These three resorts in the Catskills offer an abundance of things to do with your family.
Villa Roma Resort Has Been Loved for Generations
For some old-fashioned family-fun, head to Villa Roma Resort in Callicoon, which has plenty of bells and whistles to attract families. In fact, the resort, which has been a Catskills staple for more than 60 years, sees plenty of repeat visitors who have been coming back for generations. No matter what the season, there’s plenty to do. In the winter, there’s skiing, ice-skating, tubing, paint ball, and a spacious indoor pool that attracts as many adults as kids (there’s a really spacious Jacuzzi adjacent to the pool). Plus, year-round activities—including a bowling alley, bocce ball, an arcade, horseback riding, movies, ping pong, and shuffle board courts—are especially appreciated in the winter months.
In the summer, the resort really explodes with fun family activities such as zip lining, tennis, golf, basketball, volleyball, handball, bumper boats, go karts, outdoor pools and slide, rock-climbing walls, hiking trails, and fishing. What makes this resort feel so special is there are so many activities for kids (and parents), so you never run out of things to keep high-energy or inpatient kids occupied.
The resort also has a kid’s program and a spa and salon—for a real treat, be sure to book the hot stone treatment. There are also numerous places to eat on property including the main dining room, which features an extensive breakfast menu and an American and Italian style dinner.