film or photography location rental. Contact for availability.
Visit the web site for how to make a reservation, more details on the volunteer program, history of the lighthouse, to signup for their newsletter chocked full of articles and photos of the happenings on the island or to get a gift certificate.
Set back into time when you enter the gates of Gammons Gulch. This unique destination is filled with history and movie memorabilia.
The town folks are welcoming and provide tours throughout the town. Belly up to the bar in the saloon and enjoy a cold Sasparilla, visit the miners camp and see how it was done so many years ago.
Listen to the stories your tour guide Jay Gammons tells with humor and filled with facts of the history of the area. Thrill to see the movie memorabilia, props and antiques that are displayed everywhere you look. A memorable place to visit. You enter a stranger and leave as family.
Visit the web site for more information on tours or how to book this location for your next film, photography, tour or event.
Photo courtesy of Gammons Gulch.