Welcome to Delhi (pronounced, Del-HIGH not Del-EE), located in Delaware County, where a vibrant history meets an exciting home in the picturesque rolling hills of the western Catskills.
About Delaware County
Set in upstate New York is a land of wooded hills and fertile green valleys. With thousands of acres of public land and a wide variety of game habitats, Delaware County is an outdoors adventurer’s paradise. Whether your enthusiasm is fishing or hunting, Delaware County has what you’re after. From hiking and biking trails, wildlife preserves, horse trails, Ski Mountains and breathtaking mountain views in any season, recreational
opportunities abound at parks, all year round!
Delhi is located at the junction of Routes 10 and 28 in Delaware County, 90 miles from New York City. New York Trailways buses are popular means of transportation for students. Even closer, 20 miles away, is our nearby city of Oneonta, home to two college campuses: SUNY Oneonta and Hartwick College. SUNY Delhi students can also take New York Trailways to Oneonta, or take advantage of our Saturday Shuttle Service. Some of the amenities Oneonta offers include the Southside Mall and Cinemas, the Holiday Bowling Lanes and a vibrant main street mixed with eclectic shops and restaurants.
Delhi is a rural retreat with clean air, beautiful landscapes, welcoming people, safe communities and a commitment to educational and economic growth and development all within a few hours’ drive from major metropolitan centers. As the county seat, the village of Delhi is the political and cultural Capital of the County. We are a center of commerce and communication with quaint shops selling local products, restaurants serving local foods and several area newspapers and radio stations.
No matter what part of the Delhi area you choose to explore, you’ll always find something that will later evoke pleasant memories. Whether it is riding through the historical covered bridges, visiting a local eatery or just kicking back with a coffee on the Courthouse Square, you will not forget the tranquility that our quaint little area has to offer.
Main Street Cards & Gifts
Good Cheap Food
Oneonta-City of the Hills
Bear Spring Mountain
Vice President of Student Life
Barbara E. Jones