With 400 spectacular mountain acres to explore, there’s almost no reason to leave the gates of Kenoza Lake Estates. Once you do, however, you’ll have access to the new Sullivan County and its remarkable blend of culture, history and nature.
The new Sullivan County offers miles and miles of unspoiled beauty and easy access to every imaginable outdoor activity, from boating to skiing to hiking. More civilized pursuits are also on tap, including fine dining, Broadway cabaret, local theater, cool boutiques, galleries and acres of antique stores. What’s more, Bethel Woods, a brand new world-class performing arts center just minutes from Kenoza Lake, is now open on the site of the original 1969 Woodstock Festival. Last season’s lineup at Bethel Woods included the NY Philharmonic, Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young and more. You can slum it at Tanglewood or travel four short miles from your Kenoza Lake Estates driveway and be at Bethel Woods. We invite you to explore all the lake region has to offer. If you haven’t visited the area lately, you’re in for a very pleasant surprise. And if you have, we think you’ll agree that Kenoza Lake Estates is raising an already high bar.