A small town of just over 5,000 in Sullivan County, Callicoon, New York, is in the southern part of the state. This town has a history that dates back the middle of the 19th Century and several buildings in the town have been named to the National Registry of Historic Places including St. James Church and Rectory, the Callicoon National Bank, the Callicoon Methodist Church and Parsonage, and the St. Joseph's Seminary.
This is a small town where everyone knows everyone and residents love the scenery of the town, which is located in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains. It is not unusual to see a bald eagle fly over your head here and this area has plenty of green space and sightseeing opportunities.
Main Street here in Callico has fine and casual dining options, a movie theater that has been here since the 1940's, a bowling alley, and a number of gift and specialty shops.