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Guidebook for Narrowsburg

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Guidebook for Narrowsburg

Food Scene
A bit of a drive, but best restaurant in the area with very creative, always changing menu featuring local ingredients.
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Matthew's On Main
19 Lower Main Street
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A bit of a drive, but best restaurant in the area with very creative, always changing menu featuring local ingredients.
Open for brunch and dinner. Nice views of the Delaware River.
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The Heron
40 Main Street
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Open for brunch and dinner. Nice views of the Delaware River.
Closest place to grab a bite.
Heinle's General Store
6 Old County Road
Closest place to grab a bite.
Decent pizza. They do not deliver but you can call ahead and go pick it up.
Carini Pizza
112 Kirks Road
Decent pizza. They do not deliver but you can call ahead and go pick it up.
Ice cream shop
Nora's Luvin Spoonful
141 Kirks Rd
Ice cream shop
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The Tusten Cup
25 Main St
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Upscale restaurant in downtown Narrowsburg.
Gerard's River Grill
251 Bridge Street
Upscale restaurant in downtown Narrowsburg.
Essentials
Closes at 8pm
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Pete's Market
120 Kirks Road
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Closes at 8pm
Liquor store
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Narrowsburg Fine Wine & Spirits
44 Main Street
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Liquor store
Liquor store right near the grocery store.
Narrowsburg Liquors
106 Kirks Road
Liquor store right near the grocery store.
Arts & Culture
Go see a concert at the site of the original 1969 Woodstock Festival! Many concerts come here every summer, but if you can’t make it to one, it’s still worth checking out the museum. Check their website for dates and times the museum is open. From their website: The Museum at Bethel Woods is an immersive and captivating multi-media experience that combines film and interactive displays, text panels and artifacts to explore the unique experience of the Woodstock festival, its significance as a culminating event of a decade of radical cultural transformation, and the legacy of the Sixties and Woodstock today.
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Bethel Woods Center for the Arts
200 Hurd Road
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Go see a concert at the site of the original 1969 Woodstock Festival! Many concerts come here every summer, but if you can’t make it to one, it’s still worth checking out the museum. Check their website for dates and times the museum is open. From their website: The Museum at Bethel Woods is an immersive and captivating multi-media experience that combines film and interactive displays, text panels and artifacts to explore the unique experience of the Woodstock festival, its significance as a culminating event of a decade of radical cultural transformation, and the legacy of the Sixties and Woodstock today.
Parks & Nature
Lake Superior State Park has beaches, boat launches and picnic areas. Fishing is also popular. Boat rentals available.
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Lake Superior
342 Doctor Duggan Road
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Lake Superior State Park has beaches, boat launches and picnic areas. Fishing is also popular. Boat rentals available.
Public park featuring some of the best mountain biking and hiking trails in the area. Also features a picnic area, disc golf, softball field, soccer field and a playground. About a 35 minute drive.
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Walnut Mountain
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Public park featuring some of the best mountain biking and hiking trails in the area. Also features a picnic area, disc golf, softball field, soccer field and a playground. About a 35 minute drive.
Entertainment & Activities
Go-Karts, bumper boats, mini golf, kiddie kars, water slides
Carousel Water & Fun Park
1018 Beach Lake Highway
Go-Karts, bumper boats, mini golf, kiddie kars, water slides
Kayaking, canoeing, rafting & tubing on the Delaware River
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Lander's River Trips
5961 New York 97
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Kayaking, canoeing, rafting & tubing on the Delaware River