Monticello, NY 12701
Phone: (845) 794-8800
Fax: (845) 796-2474
392 Broadway, Monticello, NY, US, 12701
- Phone: (845) 794-8800
- Fax: (845) 796-2474
Lake Superior State Park offers lots of outdoor activities and fun including hiking, swimming, nature trails and picnicking. It is open seasonally from May 23rd to September 9th.
Pet and feed clean and friendly farm animals. Pony rides available.
The George and John R. Hunt Memorial Building, popularly known as the Hunt Memorial Building is a public library. Spread over 9.9 acres (4.0 hectares) of land, this structure has served it's purpose as one of the significant structures of the downtown. A great place for visitors this place is listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the year 2005.
This reconstructed stockade settlement serves as a museum of Colonial history. It was originally the site of a group of pioneers who moved into the Upper Delaware Valley area in 1754. In season, there are demonstrations given by actors dressed in period costume, with such old-time crafts as candle making and woodworking highlighted. There are also daily musket and cannon firings, and special programs are offered for children. Group tours are available.
A branch of the Ramapo Catskill Library System established in 1902, the Port Jervis Free Library is "one of the few Carnegie libraries in the United States which continues to fulfill its original purpose." It is also an archive repository for the Minisink Valley Historical Society.
This beautiful state park offers hiking, cycling, nature trails, swimming and picnics.
Spanning across 535 feet (163.07 meters) the Roebling Bridge is the oldest of its kind in the country. This suspended wire bridge came into operation in 1849 and was built by John A. Roebling and Russel F. Lord. It was earlier an canal over the Delaware river and a later toll bridge till 1979. It is now a part of the Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River and underwent reconstruction to restore its original look.
Enjoy a guided tour of one of the oldest newspapers in Hudson Valley.
Popular as one of the most remarkable landmarks of the city, the First Congregational Church of Middletown is said to be the highest church in the neighborhood. The church consists of a tower at one end is stunning and is visible from a great distance. The church also organizes several programs for the children and the congregation of the parish to help them come together and live as one big family.