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Sunny’s guidebook

Food scene
Great pizza and fast service. They offer delivery! (3 minute drive)
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Pizza Shop
27 Water Street
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Great pizza and fast service. They offer delivery! (3 minute drive)
Korean BBQ taco is a must-try. It also has an incredible view of Hudson River (3 minute drive)
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Hudson Taco
27 S. Water St
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Korean BBQ taco is a must-try. It also has an incredible view of Hudson River (3 minute drive)
Newburgh food scene is top notch. Exceptional service, food and a view to die for (3 minute drive)
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Blu Pointe
120 Front Street
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Newburgh food scene is top notch. Exceptional service, food and a view to die for (3 minute drive)
Go here for light food and coffee. Great atmosphere (5 minute drive)
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2 Alices Coffee Lounge - Newburgh
117 Broadway
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Go here for light food and coffee. Great atmosphere (5 minute drive)
Great food and great staff. Someone said "one of the best in Orange County" (5 minute drive)
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Liberty Street Bistro
97 Liberty St
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Great food and great staff. Someone said "one of the best in Orange County" (5 minute drive)
They have great food options in addition to drinks, and fun activities such as cornhole and shuffle board (4 minute drive)
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Newburgh Brewing Company
88 South Colden Street
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They have great food options in addition to drinks, and fun activities such as cornhole and shuffle board (4 minute drive)
Great BBQ right on the water (3 minute drive)
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Billy Joe's Ribworks
26 Front Street
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Great BBQ right on the water (3 minute drive)
Great food with a wonderful view of Hudson River (3 minute drive)
The River Grill
40 Front Street
Great food with a wonderful view of Hudson River (3 minute drive)
Seafood with Hudson River view (3 minute drive)
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Captain Jake's River House
40 Front St
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Seafood with Hudson River view (3 minute drive)
Italian (3 minute drive)
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Cafe Pitti
40 Front Street
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Italian (3 minute drive)
Quality Japanese food (3 minute drive)
Akasaka
40 Front St
Quality Japanese food (3 minute drive)
Good food at a beautiful location overlooking Hudson River (5 minute drive)
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Pamela's On the Hudson
1 Park Pl
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Good food at a beautiful location overlooking Hudson River (5 minute drive)
Waterside eatery in an 1837 building with Victorian decor offering American fare & Orange Lake views (16 minute drive)
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Lakeview House
343 Lakeside Road
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Waterside eatery in an 1837 building with Victorian decor offering American fare & Orange Lake views (16 minute drive)
American /Greek (7 minute drive)
Alexis Diner
5023 U.S. 9W
American /Greek (7 minute drive)
13 minute drive
Panera Bread
1278 New York 300
13 minute drive
Sightseeing
It’s accessible via boat tours. Or, you can kayak over to check out the ruins on the 6.5-acre island. Once there, you can walk the grounds to learn how Frank Bannerman used the island as a home and artillery surplus, which led to the devastating fire in 1969. Guided kayak tours run regularly and include all the necessary equipment. Or, you can bring your own gear and complete a regulated self-guided tour.
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Bannerman Castle
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It’s accessible via boat tours. Or, you can kayak over to check out the ruins on the 6.5-acre island. Once there, you can walk the grounds to learn how Frank Bannerman used the island as a home and artillery surplus, which led to the devastating fire in 1969. Guided kayak tours run regularly and include all the necessary equipment. Or, you can bring your own gear and complete a regulated self-guided tour.
Two-hour cruise covers sights such as Mt. Beacon, Bannerman Island, Storm King Mountain, Breakneck Mountain, The Catskill Aqueduct, World's End, Cold Spring, and West Point (3 minute drive)
Pride of the Hudson
Two-hour cruise covers sights such as Mt. Beacon, Bannerman Island, Storm King Mountain, Breakneck Mountain, The Catskill Aqueduct, World's End, Cold Spring, and West Point (3 minute drive)
(32-minute drive) Industrial designer Russel Wright spent many years turning a granite quarry in the small hamlet of Garrison, New York, into his dream home—a midcentury estate integrated into the landscape that came to be known as Manitoga, an Algonquin word that means “place of great spirit.” The 75-acre site comprises Wright’s main home and studio (designed in collaboration with architect David Leavitt), filled with his functional-but-elegant housewares, along with an expansive landscape that includes winding paths, a quarry pool, and several verdant gardens. It’s open from spring to the end of October,
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MANITOGA / The Russel Wright Design Center
584 New York 9D
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(32-minute drive) Industrial designer Russel Wright spent many years turning a granite quarry in the small hamlet of Garrison, New York, into his dream home—a midcentury estate integrated into the landscape that came to be known as Manitoga, an Algonquin word that means “place of great spirit.” The 75-acre site comprises Wright’s main home and studio (designed in collaboration with architect David Leavitt), filled with his functional-but-elegant housewares, along with an expansive landscape that includes winding paths, a quarry pool, and several verdant gardens. It’s open from spring to the end of October,
(28-minute drive) Rising 212 feet above the Hudson River, this rail trail, created from the ruins of the Poughkeepsie-Highland Railroad Bridge, offers Instagram-worthy views of the river and its bucolic environs. (Fair warning: It’s windy up there!) It’s just over a mile long, but you won’t want to traverse it too quickly; there’s plenty to see, including historical markers along the way that offer tidbits about the bridge’s history and restoration. Enter on the Poughkeepsie side for access to cute neighborhoods—Union Street is an adorable historic area—or on the Highland side to get right into your sky-high saunter.
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Walkway Over the Hudson State Historic Park
87 Haviland Rd
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(28-minute drive) Rising 212 feet above the Hudson River, this rail trail, created from the ruins of the Poughkeepsie-Highland Railroad Bridge, offers Instagram-worthy views of the river and its bucolic environs. (Fair warning: It’s windy up there!) It’s just over a mile long, but you won’t want to traverse it too quickly; there’s plenty to see, including historical markers along the way that offer tidbits about the bridge’s history and restoration. Enter on the Poughkeepsie side for access to cute neighborhoods—Union Street is an adorable historic area—or on the Highland side to get right into your sky-high saunter.
(43-minute drive) Once a functioning mine known for its abundance of natural cement, this subterranean site has lived many lives: Campbell’s Soup harvested mushrooms from it, it was earmarked as a nuclear fallout shelter for the region, and experimental musician Tony Levin recorded an album there. (Atlas Obscura has a more thorough history of the site.) Now, the mine is operated by the Century House Historical Society, which is dedicated to preserving the history of cement production in the region. It’s open to the public for tours—be sure to wear shoes you don’t mind getting muddy—and for the occasional concert. This year, you can check out Japanese taiko drumming or a gamelan performance in the mine.
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Widow Jane Mine
682 NY-213
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(43-minute drive) Once a functioning mine known for its abundance of natural cement, this subterranean site has lived many lives: Campbell’s Soup harvested mushrooms from it, it was earmarked as a nuclear fallout shelter for the region, and experimental musician Tony Levin recorded an album there. (Atlas Obscura has a more thorough history of the site.) Now, the mine is operated by the Century House Historical Society, which is dedicated to preserving the history of cement production in the region. It’s open to the public for tours—be sure to wear shoes you don’t mind getting muddy—and for the occasional concert. This year, you can check out Japanese taiko drumming or a gamelan performance in the mine.
Drive-in movie theater
You can watch 2 movies at the same time! (30 minute drive)
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Fair Oaks Drive In Theater
17M Dosen Road
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You can watch 2 movies at the same time! (30 minute drive)
6-story screen with 2 movies at the same time! Cash only (37 minute drive)
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Overlook Drive-In Theatre
126 Degarmo Road
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6-story screen with 2 movies at the same time! Cash only (37 minute drive)
15 min drive to Beacon. Up to 35 cars can park to watch the flicks in the open-air forum that opened earlier this year, after the 91-year-old Beacon Theater nearby was restored in 2019. There’s a special lineup of Halloween films, too. Cost of admission is $10 per adult and $8 per child.
Story Screen Drive-In
724 Wolcott Avenue
15 min drive to Beacon. Up to 35 cars can park to watch the flicks in the open-air forum that opened earlier this year, after the 91-year-old Beacon Theater nearby was restored in 2019. There’s a special lineup of Halloween films, too. Cost of admission is $10 per adult and $8 per child.
Museums
(19 minute drive) Art meets nature in a spectacular fashion at the Storm King Art Center, a 500-acre sculpture garden sitting at the foothills of the eponymous mountain. Storm King Art Center is located in Orange County, an hour-long drive from New York City. You may choose to walk, bike, or take the tram to get around the massive property. Rolling green fields are punctuated with awe-inspiring monumental works of art from 20th-century artists, from Calder, Sol LeWitt, and Richard Serra to Mark di Suvero. You can spend an entire day walking through the park, taking Instagram-worthy shots, and inspiring more than 100 works of art. Don't miss Maya Lin's Wavefield, an undulating grassy terrain resembling waves set against the backdrop of the Schunnemunk Mountain and the Hudson Highlands.
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Storm King Art Center
1 Museum Rd
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(19 minute drive) Art meets nature in a spectacular fashion at the Storm King Art Center, a 500-acre sculpture garden sitting at the foothills of the eponymous mountain. Storm King Art Center is located in Orange County, an hour-long drive from New York City. You may choose to walk, bike, or take the tram to get around the massive property. Rolling green fields are punctuated with awe-inspiring monumental works of art from 20th-century artists, from Calder, Sol LeWitt, and Richard Serra to Mark di Suvero. You can spend an entire day walking through the park, taking Instagram-worthy shots, and inspiring more than 100 works of art. Don't miss Maya Lin's Wavefield, an undulating grassy terrain resembling waves set against the backdrop of the Schunnemunk Mountain and the Hudson Highlands.
(12 minute drive) A Nabisco box-printing factory turned art gallery sits majestically overlooking the Hudson River, 60 miles north of New York City. Dia:Beacon opened in 2003, and presents contemporary art from the Dia Art Foundation's collection in a 300,000-square-foot space. Dia:Beacon is located in Beacon in Dutchess County, and you can expect to find works such as the monumental 1978 Shadows by Andy Warhol, mixed-media installations by Joseph Beuys, massive sculptures by Richard Serra, Innocent Love paintings by Anges Martin from 1999, and more. Take an hour-long thematic and interactive tour with one of the guides. Address: 3 Beekman Street, Beacon, New York Official site: https://www.diaart.org/
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Dia:Beacon
3 Beekman St
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(12 minute drive) A Nabisco box-printing factory turned art gallery sits majestically overlooking the Hudson River, 60 miles north of New York City. Dia:Beacon opened in 2003, and presents contemporary art from the Dia Art Foundation's collection in a 300,000-square-foot space. Dia:Beacon is located in Beacon in Dutchess County, and you can expect to find works such as the monumental 1978 Shadows by Andy Warhol, mixed-media installations by Joseph Beuys, massive sculptures by Richard Serra, Innocent Love paintings by Anges Martin from 1999, and more. Take an hour-long thematic and interactive tour with one of the guides. Address: 3 Beekman Street, Beacon, New York Official site: https://www.diaart.org/
House that served as George Washington's headquarters from 1782-1783 with museum & river views (5 minute drive)
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Washington's Headquarters State Historic Site
84 Liberty Street
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House that served as George Washington's headquarters from 1782-1783 with museum & river views (5 minute drive)
Homestead built in 1709 & lived in by 7 family generations with original furniture, art & gardens (14 minute drive)
Madam Brett Homestead Museum
50 Van Nydeck Ave
Homestead built in 1709 & lived in by 7 family generations with original furniture, art & gardens (14 minute drive)
(36-minute drive) Celebrate the 32nd President of the United States and his remarkable First Lady at the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Library and Museum, located in Hyde Park in Dutchess County. Trace the stories of Franklin and Eleanor through interactive displays spanning their youth, marriage, the Great Depression, and WWII. Highlights at the museum include Roosevelt's Pearl Harbor speech, a fireside chats microphone, and the apparatus he used for mobility. The crowning jewel is his Oval Office desk, displaying mementos from his final term. Don't miss a tour of his birthplace and home, Springwood, then stroll through a serene rose garden to the final resting place of these 20th-century giants. Address: 4079 Albany Post Road, Hyde Park, New York
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Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum
4079 Albany Post Road
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(36-minute drive) Celebrate the 32nd President of the United States and his remarkable First Lady at the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Library and Museum, located in Hyde Park in Dutchess County. Trace the stories of Franklin and Eleanor through interactive displays spanning their youth, marriage, the Great Depression, and WWII. Highlights at the museum include Roosevelt's Pearl Harbor speech, a fireside chats microphone, and the apparatus he used for mobility. The crowning jewel is his Oval Office desk, displaying mementos from his final term. Don't miss a tour of his birthplace and home, Springwood, then stroll through a serene rose garden to the final resting place of these 20th-century giants. Address: 4079 Albany Post Road, Hyde Park, New York
(10-minute drive) Rev up your visit to the Hudson Valley with a stop at the Motorcyclepedia, a non-profit museum exhibiting everything from street bikes and cruisers to motorcycles of all sizes and shapes starting from 1897. The volunteer-run museum has several galleries showcasing more than 600 bikes and thousands of memorabilia in an 85,000-square-foot space in Newburgh. Some of the exhibits include Harley-Davidson, Circa Timeline, Indian Timeline, Indian Larry, Chopper City, Police and Military, European and Scooters. Take a walk down memory lane as you browse displays of the extensive collection amassed by father-son duo Gerald and Ted Doering, including a bike from the motorcade on the day JFK was assassinated and a police motorbike that arrived at the scene of Roswell, New Mexico, where aliens supposedly landed. Address: 250 Lake Street, Newburgh, New York Official site: https://motorcyclepediamuseum.org/
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Motorcyclepedia Museum
250 Lake Street
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(10-minute drive) Rev up your visit to the Hudson Valley with a stop at the Motorcyclepedia, a non-profit museum exhibiting everything from street bikes and cruisers to motorcycles of all sizes and shapes starting from 1897. The volunteer-run museum has several galleries showcasing more than 600 bikes and thousands of memorabilia in an 85,000-square-foot space in Newburgh. Some of the exhibits include Harley-Davidson, Circa Timeline, Indian Timeline, Indian Larry, Chopper City, Police and Military, European and Scooters. Take a walk down memory lane as you browse displays of the extensive collection amassed by father-son duo Gerald and Ted Doering, including a bike from the motorcade on the day JFK was assassinated and a police motorbike that arrived at the scene of Roswell, New Mexico, where aliens supposedly landed. Address: 250 Lake Street, Newburgh, New York Official site: https://motorcyclepediamuseum.org/
(1-hour drive) Thomas Cole put American art on the world map. He created a new style of painting that was uniquely American, and with his beautiful painting of Catskill landscapes, he laid the foundation of the Hudson River School of Art. Cedar Grove, the house in which he lived and painted, is located in Catskill, New York, and was opened in 2001 as a museum that celebrates the great artist’s life. Thomas Cole’s paintings are on display in many of the world’s museum, but about 150 of his paintings can be found in his home. The house is registered as a National Historic Site, and hosts numerous exhibitions, lectures about the Hudson River School, and other programs. Just a short trip from NYC, the Thomas Cole National Historic Site is perfect for a weekend trip. 218 Spring St, Catskill, NY 12414, 518-943-7465
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Thomas Cole National Historic Site
218 Spring St
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(1-hour drive) Thomas Cole put American art on the world map. He created a new style of painting that was uniquely American, and with his beautiful painting of Catskill landscapes, he laid the foundation of the Hudson River School of Art. Cedar Grove, the house in which he lived and painted, is located in Catskill, New York, and was opened in 2001 as a museum that celebrates the great artist’s life. Thomas Cole’s paintings are on display in many of the world’s museum, but about 150 of his paintings can be found in his home. The house is registered as a National Historic Site, and hosts numerous exhibitions, lectures about the Hudson River School, and other programs. Just a short trip from NYC, the Thomas Cole National Historic Site is perfect for a weekend trip. 218 Spring St, Catskill, NY 12414, 518-943-7465
(42-minute drive) For those interested in architecture, you cannot pass up a visit to the Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site. Nestled amongst gardens and woodlands with views of the Catskill Mountains and rivers, the 54-room mansion is a prime example of Beaux-Art architecture. Modeled after a typical English country house, it is a reflection of an era rather than an attempt to pay homage to an individual person. Sun yourself in the stunning terraced Italian Gardens, which were the pride and joy of Frederick Vanderbilt. The only way to visit the Vanderbilt Mansion is via a guided tour, and there are some restrictions on entry. 119 Vanderbilt Park Rd, Hyde Park, NY 12538, 845-229-7770
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Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site
119 Vanderbilt Park Road
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(42-minute drive) For those interested in architecture, you cannot pass up a visit to the Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site. Nestled amongst gardens and woodlands with views of the Catskill Mountains and rivers, the 54-room mansion is a prime example of Beaux-Art architecture. Modeled after a typical English country house, it is a reflection of an era rather than an attempt to pay homage to an individual person. Sun yourself in the stunning terraced Italian Gardens, which were the pride and joy of Frederick Vanderbilt. The only way to visit the Vanderbilt Mansion is via a guided tour, and there are some restrictions on entry. 119 Vanderbilt Park Rd, Hyde Park, NY 12538, 845-229-7770
(52-minute drive) There are some sites that simply have to be seen to be believed, and the Wilderstein Historic Site is one of them. Located on 40 acres of woodland bluff, the gorgeous estate overlooks the Hudson River. Beautiful flowers and gardens have been arranged in the American Romantic Style, with gazebos and garden seats dotted along the network of carriage drives, walks, and trails. The gentle, flat landscape makes the grounds accessible for everyone. Tour the mansion that was built in the 1800’s and has been remodeled and enlarged over several centuries so that it is now reminiscent of the Queen-Anne style. The site houses 15,500 cataloged objects, tens of thousands of photographs, books and other items dating from 1540 to 1991. 330 Morton Road, Rhinebeck, NY 12572, New York, 845-876-4818
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Wilderstein Historic Site
330 Morton Road
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(52-minute drive) There are some sites that simply have to be seen to be believed, and the Wilderstein Historic Site is one of them. Located on 40 acres of woodland bluff, the gorgeous estate overlooks the Hudson River. Beautiful flowers and gardens have been arranged in the American Romantic Style, with gazebos and garden seats dotted along the network of carriage drives, walks, and trails. The gentle, flat landscape makes the grounds accessible for everyone. Tour the mansion that was built in the 1800’s and has been remodeled and enlarged over several centuries so that it is now reminiscent of the Queen-Anne style. The site houses 15,500 cataloged objects, tens of thousands of photographs, books and other items dating from 1540 to 1991. 330 Morton Road, Rhinebeck, NY 12572, New York, 845-876-4818
(57-minute drive) The Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome is a unique museum for aviation enthusiasts. With five massive collections on display, including Pioneer Aircraft, World War I Aircraft, Golden Age Aircraft, Aircraft Engines, and a stunning display of vintage Ground Vehicles, you will spend hours wandering the museum hangers. In addition to offering static displays, each weekend from mid-June through to mid-October, they offer air shows, and you can even take a ride on a biplane. 9 Norton Road, Red Hook, NY 12571, 845-752-3200
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Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome
9 Norton Road
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(57-minute drive) The Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome is a unique museum for aviation enthusiasts. With five massive collections on display, including Pioneer Aircraft, World War I Aircraft, Golden Age Aircraft, Aircraft Engines, and a stunning display of vintage Ground Vehicles, you will spend hours wandering the museum hangers. In addition to offering static displays, each weekend from mid-June through to mid-October, they offer air shows, and you can even take a ride on a biplane. 9 Norton Road, Red Hook, NY 12571, 845-752-3200
Supermarket
This is Newburgh's Whole Foods. They have a great bakery, a deli and a butcher shop! (8 minute drive)
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Adams Fairacre Farms
1240 New York 300
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This is Newburgh's Whole Foods. They have a great bakery, a deli and a butcher shop! (8 minute drive)
9-minute drive
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Price Chopper
39 North Plank Road
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9-minute drive
Park
A hiking trail, a playground, a gorgeous lake.. there is something for everyone! (11 minute drive)
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Chadwick Lake Park
1702 New York 300
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A hiking trail, a playground, a gorgeous lake.. there is something for everyone! (11 minute drive)
A castle, a zoo, a swimming pool - Bear Mountain offers more than hiking! (30 minute drive)
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Bear Mountain State Park
Route 9W North
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A castle, a zoo, a swimming pool - Bear Mountain offers more than hiking! (30 minute drive)
Well-maintained park with a tennis court (10 minute drive)
Cronomer Hill Park
Gardnertown Road
Well-maintained park with a tennis court (10 minute drive)
The hiking trail can be a challenge but the view will be rewarding (17 minute drive)
Fishkill Ridge Trail
32 Sunnyside Rd
The hiking trail can be a challenge but the view will be rewarding (17 minute drive)
This park offers a beach and a relatively flat hiking trail (21 minute drive)
Little Stony Point
3007 Bear Mountain-Beacon Hwy
This park offers a beach and a relatively flat hiking trail (21 minute drive)
(40 minute drive) If you love the great outdoors, be sure to visit Hudson Highlands State Park. Situated on nearly 6,000 acres of untouched land, the park provides plenty of activities to keep you busy for the whole day. For the hikers, there are hundreds of trails ranging from easy to challenging. For those who love the water, view the park from boat, kayak, and canoe and join one of the many tours. Hike the Appalachian Trial, or visit Bannerman Island – there is just so much to do. See rare and endangered birds such as peregrine falcons and bald eagles along the banks of the Hudson River. Have a fun, family friendly day out in the wilderness.
Hudson Highlands State Park
(40 minute drive) If you love the great outdoors, be sure to visit Hudson Highlands State Park. Situated on nearly 6,000 acres of untouched land, the park provides plenty of activities to keep you busy for the whole day. For the hikers, there are hundreds of trails ranging from easy to challenging. For those who love the water, view the park from boat, kayak, and canoe and join one of the many tours. Hike the Appalachian Trial, or visit Bannerman Island – there is just so much to do. See rare and endangered birds such as peregrine falcons and bald eagles along the banks of the Hudson River. Have a fun, family friendly day out in the wilderness.
Beacon. Park right behind the Beacon train station. Offers picnic tables, grills, a playground and a volleyball court. Beautiful views of Hudson River (13 minute drive)
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Pete And Toshi Seeger Riverfront Park
2 Red Flynn Drive
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Beacon. Park right behind the Beacon train station. Offers picnic tables, grills, a playground and a volleyball court. Beautiful views of Hudson River (13 minute drive)
Beacon. Beautiful trails for biking, fishing, beautiful views of Hudson River and the mountains (12 minute drive)
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Scenic Hudson's Long Dock Park
23 Long Dock Road
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Beacon. Beautiful trails for biking, fishing, beautiful views of Hudson River and the mountains (12 minute drive)
(45-minute drive) Sprawling area of nature reserve with 75 mi. of carriage trails, cliffs, fields & forests. Mohonk Mountain House (restaurant/resort/ hotel)
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Mohonk Preserve
3197 Route 44 55
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(45-minute drive) Sprawling area of nature reserve with 75 mi. of carriage trails, cliffs, fields & forests. Mohonk Mountain House (restaurant/resort/ hotel)
(40-minute drive). Featuring multiple waterfalls, sparkling lakes, sheer cliffs, and hardwood forests, the park is a nature lover's paradise. There are 50 miles of paths to choose from for biking, hiking, walking, and more
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Minnewaska State Park Preserve
5281 Route 44-55
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(40-minute drive). Featuring multiple waterfalls, sparkling lakes, sheer cliffs, and hardwood forests, the park is a nature lover's paradise. There are 50 miles of paths to choose from for biking, hiking, walking, and more
For those looking for a breathtaking hiking experience a little closer to New York City, Breakneck Ridge Loop is up for the challenge. This difficult hike is not for everyone, but those experienced enough to climb over its boulders and steep ledges and make their way up to the top, are rewarded with unbeatable views of the Hudson River. The loop hike is located in the Hudson Highlands State Park, and the trail offers views of Storm King Mountain, Bannerman's Castle, and the winding river. The best time to go is during the dry summer season to avoid slippery rocks.
Breakneck Ridge Trail
For those looking for a breathtaking hiking experience a little closer to New York City, Breakneck Ridge Loop is up for the challenge. This difficult hike is not for everyone, but those experienced enough to climb over its boulders and steep ledges and make their way up to the top, are rewarded with unbeatable views of the Hudson River. The loop hike is located in the Hudson Highlands State Park, and the trail offers views of Storm King Mountain, Bannerman's Castle, and the winding river. The best time to go is during the dry summer season to avoid slippery rocks.
(45-minute drive) Innisfree Garden was built to reflect founder Walter Beck’s fascination with Asian art, especially poet and painter Wang Wei. Landscaped with Chinese and Japanese design in mind, the area features small, intricate gardens situated within a wider landscape. Innisfree Garden includes 150 acres of gardens, streams, waterfalls, terraces, walls, rocks, and plants with 360-degree views. Vivid greenery, stunning colors, and the calls of birdlife greet you at every turn. The gardens are self-guided and will take you around ninety minutes to fully explore. 362 Tyrrel Road, Millbrook, NY 12545, 845-677-8000
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Innisfree Garden
362 Tyrrel Road
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(45-minute drive) Innisfree Garden was built to reflect founder Walter Beck’s fascination with Asian art, especially poet and painter Wang Wei. Landscaped with Chinese and Japanese design in mind, the area features small, intricate gardens situated within a wider landscape. Innisfree Garden includes 150 acres of gardens, streams, waterfalls, terraces, walls, rocks, and plants with 360-degree views. Vivid greenery, stunning colors, and the calls of birdlife greet you at every turn. The gardens are self-guided and will take you around ninety minutes to fully explore. 362 Tyrrel Road, Millbrook, NY 12545, 845-677-8000
(56-minute drive) Opus 40 is a 6.5-acre sculpture park created by Harvey Fite in 1939. Built on the site of a bluestone quarry, the park features millions of pieces of bluestone, all of which have been laid by hand. Ramps and terraces rise out of the ground and surrounding pools, trees, fountains, and sculptures. The natural landscape of the quarry has made for a unique stage, and you can head sixteen feet below to the epicenter of the main sculpture. Fite has expertly matched the natural landscape with man-made art. Opus 40 is open from Memorial Day through the end of October, and by appointment off season. 50 Fite Rd, Saugerties, NY 12477, 845-246-3400
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Opus 40
50 Fite Road
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(56-minute drive) Opus 40 is a 6.5-acre sculpture park created by Harvey Fite in 1939. Built on the site of a bluestone quarry, the park features millions of pieces of bluestone, all of which have been laid by hand. Ramps and terraces rise out of the ground and surrounding pools, trees, fountains, and sculptures. The natural landscape of the quarry has made for a unique stage, and you can head sixteen feet below to the epicenter of the main sculpture. Fite has expertly matched the natural landscape with man-made art. Opus 40 is open from Memorial Day through the end of October, and by appointment off season. 50 Fite Rd, Saugerties, NY 12477, 845-246-3400
(1 hour 10 minute drive) There’s no shortage of gorgeous scenery in the Catskills, but Kaaterskill Falls is a cut above—and has the Instagram popularity to prove it. There are a couple of ways to get to the 260-foot, two-tiered waterfall, according to Hike the Hudson Valley: From a parking area on Route 23A, you can do a quick, mile-long hike along the Yellow Trail (look for a trailhead kiosk close to Bastion Falls). Otherwise, a viewing platform above the falls is also accessible (and potentially easier to reach) from Laurel House Road, where there’s more parking and clear directions to the falls. Be sure to read the New York state Department of Environmental Conservation’s rules for accessing the falls before you head out.
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Kaaterskill Falls
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(1 hour 10 minute drive) There’s no shortage of gorgeous scenery in the Catskills, but Kaaterskill Falls is a cut above—and has the Instagram popularity to prove it. There are a couple of ways to get to the 260-foot, two-tiered waterfall, according to Hike the Hudson Valley: From a parking area on Route 23A, you can do a quick, mile-long hike along the Yellow Trail (look for a trailhead kiosk close to Bastion Falls). Otherwise, a viewing platform above the falls is also accessible (and potentially easier to reach) from Laurel House Road, where there’s more parking and clear directions to the falls. Be sure to read the New York state Department of Environmental Conservation’s rules for accessing the falls before you head out.
Bank
ATM & teller service (6 minute drive)
Chase Bank
5020 Route 9W
ATM & teller service (6 minute drive)