Mountain Towns

Greene County’s mountain towns are the perfect location for outdoor enthusiasts.  Hunter and Windham mountain provide four-season activities like skiing, snowboarding, hiking, biking and camping.  Along the scenic by-ways where there are hiking trails, Kaaterskill Falls; the highest cascading waterfall in NY, and quaint towns with shops and restaurants.


  • A perfect location for businesses that cater to the outdoor adventurer.
  • Resorts, inns, lodges and activities are actively promoted by our Tourism marketing and outreach programs.
  • Supporting services for second homeowners looking to escape the routine of normal life.
  • Each Main Street has individual character with a thriving business support community.

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The Town of Windham includes an historic main street through Windham itself, and the surrounding hamlets of East Windham, Hensonville, and North Settlement, as well as the hamlets of Maplecrest and Brooksburg in the Catskill Park. Windham businesses benefit from


At an elevation of 1703 feet above sea level, Jewett is the Alpine Valley of Greene County.  First settled in 1784, the town itself was formed in 1849 from the towns of Lexington and Hunter.  Set deep within the Catskill


Hunter supports a variety of businesses serving year-round residents, second-home owners and seasonal visitors. The Hunter Foundation, Inc. and the Catskill Mountain Foundation both promote economic development and tourism in Hunter and surround mountain towns by rehabilitating homes and businesses,


Early European settlers first came to Ashland in the late 17th century, but abandoned their farmsteads during the French and Indian War.  The area was re-setted after the Revolution in 1788, and was incorporated as a town in 1848 from


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


Prattsville is thriving with over 40 businesses along Main Street and on NYS Routes 23 & 23A to the east and south.  The community of just over 700 full time residents serves a significant number of visitors for vacation stays


Tucked away in the southwest corner of Greene County, Halcott is the only one of our towns not accessible by road without actually leaving the county.  Traveling NYS Route 28, you head up Halcott Mountain through the village of Fleishmanns

Mountain Towns in Greene County New Baltimore Coxsackie Athens Catskill Durham Greenville Cairo Windham Ashland Prattsville Jewett Hunter Lexington Halcott
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