Catskills Fall Foliage & Things to Do Guide
Discover the Great Northern Catskills this fall, where unique things to do and colorful fall foliage create a festive atmosphere that’s not to be missed! Peak fall foliage varies in New York State, but the Catskills’ fall foliage generally peaks around early-to-mid October.
The best time to visit the Catskills for fall foliage is in September or October. If you’re looking for things to do this fall in the Great Northern Catskills, consider visiting Hull-O Farms for their annual corn maze and pumpkin picking, go on a craft beer tour at local breweries, and hit the trails for some spectular fall hiking to see the changing colors.
If you love traveling to witness colorful fall foliage, then you are a leaf-peeper! Check out our guide to the best places to see fall foliage in the Great Northern Catskills and plan your outing.
Autumn adventure is calling, and we have some of New York's best fall hiking right here in the Catskills. Check out our list of 5 spectacular fall hikes and where to grab lunch after hitting the trail!
Fall is harvest season, and we know how to celebrate in the Great Northern Catskills. Join us for corn maze exploration, hayrides, haunted houses, Oktoberfests, and more.
Indulge in sweet treats, find fresh produce, and taste the flavors of the region with a food tour of Greene County. From farm stands and food trucks to local eateries and scenic picnic locations, get ready for a culinary adventure.
Want to bring your buddy on vacation too? You can, in the Great Northern Catskills of Greene County! With pet-friendly lodging, hiking, and restaurants, there’s much to experience—with your pup.
Experience the outdoors in style on a glamping trip to the Great Northern Catskills of Greene County. You’ll enjoy the comforts of home surrounded by beautiful mountains and rolling hills. From tiny houses and wooden cabins to airstreams and tents, there’s plenty of glamping styles to choose from.