Activities Around Town
Stone Wall Acres is located in serene Youngsville, New York - 100 miles northwest of New York City. There is plenty to do around town and the Catskills. Plan on rest and relaxation!
Bethel Woods Center for the Arts
Our closest and most famous landmark, ten minutes away is the original 1969 Woodstock festival site. You can explore the grounds, visit the museum, or check out their calendar of events for upcoming shows and festivals.
For the avid fisherman, Roscoe, recently voted Trout Town USA, is home to Junction Pool only twenty minutes away. You may also want to visit the Fly Fishing Museum nearby.
Stone Arch Bridge
This historic bridge was built in 1873 with hand-cut stones. It sits in a 20 acre park where visitors can fish in the East Branch of the Callicoon Creek or take a walk along the Worthington or Bridge trails.
There are at least five shops within a ten mile radius. One shop is the Country Bumpkin and it specializes in Woodstock memorabilia.
Willowemoc Wild Forest
There are over 14,800 acres in this nature preserve. With an extensive trail network , this wild forest is ideal for hiking, camping, fishing, backpacking, mountain biking, snowmobiling, snowboarding and cross-country skiing.
There are several horseback riding facilities nearby. Bridle Hill Farms is wihtin a mile of Stone Wall Acres.