The Maurice D. Hinchey Catskill Interpretive Center

© J.N. Urbanski 7/1/15

© J.N. Urbanski 7/1/15

Today, the ribbon was cut on the Maurice D. Hinchey Catskill Interpretive Center, a new center for visitors to the Catskills off Route 28 in Mount Tremper. A partnership of the Catskill Center, the Friends of the Catskill Interpretive Center and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, it features state of the art technology. The CIC is a space for the interpretation of the natural and cultural resources of the Catskill region.

You’ll find it tucked away behind an array of sculptures and a large kiosk on 5096 Route 28 in Mount Tremper. Plan your next trip the Catskills here.

4 thoughts on “The Maurice D. Hinchey Catskill Interpretive Center

      1. Rob Greenberg

        This small slice of heaven in Shandaken was the local dog park for many years. Our weekly trips to Kingston always included a stop going in and coming back. Oakley and Dalai romped back and forth across the field between Jutta and I for a needed respite of exercise. Always 2 or 3 dog owners there to converse with and a small stream for the dogs to drink from.
        Maurice Hinchey was a popular local politician who’s congressional vote was always in favor of we the people,but local dogs are somewhat depressed.


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