The Town of Denning is located in the southern section of the Catskill Mountains, and Claryville and Grahamsville are at its heart. Peace and quiet are hallmarks of this rural place, but don’t be fooled by its seemingly remote sensibility! The business tycoons of the early 20th century were enamored enough with Claryville to build several impressive estates here; now, visitors are welcome for retreats and solitude. Nearby is the trailhead for both Table and Peekamoose Mountains, while the Neversink River and Deer Shanty Brook flow clear and cold year round. The Grahamsville Fair attracts folks from surrounding counties for its delicious food and warm sense of community spirit. Home owners in Denning enjoy the full benefits of rustic country life. Fishing camps for plentiful fly fishing line the banks of the streams and rivers. Mountaintop homes look out on glorious views of the southern Catskills and valleys below. Along winding country roads hunting cabins and summer camps dot the landscape, and New York State land has vast holdings here, making many properties “forever wild” paradises. In and around the small hamlets, old farms and lovely historic homes await. Within the Town of Denning you will also find the communities of Claryville, Grahamsville and Greeneville.