Nestled in the heart of the Hudson River Valley, Dutchess County is just 90 minutes from New York City or Albany. With an abundance of historic landmarks, arts venues, restaurants and striking scenic splendor, Dutchess County is 800 miles of fascinating sites, lively events and breathtaking vistas! Nestled in the heart of the Hudson River Valley, Dutchess County is just 90 minutes from New York City or Albany.
The Adirondack Region of New York State located just a short drive from the Quebec and Ontario borders, offers an amazing array of outdoor recreation options, natural attractions and parks, and family-friendly activities that span the seasons to offer incredible adventure year-round.
A little deeper into New York State and close to New York City is a rural treasure filled with adventure: Ulster County. Ulster is known for its outdoor fun, unique shopping and accommodations, long-standing history and vibrant arts and culture scene. The county is complete with 35 mountain peaks, the famous Shawangunk Ridge and 350 miles of trails for hiking, climbing and biking during the more seasonal months. There’s golfing at picturesque courses, fishing in cold mountain streams as well as snow-shoeing, skiing/snowboarding, skating and maple sugaring.
Just 50 miles from the bright lights of Broadway, shop at Woodbury Common Premium Outlets and stroll through America’s largest sculpture park, Storm King Art Center. View the scenic beauty of the region from West Point and the Newburgh Waterfront where three different boats take you for cruises on the Hudson River. The fun continues nearby where larger-than-life Motorcyclepedia has over 450 vintage cycles on display.
The Capital-Saratoga Region is a great place for your New York State Getaway. From the thundering hooves of Thoroughbred horses to the thunder of applause at magnificent theaters. From the bright lights of the cities to the starlit skies above our scenic countryside and lakes. From colonial history and concerts to covered bridges, and culinary delights. Just a few hours north of New York City, The Capital-Saratoga Region has everything you’re looking for in your next getaway. Plan your trip today!
The Sullivan County Catskills located just 90 miles from NYC, a six-hour drive from Ontario and a five-hour drive from Montreal, it is worth the journey. Home to the 1969 Woodstock Festival, the site is now the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts and Museum, a tribute to the decade of the ‘60’s and a cultural epicenter. The Beaverkill and Willowemoc Rivers known for the best native brown trout fly fishing is home to the Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum that chronicles the art of dry fly fishing and tying.