What to Do in Lake Huntington
Along Narrowsburg Road, just south of route 17B, there sits a lake and a petite village. These share the same name: Lake Huntington. And while the village is part of the larger town of Cochecton some five miles to the west, its stance on the shores of the lake have given it its own identity. Cochecton Center, another offshoot of the main Cochecton, is three miles to the south of Lake Huntington.
Of course, a vacation rental, preferably overlooking the lake, is a destination in itself. While Lake Huntington is neither large nor well-known, it does have a rather interesting spot in the geography of New York. Itís 145 miles south of Syracuse, 120 miles southeast of Albany, and 115 miles north of New York City. In other words, equally far from everything. If a vacation rental away from it all appeals to you, check out Lake Huntington and its neighboring towns.
However, there is one major draw for the Catskill region that isnít all that far from Lake Huntington: skiing. With the Pennsylvania line just five miles away, there are several ski centers in both states that are relatively close to a vacation rental in the Lake Huntington area.