With a population of just over 500 residents, Roscoe, New York is a beloved town located just inside the boundary of the Catskill Park and serves as the “junction point” of the Beaverkill River and Willowemoc Creek. The town, which is named after former New York State Senator Roscoe Conklin (1867-1881), is also considered the gateway to the Catskill Park. Roscoe is surrounded by over 20,000 acres of State Forest Preserve. The Preserve is filled with wildlife fish and game across miles of forests, rivers and lakes. Visitors can enjoy a variety of outdoor activities in the area, including: camping, fishing, golfing, hiking, biking, kayaking, birdwatching, hunting, or simply enjoying a day in the outdoors.