Livingston Manor, NY is located in the northwest region of Sullivan County, about 2:15 from New York City. The quaint hamlet, which has undergone a significant renaissance over the past decade, is our gateway to the 'Great Outdoors'. The Willowemoc, one of the 'Big 3' fly fishing rivers, runs through the center of town, and the Beaverkill and Neversink rivers are only a short drive away. The Sullivan County section of the Catskill Park starts northeast of 'the Manor.' The Catskill Arts Society and the Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum are located here.
The area surrounding Livingston Manor is generally more wooded to the north and east, shifting to areas of open, rolling farmland to the southwest towards Callicoon Center. Overall, this part of Sullivan County is sparsely populated.
The Debruce Road runs east out of Livingston Manor towards Debruce and Willowemoc, and follows the Willowemoc River. John Lennon and Yoko Ono once had a home on the Debruce Road.
Livingston Manor, as described by local David Knudsen.