Sullivan County, NY is the home to the 1969 Woodstock Music Festival. It's a great reminder when driving through this area, of the historical and moving event that took place during the late 1960's.

Sullivan County, NY is a place where visitors spend time fishing, hiking, recharging and more. 

What Is The Dove Trail In Sullivan County, NY?

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Sullivan Catskills explained that The Sullivan County Catskills Dove Trail is special, it

"commemorates the 50th anniversary of the 1969 Woodstock festival and celebrates its impact on our Sullivan Catskills."

They also shared that this trail is a collection of 50 sculptures of beautiful doves which is located throughout Sullivan County, NY in different towns, villages and businesses as well.

These doves are hand painted by professional and local artists from the area, each one is truly inspired by the 1969 Woodstock Music Festival.

The 1969 Woodstock Music Festival took place at Yasgur's Farm in Bethel, NY. 

Bethel Woods Center for the Arts is where the 1969 Woodstock Music Festival took place. Today, guests can visit Bethel Woods Center for the Arts to relive this 3 day festival which continues to have a positive impact on the world.

Where Can Visitors Find A Map Of The Sullivan Catskills Dove Trail?

On the Sullivan Catskills website, there are several options for visitors.

There's a virtual dove tour available which gives the exact address of each dove sculpture. There's also a complete guide to the Sullivan Catskills Dove Trail including the number, picture, name and location of each dove.

There's also a Dove Trail Passport Program & Contest where guests can play along with. Be sure to visit all 50 Doves, take a picture of yourself with each sculpture and send it to Sullivan Catskills.

This would mean that your selfie is a "passport stamp" of your exploration in Sullivan County, NY. Once all of 50 images are submitted, be sure to send an email to them. As long as the submissions are confirmed, guests would receive a special Dove souvenir, this is awesome!

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The Newest Monument Memorializing Woodstock 1969 Has Arrived In Sullivan County, NY

Sullivan Catskills made a post on social media about their newest addition to the area.

Another dove sculpture was added to the Sullivan Catskills area along The Dove Trail.

Kim Simons is a local artist who created a beautiful, bright and fun Dove. This new dove is located at Prestige Towing & Recovery in Liberty. Simon's newest addition would be Dove #73 in Sullivan County, NY along The Dove Trail.

Sullivan County, NY explained,

"The Dove Trail celebrates the region's cultural history and art community."  

Be on the lookout for the next, beautiful dove sculptures to come along The Dove Trail in Sullivan County, NY.

What Do Facebook Users Think About Dove #73 Of Sullivan County, NY's Dove Trail?

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Canva, Facebook, Sullivan Catskills

On Facebook, users shared their opinions about this new dove which was added to the Dove Trail within Sullivan County, NY.

In the comments section on the Facebook post from Sullivan Catskills, the following comments shared,

"Go Kim! That’s beautiful!"


"Love the doves!"


"Another beautiful Dove...wonderful!"


"Looks great"



Have you ever spotted any of the doves along Sullivan County's dove trail? What do you think about this beautiful and bright new addition? Share more below.

6 Things You Didn't Know Were Invented In New York State

In New York state, there are inventions that we may not have been aware of that were created here. 

There are also everyday items and food that we're glad that were made.

Gallery Credit: Allison Kay

Take a Tour of Sullivan County, NY's Newest Underground Salt Cave

Crystal Connection is a 1890's antique, Methodist church located in Sullivan County, NY. This is a crystal lover's dream come true.

It's known for being 

"One of the largest Crystal & Mineral destinations on the Northeast." 

While this may be a place that some people gather often, others can refer to it as a hidden gem in the Hudson Valley.  Crystal Connection can also be described as 

"a sacred space & crystal haven"

I have never experienced anything similar to Crystal Connection before. The amount of crystals, crystal jewelry, singing bowls, sage and more are fascinating. Crystal Connection also hosts different events and fairs throughout the year.

Take a tour through Crystal Connection's newest underground salt cave experience.

Gallery Credit: Allison Kay, Crystal Connection, YouTube

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