Public Restaurant & Lounge is the spot in Roxbury to enjoy a great meal & cocktails and to relax with friends. New creative dinner choices (including some with international flair) will be cooking all year long! We’re open year round, too. You can join Public Restaurant on Facebook to find out what’s cooking.
WIOX 91.3 FM began broadcasting from Roxbury NY on August 27, 2010 and broadcasts around the clock to all time zones (wioxradio.org). Programs are wildly diverse, live and local, including every type of music and information from folks who know what’s up in New York City watershed, the Catskill Mountains, the world and beyond.
In contrast to the “hurry up” principles that dominate much of modern society, a trip to the Township of Roxbury in New York’s Catskill Mountains demands that visitors slow their pace.
The Roxbury Nine, the town’s vintage “base ball” team, has revived our national pastime exactly as it was played in the Good Old Days of 1898. For more than a decade, the Nine displayed a dedication to authentic bare-knuckle action, and they have the trophies and the calluses to prove it. Photo © hoohaaphotos.
Chosen as one of National Geographic Traveler’s Best Hotels in North America and as seen on NBC’s Today Show and CNN as “One of the most stylish motels in America!” Internationally acclaimed, award-winning theme rooms, suites, and full-service spas with modern amenities galore including 85 gallon two-person soaking tubs, large flat screen TVs, free wifi and streaming Netflix movies. Experience it!
The Roxbury Arts Group, a not-for-profit multi-arts center, is dedicated to entertaining and enriching the lives of Catskill Mountain residents and visitors through the arts. We offer live entertainment, concerts, dance, theatre, fine arts exhibitions, workshops, and arts programming for children and youth.
For 30 years, The MARK Project has provided housing programs, economic development and technical assistance services to the towns of Middletown and Roxbury. MARK is a rural development company that unites efforts and secures resources to build and revitalize our communities.
Shephard Hills was originally part of the estate of Helen Gould Shepard, daughter of railroad magnate Jay Gould. The 9-hole course was designed by one of the country’s leading golf course architects with construction beginning in 1916. Upon completion of the course in 1918, Shephard Hills was recognized as one of the finest estate courses in the region.