Bethel Pastures Farm is centrally located to many great Catskill Mountain attractions. 6 miles to Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, the original site of Woodstock in 1969, where you can see the museum and monument, enjoy concerts, performances and festivals. We are 10 miles to Lake Superior State Park for swimming, boating and fishing. There is a beach, picnic area, playground and concession stand . We are about 10 miles to the Delaware River for water adventures including rafting and tubing down the historic river. Close to Restaurants on Kauneonga Lake for a great dinging and lake view experiences. Close to distilleries and bars, like the Dancing Cat Saloon or Prohibition Distillery in Roscoe, or the Callicoon Brewery . Close to historic venues like Fort Delaware Museum of Colonial History, Minisink Battleground Park which also has hiking trails
Art Galleries like the Catskill Arts Society in Liberty or the Rolling River Gallery in Parksville.
Great town shops right in Jeffersonville, like Jeff Junction for locally made gifts!
Just ask and we would be happy to recommend places based on your interests..
Enjoy the wonderful places in the Catskill Mountains, you are sure to have a great time anywhere you go!
BETHEL WOODS CENTER FOR THE ARTS
6 miles to the historic site of the original
Woodstock Music and Art Festival of 1969.
Great museum capturing the timeline of the 60's and the Woodstock Festival history. Admission may be 1/2 price with your concert ticket.
We provide shuttle service for $30/couple, RT. Must meet after concert by monument.
Please book Shuttle at time of your reservation.
Shuttle leaves 45 minutes before showtime.
Or if you want to go to Museum first. 1 and 1/2 hours before showtime. If you are sitting on lawn, go early they may run out of chairs!
Bring your bike and hiking shoes to Bethel Pastures Farm 52 acres! There are many Biking and Hiking opportunities here on the farm or in Sullivan County including Walnut Mountain park 12 minutes away in Liberty, Parksville O & W Rail Trail where you can view the scenic waterfall on the Little Beaverkill trout stream.
There are so many fishing lakes, reservoirs and stream in Sullivan County, you are sure to catch a FISH!
Trout, bass, shad, perch and pickerel can all be found here. Trout are very plentiful in the Willowemoc and Beaverkill and we are the fly fishing capital of the east coast. Delaware River for rafting, kayaking and canoeing. Beautiful and scenic!
Great restaurants are close by! Just ask us to recommend a place that suits your taste! Our favorites are the Fat Lady Café in Kauneonga Lake, Yanni's Gyro Express Cafe in Monticello, Tavern on Main in Jeffersonville, Mathews on Main in Calicoon, and SOLAIA Restaurant in Forestburgh, not far from a great theatre, The Forestbugh Playhouse!