Tuesday, May 29, 2018
The inaugural In the MKNG™ festival is taking place in the heart of New York’s Sullivan Catskills, a beautiful region of the country where there’s more than meets the eye. Only 90 miles away from New York City, you can enjoy simple country life surrounded by purple mountains, cerulean blue skies, crystal clear waterways (including the Delaware River, part of the National Park of the Upper Delaware Scenic Byway), verdant green pastures, and pewter gray cliffs. It’s after all what’s drawn world-wide visitors since the 1800s. But there’s oh so much more than spectacular beauty. You’ll be amazed at all the hip, happening and new things there are to do in the Sullivan Catskills.
Whether you’re visiting for an overnight, a weekend, or longer there is plenty to do to excite your senses. Outdoor adventures are plentiful from zip-lining to fly fishing. Whatever outdoor activity makes your blood run faster, you’ll find it in the Sullivan Catskills, surrounded by unmatched natural splendor. While rafting on the Delaware River or during your relaxing hike, look for the bald eagles soaring overhead, they’re just about everywhere.
The area is also known for its lively arts, culture and historic places. One of the most famous is the site of the In the MKNG festival, Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, home of the 1969 Woodstock Music and Arts Fair, now a National Historic Register site. Bring your appetite, too. Sullivan Catskills has a burgeoning food and beverage scene. You won’t leave hungry!
After a day at play, you can snooze and rest comfortably in a wide range of accommodations from full-service resorts, B&B’s, quaint inns, campgrounds or vacation rentals.
We can’t wait for you to join us September 29-30 at In the MKNG!
For more information about the Sullivan Catskills visit www.sullivancatskills.com.