The Greater Delhi Area

Located in the largest of all the counties in the Catskill region, the greater Delhi area is the political and cultural center of Delaware County, New York. With a diverse population of full-time residents, an extremely healthy second home owner community and approximately 2800 college students attending SUNY Delhi,  the Delhi area is brimming with passionate and active community members committed to economic growth while maintaining the pristine beauty of our area. 

While only a few hours from New York City, there is an undeniable vibrancy, charm and authenticity that makes our area of the Catskills completely unique. Whether shopping in one of our fantastic shops, eating at one of the amazing restaurants or cafes serving locally sourced food or enjoying the abundance of beauty through outdoor activities, we welcome you to the Greater Delhi Area. 

How To Get Here: 

  • Taking New York Thruway/87 to 28
    • Take Interstate 87 North (the Thruway) to Exit 19 at Kingston, take Route 28 West about 69 miles to Delhi, our office is just after the bridges at the intersection of Route 28 and Main Street (at the light).
  • Taking New York Thurway/87 to Route 206
    • I-87) NYS Thruway North, stay on (I-87) thruway to EXIT 16 – Route 17/Harriman North. Take Route 17 West to exit 94 (17 Binghamton) – make a left onto Route 206 North/West (Roscoe, Walton) (Downsville, Oneonta).
      Take Route 206 for 11 miles (at fork make a left to stay on 206/30 for another 3 miles, make a right onto Route 26 (sign on right says Delhi 18).
 
“I never imagined how much joy I would get out of walking down Main Street and saying hello to friends and neighbors. Not only is this an extremely supportive and nurturing business climate, it’s just an exceptional place to live.”
— Lisa Wisely, Blue Spark Consulting, LLC