Nestled firmly within the Catskill Mountains is the cozy and beautiful county of Sullivan. Full of some of the most amazing views in New York State, Sullivan County boasts a whole host of historic sites, including Fort Delaware and Minisink Battleground Park. For music lovers, the Museum at Bethel Woods commemorates one of the most memorable rock concerts ever held—Woodstock of 1969. With amazing mountain climbing, camping, fishing and golfing, Sullivan County is a popular place to get away from the busy life. The schools in Sullivan are some of New York State's best and some are nationally recognized for their achievement. Often taking advantage of the natural resources and the rich history of the area, curriculum includes an emphasis on science, technology and reading. An overall warm and friendly place to live and visit, Sullivan County is a diamond in the rough.