Revival of the Classic Catskill Mountain Getaway

Originally established as New Goshen by settlers from Goshen Connecticut, the town was re-named Lexington by Silas Fowler who fought at the battles of Lexington & Concord as a captain in the Revolutionary War.  This agrarian community became a destination for vacationers after WWII as home to some of the quintessential, family-run Catskill Mountain resorts.  Today, a burgeoning craft beverage and natural products industry is prominent in Lexington, along with newly renovated small hotels welcoming visitors all four seasons of the year.

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