Town Guide #19: Peekskill
Welcome to HUTS nineteenth Town Guide, explore Peekskill with us! This town is known asRead more
Welcome to our seventeenth edition of our HUTS Town Guide Series. Many of us know this town as the home of the historic 1969 Woodstock Festival, Bethel NY carries that feel good energy into all it has to offer!
For a heartwarming breakfast head over to the Bethel Market Cafe. This cafe is full of charm, enjoy some homemade quiches and decadent french toast in a building that was there for Woodstock and long before. Don’t miss out on their extensive baked goods either, we love their almond horns!
How can you go wrong strolling around on the historic grounds of the 1969 Woodstock festival at the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts. Follow the Bindy Bazaar Trails into the woods where festival attendees waited out the rain and vendors set up shop for the weekend of the festival. Just keep an eye out for the vibrant crochet patterns wrapped around the trees as part of a large-scale art installation by artist Carol Hummel.
Follow Bindy’s Trails right back towards the Museum at Bethel Woods to see films and treasures left behind from that groovy weekend that defined a decade. After the museum you can head over to the Catskill Distillery at the Dancing Cat Saloon and sip on some award winning spirits.
This Airbnb is everything you could want for a weekend in Bethel. You can have up to six guests in this cozy Catskills home with a stunning view of a lake. After all of your day-dreaming about what it was like here in 1969 you can take the kayaks out and get lost in the magic of the Bethel.
Looking to own your own little slice of heaven look no further with plenty of privacy on 5.19 acres you can build whatever you want and be just a stone’s throw away from concerts at Bethel Woods Performing Arts Center and waterfront dining looking over crystal clear mountain lakes. Here’s the link for more details on this property!