Catskill Point, Beattie Powers Place, Dutchman’s Landing, and RamsHorn-Livingston Sanctuary
The Historic Catskill Point includes an open-air cobblestone plaza, a waterfront park overlooking the Hudson River and Catskill Creek, floating docks and two restored 19th century buildings: the Freightmasters Building and the Historic Warehouse.
The former Freightmasters Building is a vintage brick structure converted into a maritime museum. The building’s South Bay is ideal for classroom-style meetings and more intimate gatherings of up to 50 guests.
The Historic Warehouse is a 115-year-old wooden structure with truss ceilings and a clear span covering 180 ft. x 50 ft. or 9,000 square feet. With large bay doors that can be opened on both the Hudson River and Plaza sides, the building provides an “open air” feeling that is perfect for larger gatherings, such as weddings, fundraising events, galas and other special events. The Warehouse can host up to 600 guests.
The Catskill Point is a 10+ minute walk from Caleb Street’s Inn.
An 1837 Greek Revival Mansion, located within the Beattie-Powers Place, a Village of Catskill Park with sweeping views of the Hudson River and Olana. It is a wonderful spot to have a picnic, or just take in the view.
Beattie-Powers Place is a 10+ minute walk from Caleb Street’s Inn.
With boat launch ramps, BBQ’s, picnic tables, and a playground, the Dutchman’s Landing park at the eastern end of Main Street in Catskill is a great place to spend the day. The park is right on the Hudson River, you can launch your boat or water craft and tour the surrounding areas from the water.
Dutchman’s Landing is a 8+ minute walk from Caleb Street’s Inn.
A hike through wildflower-filled lowlands, alongside rustling marsh grasses and over intriguing rock outcroppings in its upland forest will linger in your memory long after the boots have been unlaced. The Ramshorn-Livingston Sanctuary is 480 acres of swamp land and forest along the Catskill Creek. 2 miles of trails follow an old farm road past a 28-foot observation tower, then narrow as they meander through forests and skirt RamsHorn Marsh. A kayak paddle through tree-shaded RamsHorn Creek is especially beautiful.
RamsHorn-Livingston is a 5 minute drive or 20+ minute walk from Caleb Street’s Inn.