The Visitor’s Guide
New Manor-Roscoe Guide Available
JANUARY 173, 2017 – The 2017 edition of the Roscoe-Livingston Manor Visitor’s Guide has arrived. The 60-page guide explores the local perspective or reasons to visit the area – ranging from great local craft brews to shopping to outdoor activities and sumptuous food. Copies of the Guide can be picked up at local inns, shops and restaurants and are now going to sporting and tourism shows throughout the region.
This year’s guide was produced by co-editors Maria Bivins & Emily Gref, in conjunction with Carolyn Bivins, Creative Director and the Chambers of Commerce of Livingston Manor and Roscoe and is a celebration of the area from the local’s point of view.
As always, the Guide is a source for local history and resources and is known for the popular 4-page fishing map of the Beaverkill and Willowemoc. The digital version can be found at roscoeny.com and livingstonmanor.org.
Livingston Manor, NY, is a vibrant and historic Catskills town set alongside the Willowemoc river at the southeast edge of the 300,000-acre Catskill Park. Located 100 miles north of New York City, “the Manor” a perfect combination of easy outdoor access plus small town charm and hospitality. Page through our latest Visitor’s Guide for a taste of the Livingston Manor area, birthplace of American fly fishing and gateway to the Catskill Mountains.