Nestled in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains, where eagles fly overhead, Callicoon is a charming town steeped in history and rich in sightseeing opportunities. Whether you are visiting on a day trip, for a weekend or longer, Callicoon has plenty to offer and will keep you coming back.
Located on the banks of the Delaware River, Callicoon offers many water sport activities, such as kayaking, canoeing, rafting, tubing, swimming and fishing and eagle watching. There are many local NYS accesses along State Route 52, 17B and the Delaware River to fish or fly fish. There is also an abundance of wildlife to enjoy watching in the Delaware River Valley.
The Delaware Community Center has an activities program during the summer and swimming lessons as well. Additionally, the facility can be rented for private functions. Enjoy magnificant sunrises, sunsets and Catskill fall foliage while walking, biking, hiking or driving on our beautiful back roads. Visit the local farmers markets to buy local wine, fresh cheeses and produce…perfect to pack and take along on one of your adventures.
If golfing is your way of relaxing there are 5 courses for you to enjoy around the area. There are also museums, eagle watching, flea markets, antiquing, art galleries, unique shops, music festivals and country festivals to enjoy. You can also take a driving tour and visit our local artisans and antique shops, trail maps are available.
In the evening, dine at one of Callicoon’s many restaurants or pubs. Enjoy watching a movie at the charming 1940s full screen, dolby digital surround sound movie theater, or attend operettas and performances in the area. We are located only 15 miles from Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, Family Foundation School and French Woods Festival for the Performing Arts Camp.
Callicoon Farmers’ Market
Sundays Year Round
11:00am – 2:00pm
Local area farmers display and sell their homegrown products.
Info: (845) 292-6180 x115
Held in Callicoon Creek Park.
Hortonville Fire Department’s Annual Parade and Field Day
Saturday, August 27, 2016
Parade starts at noon on Main Street, Hortonville, followed by games and food (including chicken barbeque) at the firemen’s field. Fun for all ages.
Saturday and Sunday,
October 8 & 9, 2016
12:00pm – 8:00pm
Fine Art, art making, popup galleries, retailers, restaurants and more.
Artists CALL FOR ENTRY