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Sweet in the Sullivan County Catskills
The gold is flowing from the trees in the Sullivan County Catskills. Maple syrup gold that is, being produced by local producers and it's time to come to the Catskills to enjoy.
Having just fired up its new state-of-the-
Maple Weekend activities kick-off on Saturday, March 10, with a free hike at the picturesque Frost Valley YMCA in Claryville to their Maple Sugar House where they will explain the whole tap to table process. additional information and hikes are scheduled for the two following Maple Weekends March 17 & 18, and March 24 & 25 as well.
On Sunday March 18, the 17th annual Maple Weekend, enjoy a trio of maple delights combined to give you a sweet winter Catskills experience. Start with a maple inspired tasting at Main Street Farm in Livingston Manor, followed by an invigorating hike led by Morgan Outdoors through the maple groves at Catskill Mountain Sugar House, capped off with a tour of this state of the art facility.
With so much to do in the Sullivan County Catskills, make a weekend of it and enjoy more sweetness when you book a stay at Red Cottage Inc. and receive a free pint of delicious maple syrup during these Maple Weekend celebrations. Many of our fine B&B's like the Golden Guernsey or Rowland on Swan Lake serve breakfast treats with the finest of maple syrup and home grown produce. Enjoy a meal at the Eureka Market & Cafe where the hugely popular carrot cake is topped with maple syrup and cream cheese frosting. The Dancing Cat Saloon and Catskill Distillery along with Sonoma Falls Farm are also great places to sample maple treats and enjoy the outdoors.
The Sullivan County Catskills is one great vacation destination to enjoy anytime of the year, located just ninety mile from New York City.
For more information and things to do go to www.scva.net or follow us on face book at Sullivan County Catskills.
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SCVA is a Destination Marketing Organization dedicated to promoting the Sullivan County Catskills located 90 mile from New York City