One finds absolute peace within their surroundings at Jenny Brook. For the outdoorsman, hunter, fly fisher, hiker or nature lover. I lost my heart to Jenny Brook, I think she took it with a hook, wrote John Burroughs about a beloved historically significant camp and trout hatchery in the foothills of the Catskills. Conceived in 1911 by a prominent naturalist and explorer, The Jenny Brook trout hatchery became the most successful in the country. With an abundance of water, this preserve has 2000 feet of Vernooy Kill stream frontage, waterfalls and vernal pools. The finest private holding of crystal clear drinking water in the Northeast. One of many springs on the property produces 1400 gpm all year round. This oasis also boasts dramatic cliffs, hemlock forests and fern valleys. An extraordinary cabin on its original footprint has been totally rebuilt as depicted in photographs of early times. Raceways, ponds for potential hydroponics and hatchery beds have also been reclaimed. Located 90 miles from NYC. Near restaurants, shopping, antiquing, golf and Summer Theatre/concerts at Bethel and the charming artist colony of Woodstock. Off Route 209 and Route 55 to nearby New York State Thruway.