Head to the Ulster County town for waterfront fun along the Rondout and hip eateries and storefronts in the Stockade district.
The Hudson Valley’s 10 counties are rich in history, dining and drinking destinations, recreational activities, and natural beauty.
Ready to settle down in the Hudson Valley? Cold Spring offers Hudson River views, mouthwatering restaurants, and welcoming shops.
Ready to take your workout off the road and onto the trails? Making the switch offers new obstacles, challenges, and rewards—including breathtaking Hudson Valley views.
This may be our first normal summer in quite some time (fingers crossed) and there's no better way to celebrate than heading to one of these 20 retreats.
Planning a staycation in the Hudson Valley? These recently renovated motels are modern, affordable, and great for groups.
The Dutchess County hotspot attracts creatives and NYC residents alike with its abundance of charming shops and excellent eateries.
Whether you're a newbie to the local hiking scene or an avid hiker, there's a trail on this list that will satisfy every outdoor adventure.
Whether you try pottery or attend a cooking workshop, you'll love learning something new at these Hudson Valley classes.
Check out these farmers' markets for local and seasonal produce that tastes wonderful and supports the Hudson Valley community.
Ready to settle down along the Hudson River? Consider Nyack, which offers a wealth of boutique shops and picturesque views.
Take a break to unwind during a scenic trek along the rail trails that wind their way along glistening lakes and over lush, local hillsides.
From grain to glass, these distillers utilize Hudson Valley ingredients to craft whiskeys, gins, and vodkas at scenic destinations.
Hugging the New Jersey border in pastoral Orange County is the friendly town of Warwick, which houses plenty of restaurants and shops.
Nestled at the base of the Shawangunk Ridge (viewable from almost everywhere in New Paltz), this artsy town is a perfect place to call home.
For Valentine’s Day dinner—or really any evening you want a great meal in a quiet, charming spot—make a reservation at one of these intimate Hudson Valley restaurants.
Whiskey lovers will want to head to these award-winning destinations that specialize in smooth bourbons and spicy ryes.