Your guide to adventuring, hiking, swimming, and walking across the Hudson River region
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.
Brittany Hollow Farm / Photo by Debby Mosher From dahlias to zinnias, the colorful blooms at local flower farms are a surefire way to brighten someone’s day. The outdoors have never been more appealing than ...
Grab a burger and some soda pop and enjoy plein-air movies at one of these locations.
Parks, towns, and hidden trails where you can see life-changing cascades - when the time is right to explore.
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 trails.
New Paltz students share their top 10 picks for the most underrated adventures in the Valley
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.
After years in the making, the scenic walkway connects Columbia and Greene Counties – and two legendary Hudson Valley painters.