Your guide to adventuring, hiking, swimming, and walking across the Hudson River region
The Empire State Trail — a 750-mile bicycle and walking trail spanning from New York City to Canada and from Buffalo to Albany — debuts this December.
Take your upstate leaf peeping experience to the next level with picturesque views and rainbow-hued panoramas along the Hudson River.
With treks ranging from beginner to pro, these upstate New York trails lead to fire towers that offer vistas of the Valley unlike any you’ve seen before.
Looking for a local pumpkin patch? These U-pick experiences throughout the Hudson River region have gourds galore — and more!
Whether you’re into camping or glamping, this campground collective has the perfect place for you to pitch a tent in the region.
A New York State Parks manager reveals how to properly care for the beautiful public lands, preserves, and trails that locals and visitors adore.
Do you have what it takes to find your way through the local labyrinths? There's usually an apple cider donut waiting at the end.
As the leaves begin to drift on down in the Hudson Valley, throw on your hiking gear and hit a local trail to get moving and savor the fall foliage.
There's nothing better than a weekend of apple picking, cider donuts, and seasonal treats at these upstate farms in the Hudson Valley.
When the orchard visit is through, there's plenty on the Hudson Valley's picturesque farms to keep you and the kids entertained all weekend.
Take a break from the day to unwind during a scenic trek along the rail trails that wind their way along glistening lakes and over lush, local hillsides.
Savor the beauty of the Hudson River region while toasting marshmallows over the bonfire at one of these local campsites.
Sail your way across the Hudson River landscape with these high-flying programs.
Set your sights sky-high with telescopic gazing under the Hudson River region’s twinkling night sky.
Cool off at our public pools and beaches.
Pack your camera and slip on comfortable walking shoes to explore outdoor art at these picturesque al fresco sculpture centers along the Hudson River.
21 places to take a hike or scenic stroll — without the crowds.
The southern Hudson Valley bridge connecting Rockland and Westchester Counties opens for cycling and walking on the westbound span.
Hidden gems to keep you exploring all summer long.
From dahlias to zinnias, the colorful blooms at local flower farms are a surefire way to brighten someone’s day – or week.
Grab a burger, some soda pop, and enjoy plein-air blockbusters and indies at one of the region's scenic drive-in movie theaters.
Parks, towns, and hidden trails to waterfalls where you can see life-changing cascades on the east and west sides of the Hudson River.
Soak in the sun or swim a few laps at the top waterside spots in the Hudson River region. Plus, COVID-19 policies to know before hitting the beach.
Explore the Hudson Valley's most stunning views from these easy-going trails perfect for family outings and solo day trips.
Trek your way along a new-to-you trail, up scenic waterfalls, inside natural caves, and around the region's outdoor wonders.
With flurries on the way, here's what to know before picking up your passes for slope-side fun at Hudson Valley mountains all winter long.
The Ashokan Rail Trail takes walkers, hikers, and bikers along some of the most scenic spaces in Ulster County.
The Hudson River Skywalk connects Olana State Historic Site and Thomas Cole Site, the homes of two of the most important landscape artists in the Valley.
With Hudson River views, mountainside panoramas, and approachable inclines, local treks are magnificent for new hikers and experts alike.
A muddy adventure of a lifetime awaits in Ellenville.