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The bucolic hamlet of Andes, in the southeast corner of Delaware County, is known for its eclectic charms. Surrounded by rolling hills and farmland, Main Street is the perfect juxtaposition of rural pleasures and cosmopolitan aesthetics.
Home to the Delaware Ulster Railroad, Arkville Bread and Breakfast, The Catskill Center, the Erpf Center, the Catskill Recreation Center, and the future home of the Water Discovery Center—there’s a lot going on in this tiny hamlet
Historically known for its dairy products, most notably butter, this picturesque town used to be a “best kept secret” but now it’s known for its rugged beauty, along with its butter, and is something of a hotspot for vacationers and weekenders, alike.
Delhi is a bustling college town with shops, restaurants, and galleries—all surrounded by sweeping pastoral beauty.
A multi-ethnic community at the base of Belleayre Mountain, Fleishchmanns has a storied history and a bright future.
On Route 30, between Margaretville and Roxbury, Halcottsville is a peaceful hamlet home to the infamous Round Barn Farmer's Market.
In between Andes and Delhi, Hamden lies on the western branch of the Delaware River, famous for its fishing.
Margaretville, on the east branch of the Delaware River, is home to the annual Firemen's 4th of July Carnival and two dazzling displays of fireworks.
In the northwestern Catskills, Meredith was founded in 1800 and named after Reese Meredith, a close friend of General George Washington.
The town of Roxbury, at the eastern edge of Delaware County, was the birthplace of naturalist John Burroughs and financier Jay Gould, and its history is still perfectly preserved. In 2004, the hamlet was designated a “Preserve America Community.”