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As the weather warms, it’s time to get out and about in the Valley. While exploring your options, be sure to include these fun-filled destinations.


All in for tours and tastings

Angry Orchard

2241 Albany Post Rd

Looking for a fun way to spend a warm summer day in the Hudson Valley? Grab your friends and head to the Hudson Valley’s premier cider destination, Angry Orchard in Walden, where guests can enjoy a variety of events including game nights, themed trivia nights, yoga classes, and guided tours, among others. Guests always receive a complimentary flight of cider, so come, kick back, and have fun while taking in the picturesque landscape of the Shawangunk Mountains. Angry Orchard is open to visitors year-round with tours, tastings, and a gift shop. For hours of operation, events, and more information, please visit: www.angryorchard.com/theorchard.

West meets East

Pine Ridge Dude Ranch

Cherrytown Rd

Just two hours north of NYC, Pine Ridge Dude Ranch, is an all-inclusive resort that’s an affordable family vacation destination. Delicious all-inclusive meals, renovated accommodations, endless activities, nightly entertainment and much more.  Featuring a first-class riding program that’s ideal for both experienced and novice riders. Visit the private lake, enjoy the evening campfires or stop by the petting zoo. Onsite games include everything from archery to horseshoes to swimming at the indoor or outdoor pools with double flume waterslides. Visit www.pineridgeduderanch.com to start your family adventure.

Cocktails + waterfall views

The Roundhouse

2 E Main St

Welcome Roundhouse Patio Season! In a sure sign that warmer days are here to stay, the Roundhouse patio opening is finally here. Our waterfront patio and bar opens every May and features a unique outdoor dining experience situated directly above a roaring creek. Patio season at the Roundhouse brings a fresh new Spring menu and a switch to our popular warm weather cocktails. Guests can expect to see some creative new flavors along with old favorites as we welcome the change of seasons in the Hudson Valley. Come for a cocktail and stay for waterfall views at a beautifully-restored manufacturing complex turned dining favorite in Beacon.



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