Hudson River tourism directors share their top picks for places to go, sights to see, and things to do throughout the month of August.
Halloween in July in Walden, mountainside concerts in Highmount, and more from this week’s picks for Hudson Valley events.
The dreamy upstate city boasts award-winning Hudson Valley restaurants, unique storefronts, and the freshest New York air around.
Hop aboard a Hudson River cruise to marvel at the region’s many breathtaking historic sites, natural landmarks, and wildlife.
Tucked between Harriman State Park and the New Jersey border, Suffern delights with outdoor attractions and restaurants galore.
Tackle the vast fairways of some of the Hudson Valley's top disc golf courses, which take players over streams and alongside mountains.
In bucolic Ulster County, the property invites visitors to unwind on the green, the organic farm and orchard, the spa, or the restaurant.
The Renaissance Faire is back in the Hudson Valley, bringing Elizabethan England, creative costumes, and exciting entertainment with it.
From its founding in 1972 to its brand-new traveling picture show under the stars, Rhinebeck's Upstate Films connects audiences with bold art.
With boutique shops, cozy cafés, and bustling restaurants, the Dutchess County neighborhood is a busy community in a small package.
Part of the Bluebird by Lark motel line, the renovated retreat is a must-stay during a day trip from the Hudson Valley.
Bookmark these foodie-centric fairs and festivals throughout the Hudson Valley for craft beverage tasting and tons of farm-to-table fare.
Local country clubs and open-play golf courses are scenic destinations for fine dining, weddings, and playing nine — or eighteen.
Walkable and picturesque with restaurants and shopping destinations galore, Wappingers Falls is a hidden gem in the Hudson Valley.
The independent movie theater scene in the Valley offers an alternative to big-box chains with must-see showings at affordable prices.
Hudson River tourism directors share their top picks for places to go, sights to see, and things to do throughout the month of July.
The Warren Street hotel celebrates the Columbia County city's rich history as a whaling port in the Hudson Valley.
The Rockland County village balances scenic Hudson River views with small-town shopping and upscale dining venues as the ultimate day trip.
Celebrate Independence Day and summer across the Hudson Valley with live music, food vendors, and, of course, dazzling fireworks shows.
Tentrr provides glamping sites at the Hudson Valley's most scenic destinations and hosts activities like kayaking, fishing, and more.