The Bridges of Sullivan County

Sullivan County provides some of the most unique and one of a kind bridges from the Roebling Bridge to stone arches and covered.

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Day 1

Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River - NY/PA
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Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River - NY/PA
Natural Area | National Park or Protected Area
Start your adventure along the Scenic Byway exploring the small towns and hamlets with hidden treasures around every corner

Congress recognized the many attributes of the Upper Delaware River; and to preserve its “outstandingly remarkable scenic, recreational, geologic, fish and wildlife, historic, cultural ...and other similar resource values” the  Read more

Tusten Mountain Trail - Narrowsburg, NY
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Tusten Mountain Trail - Narrowsburg, NY
Outdoor Adventure | Hiking Trail or Trailhead
See the first stone arch bridge along this trail as you stretch your legs.

The Tusten Mountain Trail is a partnership with the Greater New York Council of the Boy Scouts of America. This moderately difficult three mile trail takes you on a loop through historic remains of the Tusten Settlement as you climb to the summit…

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Roebling's Delaware Aqueduct (Roebling Bridge) - Upper Delaware, PA/NY
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Design by John Roebling, this is the same designer from the Brooklyn Bridge.

Today the National Park Service owns and maintains the Roebling Bridge as a vehicular bridge between Lackawaxen, PA and Minisink Ford, NY but it's story spans over 160 years.

Roebling’s Delaware Aqueduct, the oldest existing wire cable…

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ECCE Bed & Breakfast - Barryville, NY
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ECCE Bed & Breakfast - Barryville, NY
Accommodation | Bed and Breakfast
Check into ECCE B&B and see the river from a different prospective.

ECCE Bed and Breakfast is an award-winning mountain house perched on a bluff 300 feet above the Upper Delaware River. Located on 60 acres, ECCE offers panoramic views of both New York and Pennsylvania mountain ranges. Its setting is a nature lover'…

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Day 2

Stone Arch Bridge Historical Park - Monticello, NY
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Stone Arch Bridge Historical Park - Monticello, NY
Historic or Prehistoric Place | Historic Site
The Stone Arch Bridge is a three arch stone bridge.

A scenic three arched stone bridge is the centerpiece of this 20 acre park. The bridge was originally built in 1880 by Swiss immigrants Henry and Phillip Hembt. It was restored in 1980-81 and listed on the  National Register of Historic Places.…

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Livingston Manor - Livingston Manor, NY
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Livingston Manor - Livingston Manor, NY
Community | Appealing Downtown Area
Explore the village of Livingston Manor, home to the Trout Parade in June. Grab some lunch, something sweet at Brandenburg and a growler of beer at Catskill Brewery and head for a picnic lunch at Livingston Manor Covered Bridge also know as Van Tran bridge.

Livingston Manor is a vibrant and historic Catskill town set alongside WIllowemoc Creek at the southern edge of New York's 300,000-acre Catskill Park.

With natural beauty, a lively arts community, historic sites, small farms, nearby attractions,…

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Brandenburg Bakery - Livingston Manor, NY
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Brandenburg Bakery - Livingston Manor, NY
Food or Drink | Cafe, Deli, Coffee House or Bakery

"Brandenburg Bakery, near the edge of Main Street, is a little slice of classical German baking. Take a seat on the couch or quaint tables, while enjoying confections, bagels, freshly baked bread, hot coffee or homemade soup. Working while…

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Catskill Brewery - Livingston Manor, NY
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Catskill Brewery - Livingston Manor, NY
Food or Drink | Brewery or Brew Pub

The Catskill Brewery makes a variety of fresh ales, and lagers, and some barrel aged specialties from the finest natural and often local ingredients. The brewery was started by three friends who knew they could have a positive impact on their…

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Livingston Manor Covered Bridge Historical Park - Monticello, NY
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Livingston Manor Covered Bridge Historical Park - Monticello, NY
Historic or Prehistoric Place | Historic Site

The Livingston Manor Covered Bridge Historical Park is a scenic historic covered bridge that was built in 1860. It includes a small park with picnic tables, grills, and a picnic pavilion (which are available for rent for a fee). Groups of 20 or…

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Bendo Covered Bridge - Rockland, NY
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Bendo Covered Bridge - Rockland, NY
Community | Historic Site or District

Bendo Bridge was originally built by John Davidson in 1860 in Livingston Manor. It was moved to its present location in 1913 and with the changes it has gone through, it does not qualify for the National Register of Historic Places.

It is…

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Beaverkill Covered Bridge - Roscoe, NY
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Beaverkill Covered Bridge - Roscoe, NY
Community | Historic Site or District

The Beaverkill Bridge was originally built in 1865 by John Davidson. It is called the Beaverkill Bridge as it is in the Beaverkill State Park but on Conklin Road, thus that name is often used as well.

Beaverkill State Park is located in…

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1 Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River - NY/PA
2 Tusten Mountain Trail - Narrowsburg, NY
3 Roebling's Delaware Aqueduct (Roebling Bridge) - Upper Delaware, PA/NY
4 ECCE Bed & Breakfast - Barryville, NY
5 Stone Arch Bridge Historical Park - Monticello, NY
6 Livingston Manor - Livingston Manor, NY
7 Brandenburg Bakery - Livingston Manor, NY
8 Catskill Brewery - Livingston Manor, NY
9 Livingston Manor Covered Bridge Historical Park - Monticello, NY
10 Bendo Covered Bridge - Rockland, NY
11 Beaverkill Covered Bridge - Roscoe, NY