Full Moon is a year-round mountain resort located in the heart of the "Forever Wild" Catskill Forest Preserve in upstate New York. Dedicated to the celebration of nature, music and the arts, this one hundred-acre wonderland of mountains, fields, and streams is a world of its own.
This enchantingly unique facility offers a versatile, accommodating environment, well suited for group gatherings of all types including destination weddings, music camps, workshops, conferences and retreats.
Full Moon is an alternative to more traditional country inns and resorts - with weekend-long destination country weddings, exceptional week long music camps, educational, recreational and artistic workshops, and art exhibits all part of its magical landscape.
The accommodations are charming in their simplicity, with campgrounds available as well. Over one hundred acres of fields, meadows, forests and streams provide a natural backdrop for wonderful, memorable group gatherings and allow for the possibility of personal meditation and retreat, all at the same time. Full Moon is indeed an alternative haven for
those seeking such treasures.
With over ten years of exceptional service, Full Moon Resort has garnered a reputation as a premier catering facility in the Catskill Mountains region for functions of all types. The menus offer a full range of possibilities – hot buffet breakfasts and lunches in the artistically rustic Café… down-home country barbeques by the creek…tantalizing hors d’oeuvres under the maple trees on the lawns…and formal gourmet dinners in the Tent Pavilion. Lovingly prepared, fresh, natural cuisine (often organic) served by a friendly, professional staff is the trademark of Full Moon Catering. The company offers full service catering, planning and management for off-premises events as well.
The facility is located in the mountains of the Hudson Valley, one half hour west of Woodstock, New York, "the most famous small town in the world", and only fifteen minutes from Belleayre Mountain, a premier family ski center in the Catskill Mountains. Driving time from New York City is only two and a half hours; from Albany, an hour and a half.