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ULSTER COUNTY 2020 – 2021 TRAVEL GUIDE

HUDSON VALLEY & CATSKILL REGIONS

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Arts & Culture • Recreation • Events • Farm to Table • Craft Beverages


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Far from the crowds – and also just close enough, at 90 miles north of Manhattan and an hour south of Albany – Ulster County is an indooroutdoor, four-season playground of scenic glory and winding trails, award-winning vineyards and annual celebrations. Tap into maple sugaring and follow in the footsteps of the Huguenots. Surrender to Shawangunk Ridge views and indulge at farm-to-table eateries. Stroll outdoor sculpture gardens and cozy up to roaring in-room fireplaces. Travel the width and breadth of our 750,000-acre playground – through diverse arts and culture, world-class accommodations and the rugged outdoors – and fall for the Ulster County that wins both awards and hearts. This year welcomes you to the Ashokan Rail Trail (“ART”), a pet friendly, 11.5-mile outdoor paradise for hikers and bikers, runners and nature lovers, open from sunrise to sunset. Explore the Ashokan Reservoir, ascend to scenic lookouts, and enjoy every season of splendor on three trailheads and wheelchair-accessible paths. Peruse the pages of this guide, and find yourself suspended over the world’s longest pedestrian bridge (Walkway Over the Hudson) and sipping whisky-spiked flights of fancy, tracing history through Revolutionary War-era homes and sleeping in bank vaults-turned-bedrooms. Seek for yourself. For more information, please visit ulstercountyalive.com. Published & Designed By:

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EXPLORE ULSTER COUNTY 6 Events

Ashokan Rail Trail

10 Recreation

For more travel information, visit or call: Ulster County Tourism, 20 Broadway, Kingston 800-342-5826 | 845-340-3566

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Biking Boat Rentals/Kayaking Boat Rides and Charters Bowling Cross-Country Skiing/Snowshoeing Downhill Skiing/Snowboarding Fishing Guide Services Hang Gliding/Ultra Light/Skydiving Horseback Riding Ice Skating Indoor/Outdoor Recreation Marinas Miniature Golf Paintball Rock Climbing Roller Skating Swimming Tennis Tours and Trails

20 Golf 22 Parks 24 Farm to Table

24 Christmas Tree Farms 25 Farms, U-Picks and Farmers’ Markets 27 Maple Sugar Farms

28 Craft Beverages

Matthewis Persen House, Kingston

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Breweries and Microbreweries Cideries Distilleries Wineries

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Distance to Ulster County

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MAJOR CITIES

44 Accommodations

Albany, NY..................................................57 Hartford, CT................................................94 New York, NY............................................110 Philadelphia, PA........................................179 Boston, MA...............................................205 *Measured in miles from Kingston, NY

AIRPORTS

New York Stewart International Airport…..42 Albany International Airport……………….65 Westchester County Airport……………….92 LaGuardia Airport......................................98 Newark Liberty International Airport……102 John F. Kennedy International airport…..107

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Antiques Art Associations Galleries Movie Theaters Performing and Visual Arts Pottery and Ceramics

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Bed and Breakfasts Cabins and Cottages Campgrounds Dude Ranches Hotels Inns and Lodges Motels Resorts Spas Spiritual Retreats

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TOP EVENTS Please check the events’ websites for the latest information about possible date changes or cancellations due to the coronavirus.

HITS-on-the-Hudson HITS-on-the-Hudson IV: July 15-19; HITS-on-the-Hudson V: July 22-26; New York Horse & Pony Show (VI): July 29-Aug. 2; HITS-on-the-Hudson VII: Aug. 26-30; HITS-on-the-Hudson VIII, featuring the HITS Championship: Sept. 2-6. 454 Washington Ave. Extension, Saugerties 845-246-8833 (corporate office) 845-246-5515 (during shows) hitsshows.com

Enjoy a day of family-friendly fun at HITS-on-the-Hudson and catch a glimpse of equestrian stars. Accessible. Child, pet and group friendly. WiFi.

The Blueberry Festival Aug. 8 9 a.m.-4 p.m. (rain or shine.) Canal Street and Liberty Square, Ellenville 845-647-4620 ewcoc.com

Live music all day, 175plus vendors of crafts, goods, delicious foods plus blueberry pies. Children’s area. No pets allowed.

Hudson Valley Ribfest Aug. 21-23

Ulster County Fairgrounds 249 Libertyville Road, New Paltz 844-RIBFEST

hudsonvalleyribfest.org

Biggest, best backyard barbecue in the Hudson Valley. Food and merchandise vendors, live music, cooking demonstrations, children’s area, KCBS and NEBS barbecue contests. Accessible. Child and group friendly. WiFi.

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Phoenicia International Festival of the Voice Aug. 29 Venue to be determined 845-688-3291

Phoeniciavoicefest.org

Phoenicia International Festival of the Voice will stage a drive-in performance of Pucci’s “Tosca.”

Woodstock-New Paltz Art & Crafts Fair FALL SHOW: Sept. 5-7, Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m.; Monday 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Ulster County Fairgrounds, 249 Libertyville Road, New Paltz 505-917-1731 845-516-4342 845-389-3712 quailhollow.com

The fair, now celebrating its 39th anniversary, feature high-quality juried creations of over 200 artists and craftspeople from across America. Features include furniture, architectural crafts, demonstrations, handcrafted specialty foods, health care products, live performances by the Hudson Valley’s best musical talent and interactive children's activities.

Hooley on The Hudson Irish Festival Sept. 6. 11:30 a.m.-9 p.m. T.R. Gallo Park, Rondout waterfront, Kingston 845-338-6622, 845-246-7195 ulsteraoh.com

Bagpipes, food, music, step dancing, Ceili dancing, craft demonstrations, storytelling, authentic Celtic products, entertainment and more. Accessible. Child and group friendly.


778 Broadway (Route 9W), Ulster Park 845-339-2666 headlesshorseman.com

Named "No. 1 Haunted Attraction in America." New theme each season. Ten attractions, four gift shops and four food cafés. Ages 13 and over. Reservations required. Kid-friendly Children’s Days: Oct. 10 and 24.

Hudson Valley Garlic Festival Sept. 26-27

Cantine Field, Washington Avenue Extension, Saugerties 845-246-3090

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Top Events

Burning of Kingston "Capital to Capital Run" Oct.18

Headless Horseman Hayrides and Haunted Houses Opening night Sept. 19

Senate House, Kingston 845-481-4550 capitaltocapitalrun.com

The "Capital to Capital Run" is a commemorative 5k run between Kingston and the town of Hurley, tracing the trail of colonial refugees fleeing the British soldiers who burned the city down during the American Revolutionary War in 1777. At the time, the New York State Capital was moved from Kingston to Hurley. Starting at the Senate House (the first New York State capital) in uptown Kingston and finishing at the Van Deusen House on Main Street in Hurley (where the capital was moved), the run is both a family fun run as well as timed for running enthusiasts. Runners will be greeted in Hurley with the annual Hurley Heritage Day. Registration at 9 a.m. at the Senate House, kickoff at 10 a.m.

RUN

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Two-day celebration of garlic, with food, crafts, live music, chef and farmer lectures, children’s area and tons of garlic. Shuttle bus service. No pets. Advance tickets online or at select local merchants.

A Frosty Fest Nov. 27, 28, 29, Dec. 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 28. 29 and 20. 778 Broadway (Route 9W), Ulster Park 845-339-2666 afrostyfest.com

Woodstock Film Festival Sept. 30-Oct. 4

Various locations in Woodstock, Rosendale, Kingston and Saugerties 845-679-4265 woodstockfilmfestival.org

The 21st annual Woodstock Film Festival will present a roster of over 150 films, concerts, panels and the Maverick Awards Ceremony. Special screenings and events also take place year-round. Previous notable attendees include: Alec Baldwin, Paul Rudd, Daniel-Day Lewis, Bill Pullman, Giancarlo Esposito, Natalie Merchant, Courtney Cox, Jennifer Connelly, Julie Taymor, Natalie Portman, Uma Thurman, Lucy Liu, Vera Farmiga, Woody Harrelson, Ethan Hawke, Steve Buscemi, Peter Gabriel, Arlo Guthrie and Donovan.

O+ Festival Oct. 9-11 Kingston

opositivefestival.org

The 11th annual festival is held at various venues and times in Kingston’s historic uptown and midtown neighborhoods. “Exchanging the Art of Medicine for the Medicine for the Art.” Concerts, murals, visual and performing arts, health expo, classes in healing arts, cycling events and more.

Ulster County Italian Festival Oct. 11. 11 a.m.-7 p.m.

Rondout waterfront, Kingston 845-339-5403

ucitalianamericanfoundation.org

The Ulster County Italian American Foundation is presenting the annual Ulster County Italian Festival on the Kingston waterfront. This free festival features a variety of Italian foods, beverages, products, music and family fun.

A family-fun holiday light spectacular featuring Meet & Greet with Dasher the Reindeer, Frosty's Musical Light Show, Candy Cane Lane, Frosty's Enchanted Forest, Glistening Gardens, Magical Mansion, Frosty's Magical 3D Adventure, Santa's North Pole, Blizzard the Polar Bear, professional stage show, gift shops and tasty treats. Friday, 6-8 p.m., Saturday, 4-8 p.m., Saturday, 4-8 p.m., Sunday, 4-7 p.m.

Sinterklaas Nov. 28. 11 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Rondout waterfront, Kingston

SinterklaasKingston.org

Sinterklaas departs from the historic Kingston waterfront (aka "Spain") after a full day of open houses, musical performances and workshops creating beautiful crowns and branches and a Children’s Maritime Parade down Broadway with stars and puppets galore.

Catskill Mountain Railroad Polar Express Select dates in November and December

Westbrook Lane Station, 55 Plaza Road, Kingston 845-332-4854 cmrrevents.com

Children and families discover the magic of Christmas aboard The Polar Express when it arrives in Kingston. The officiallylicensed train rides inspired by the hit Warner Bros. film "The Polar Express" and book by Chris Van Allsburg is run by the Catskill Mountain Railroad. See website for dates and to purchase tickets. Accessible. Child and group friendly.

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EVENTS JULY New Paltz In the War of Independence July 11

81 Huguenot St., New Paltz 845-255-1660 (office) 845-255-1889 (visitor center) huguenotstreet.org

Annual American Revolution-era encampment with the Fifth New York Regiment. Visitors who bring in Ulster County Travel Guide receive 15 percent off museum shop purchase.

Hurley Stone House Day July 11 11 Main St., Hurley 845-331-4121 stonehouseday.org

Explore America’s oldest private homes in a National Historic Landmark Village. Tour guides in colonial attire, militia encampment. Sojourner Truth speech, colonial crafts demonstrations, Native American dancers, food, children’s activities and more. Tickets online or on site. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. (rain or shine.) Child friendly.

Sawyer Motors Car Show July 12 Main and Partition streets Saugerties 845-246-3412 sawyermotorscarshow.com

Once again the village streets of Main and Partition are shut down to traffic and filled with over 500 cars that bring back the memories. Non-stop live entertainment and a cause that hits home for all. Admission free to the public. 1-6 p.m.

Please check the events’ websites for the latest information about possible date changes or cancellations due to the coronavirus.

Antique Fire Engine Muster and Open House Aug. 22 Volunteer Fireman’s Hall and Museum 265 Fair St., Kingston 845-331-4481

kingstonvolunteerfiremensmuseum.weebly.com

Antique Fire Engine Muster and Open House. An event not to be missed, the muster is the annual fundraiser for the Volunteer Fireman’s Hall and Museum. More than 20 antique, vintage and new fire trucks will be on display with the museum’s two antique fire trucks, an 1845 hand pumper and two parade carriages. First floor is handicap accessible. 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

SEPTEMBER Taste of New Paltz Sept. 20

Ulster County Fairgrounds 249 Libertyville Road, New Paltz 845-255-0243

newpaltzchamber.org, tasteofnewpaltz.com

Hudson Valley food, wine and beer tastings, arts, crafts, live music and entertainment. A full day of family fun. 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

Northeast Blacksmiths Fall “Hammer-In” Sept. 25-27

Ashokan Center 477 Beaverkill Road, Olivebridge 845-687-7130 northeastblacksmiths.org

Blacksmithing Weekend: The 43rd year of demonstrations, hands-on teaching program, tool flea market. All skill levels welcome. Event is held every spring and fall. Admission fee, please preregister on our website. Accessible. WiFi.

AUGUST Saugerties Artists Studio Tour Aug. 7-9 302 Old Route 32, Saugerties 845-246-7493 saugertiesarttour.org

Discover the work of painters, furniture makers, sculptors, print makers, potters, photographers and mixed-media artists throughout the town of Saugerties. Individual and small groups per studio are welcome. Some studios are accessible. Friday, 5-7 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.

Arm-of-the-Sea Theater’s Esopus Creek Puppet Suite Aug. 14-16

Tina Chorvas Waterfront Park 64 E. Bridge St., Saugerties 845-246-7873 armofthesea.org Outdoor music-theater spectacle is inspired by local history and features masked dancers, giant puppet figures and great music. 8 p.m. Accessible, child and group friendly.

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OCTOBER Heart of the Hudson Valley Bounty Festival Oct. 3. Rain date: Oct.4 Cluett Schantz Memorial Park 1801-1805 Route 9W, Milton 845-616-7824 hvbountyfestival.com; meetmeinmarlborough.com

A fun-filled event showcasing agricultural heritage and businesses making up the beautiful Hudson Valley. Local restaurants, farmers’ market, wineries, crafts, businesses, entertainment, kids’ activities and fun for everyone. 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Stockade Faire Oct 3. 11 a.m.-10 p.m.

North Front Street and Wall Street Kingston 845-514-2300 Facebook: Stockadefaire

The Stockade businesses hold their third community driven street fair. North Front Street and Wall Street will be transformed into an autumnal shopping themed block party with bands and world-famous DJs.

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Forsyth Nature Center Fall Festival Oct. 4 157 Lucas Ave., Kingston 845-339-3053 forsythnaturecenter.org

Food, games, children’s rides, entertainment and zoo. Accessible. Child and group friendly. WiFi. 11 a.m.-4 p.m.

Eighteenth Century Autumn Festival Oct. 17 Senate House State Historic Site 296 Fair St., Kingston 845-338-2786 nysparks.com

Demonstrations of meat smoking, hearthside cooking. Hands-on activities of pressing apples into cider, dipping candles, 18th-century toys and games. Free. 11 a.m.-3 p.m.

Hurley Heritage Day Oct. 18. 11 a.m.-4 p.m.

Hurley Heritage Society Museum 52 Main St., Hurley 845-338-1661 hurleyheritagesociety.org

Hurley Heritage Day is a celebration of the town’s unique 358-year history, culture and people. Featuring live music, food – including the famous Hurley corn chowder – and special heritage exhibitions. Local artists and makers. Children’s activities.

Burning of Kingston “Capital to Capital Run” Oct. 18 Senate House, Kingston 845-481-4550 capitaltocapitalrun.com

The “Capital to Capital Run” is a commemorative 5k run between Kingston and the town of Hurley, tracing the trail of colonial refugees fleeing the British soldiers who burned the city down during the American Revolutionary War in 1777. Starting at the Senate House (the first New York State capital) in uptown Kingston and finishing at the Van Deusen House on Main Street in Hurley (where the capital was moved), the run is both a family fun run as well as timed for running enthusiasts. Runners will be greeted in Hurley with the annual Hurley Heritage Day. Registration at 9 a.m. at the Senate House, kickoff at 10 a.m.

Woodstock Invitational Luthiers Showcase Oct. 23-25 Bearsville Theater/Utopia Soundstage 291 Tinker St., Woodstock 845-389-9247 woodstockinvitational.com

The Woodstock Invitational Luthiers Showcase is an annual acoustic guitar festival for the community of acoustic stringed-instrument builders, players, collectors and aficionados, presenting a gathering of the finest handmade acoustic guitars and stringed musical instruments from around the world.


Events

Rosendale International Pickle Festival Nov. 22 Rosendale Recreation Center 1055 Route 32, Rosendale 845-204-8827 rosendalepicklefestival.org

Cultures of many countries are represented with food and music. Vendors offer a variety of wares. Contests, prizes and plenty of pickles. Accessible. ATM available. Always Sunday before Thanksgiving. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Admission: $5; Children ages12 and under, free.

Family of New Paltz Turkey Trot Nov. 26 Water Street Market 10 Main St., New Paltz 845-255-7957

newpaltzturkeytrot.com

The Family of New Paltz Turkey Trot is a 5K run and walk held annually Thanksgiving morning to support Family of New Paltz’s Food Pantry and Crisis Services. Registration 8 a.m. Races 9-11 a.m. Family friendly.

DECEMBER The Wawarsing Wassail Dec. 4-6 Wawarsing 845-647-4620 ewcoc.com

Celebrate the holidays in the village of Ellenville and town of Wawarsing. Features the 5K-ish Holiday Hustle Run/Walk, Holiday Market and the Joshua R. Peters Memorial Electric Firetruck Parade Dec. 7, 5 p.m.

Catskill Conquest Rally Commemorating the 1903 Automobile Endurance Run Sept. 26 Maurice D. Hinchey Catskills Visitor Center 5096 Route 28, Mount Tremper 1903autorun.com

A noncompetitive tour open to all vintages. Travel a 75-mile section of the historic route of the 1903 Automobile Endurance Run up the Catskill Mountains Scenic Byway and beyond. Starts 9 a.m. at the Maurice D. Hinchey Catskills Visitor Center. Register online.

Hurley Ghost Walk Oct. 30 11 Main St., Hurley 845-338-1661

hurleyheritagesociety.org

A one-of-a-kind experience. Actors faithfully depict people and events from the 17th and 18th centuries, many of whom are interred in Hurley’s Old Burial Ground. Not recommended for young children. Admission fee.

NOVEMBER Wreath Fineries at the Wineries Nov. 21-22. (Also Dec. 5-6, 12-13)

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Ulster County 845-256-8456 gunkswine.com

Receive a souvenir wine glass, grapevine wreath, an ornament and wine tastings at your starting winery, then receive an ornament and wine tastings at the remaining wineries on the Shawangunk Wine Trail.

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Recreation U

lster County sports a renegade brand of recreation that constantly innovates new ways to have fun. Put some power in your pedal and explore the Catskill Mountains with Rail Explorers, a traveler favorite that puts bike to railroad track. The route takes you close to the all-new Ashokan Rail Trail, which give hikers, bikers, skiers and snowshoers 11.5 more miles of year-round reasons to love the Ashokan Reservoir. Of course, beloved standbys – from boat cruises and rock climbing, to windsurfing and fishing – are always at the ready to thrill and delight.

Rail Explorers, Phoenicia

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BIKING 15 Main St., New Paltz 845-255-3859 bicycledepot.com

Rentals, sales and service. Open Wednesdays-Mondays.

Gotham Bicycle Tours

OSI River-to-Ridge Trailhead Parking Lot 44 Springtown Road, New Paltz 845-594-6353 npbiking.com

Located on the scenic River-to-Ridge Trail in New Paltz. Offering bike rentals for the entire family with easy online booking, drop-off services and group rates.

4380 Vireo Ave., 5S, Bronx 917-748-1119

New Paltz BMX

See the beauty of the Hudson All-inclusive Valley with an all-inclusive bike and bike tour package, featuring tasting tours tastings at local wineries and distilleries. Offering day rides or overnight tours with concierge-level support that takes care of the details. All rides meet Metro-North trains with discount rail fare also available.

newpaltzbmx.org

Happy Trails Bike Rental

Sales, service and rental bicycle shop located in the heart of Woodstock. Family-friendly and professional. Fat bike and snowshoe rental during the winter months. Open year-round. Wednesday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sunday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.; closed Tuesdays. Child, pet and group friendly. Free WiFi.

gothambiketours.com

310 River Road Extension, New Paltz 917-443-3600 happytrailsbikerental.com

A bike rental service located right on the scenic Wallkill Valley Rail Trail, between New Paltz and Kingston. Renting a gorgeous, comfortable Biria bike will be the highlight of your summer. Pedal across the famous Rosendale trestle bridge, admire the views, and then glide into the woods. Grab some food at the Rail Trail Cafe. Saturdays and Sundays, noon – dark. Earlier by appointment. Weekdays by appointment. Every nice-weather weekend. Open holidays, weather permitting. Call for fees. All skill levels.

Indoor Cycling Center at The Bicycle Rack

1 Clearwater Road, New Paltz 845-255-1269 (May-November)

A fun-filled, action-packed bicycle race program for the entire family. If you can ride a bike, you can race BMX. Open May-November.

Overlook Bicycles

93 Tinker St., Woodstock 845-679-2122 overlookbicycles.com

TRT Bicycles

1066 Route 32, Rosendale 845-658-7832 trtbicycles.com

Bicycle rentals, sales, service and tours. Open year-round. March-September: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. October-February: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.

13 N. Front St., New Paltz 845-255-1770

Woodstock Harley-Davidson

A place to ride your bicycle indoors during cold or inclement weather from Nov. 1-April 1. Ride by yourself, with another or ride with a group, for fun or competition. Also offering bicycle sales and service. One block from the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail.

woodstockharley.com

thebicyclerack.com

Kingston Cyclery

949 Route 28, Kingston 855-RIDE WHD or 845-338-2800

Woodstock Harley-Davidson takes pride in being responsible for introducing customers to the exciting world of touring, cruising and sport motorcycling. Offers the most welcoming and professionally trained staff in the Hudson Valley.

985 Morton Blvd., Kingston 845-382-2453

BOAT RENTALS/KAYAKING

A full-service bike shop that has been open since 1973 offering sales, service, rentals and classes. Open Tuesday-Friday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Summer hours increase.

944 State Route 213, Kingston 845-750-6538

kingstoncyclery.com

Kingston Point BMX

4 Delaware Ave., Kingston 845-339-0618 (seasonal) usabmx.com/tracks/1238

One of the oldest BMX facilities in the Northeast. A USA BMX-sanctioned track. Challenging, fun and safe for riders of all ages and skill levels. Open May-November.

Lightsey Cycles

133 Main St., Gardiner 845-255-0888 lightseycycles.com

Bike sales, rentals, repairs and equipment for everyone from the recreational rider to the serious mountain biker. Seasonal hours.

Mid-Hudson Bicycle Club Various locations Ulster County 845-204-8332

midhudsonbicycleclub.com

Organized bicycle rides of various speeds and distances. Rides begin at various locations throughout Ulster County and the surrounding area. Please visit the website for more details on membership and scheduled rides.

A Day Away Kayak Rentals takeadayaway.net

A paddle sport livery located on the south end of Rondout Creek in Kingston. Single-seat kayaks, tandem kayaks, canoes, electric boat rentals and stand-up paddle boards are available at hourly and daily rates. Rentals and lessons. Open April-October, 9 a.m.-6:30 p.m.

Atlantic Kayak Tours

City of Kingston Kayak Tours and Lessons 53 Delaware Ave., Kingston 845-481-7336

kingston-ny.gov; kingstonparksandrec.org

Join the city of Kingston’s Parks and Recreation team for guided nature-oriented kayak tours and lessons on the Hudson River and Rondout Creek. Frequent sightings include bald eagles, osprey, turtles and much more. Guided paddles are offered June-September. Register online or call for full schedule.

I Paddle New York

61 S. Partition St., Saugerties 845-532-7797 ipaddlenewyork.com

Kayak and paddleboard rentals. Guided kayak tours. Discover Cantine Falls, Saugerties Lighthouse, Esopus Bend Nature Preserve, abundant wildlife and stunning sunsets. ACA certified. Beginners encouraged and welcome. Accessible, child and group friendly. By reservation. Open May 1-Oct. 31.

KENCO, the Work and Play Outfitter 1000 Hurley Mountain Road, Kingston 845-340-0552 atkenco.com

Daily rentals of snowshoes, recreational kayaks, touring and tandem kayaks and canoes include paddles, life jackets and cartop carriers. All your outdoor needs under one roof. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. WiFi. Rentals from May-September. Store is open year-round, daily.

Kenneth L. Wilson Campground and Day Use Area 859 Wittenberg Road, Mount Tremper 845-679-7020 (S), 845-256-3079 (P) dec.ny.gov/outdoor/24472.html

Boat rentals, accessible fishing pier, hiking, accessible nature trail, accessible launching site, horseshoe pits, picnic tables and rental pavilion. Tent and RV sites (no electrical hook-ups). Open mid-May through Columbus Day.

New Paltz Kayaking

Sojourner Truth Park 31 Plains Road, New Paltz 845-594-6353 npkayaking.com

Located on the scenic Wallkill River in New Paltz. Offering kayak and canoe rentals for the entire family with easy online booking, drop-off services and group rates.

New Ulster Marine

440 Abeel St., Kingston 845-430-1455 newulstermarina.com

New Ulster Marine offers 1,000 running feet of water frontage with floating docks, ramp and winter storage. Rent a boat slip, kayak or canoe or have your special event or occasion along the Rondout Creek. Open 24 hours a day, April-October.

320 W. Saugerties Road, Saugerties 845-246-2187

Saugerties Marina

Kayak tours, sales and instruction on the Hudson River. Open May-October, hours variable.

saugertiesmarina.com

atlantickayaktours.com

Belleayre Beach at Pine Hill Lake 33 Friendship Manor Road, Pine Hill 845-254-5202 belleayre.com

Lake, swimming, boating, rowing/pedal boats, fishing and hiking. Beach and picnic area, pavilions and snack bar. Rent or bring your own canoe/kayak. Accessible. Call for groups of 20 or more. Open Memorial Day-Labor Day, Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; weekends, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.

Online booking and drop-off available

24 Ferry St., Saugerties 845-246-7533

Sales, service, motorboat, kayak and canoe rentals, ship’s store, transient slips, dock use, local and long distance transportation. Hudson River tours. Year-round. Summer, 9 a.m.-9 p.m.; winter, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Saugerties Steamboat Co. 2 Ferry St., Saugerties 845-247-3146

saugertiessteamboatco.com

Full-service special event venue and recreational oasis. Dockage available. Kayak and paddleboard rental available.

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Bicycle Depot

New Paltz Biking


The Gumbo

Broadway, Kingston City Marina, C Dock, Kingston 845-283-1383 thegumbocharterboat.com

A 50-foot former shrimping boat converted to a beautiful live-on vessel. Cruises on the scenic Hudson River with amazing views from the large flybridge atop the boat and comfortable bow area. Bring your favorite beverage and anything to throw on the grill. One to six people.

Tivoli Sailing

Rondout Landing, Kingston 800-843-7472, 845-340-4700

BOAT RIDES AND CHARTERS

mohonkpreserve.org

Lands open daily. Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, conditions permitting. Occasionally groomed trails. Day fee for non-members. Accessible, child and group friendly.

DOWNHILL SKIING/ SNOWBOARDING Belleayre Mountain

Sailing in the Hudson Valley is some of the most beautiful river sailing in the world. Number one on Trip Advisor. Sailing the Hudson River with Tivoli Sailing company explores the joys of sailing on the mid-Hudson River Valley between Kingston, Rhinecliff and Saugerties, making it possible for all to enjoy sailing the Hudson Valley. May-October. 8 a.m.-10 p.m. Child, pet and group friendly.

belleayre.com

hudsonrivercruises.com

Tour and explore the majestic Hudson River on a fantastic two-hour sightseeing cruise aboard the M/V Rip Van Winkle II. Top-rated tour in the Hudson River Valley. Historical narration. Full-service beverage and snack bar. Daytime sightseeing, evening music cruises and seasonal dinner cruises. Private charters and events available. Limited accessibility, child and group friendly.

3197 Route 44, Gardiner 845-255-0919

Ole Savannah, 100 East Strand St., Kingston 845-901-2697 tivolisailing.com

Hudson River Cruises

Mohonk Preserve

181 Galli Curci Road, Highmount 800-942-6904, 845-254-5600

SnowEast Reader Survey for “Overall Favorite Eastern Resorts.” Fifty trails, glades and parks with varied terrain for beginner to expert skiiers and snowboarders. No. 1 classic resort. Ranked No. 1 in New York for best grooming and snow. Accessible, child and group friendly. WiFi. Catskill Mountains’ only gondola.

BOWLING

FISHING

Kingston Lanes

Big Indian Guide Service with Hank Rope

644 E. Chester St., Kingston 845-338-1414 patelskingstonlanes.com

Family recreation center with bowling, laser tag, redemption arcade, lounge and snack bar. Bowling leagues. Open year-round, daily, noon-10 p.m.

Saugerties Bowlers Club 9 Simmons Plaza, Saugerties 845-246-4969

Big Indian 845-254-5904

Guided fishing trips and fly fishing instruction.

Catskill Mountain Angler 346 Route 214, Chichester 845-688-5400 catskillmountainangler.com

Black Swan Sailing

Facebook: Saugerties Bowlers Club, Saugerties

A bowling center offering 20 lanes.

blackswansailing.com

Fly fishing instruction and guiding services in the Catskill Mountains. Solid advice from knowledgeable, experienced and friendly people. Half-day or full-day guide trips available. Child, pet and group friendly. Open during fishing season, April 1-Nov. 30.

CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING/ SNOWSHOEING

Esopus Creel

Belleayre Mountain

esopuscreel.com

Abeel Street, Kingston 845-542-SAIL (7245)

USCG-licensed Captain Robert Henderson and crew sail the Black Swan, a 36-foot Catalina sailboat, on the Hudson River. Up to six guests. Serving Saugerties and Kingston area. Open May-October, daily, weekday evening sails and weekend all hours.

Hudson Sailing

1 Broadway, Kingston 845-667-1394 hudsonsailing.com

Excursions and instruction aboard Cirrus, a 28foot trimaran. Cirrus is fast, comfortable and safe. Accommodates up to six passengers. All excursions are captained by Dan Feldman, a U.S. Coast Guard-licensed captain. Departs from the Rondout Creek. May-November, daily, 9 a.m.-10 p.m.

Ophira Sailing

Rondout Yacht Basin, 102 First St., Connelly 518-729-7720 ophirasailing.com

Sailing cruises. Romantic, adventuresome and historic experiences on the Hudson River. Open May-October. Child, pet and group friendly.

Osprey Marine Ltd.

12 Butterville Road, New Paltz 845-633-8516, 845-594-1098 (cell) ospreymarine.com

181 Galli Curci Road, Highmount 800-942-6904, 845-254-6254 for lessons

Five cross-country trails ranging from easy to difficult totaling 9.2 km. No trail use fee. Cross-country trails open based on natural snow conditions and separated from downhill slopes. Private lessons available weekends and holiday periods with advance registration.

First-timer or experienced angler? Either way, you’ll experience an incredible day of fly fishing on the pristine waters of the Catskill Mountains. Crash course for first-timers takes a little over an hour of trip time, depending on the number of participants. Half-day trips are available with a morning or afternoon departure. Morning time slot starts at 9 a.m. Evening time slot starts around 2 p.m. or later if we’re aiming to fish the end of day catch.

Frost Valley YMCA

Fly Fishing With Bert

frostvalley.org

flyfishwithbert.com

belleayre.com

2000 Frost Valley Road, Claryville 845-985-2291

Fly fishing school and guide service on Catskill trout streams. Private lessons, group and corporate classes. April-November. Child and group friendly.

Minnewaska State Park Preserve

Stone Ridge 845-657-9522, 845-663-4291 (cell)

Route 44/55, New Paltz 845-255-0752 parks.ny.gov

Located in the dramatic Shawangunk Mountains. No pets. Open 9 a.m. Call for current ski conditions.

Mohonk Mountain House

Saugerties Marina

Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing on 35 miles of groomed trails. Weather permitting. Child and group friendly. WiFi.

saugertiesmarina.com

Sales, service, motorboat, kayak and canoe rentals, ship’s store, transient slips, dock use, local and long distance transportation. Hudson River tours. Year-round. Summer, 9 a.m.-9 p.m.; winter, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

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P.O. Box 153, Tillson 845 235-4557

Thirty-five kilometers of groomed cross-country ski and hiking trails in the heart of the Catskill Mountains. Open weekends, weather-dependent. Check website for hours and open trails.

Offering sailing charters and lessons out of the Rondout Creek in Kingston aboard a 40-foot Beneteau Osprey. Six people maximum. By appointment. Group friendly. Open May 15-Nov. 1. 24 Ferry St., Saugerties 845-246-7533

5579 State Route 28, Phoenicia 845-303-9466

1000 Mountain Rest Road, New Paltz 866-966-0348 mohonk.com

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35 miles of kid-friendly cross-country skiing trails

Ray Ottulich’s Wildfish Angler Fly fishing guide service: Catskill trout and smallmouth, Hudson stripers. Drift boat float trips. Neversink River, Hudson River, Esopus and Rondout Creeks. Beginner instruction. Groups up to four people. Child friendly. Year-round.

GUIDE SERVICES Alpine Endeavors

P.O. Box 291, Rosendale 877-486-5769 alpineendeavors.com

Professional instruction and custom guided trips: rock and ice climbing, mountaineering, hiking, snowshoeing and backpacking in Shawangunk and Catskill Mountains. AMGA-certified guides and accredited program. All abilities. Open year-round by appointment only.


Northeast Off-Road Adventures

Easy hike to campsite, tower and views of the Catskill Mountains, Ashokan Reservoir, Mohonk Mountain House and more. Pets allowed, but call first. Open year-round, daily, by appointment. Five-minute walk through woods from parking lot to the tower.

nora4x4.com

1451 Route 28A, West Hurley 845-331-1214

Catskill Country Walks Woodstock 914-482-5771

catskillcountrywalks.com

Guided history and nature walks and hikes Themed history, in the Catskills and the culture and nature Hudson Valley. Dutch guided walks history, Hudson River School artists, original hotels, Ashokan Reservoir and more. New York State-licensed outdoor guide. Marriage officiant performs weddings in the woods. Accessible. Child, pet and group friendly.

Eastern Mountain Sports Climbing School

Tempaloni Road, Ellenville 845-514-9896

Off-road

obstacle Low speed, off-road driving courses instruction and rentals with I4 WDTA-certified instructors and experienced trail guides leading students through miles of pristine driving trails and obstacles at the 75-acre mountaintop facility.

Bicycle rentals, sales, service and tours. Open year-round. March-September: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. October-February: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.

77 Hang Glider Road, Ellenville 845-647-3377

Hang gliding instruction, sales, rides and fun. The pro shop offers a complete retail store for all your hang gliding needs. View website for exhilarating views from the “Hang Gliding Capital of the Northeast.”

Forsyth Nature Center’s Guided Programs

Skydive The Ranch

45 Sand Hill Road, Gardiner 845-255-4033 skydivetheranch.com

Guide services include kayaking, bird walks in the Kingston area and surrounding community. Snowshoeing, full moon hikes, maple sugaring, nature hikes and education programs at the Forsyth Nature Center and other city parks. All programs are offered on a seasonal basis. Call to reserve.

Open for first-time jump students and experienced jumpers. Large fleet of turbine-powered aircrafts available. Group friendly. WiFi. Open weekends in November, December and March; daily, April-October. Weekdays, 10 a.m.-sunset; weekends, 8 a.m.-sunset.

Four Points

The Blue Sky Ranch

Mohonk Preserve 3197 Route 44/55, Gardiner 800-777-2546 high-xposure.com

Rock climbing specialists since 1974, this premier guide service and school offers climbing from beginner to advanced. Accommodating individuals as well as corporate groups, camps, scouts and outdoor clubs.

Hike New York Ulster County 210-724-9611 hikeny.com

Guided hikes and nature tours in the Hudson Valley and Catskills. Hike, paddle and play on your next getaway. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. Open daily, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

45 Sand Hill Road, Gardiner 845-255-9538, 845-255-4033 (school) theblueskyranch.com

30 Cherrytown Road, Kerhonkson 845-626-7345 pineridgeduderanch.com

Enjoy a day-long treat in the country with day guest and ride-only passes available at this family-friendly resort nestled in the Catskill Mountains. Accessible, child and group friendly. WiFi.

Rocking Horse Ranch Resort

HORSEBACK RIDING

rockinghorseranch.com

Ashokan Horseback Riding and Woodstock (Swords) Fencing Club 363 Beaverkill Road, Olivebridge 845-657-8021 ashokan.com

Enjoy the harmonious relationship between horse and rider, nature and horses. Learn to fence. By appointment only. Call for reservations. Open year-round. Child friendly and groups by appointment.

Braden Brook Stables

19 Mountaindale Road, Greenfield Park 845-647-7556 bradenbrook.com

Mountain Skills Climbing Guides mountainskills.biz

Flying Change Farm

Guided rock climbing, ice climbing and hiking in the Shawangunk and Catskill Mountains. Fully-insured and AMGA accredited. Open year-round.

Pine Ridge Dude Ranch

Skydiving center. Large fleet of turbine aircraft. Instruction available. Group friendly. Free WiFi. Open weekends, November, December and March; daily, April-October. Weekdays, 10 a.m.-sunset; weekends, 8 a.m.-sunset.

Horseback riding stables, trail rides, pony rides and lessons. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. Open to the public year-round seven days a week.

New Paltz 845-853-5450

mohonk.com

HANG GLIDING/ULTRA LIGHT/ SKYDIVING

mtnwings.com

HighXposure Adventures

Mohonk Mountain House

Trail and carriage rides through 1,200 historic acres. Reservations required. Child and group friendly. WiFi.

Rock and ice climbing school and guide service. Instruction at all levels. Full-service retail tech shop. Open year-round, daily, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.

Four Points blends outdoor guiding with therapeutic recreation by connecting all ages and abilities to nature. Typical outings include kayaking, canoeing, hiking, survival skills and snowshoeing. Weekends by appointment. Year-round.

HorsePlay guides observations of horses and activities with them. Team building for couples, families, clubs and corporate groups. No riding involved and no horse experience is necessary.

trtbicycles.com

1066 Route 32, Rosendale 845-658-7832

emsoutdoors.com

27 Flanders Lane, West Hurley 518-321-5115

hudsonvalleyhorseplay.com

1000 Mountain Rest Road, New Paltz 866-966-0348

Mountain Wings

kingstonparksandrec.org

98 Sherman Road, Kerhonkson 845-616-3608

TRT Bicycles

New Paltz (GUNKS) Climbing School 3124 Route 44/55, Gardiner 800-310-4504; 845-255-3280

157 Lucas Ave., Kingston 845-339-3053, 845-481-7336 (programs)

Hudson Valley HorsePlay

Recreation

Barry Knight Interpretive Walks

235 Airport Road, Accord 845-626-0020 flyingchangefarmllc.com

600 Route 44/55, Highland 800-647-2624, 845-691-2927

Horse adventures are only the beginning of family fun at this four-season, all-inclusive resort. Enjoy horseback riding for all ages, horse-drawn wagon rides, Big Splash Indoor Water Park, Winter Fun Park, Mountain Tubing, delicious meals, nightly entertainment and more, all included in an overnight stay.

Rockmount Equestrian Center 825 Churchland Court, Saugerties 845-458-1629 rockmountequestrian.com

Horseback riding lessons, horseback riding camp and trail riding. By appointment only. Open year-round.

Rustic Ridge View Farm

15 Old Queens Highway, Kerhonkson 203-858-3634 rusticridgeview.com

Rustic wedding venue, Gunks climbing accommodations and full-capacity horse facility. Experienced trainers for all levels of ability and all ages. A safe, respectful and fun relationship between rider and horse and instructor is encouraged.

Quaint family farm offering riding lessons and summer camps. Specializes in developing a perfect learning environment for beginners and intermediate level riders. Open every day 9 a.m.-5 p.m. ulstercountyalive.com

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Book an unforgettable getaway, dining, or day spa visit. 866.966.0348 | mohonk.com | New Paltz, NY

Ulster County Horse Council

INDOOR/OUTDOOR RECREATION

uchc-ny.org

Accord Speedway

New Paltz 845-494-4839

Nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving, promoting and improving Ulster County’s overall equine environment. Part of the State Horse Council. Sponsors horse shows, trail rides, educational programs and more. See website for events.

ICE SKATING Kiwanis Ice Arena

Cantine Veterans Memorial Complex Washington Avenue Extension Saugerties 845-247-2590, ext. 300 kiwanisicearena.com

Fully-enclosed, refrigerated ice rink facility. Private and public sessions, figure skating, ice dance, instructions. Ice season is through May 10, daily. Off-ice training room, meeting rooms. Open year-round. Birthday and group parties/outings. Accessible, child and group friendly. WIFI.

Mohonk Mountain House, Ice Skating Pavilion

1000 Mountain Rest Road, New Paltz 866-966-0348 mohonk.com

Ice skating in a Victorian open-air pavilion located at a National Historic Landmark Resort. Accessible, child and group friendly. WiFi.

Stoeckeler Memorial Park and Golf Club 38 Nevele Road, Ellenville 845-647-7080 x306

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Snow tubing, ice skating, skate rentals. Open Saturday 10 a.m.-noon; Sundays and holidays,1-4 p.m. Child and group friendly.

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299 Whitfield Road, Accord 845-626-3478 accordspeedway.com

Quarter-mile oval dirt racetrack putting on stock, modified and sportsman cars every Friday from April-October. Special events throughout the season.

Cantine Veterans Sports Complex

Washington Avenue Extension, Saugerties 845-246-5890, ext. 309 saugerties.ny.us

A 127-acre sports complex featuring many year-round recreational services and amenities, including baseball/softball fields, soccer fields, fully-enclosed refrigerated ice arena, skate park, playgrounds, pavilions, trails and senior citizens multi-purpose center. Accessible, child and group friendly. Home to the Saugerties Stallions collegiate summer league baseball team. WiFi.

Dietz Stadium

170 N. Front St., Kingston 845-331-4788

Est. 1869

HITS-on-the-Hudson Show Jumping Facility

545 Washington Ave., Extension, Saugerties 845-246-8833 (office) 845-246-5515 (during shows) hitsshows.com

Stop in Saugerties – New York State Thruway Exit 20 - for international, Olympic-level equestrian horse shows. Sit front row and watch the world’s top riders jump over six-foot fences for a chance at big prize purses. Events take place select weeks May through September, Wednesday through Sunday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Enjoy a day of free family fun at the Northeast’s most impressive horse park. Accessible. Child, group and pet friendly. WiFi.

Hudson Valley Sportsdome 240 Milton Turnpike, Milton 845-795-5220

hudsonvalleysportsdome.com

An 87,000-square-foot arena with turf for indoor field sports. Youth and adult leagues and tournaments. Soccer, flag football, lacrosse and field hockey. Field rentals, corporate and special events. Ten acres of lawns for festivals, craft fairs and concerts. Open year-round. Accessible, child and group friendly. WiFi.

Sports complex in uptown Kingston with outdoor field, seating and track. Home to Kingston Stockade Football Club, a semi-professional soccer team; Hudson Valley Buccaneers, a semi-professional football team and Kingston High School football team.

Indoor Cycling Center at The Bicycle Rack

Headless Horseman Escape Rooms

A place to ride your bicycle indoors during cold or inclement weather from Nov. 1-April 1. Ride by yourself, with another or ride with a group, for fun or competition. Also offering bicycle sales and service. One block from the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail.

778 Broadway (Route 9W), Ulster Park 845-339-2666 headlesshorsemanescaperooms.com

One of the “Top 13 Escape Rooms in America.” A fully-interactive and immersive experience with only 60 minutes to escape from a themed room. Recommended ages 11 and above. Sept. 19-Nov. 1 or by appointment. Open select Saturdays during the summer. Accessible. Group friendly.

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13 N. Front St., New Paltz 845-255-1770 thebicyclerack.com


Kingston Stockade Football Club

New Ulster Marine

Puttin’ Plus

stockadefc.com

newulstermarina.com

puttinplus.com

Semi-professional soccer based in Kingston that competes in the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL, Fourth Division). Home games are at Dietz Stadium, May-July.

Safeshoot

440 Abeel St., Kingston 845-430-1455

New Ulster Marine offers 1,000 running feet of water frontage with floating docks, ramp and winter storage. Rent a boat slip, kayak or canoe, or have your special event or occasion along the Rondout Creek. Open 24 hours a day, April-October.

10 Kieffer Lane, Kingston 845-443-7727

Rondout Yacht Basin

Shooting sports complex. Check website for days and hours of operation.

rondoutyachtbasin.com

safeshootny.com

Saugerties Stallions

Cantine Field Washington Avenue Extension, Saugerties 845-707-0265 saugertiesstallions.com

Summer collegiate baseball team competing in the 13-team Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League. Each summer, college-eligible players come to Saugerties from various DI, DII, DIII and junior colleges across the country to compete in a high-level summer baseball league. Home games take place at Cantine Field, June-July.

102 First St., Connelly 845-331-7061

A full-service marina including a canvas shop. Open April-November, Sunday-Thursday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. WiFi.

455 Washington Ave., Saugerties 845-246-4501

Mini-golf, go-kart track, batting cages, laser/water tag and arcade. April-September. Call for spring and fall hours. Child and group friendly.

The Sports Cone

180 Sawkill Road, Kingston 845-331-2545 thesportscone.com

Mini-golf, batting cages, go-carts and ice cream. Just 1 mile from New York State Thruway Exit 19. Visit the expanded café. Open mid-March to November.

PAINTBALL

Saugerties Marina

Action Paintball

saugertiesmarina.com

hvactionpaintball.com

24 Ferry St., Saugerties 845-246-7533

Sales, service, motorboat, kayak and canoe rentals, ship’s store, transient slips, dock use, local and long distance transportation. Hudson River tours. Year-round. Summer, 9 a.m.-9 p.m.; winter, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

365 Broadway (Route 9W), Ulster Park 845-331-9680

Full-service six-acre paintball park featuring woodsball field, PSP X-Ball field, compressed air (3500, 4500 PSI), CO2 and picnic area. Great for birthday, bachelor, corporate and team building events. Open seasonally, weather permitting.

Wood ‘N Wheel Family Fun Center

Saugerties Steamboat Co.

Paintball Sports NY

woodnwheel.com

saugertiessteamboatco.com

paintballsportsny.com

365 Route 9W, Ulster Park 845-331-9680

Family fun center featuring roller/inline skating, laser tag, bumper cars, spaceball ride, arcade, indoor and outdoor rock climbing walls, outdoor bungee trampoline, new year-round outdoor tubing and more. Open year-round for parties and the public.

2 Ferry St., Saugerties 914-466-8954

230 Camp Sunset Road, Clintondale 845-691-1979

Paintball park with 16 wooded and themed fields. Experienced referees, free air refills, rental gear and picnic area. Birthdays, bachelor parties and team building. Year-round by reservation. See website for hours of operation and reservations.

MARINAS

Full-service special event venue and recreational oasis. Dockage available. Kayak and paddleboard rental available. Rustic, nautical-inspired setting for weddings and private events. Also on-site, Saugerties Harbor Restaurant offers traditional American cuisine. Open Wednesday-Sunday, 4-9 p.m. and for brunch Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. during spring and summer.

Anchorage Marina & Restaurant

West Shore Marine

Advanced Rockcraft

anchorageeddyville55.com

westshoremarine.info

advancedrockcraft.com

182 Canal St., Kingston 845-338-9899

Located across from the first lock of the D&H Canal. Restaurant is open year-round, closed Mondays. Serving dinner Tuesday and Wednesday 5-9 p.m., Thursday-Saturday, 5-9:30 p.m. and Sunday 4-8 p.m. Child and group friendly. WiFi.

Hideaway Marina

170 Abeel St., Kingston 845-331-4565 Launch ramp. Pump out. A 35-ton boat lift. Summer and winter storage. April-November, daily, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

140 Dock Road, Marlboro 845-236-4486

Marina, boat sales and service. Gas and diesel. Boat launch. Open year-round. Call for hours.

MINIATURE GOLF Ascot Park Golf Center 163 Esopus Ave., Kingston 845-339-6395

Recreation

Dietz Stadium 170 N. Front St., Kingston

ROCK CLIMBING Gardiner 845-663-7391

A guiding service that exists to deliver fun, confidence and competence to all climbers. Certified, licensed, insured and permitted.

Alpine Endeavors P.O. Box 291 Rosendale 877-486-5769

alpineendeavors.com

Year-round high adventure in the Catskills

Facebook: Ascot Park Driving Range/Miniature Golf, Kingston

Professional instruction and custom guided trips: rock and ice climbing, mountaineering, hiking, snowshoeing and backpacking in Shawangunk and Catskill Mountains. AMGA-certified guides and accredited program. All abilities. Open year-round by appointment only. Child and group friendly.

Specializes in short haul and mast stepping. Full-service repairs, engines (gas/diesel), fiberglass. Transit and seasonal rates. Winter storage. March-December.

Homegrown Mini-Golf at Kelder’s Farm

BC’s New Paltz Climbing Gym

Kingston City Marina

keldersfarm.com

Jeff’s Yacht Haven 140 First St., Connelly 845-331-9248 jeffsyachthaven.com

1 Broadway, Kingston 845-331-6940

kingstoncitymarina.com

Full-service marina at the foot of Broadway on the historic Rondout. Walk to area restaurants and shops. Hourly, transient and seasonal slips available. Reserve early for best party on the Rondout. Open from May 1-Oct. 31. Hours: 8 a.m.-8 p.m.

Lou’s Boat Basin

944 Abeel St., Kingston 845-331-4670 lousboatbasin.com

Marina, kayak rentals, ship’s store, boat ramp, non-ethanol fuel. Open April-November, daily, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Also boat storage.

Driving range, chipping range, putting green, miniature golf, golf professional, lessons and parties. Playground and volleyball area. Open April-October, 9 a.m.-dusk.

Kelder’s Farm 5755 Route 209, Kerhonkson 845-626-7137

Play miniature golf on the only farm-themed course with edible landscaping. Have fun and taste locally grown food. Accessible, child and group friendly. Open May-October, daily. Home of the world’s largest garden gnome.

Lakeside Licks Ice Cream and Mini-Golf 288 Route 299, Highland 845-691-7080 lakesidelicks.com

Miniature golf and ice cream, breakfast and lunch. Call for hours.

234 Main St., New Paltz 845-255-ROCK (7625) bcclimbinggym.com

Indoor rock climbing gym, equipment rentals, youth program, team building. Group rates. Accessible, child friendly. WiFi. Open year-round.

Eastern Mountain Sports Climbing School

New Paltz (GUNKS) Climbing School 3124 Route 44/55, Gardiner 800-310-4504, ext. 2, 845-255-3280 emsoutdoors.com

Rock and ice climbing school and guide service. Instruction at all levels. Full-service retail tech shop. Open year-round, daily, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.

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HighXposure Adventures Mohonk Preserve 3197 Route 44/55, Gardiner 800-777-2546 high-xposure.com

Rock climbing specialists since 1974. A premier guide service and school, offering climbing from beginner to advanced. Accommodating individuals as well as corporate groups, camps, scouts and outdoor clubs. Accessible, child and group friendly.

Minnewaska State Park Preserve Route 44/55, New Paltz 845-255-0752 parks.ny.gov

Located in the Shawangunk Mountains. Hiking and rock climbing. Open April 1-Dec. 1 (weather permitting), 9 a.m. Call for closing times and fees.

Mohonk Preserve

3197 Route 44, Gardiner 845-255-0919 mohonkpreserve.org

Lands open daily. Rock climbing cliffs and bouldering. Day fee for non-members. Accessible, child and group friendly.

Mountain Skills Climbing Guides New Paltz 845-853-5450

mountainskills.biz

Guided rock climbing, ice climbing and hiking in the Shawangunk and Catskill Mountains. Fully-insured and AMGA accredited. Open year-round. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly.

ROLLER SKATING Neighborhood 209

5164 Route 209, Accord 845-626-7971 neighborhood209.com

Neighborhood 209 is a 30,000-square-foot, all-indoor family entertainment center offering roller skating, birthday parties and arcade. Great food, community programs, music events, meeting space, group rentals and more. Meeting/conference facilities for 300. Open year-round, Thursday-Sunday. Hours vary. Accessible. Child and group friendly. WiFi.

Hurley Recreation Association 50 Dewitt Mills Road, Hurley 845-338-9407 hurleyrec.org

A community association that offers seasonal memberships with recreational activities on a facility that contains two pools, two tennis courts, baseball field, basketball court, playground, two pavilions and hiking trails. Open June-Labor Day.

Kingston Point Beach

Delaware Avenue, Kingston 845-331-1682 kingston-ny.gov

Swimming, beach volleyball and kayaking in the Hudson. Playground and Pavilion. Fenced dog area across the road.

Minnewaska State Park Preserve Route 44/55, New Paltz 845-255-0752 parks.ny.gov

Located in the Shawangunk Mountains. Offering swimming, hiking, mountain biking, nature programs, rock climbing, horseback riding, boating, picnicking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and snowshoe rentals.

TOURS AND TRAILS Ashokan Reservoir

Two parking areas off Route 28A, Shokan 800-575-LAND nyc.gov/dep

More than 2 miles of paved walkways alongside one of the largest reservoirs in the New York City water supply system. Ashokan offers year-round, panoramic views of the Catskill Mountains with several information kiosks along the path that provide visitors with information about the nation’s largest water supply, local history, recreation and bald-eagle watching. No animals allowed. Accessible. Child and group friendly.

Balsam Lake Mountain Fire Tower Town of Hardenburgh, Ulster County 845-688-3369 catskillcenter.org/fire-tower-project

The 47-foot tower was erected in 1919 with Catskill high peak views. There is a 3-mile hiking trail from Mill Brook Road leading to the 3,723-foot summit. Cab at top of tower is open weekends and holidays, June–Columbus Day. Accessible year-round.

Moriello Park and Public Pool 32 Mulberry St., New Paltz 845-255-1700, 845-255-0604 townofnewpaltz.org/pool

Open Memorial Day-Labor Day, noon-7 p.m.

Saugerties Village Beach Partition Street, Saugerties 845-246-2321 village.saugerties.ny.us

Located on the Esopus Creek. A sand beach with swimming dock, playground area, fishing and picnic areas and slip for kayaks and fishing boats.

Sojourner Truth/Ulster Landing Park 916 Ulster Landing Road, Saugerties 845-336-8484 (after June-20) 845-340-7368 (main office)

Ashokan Rail Trail

Wood ‘N Wheel Family Fun Center

Swimming, beach, hiking trails, picnic/play area, pavilion. Boat launch area. Accessible. May-September. See website for specific dates and times.

ashokanrailtrail.com

woodnwheel.com

Ulster County Pool Complex

365 Route 9W, Ulster Park 845-331-9680

Family fun center featuring roller/inline skating, laser tag, bumper cars, spaceball ride, arcade, indoor and outdoor rock climbing walls, outdoor bungee, trampoline, new year-round outdoor tubing and more. Open year-round for parties and the public.

SWIMMING Andretta Pool

Joy’s Lane Kingston 845-481-7330, 845-338-2115 kingston-ny.gov

ulstercountyny.gov/public-works/ulster-landingcounty-park

241 Libertyville Road, New Paltz 845-255-7027, 845-340-3100 (main office) ulstercountyny.gov/public-works

The New Paltz pool complex features an Olympicsize swimming pool and two large kiddie pools. All three pools have lifeguards on duty at all times. Locker rooms and showers. Large pavilion. Spacious lawn area. Playground for children ages 8 and under. Snack bar. June-Labor Day. Accessible. Child and group friendly. See website for specific dates and times.

Total Tennis

Belleayre Beach at Pine Hill Lake

totaltennis.com

belleayre.com

Lake, swimming, boating, Bring your rowing/pedal boats, fishing and own kayak hiking. Beach and picnic area, or canoe pavilions and snack bar. Rent or bring your own canoe/kayak. Accessible and child friendly. WiFi. Call for groups of 20 or more. Open Memorial Day-Labor Day, Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; weekends, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.

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The Ashokan Rail Trail (ART) is an 11.5–mile recreational trail from Basin Road in West Hurley to Route 28A in Boiceville constructed by Ulster County. The ART is built upon the former Ulster & Delaware Railroad right-of-way and opens this corridor to the public without access permits for the first time in more than a century. Accessible. Child, pet (leashed) and group friendly. Open sunrise to sunset, year-round.

Belleayre Mountain

181 Galli Curci Road, Highmount 800-942-6904, 845-254-5600 belleayre.com

TENNIS

Family swimming, adult lap swimming, open swim time and youth swim lessons. 33 Friendship Manor Road, Pine Hill 845-254-5202

NYS Route 28 – West Hurley (Town of Hurley) to Boiceville (Town of Olive) West Hurley 845-340-3338

1811 Old Kings Highway, Saugerties 800-221-6496, 845-247-9177

A year-round facility featuring 11 red-clay, seven all-weather, two synthetic-clay and five indoor courts. Four paddle courts. Lessons. Open year-round, 7 a.m.-10 p.m. Accessible, child and group friendly. WiFi in all guest rooms.

Woodstock Tennis Club

1703 Sawkill Road, Woodstock 845-679-5900 woodstocktennis.com

Memberships. Private and group lessons for all levels. Stringing. Open tennis mixers Thursdays, 5:30 p.m.- dark. Drop in for a small fee. Junior Tennis Camp ages 6-16. Call for schedule and special event information.

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Elevations from 1,600 to 3,325 feet of varied terrain. Hike from the Belleayre Beach in Pine Hill or the Interpretive Adventure Trail. Accessible, child and group friendly. WiFi.

Black Creek Preserve

Winding Brook Road, (off Route 9W), Esopus 845-473-4440 scenichudson.org

This Scenic Hudson park features 130 acres with 2-mile wooded trail from suspension bridge above Black Creek to Hudson River. Hiking, fishing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing (ungroomed). Child, group and pet (leashed) friendly. Open year-round, dawn to dusk.


Five Locks Walk canalmuseum.org

Pedestrian-only National historic National Historic landmark. Walk along the Landmark towpath of the Delaware and Hudson Canal from Locks 16 to 20. No bicycles or horses. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. Open year-round, dawn to dusk.

Food & Farm Finder

1915 Lucas Ave., Cottekill 845-626-1532 rondoutvalleygrowers.org

Rondout Valley Growers Association created a colorful, categorized map to guide you to over 70 fruit, vegetable, nursery, seed, horse and livestock farms in the fertile, beautiful Rondout Valley. Available online or mailed on request.

Franny Reese State Park Catskill Mountain Railroad

Westbrook Lane Station, Kingston Plaza | 55 Plaza Road, Kingston 845-332-4854 catskillmountainrailroad.com

Fun train rides for the whole family in the historic Stockade District of Kingston. Special events include Easter, Thomas the Tank Engine, Fall Foliage and Pumpkin Trains and the Polar Express. Accessible. Child and group friendly.

Catskill Animal Sanctuary

316 Old Stage Road, Saugerties 845-336-8447 casanctuary.org

A haven for rescued farmed animals on 148 acres offering public tours on weekends from April-November and year-round tours to groups and members.

Catskill Forest Preserve

Dept. of Environmental Conservation 21 South Putt Corners Road, New Paltz 845-256-3083 dec.ny.gov/lands/4960.html

State-owned and maintained land within Catskill Park. Over 300,000 acres of forests with meadows, lakes, springs, waterfalls, cliffs, fire towers, wildlife and hiking, mountain biking and snowmobile trails.

Catskill Mountain Club P.O. Box 404, Margaretville catskillmountainclub.org

Devoted to outdoor recreation, public land stewardship, education, hiking, camping, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, biking and nature-related pursuits in the Catskill Mountains. Child, pet and group friendly. See website for events.

Catskill Mountains Scenic Byway P.O. Box 605, Margaretville 845-586-3300 sceniccatskills.com

The Catskill Mountains Scenic Byway celebrates the beauty of the Catskill Park’s forested lands and pristine waterways in the Central Catskills along Route 28. Hike the trails, fish in pristine waters, taste a bit of the Catskills at farmers’ markets, delight in the arts and culture festivals and enjoy lively Main streets.

Catskills Trout Tales

Catskills Visitor Center 5096 Route 28, Mount Tremper 845-688-3369 catskillstrouttales.com

Outdoor adventures, events and activities for all ages to celebrate fishing season and spring in the Catskills.

Drive 28

Chichester 845-688-7333 drive28.com

Offers free, downloadable audio guides to accompany travelers driving Route 28. Hear about the history, culture and attractions along the Catskill Mountains Scenic Byway. Child and group friendly.

Esopus Bend Nature Preserve 10 Shady Lane, Saugerties 845-246-8314

esopuscreekconservancy.org

A unique 161-acre preserve situated less than a mile from the Hudson River with four hiking trails and scenic locations along a dramatic bend in the Esopus Creek. Home to eagles, turkeys, turtles, toads, butterflies and more. Visit website for trail map, scheduled hikes and tours.

Esopus Meadows Preserve 257 River Road, Ulster Park 845-473-4440 scenichudson.org

This 96-acre Scenic Hudson riverfront park features a 2-mile trail, including a “phenology trail” and views of Esopus Lighthouse. Pavilion for groups and educational programs. Fishing, picnicking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing (ungroomed). Accessible areas are pavilion and shoreline. Child, group and pet (leashed) friendly. Open year round, dawn to dusk.

Falling Waters Preserve 996 Dominican Lane, Glasco 845-473-4440 scenichudson.org

This Scenic Hudson park features 149 acres with over 2 miles of trails leading to views of the Hudson River and Catskills, meadows, waterfalls with seating area. Picnicking, hiking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing (ungroomed). Open year round, dawn to dusk.

281 Haviland Road - Johnson-lorio Park (access) 129 Macks Lane - local entrance Highland 845-473-4440 scenichudson.org/parks/frannyreese

Just south of Walkway Over the Hudson and Mid-Hudson Bridge, it features 251-acres, 2.5-mile trail system on carriage roads, ridgeline, wooded paths leading to overlook and Hudson River views. Park at Johnson-Iorio Park. Child, group and pet (leashed) friendly. Open year-round, dawn to dusk.

High Banks Preserve

132 River Road, Ulster Park 845-473-4400 x230

scenichudson.org/parks/highbanks

Scenic Hudson 287-acre preserve containing bluffs offering superb vistas of the Hudson River as well as extensive wetlands, wildflower-filled meadows, hardwood forests and shoreline along Esopus Lake. Hiking, biking, snowshoeing, picnicking. Gateway and overlook accessible. Open year round, dawn to dusk.

Hudson Valley Pottery Trail High Falls 845-687-7828, 845-626-4932 potterytrail.com

Six nationally-recognized potteries in the scenic Mid-Hudson Valley. Studio showrooms open to the public. Showroom hours vary, call ahead. Group friendly. Free WiFi. Close to many fine inns, restaurants, historic sites, hiking and biking trails and golf courses.

Hudson Valley Rail Trail 12 Church St., Highland hudsonvalleyrailtrail.net

A 3.6-mile paved rail trail extending from the westerly end of Walkway Over the Hudson State Historic Park to Riverside Road in Highland with multiple points of entry. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. Open dawn to dusk.

Hurley’s Historic District Walking Tour

Hurley Heritage Society Museum 52 Main St., Hurley 845-338-1661 hurleyheritagesociety.org

Guided walking tours of the Main Street historical district featuring exterior views of private residences dating from the late 1600s to the late 1800s, every fourth Sunday, May-October. Admission $5 adults, children under 12 free, rain or shine, starting from the museum grounds. Accessible. Child and group friendly.

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Recreation

D&H Canal Museum 1315 Route 213, High Falls 845-687-2000


Illinois Mountain

Nyquist-Harcourt Wildlife Sanctuary

scenichudson.org

nyquistfdtn.org

1-2 Thomas Rizzo Blvd., Highland 845-473-4440 x247

Scenic Hudson and town of Lloyd park features 507 acres and 5.5 miles of trails through woodlands and great views. Picnicking, hiking, mountain biking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, dog walking (leash and clean up). Child and group friendly. Open year round, dawn to dusk.

John Burroughs’ Slabsides and Nature Sanctuary 261 Floyd Ackert Road Off Route 9W, West Park 845-384-6556

140 Huguenot St., New Paltz 845-255-3003

Located near Historic Huguenot Street, the Sanctuary has 56 acres of property and over 1,300 feet of frontage on the Wallkill River with Shawangunk Mountains viewscape. Take a self-guided tour through its woodlands and beside the oxbow. Open year-round. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly.

Overlook Mountain Fire Tower Meads Mountain Road, Woodstock 845-688-3369 catskillcenter.org/fire-tower-project

Retreat of naturalist John Burroughs. The 200 acres of Greenway hiking trails showcase waterfalls, lake and stone stairways through dramatic cliffs and hemlock forest. Featured in National Geographic. Trails open year-round. Events and open hours on website.

Views of the Hudson Valley, Catskill Mountains, Ashokan Reservoir and Overlook Hotel ruins. A 2.5-mile trail with vertical rise beginning to end at 1,400 feet. Rated moderately difficult. Cab at top of tower is open weekends and holidays, June-Columbus Day. Accessible year-round.

Krause’s Chocolates

Perrine’s Bridge

krauseschocolates.com

esopus.com/brochures/heritage_trail.pdf

johnburroughsassociation.org

41 S. Partition St., Saugerties 845-246-8377

Junction Route 32 and Route 213, Rifton 845-331-0676

Voted “Best Chocolates in the Hudson Valley” by Hudson Valley Magazine. Hand-dipped chocolates, fudge, gifts and more. Over 50 varieties of chocolates. Open year-round, Monday-Friday, 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m.; Saturday, 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday, noon-5 p.m. Call to schedule tour.

Covered bridge built circa 1835 by Benjamin Wood. This last surviving example of the Burr arch truss design in New York State spans the Wallkill River between the towns of Esopus and Rosendale. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Accessible, child and group friendly.

Maurice D. Hinchey Catskills Visitor Center 5096 Route 28, Mount Tremper 845-688-3369 catskillsvisitorcenter.org

Discover Catskills nature, history and culture through interactive exhibits. Get local maps and recommendations from our friendly staff and find unique souvenirs to bring home. Our beautiful property also features the newest and tallest Catskills fire tower, accessible nature trails, picnic areas and Esopus Creek access. Leashed dogs allowed on trails. Service animals only inside building. Group friendly. WiFi.

Minnewaska State Park Preserve Route 44/55, New Paltz 845-255-0752 parks.ny.gov

Located in the Shawangunk Mountains and listed as “Best Park” by Hudson Valley Magazine. Open daily for hiking, swimming, mountain biking, cross-country skiing, horseback riding and rock climbing. $10 per vehicle parking. Open year-round, daily 9 a.m.

Mohonk Preserve Visitor Center 3197 Route 44, Gardiner 845-255-0919 mohonkpreserve.org

Hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, trail running and horseback riding paths. Bouldering and rock climbing cliffs. Lands open daily. Day fee for non-members. The Visitor Center has free admission and is open daily 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. WiFi.

Mount Tremper Fire Tower

Town of Shandaken, Ulster County 845-688-3369 catskillcenter.org/fire-tower-project

The 47-foot fire tower was built in 1917 and offers views of the tallest mountains in the Catskills, along the Hudson Valley and Shawangunk Mountains. There is a 3-mile hike to the 2,740-foot summit with a 2,000-foot elevation gain. Cab at top of tower is open weekends and holidays, June-Columbus Day. Accessible year-round.

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Rail Explorers

70 Lower High St., Phoenicia 877-833-8588 railexplorers.net

Experience the magic of the custom-built, pedal-powered Rail Explorers as you travel alongside the Esopus Creek through the beautiful woods of the Catskill Mountains.

Red Hill Fire Tower Town of Denning Ulster County 845-688-3369

catskillcenter.org/ fire-tower-project

Unique pedal-powered Catskills sightseeing

The 60-foot fire tower was constructed in 1921 and offers views of the Catskill High Peaks and the Rondout Reservoir. There is a moderate, 3-mile round-trip hike to the summit of the 2,990-foot peak. Cab at top of tower is open weekends and holidays, June-Columbus Day. Accessible year-round.

River-to-Ridge Trail

41 Springtown Road, New Paltz 845-224-3744 rivertoridgetrail.org

Open Space Institute’s 6-mile-long River-to-Ridge loop trail links the village of New Paltz to more than 100 miles of Shawangunk Ridge trails and carriage roads.

Rondout National Historic District Walking Tours Kingston Heritage Area Visitors Center 20 Broadway, Kingston 845-339-0720 friendsofhistorickingston.org

Friends of Historic Kingston guided tours trace the rise of Rondout as a prosperous maritime village with a rich legacy of 19th-century architecture. Some uphill walking. Departs from Visitors Center. Last Saturdays, May-October, 1 p.m. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. Tour fee.

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Sam’s Point Area of Minnewaska State Park Preserve 400 Sam’s Point Road, Cragsmoor 845-647-7989 parks.ny.gov

A 5,000-acre plus section of Minnewaska State Park Preserve. Ice caves, mountain hiking trails, nature center and visitor center. Parking fee. Groups of 16 or more should preregister. Accessible, child and pet friendly. Open 365 days a year, 9 a.m.-dusk.

Shaupeneak Ridge

143 Popletown Road Esopus 845-473-4440 scenichudson.org

This Scenic Hudson 936-acre park features a 9-mile forested trail network, Louisa Pond, seasonal waterfall and great views. Mountain biking, hiking, fishing and seasonal hunting by permit. Open year-round, dawn to dusk.

Shawangunk Grasslands National Wildlife Refuge 890 Hoagerburgh Road, Wallkill 973-702-7266

fws.gov/refuge/shawangunk_grasslands

This 597-acre wildlife refuge operates to conserve the biological diversity of the Wallkill Valley. ADA-accessible observation area provides spectacular views of the Shawangunks and the many species of grassland birds, wintering raptors and endangered species. A 3.6-mile hiking trail, five observation blinds, restrooms. Open during daylight hours.

Shawangunk Mountains Scenic Byway Ulster County 845-255-4281

mtnscenicbyway.org

Experience the beauty of the Shawangunk Mountains as you drive along the New York State-designated 88-mile scenic byway. Explore the historic Rondout and Wallkill valleys with scenic mountains, forests, farms, rivers and streams. Visit unique restaurants, shops and agritourism locations.

Shawangunk Wine Trail Ulster County 845-256-8456

gunkswine.com

Fifteen

award-winning Fifteen award-winning wineries wineries along an 80-mile route hosting seasonal events in the heart of the Hudson Valley. Nestled between the Shawangunk Mountains and the majestic Hudson River, this trail is the perfect way to discover Hudson Valley Wine Country. Group friendly. WiFi.

Stockade National Historic District Walking Tours Corner of Main and Wall Streets (Uptown) (GPS 63 Main St., NY), Kingston 845-339-0720 friendsofhistorickingston.org

Guided tour of New York’s largest extant early Dutch settlement where New York State was born. Departs from Friends of Historic Kingston Gallery. First Saturday of each month from May-October. Departs 1 p.m. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. Tour fee.

The Gunks Art Trail Ulster County 682-564-5613

gunksarttrail.com

Features galleries, museums, restaurants and other venues that show work from local artists.


Recreation

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ADVENTURE AWAITS HORSEBACK RIDING • INDOOR & OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES 3 ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT MEALS A DAY Stylish Comfort in Historic Uptown Kingston • Convenient to Hudson Valley and area attractions at I-87, Exit 19 • Complimentary Wi-Fi • Complimentary hot breakfast • Salt water, heated indoor pool • First Capitol Bistro & Bar serving dinner

Kingston Hotel & The Venue Uptown

503 Washington Ave., Kingston, NY 845.338.0400 1-800-780-7234 bwpkingston.com

The O&W Rail Trail in Ulster County Ulster County 845-687-0800

theoandwrailtrail.org

A partially completed 27-mile trail from Kingston to Ellenville, comprised of some of the original scenic routes of the New York Ontario and Western Railway and the Delaware and Hudson Canal tow paths. Self-guided walks using the website or kiosk maps, biking, equestrian riding and cross-country skiing. Motorized vehicles prohibited.

Town of Shawangunk Rail Trail 14 Central Ave., Wallkill 845-895-2611 shawangunk.org

HORSEBACK RIDING • INDOOR POOL • DJ DANCE PARTY • CAMPFIRES TRACTOR RIDES •  GAME ROOM • ROCK WALL • BOUNCE PILLOW PONY RIDES • MINI GOLF • PETTING ZOO • PADDLE BOATS OVERNIGHT & DAY PACKAGES TEAM BUILDING ACTIVITIES & TRANSPORTATION ALSO AVAILABLE!

reservations@pineridgeduderanch.com | 845-626-7345

Three-plus mile section of rail and trail with views of the Bordan Estate and the Shawangunk Mountain Range. Provides easy access to the village of Wallkill. Wallkill River nearby. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. Portable toilets available. Open year-round, weather-permitting.

pineridgeduderanch.com

TRT Bicycles

• Fresh Fruits and Vegetables • Bakery • Specialty Foods • Gifts • Garden Center • Bulk mulch and top soil • Fresh cut homegrown flower bouquets in Summer • Our famous sweet corn! July- Sept. • Harvest Fun in October! • Christmas Trees - Nov. & Dec.

1066 Route 32, Rosendale 845-658-7832 trtbicycles.com

Bicycle rentals, sales, service and tours. Open in season. March-September: Monday-Friday 11 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Closed Sunday.

Wallkill Valley Rail Trail - Wallkill Valley Land Trust New Paltz 845-255-2761

wallkillvalleylt.org

The 22-mile multi-use trail is used for walking, bicycling, horseback riding and more. The trail passes through scenic countryside and lively downtowns from the southern end of Gardiner to the Ulster/Kingston border.

15 Route 299 West 845-255-8050

Open Daily March-December 9:00am - 6:30pm

Woodstock Farm Sanctuary 2 Rescue Road, High Falls 845-247-5700 woodstocksanctuary.org

One of the country’s most recognized and respected sanctuaries for farmed animals. Educational tours of the farm and outreach events. Open April-October, Saturdays and Sundays, 10:30 a.m.-4 p.m.

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lster County is recognized by many publications and top golf organizations for having some of the finest public courses in the Catskills and the Hudson Valley. Golfers from all over visit Ulster County’s varied offerings that are both affordable and challenging. Even on weekends, golfers can expect to book prime tee times and play 18 holes without undue waiting. Whether you’re a scratch golfer or a beginner, the choices are endless. Ulster County is the place to tee it up.


GOLF Golf

Alapaha Golf Center

190 Sawkill Road, Kingston 845-331-2334 alapahagolfcenter.com

An immaculate nine-hole executive golf course with a driving range. Year-round indoor golf. Four realistic simulators that feature 31 golf courses on each screen. $30 an hour during the week and $40 per hour on the weekend.

Apple Greens Golf Course 161 South St., Highland 845-883-5500 applegreens.com

A 27-hole public golf course. A large driving range and putting greens. Outings available. Scenic views. Restaurant on premises.

Green Acres Golf Course

Wiltwyck Golf Club

Facebook: Green Acres Golf Course, Kingston

wiltwyck.org

404 Steward Lane, Kingston 845-331-0700

250 Harwich St., Kingston 845-331-2283

Nine holes of golf, reasonably priced. Senior discounts available. New holes and water hazards make the course more challenging.

Mohonk Mountain House Golf Course

1000 Mountain Rest Road, New Paltz 866-966-0348, 845-256-2154 for reservations mohonk.com

Historic Scottish-style nine-hole golf course. Tee times required.

Premier semiprivate club in the mid-Hudson Valley

Public tee up for 9 or 18 holes

New Paltz Golf Course

215 Huguenot St., New Paltz 845-255-8282 newpaltzgolf.com

Golf Link USA calls this course the “best nine holes in the Hudson Valley.” Call for weekend tee times. Pro shop, driving range and lessons available from a PGA pro. Open March-November, dawn-dusk.

Wiltwyck is the premier semiprivate club in the mid-Hudson Valley. The historic golf course was designed by noted golf course architect Robert Trent Jones Sr. Widely recognized as the best golfing experience in the area. Conveniently located off Exit 19 of the New York State Thruway. Open Monday-Sunday, 7 a.m.-7 p.m.

Woodstock Golf Club

114 Mill Hill Road, Woodstock 845-679-0432 woodstockgolf.com

The Woodstock Golf Club now welcomes out-of-town visitors to play its majestic course. Please visit the website for details. Restaurant open to the public.

Stoeckler Memorial Park and Golf Club 38 Nevele Road, Ellenville 845-647-7080 x306

facebook.com/villageofellenville

The village of Ellenville-owned golf club, which is open to the public, features a putting green, practice area, carts, rental clubs, clubhouse/pro shop, dining and a bar at the Country Club Grill, group packages and group outings available. This course was formerly known as Shawangunk County Club.

Stone Dock Golf Club

12 Stone Dock Road, High Falls 845-687-7107 stonedockgolfclub.com

Enjoy breathtaking scenery on this competitive course, complemented by friendly people and the High Falls Café for year-round dining.

Turtle Creek Golf Course in Plattekill 219 Plattekill Ardonia Road, Plattekill 845-564-3220 turtlecreekgolf.net

A well-manicured nine-hole course with sand traps, bunkers and water hazards. A new driving range is open. Lunch available at The Grille. Catering is also available.

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Woodstock Golf Club Visit Website & Click on Tourism for Details Woodstock, NY * WoodstockGolf.com 845-679-2914 Provisions Restaurant Open to the Public

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Parks Andy Lee Field

56 Rock City Road, Woodstock

845-679-2113, ext. 14

woodstockny.org

Accessible, child and group friendly. Monday-Sunday, 9 a.m.-dusk.

Belleayre Beach at Pine Hill Lake

33 Friendship Manor Road, Woodstock

845-254-5202

belleayre.com

Lake, swimming, boating, rowing/pedal boats, fishing and hiking. Beach and picnic area, pavilions and snack bar. Rent or bring your own canoe/kayak. Accessible, child friendly. WiFi. Call for groups of 20 or more. Open Memorial Day-Labor Day, Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.

Berean Park

Reservoir Road, Highland

845-691-2144

townoflloyd.com

Beach, pavilion, picnic tables, snack bar, playground, tennis and basketball courts. Summer programs. Children’s swimming programs. Accessible. Child, pet and group friendly. Park open May-August. Trails open year-round, dawn to dusk. Trailhead to Illinois Mountain trails.

Berme Road Park

Berme Road,/Route 52 intersection, Ellenville

845-647-7080

villageofellenville.com

Located in the village of Ellenvillle, close to great restaurants. Trailhead to Minnewaska hiking and O&W Rail Trail, tennis, basketball, picnicking, softball and playground.

Big Indian Park

Route 28, Big Indian

845-688-7165

shandaken.us

Swings, jungle gym, merry-go-round, baseball, horseshoe pit, two pavilions with barbecue pits that can be reserved for parties. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly.

Black Creek Preserve

Winding Brook Road, (off Route 9W), Esopus

845-473-4440

scenichudson.org/parks/ blackcreek

This Scenic Hudson park features 130 acres with 2-mile wooded trail from suspension bridge above Black Creek to Hudson River. Hiking, fishing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing. Child, group and pet (leashed) friendly. Open year-round, dawn to dusk.

Block Park

Abeel Street, Kingston

845-481-7330

kingston-ny.gov

Basketball courts, softball field, green space, playground and pavilion available for group/party rental. Bathrooms.

Bob Shepard Highland Landing Park

42 River Road, Highland

845-691-8842

highlandlandingpark.org

Hudson River access, with fishing, kayaking, picnicking (no fires) and birdwatching. Boat launch and kayak. Events. Accessible. Open year-round, sunrise to sunset.

Cantine Veterans Sports Complex

Washington Avenue Extension, Saugerties

845-246-5890, ext. 309

villageofsaugerties.org

A 127-acre sports complex featuring many year-round recreational services and amenities, including baseball/softball fields, soccer fields, fully-enclosed refrigerated ice arena, skate park, playgrounds, pavilions, trails and senior citizens multi-purpose center. Accessible, child and group friendly. WiFi.

Cass Landi Mini-Park

Route 213 at Union Center Road, Street Remy

845-331-3709

esopus.com

Soccer and lacrosse fields, outdoor ice skating, basketball, tennis and playground. Accessible, child and group friendly.

Cluett Schantz Memorial Park

1801-1805 Route 9W, Milton

845-795-5100, ext. 4

townofmarlboroughny. org/2283/cluett-schantzmemorial-park

Basketball courts, children’s playground and walking areas. Pavilion, soccer field, baseball fields and bocci court are available by reservation through town clerk. Accessible, child, group and pet (leashed) friendly.

Esopus Meadows Preserve

269 River Road, Ulster Park

845-473-4440

scenichudson.org/parks/ esopusmeadows

Scenic Hudson’s 96-acre riverfront park features a 2-mile trail, “phenology trail” and Esopus Lighthouse views. Fishing, hiking, kayaking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Accessible parking, toilet, pavilion and shoreline trail. Child, group and pet (Leashed) friendly. Open year-round, dawn to dusk.

Falling Waters Preserve

996 Dominican Lane, Glasco

845-473-4440

scenichudson.org/parks/ fallingwaters

This Scenic Hudson park features 149 acres, over 2 miles of trails with views of the Hudson Valley, meadows, waterfalls with seating area. Fishing, hiking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Child, group and pet (leashed) friendly. Open year-round, dawn to dusk.

Forsyth Nature Center

157 Lucas Ave., Kingston

845-339-3053 (facility), 845-4817336 (programs)

kingstonparksandrec.org

A quaint visitor-friendly facility in a garden setting featuring close contact to animals. Reptile house, birds of prey, domestic and wild birds, small and large mammals and pond. Nature programs and tours available. Open year-round, daily.

Franny Reese State Park

Johnson-Iorio Park (access) Haviland Road, 129 Macks Lane, Highland

845-473-4440

scenichudson.org

South of Walkway Over the Hudson and Mid-Hudson Bridge, this 251-acre, 2.5-mile mixed terrain trail system leads to a Hudson River overlook. Hiking, biking, cross-country skiing and showshoeing. Child, group and pet (leashed) friendly. Open year-round, dawn to dusk.

Galeville Park

123 Long Lane, Wallkill

845-895-2611

shawangunk.org

Walking trails, sports fields, pavilion, picnic tables and portable toilets. Accessible, pet, child and group friendly. Open year-round.

Garrison Park

Between Central and Park avenues, Wallkill

845-895-2611

shawangunk.org

Playground, picnic tables and gazebo. Accessible, pet, child and group friendly. No bathroom facility.

George Freer Memorial Beach

Canal Street, Port Ewen

845-331-3709

esopus.com

Riverfront park with view of the Rondout Lighthouse (1913). Launch for kayaks and carry-ins. Ice boats during cold winter. Swings, jungle gym, merry-go-round, basketball. Accessible. Child friendly. Pavilion with picnic tables available for group/party rentals with prior permission. Grills available.

George Majestic Memorial Park

Murphy Lane, Gardiner

845-255-9675, ext. 100

townofgardiner.org

Lovely park with playground, softball field, disc golf course, picnic tables, pavilion, nature trails and plenty of parking. Accessible, child and group friendly. Open year-round, dawn to dusk.

George Terpening Sr. Memorial Malden Mini Park

215 Riverside Drive, Malden-onHudson

845-246-5890, ext. 309

saugerties.ny.us

Riverfront, boat launching and dock. Picnic tables, grills, etc. Summer Sunset Concert. Limited parking. Accessible, child and group friendly. Open year-round, sunrise to sunset.

Glasco Riverfront Mini Park

232 Hudson St., Glasco

845-246-5890, ext. 310

saugerties.ny.us

Boat launching, dock and fishing pier. Separate launch for kayaks and carry-ins. Pavilion with picnic tables and grills. Playground. Summer sunset concerts. Accessible, child and group friendly. Open year-round, sunrise to sunset.

Glenbrook Park

Route 42, Shandaken

845-688-5004

shandaken.us

Swings and jungle gym, regulation softball/little league field, basketball court and large pavilion with barbeque pit that can be reserved for parties. Free dog park and agility center. Accessible. Child friendly. Bathrooms available May 15-Oct. 15. Park open year-round.

Hasbrouck Park

Corners of Plattekill and Mohonk avenues, New Paltz

845-255-0130

villageofnewpaltz.org

Accessible, child, group and service animal friendly. Open daily, 6 a.m.-9 p.m.

Hasbrouck Park

Delaware Avenue, Kingston

845-331-1682

kingston-ny.gov

Pavilion and indoor building, ballfield, playground, basketball court, walking trails and open space.

High Banks Preserve

132 River Road, Ulster Park

845-473-4400

scenichudson.org/parks/ highbanks

Scenic Hudson 287-acre preserve of Hudson River vistas, wetlands, meadows, forests and shoreline along Esopus Lake. Fishing, hiking, biking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Child, group and pet (leashed) friendly. Accessible parking, gateway and scenic overlook. Open year-round, dawn to dusk.

Hutton Park

Clifton Avenue and Grant Street, Kingston

845-331-1682

kingston-ny.gov

Pavilion, tennis courts, basketball court, ballfield, handball wall and playground designed for youths 5-12 years-old.

Illinois Mountain

1000 Reservoir Road, (Accessible from Berean Park) Highland

845-473-4440

scenichudson.org/parks/ illinoismountain

Scenic Hudson and town of Lloyd park features 507 acres and 5.5 miles of trails through woodlands and great views. Hiking, biking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Child, group and pet (leashed) friendly. Open year-round, dawn to dusk.

James Reiker Memorial Park

First Street, Connelly

845-331-3709

esopus.com

Mini-park. Accessible. Child friendly.

Joe Clark Park

Floyd Ackert Road, Ulster Park

845-331-3709

esopus.com

Mini-park. Accessible. Child friendly.

John Burroughs’ Slabsides and Nature Sanctuary

261 Floyd Ackert Road, West Park

845-384-6320

johnburroughsassociation.org

Retreat of naturalist John Burroughs. Experience dramatic cliffs, hemlock forest, fern valley, waterfalls and lake. Hike, picnic, birding, recharge. Trails open year-round. Open houses at Slabsides writing cabin. Map, events and hours on website.

Johnson-Iorio Memorial Park

Haviland Road, Highland

845-691-2144

townoflloyd.com

Passive park, picnic tables and vistas of the Hudson River. Access to Franny Reese State Park. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. Open year-round, dawn to dusk.

Kenneth L. Wilson Campground and Day Use Area

859 Wittenberg Road, Mount Tremper

845-679-7020 (S) 845-256-3079 (P)

dec.ny.gov/outdoor/24472. html

Boat rentals, accessible fishing pier, hiking, accessible nature trail, accessible launching site, horseshoe pits, picnic tables and rental pavilion. Tent and RV sites (no electrical hook up). Open mid-May to Columbus Day.

Kingston Point Beach

Lower Delaware Avenue, Kingston

845-331-1682

kingston-ny.gov

Swimming in the Hudson River, kayak/boat launch, playground and pavilion. Fenced dog area across the road. New nine-hole disc golf course.

Lighthouse Park

255 River Road, Ulster Park

845-331-3709

esopus.com

Park sits directly on the Hudson River offering stunning views of the Esopus Meadows Lighthouse (1871). Picnic tables, fishing, canoe and kayak accessible. Adjacent to a walking trail. Accessible, child and group friendly. Open year-round, dawn to dusk.

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Washington Avenue, Saugerties

845-246-2321, ext. 1

village.saugerties.ny.us

Swings, slides, monkey bars and merry-go-round. Seasonal (July 1-Sept. 1) filtered wading pool for small children with a pavilion and picnic area. Regulation outdoor basketball court. Playground open year-round, dawn to dusk.

Lippman Park

Route 209, Wawarsing

845-647-6560, ext. 281

townofwawarsing.net

Mountain biking, soccer, basketball, softball, playground, picnicking and hiking. Electric vehicle charger. Mecca for single-track mountain biking. Open until dusk. Organizational groups must preregister.

Loughran Park

Manor Avenue and Charlotte Street, Kingston

845-331-1682

kingston-ny.gov

Pavilion, tennis courts, basketball court, ballfield, playground and pickball courts.

Marbletown Town Park

350 Tongore Road, Kingston

845-687-0800

marbletown.net

Playground, picnic area and pavilion. Basketball, volleyball and horseshoes. Pavilion available for private events. Accessible restrooms, child, pet and group friendly. Open April-October, daily, 8 a.m.-8 p.m.

Milton Landing Park

Dock Road, and the Hudson River, Milton

845-795-2220

townofmarlboroughny.org

Waterfront park featuring a fishing pier, kayak launch site, picnic tables with cooking grills, benches with beautiful views of the Hudson River and a small campground for kayakers traversing the water trail. Hudson River Greenway Water Trail Site. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly.

Minnewaska State Park Preserve

Route 44/55, New Paltz

845-255-0752

parks.ny.gov

Situated on the dramatic Shawangunk Mountain Ridge. Named “Best Park” by Hudson Valley magazine. With 35 miles of carriage roads, 50 miles of foot paths, four sky lakes, several waterfalls and swimming areas.

Mohonk Preserve

3197 Route 44, Gardiner

845-255-0919

mohonkpreserve.org

Nature trails. Hiking, biking, cross-country skiing and horseback riding paths. Bouldering and rock climbing cliffs. Educational programs. Visitor Center features indoor and outdoor exhibits. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. WiFi.

Moriello Park and Public Pool

Mulberry Street, New Paltz

845-255-1700 (season), 845-255-0604, ext. 126 (off-season)

townofnewpaltz.org/pool

Accessible, child and group friendly. Memorial Day-Labor Day, noon-7 p.m.

Parish Field

Ava Maria Drive, Phoenicia

845-688-5004

shandaken.us

Swings, hiking trail, basketball, field games, slides and a kids’ climbing net. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly.

Popp Park

3081 Route 208 South, Wallkill

845-895-2611

shawangunk.org

Pavilion, picnic tables, access to Wallkill River, fishing and boat launch, no bathroom facility, ice skating (weather permitting.)

Rick Volz Field

Dixon Avenue, Woodstock

845-679-2113

woodstockny.org

Baseball field, swing, facility rentals, nearby dog park. Accessible, child and group friendly. Monday-Sunday, 9 a.m.-dusk.

Rider Park

250 Ulster Landing Road, Kingston

845-382-2455

townofulster.org

Boat launch on Hudson River. Fees by season or by the day. Accessible, child and group friendly.

Robert E. Post Park

Park Road, Kingston

845-382-2455

townofulster.org

Hudson River views. Pavilions, playground and accessible fish platform. Open May 1-Oct. 31. Memorial Day-Labor Day, 8 a.m.-9 p.m.; before Memorial Day and after Labor Day, 8 a.m.-7 p.m. Accessible, child and group friendly.

Ross Park

Corner of West Stout and Bowne streets, Port Ewen

845-331-3709

esopus.com

Baseball fields, tennis and basketball courts, swings, slides and merry-go-round. Pavilion with picnic tables available for group/ party rentals. Accessible, child and group friendly. Summer camp for children ages 5-13 available.

Rotary Park at Kingston Point

Lower Delaware Avenue, 467 Broadway, Kingston

845-331-1682

kingston-ny.gov

Hudson River access, walking areas, picnic area and pavilions. Fenced dog area adjacent in Kingston Point Park. New nine-hole disc golf course.

Saugerties Village Beach

Partition Street, Saugerties

845-246-2321

village.saugerties.ny.us

Located on the Esopus Creek. Sand beach with swimming dock, playground area, fishing and picnic areas. Slip for kayaks and fishing boats. Accessible, child and group friendly.

Seamon Park

Route 9W, Saugerties

845-246-2919

village.saugerties.ny.us

Gardens, children’s play area, picnic area and pavilion. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. Holiday Lighting, Dec. 2, 5:30 p.m. Mum Festival, first Sunday in October.

Shaupeneak Ridge

1169 Old Post Road, (Ulster County Route 16) - Lower Lot; 143 Poppletown Road - Upper Lot, Esopus

845-473-4440

scenichudson.org/parks/ shaupeneakridge

TThis Scenic Hudson 936-acre park features a 9-mile forested trail network, Louisa Pond, waterfall and great views. Biking, hiking, fishing, kayaking, seasonal hunting by permit, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Child, group and pet (leashed) friendly. Open year-round, dawn to dusk.

Sleightsburgh Park

Everson Lane, Sleightsburgh

845-339-1811

esopus.com

A 79-acre park encompassing the south peninsula at the mouth of the Rondout Creek. Two trails, boat launch, dock and limited fishing. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. Open dawn to dusk.

Small World Playground

Washington Avenue, Saugerties

845-246-5890, ext. 310

saugerties.ny.us

Accessible, child and group friendly. WiFi.

Smith Park

Route 28 and Elm Street, Pine Hill

845-688-5004

shandaken.us

Perennial flower gardens, swings, jungle gym, climbing tunnel, basketball court and new soccer field. Accessible. Open year-round.

Sojourner Truth/Ulster Landing County Park

916 Ulster Landing Road, Saugerties

845-336-8484 845-340-3100

https://ulstercountyny.gov/ public-works/ulster-landingcounty-park

Hiking trails, beach, swimming, picnic, play area, pavilion. Boat launch area on the Hudson River. Accessible, child and group friendly. April 1-Dec. 1. Open sunrise to sunset. See website for specific dates and times.

Stoeckler Memorial Park and Golf Club

38 Nevele Road, Ellenville

845-647-7080 x306

facebook.com/ villageofellenville

Snow tubing, ice skating, skate rentals. Open Saturday 10 a.m.-noon; Sundays and holidays,1-4 p.m. Child and group friendly.

T.R. Gallo Park

73 W. Strand St., Kingston

845-331-1682

kingston-ny.gov

Located in Kingston’s historic Rondout waterfront district, with walking promenade along Rondout Creek, boat docks and kayak launch. Many nearby shops, restaurants, galleries and museums.

Thomas Felten Park

Route 32 and Patura Road, Modena

845-883-7331

town.plattekill.ny.us

Playground and large pavilion. Accessible, child and group friendly. Open year-round. Pavilion is open April-October, dawn to dusk.

Tina Chorvas Waterfront Park

East Bridge Street, Saugerties

845-246-2919

village.saugerties.ny.us

Located along the Esopus Creek and within view of the creek’s entry into the Hudson River. Great setting for a relaxing stroll, launching a kayak or annual events, such as the annual Esopus Creek Festival, featuring Arm-of-the-Sea Theater giant puppets.

Tony Williams Park

Riverside Road, Highland

845-691-2144

townoflloyd.com

Ballfields, tennis courts, basketball courts and children’s playground. Pavilions and picnic tables. Restroom facilities. Hudson Valley Rail Trail access. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. Open April-November, dawn to dusk.

Town of New Paltz Field of Dreams Park

Libertyville Road, New Paltz

845-255-2512

townofnewpaltz.org/ recreation

Picnic areas, softball fields, jogging, hiking, sledding and ice skating. Two sand volleyball courts, dog park, bocce ball court, horseshoe pit. Recreation for residents and non-residents. Accessible, pet, child and group friendly. New pavilion open to public and available for rentals. Call 845-255-2512. Open year-round, dawn to dusk.

Town of Rochester Park

50 Scenic Road, Accord

845-626-7384

townofrochester.ny.gov

Playground, baseball field and pavilion. No smoking permitted. Open daily, dawn to dusk.

Town of Rosendale Recreation Center

1055 Route 32, Rosendale

845-658-2512

townofrosendale.com

Community center and pavilion available for rent year-round. Playground, tennis courts, basketball courts, softball field, youth center and pool. Accessible, child and group friendly. WiFi.

Ulster County Public Pool

241 Libertyville Road, New Paltz

845-255-7027 845-340-3100

ulstercountyny.gov/publicworks

Swimming, kiddie pools, playground and snack bar. Accessible. Group friendly. June-Labor Day. See website for specific dates and times.

VanBuren Street Playground

VanBuren Street, New Paltz

845-331-1682

kingston-ny.gov

Gazebo and playground.

Verkeerderkill Park

3232 Route 52, Pine Bush

845-895-2611

shawangunk.org

Two pavilions, two playgrounds, basketball court, softball, volleyball fields, walking trail, ice skating (weather permitting) and bathrooms/portable toilets. Accessible fishing. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly.

Veterans Memorial Park

Corner of Route 9W and Milton Avenue, Highland

845-691-2144

townoflloyd.com

Monuments date from Civil War to Vietnam War. Contemplative gardens. Open year-round, dawn to dusk. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly.

Walkway Over the Hudson State Historic Park

87 Haviland Road, Highland

845-454-9649

walkway.org

Panoramic views of the Hudson River Valley. Walking, jogging, biking or rollerblading. Pets permitted on leash. Restrooms available. Accessible. Open year-round, 7 a.m.-sunset, weather permitting.

West Hurley Park

Dughill Road, West Hurley

845-331-7474

townofhurley.org

Playground, tennis courts, ballfields and pavilion. Open year-round, dawn to dusk.

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easonal plenty blooms in the rolling hills and valleys of Ulster County, where small farms, family-owned orchards, and farmers’ markets yield homegrown dairy, sustainable meats and eggs, honey, maple products, and fresh produce. Tap into the Catskills’ maple sugaring and gather all-you-can-pick apples, cherries, peaches, strawberries and pumpkins, or leave the harvest to the professionals. From casual eateries to fine dining restaurants, the region’s chefs celebrate locally-sourced ingredients in their curated farm-to-table menus.

CHRISTMAS TREE FARMS Balsam Ridge Christmas Tree Farm 288 South St., Clintondale 845-721-4195

Facebook: Balsam Ridge Christmas Tree Farm, Clintondale

Choose from hundreds of beautiful Balsam, Fraser, Canaan, Concolor firs and Colorado blue spruce Christmas trees. Open from Friday after Thanksgiving, then Saturday and Sunday until sold out. Please call before leaving. Located just 4 miles from New York State Thruway, Exit 18 at New Paltz.

Bell’s Tree Farm

647 Mettacahonts Road, Accord 845-626-7849, 845-626-0055 bellschristmastrees.com

Assorted firs and spruces. U-cut or fresh-cut, potted trees. Drilling, shaking and baling available. Wreaths, roping, kissing balls, maple syrup, gifts and more. Open day after Thanksgiving until Dec. 23, Monday-Friday, 9:30 a.m.-dusk; Saturday-Sunday, 8 a.m.-dusk.

Christmas Tree Lane

9 Christmas Tree Drive, Wallkill 845-895-3536 christmastreelaneny.com

U-cut and pre-cut trees. Douglas and Fraser Fir and Balsam. Free netting, twine and refreshments. Family picture, gift barn, wreaths, tree stands and more. Animated barn with 200-foot Christmas train, live animals. Open after Thanksgiving until Christmas, every Saturday and Sunday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

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Corey’s Christmas Trees on the Farm

Marshall’s Tree Farm

Blue and white spruce, Douglas fir, Norwegian and regular pine. Homemade wreaths, potpourri sachets. Visit our farm, enjoy some cocoa, see how wreaths are made. Open late November-Christmas Eve. Daily, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Concolor and Canaan firs. Tree sizes range from tabletop to 7 feet. Easy access to trees. Cut your own. Baling available. Nov. 29-December. Daily, dawndusk. Call ahead for availability after mid-December.

151 Plattekill Road, Marlboro 845-236-0022, 845-591-9375

Garone’s Mountain Fresh Farms

282 Orchard Road, (Corner of Bailey’s Gap Road), Highland 845-795-2260

Douglas, Fraser, Balsam, Concolor and Canaan fir and blue spruce. U-cut or they-cut. Christmas items, hayrides, Santa, food, hot chocolate, cider and large outdoor firepit. Full service. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. Open Friday after Thanksgiving and the following two weekends, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. and by appointment.

Hurds Christmas Tree Farm 2187 State Route 32, Modena 845-883-7825 hurdsfamilyfarm.com

Welcome to Hurds “Choose and Cut Trees Farm.” Complimentary scenic hayride to the fields. Enjoy a cup of mulled cider. Baling, drilling and friendly team to help. Beautiful wreaths. Country gift items in the pavilion. Open weekends, Nov. 22-Dec. 13, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Skydiving Santa, and elves, Nov. 27 at noon.

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58 Whitfield Road, Accord 845-626-7881

Mountain View Tree Farm

69 Spurck Road (off Kelly Road), Saugerties 845-389-1973

Facebook: Mountain View Tree Farm, Saugerties

Scotch pine, Norway spruce, Balsam, Concolor fir and Douglas fir. Saws available. Child friendly. From village of Saugerties, take Route 32 North, go 5 miles to High Falls Road, then to Kelly Road; signs posted to Spurck Road. After Thanksgiving-Christmas, Friday-Sunday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; weekday by appointment.

Split Rail Nursery

346 Mahoney Road, Milton 845-795-5643, 845-629-1684

Colorado blues, Norway spruce, Balsam, Douglas and Fraser fir. Pre-tagged, netting available. You choose, they cut. Homemade wreaths. Kissing balls and annual personalized ornament. Potted blue spruce. Refreshment stand. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. Open Nov. 27-Dec. 23. Friday, noon-4 p.m.; Saturday-Sunday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

West Wind Tree Farm

543 Bruyn Turnpike, Wallkill 845-895-3807

U-cut short-needle Scotch pine and Douglas fir grown on the farm. Also, pre-cut Fraser and Douglas fir. Wreaths, kissing balls, crosses and more items handmade at the farm. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. Open Nov. 29-December. Daily, 9 a.m.-dusk.


Bradley Farm

DuBois Farms U-Pick

Acorn Hill Farm

raybradleyfarm.com

duboisfarms.com

5941 Route 209, Kerhonkson 845-800-4239 acornhillfarmny.com

A small family-run goat dairy producing a variety of artisan goat milk cheeses, yogurt and fudge using their homegrown goat milk. Also offer cheese making classes and farm tours.

Open April-November. New York State-brewed beer, wine, cider, all-natural seasonal vegetable, eggs, farm-raised pork products, herbs, honey and great farm-to-table dinners and food events every summer.

Buzzanco’s Greenhouse & Farm 2050 Sawkill-Ruby Road, Kingston 845-336-6528 buzzancogreenhouses.com

Adams Fairacre Farms

1560 Ulster Ave. (Route 9W), Lake Katrine 845-336-6300 adamsfarms.com

317 Springtown Road, New Paltz 845-255-8769, 845-430-7749

One-stop shop

Farm fresh fruits and for fruit, flowers vegetables. Cheeses, and gifts gourmet coffees, fish and meats. Bakery, deli and meals to go. Gifts and candy counter. Garden supplies, plants and nursery stock. Full-service floral. Open daily, Monday-Saturday, 8 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sunday, 8 a.m.-7 p.m.

Apple Hill Farm

124 Route 32 S., New Paltz 845-255-1605 applehillfarm.com

U-pick apples and pumpkins. Enjoy the restored 1859 barn. All varieties of apples, peaches and fresh corn. Fresh-pressed cider, donuts and homemade pies. Gifts. Weekend hayrides. Accessible, child and pet friendly. Groups require reservations. WiFi. September-October, Friday-Sunday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.

Applestone Meat Company 3607 Main St., Stone Ridge 845-626-4444 applestonemeat.com

Offering local meat raised without hormones or antibiotics, this unique butcher shop also features a 24-hour vending machine and is a pioneer of the sustainable meat movement.

Houseplants, ferns, annuals and perennials, flowering plants, unusual cactus and herbs. Vegetables in season. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. Open April-July, daily, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; September-October, daily, 1-5 p.m.

Catskill Native Nursery

607 Samsonville Road, Kerhonkson 845-626-2758 catskillnativenursery.com

Over 600 species of perennials, herbs, ornamental and fruiting shrubs and trees, water lilies and wetland plants. Unusual pottery and garden art. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. Open second Saturday in April-Oct. 31, Thursday-Monday, 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

CDC Farms

10 Orchard Drive, Gardiner 845-883-0272

Facebook: Casa Del Caciocavallo Farms, Gardiner

Hand-crafting artisan caciocavallo cheese in four flavors made with fresh Hudson Valley raw cow’s milk since 2003. Tasting tours, educational field trips and private parties are available. Call to book your tour.

Clarkes Family Farm

2086 Route 44/55, Modena 845-901-7442 clarkesfamilyfarm.com

Hops, grains, ducks and more.

Featuring 5 acres of NOFA-certified organic apples and 8 acres IPM low spray apples. New, upcoming varieties and traditional varieties available on easy to pick trees, huge corn maze, hayride, children’s activities with little houses and bouncy house, picnic area, cider, donuts and jams. Friendly and relaxed family fun.

Barthel’s Farm Market

D.B. Orchards

Arrowood Farms

236 Lower Whitfield Road, Accord 845-253-0389 arrowoodfarms.com

8057 Route 209, Ellenville 845-647-6941

Facebook: Barthel’s Farm Market and Creamery, Ellenville

Bedding plants, shrubs, hanging baskets, garden supplies and Christmas trees and wreaths. All varieties of vegetables. April-December, daily, 8 a.m.-6 p.m.

Boice’s Farm and Garden

600 Kings Highway, Saugerties 845-246-1160

Facebook: Boice’s Farm, Saugerties

Flowers (perennials and annuals), vegetables and fruits in season. Specializing in sweet corn. Fall squashes, gourds and pumpkins. Hay/straw. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. April-December, daily, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.

Borchert Orchards

278 Lattintown Road, Marlboro 845-236-7239

Fresh fruits for sale in season. U-pick cherries, strawberries (call first). Accessible. Open daily, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

1166 Route 208, Wallkill 845-242-7725

U-pick apples and cherries. Apples, peaches, pears, plums, vegetables and cider. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. Open August-February, daily, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Damn Good Honey

15 Old Queens Highway, Kerhonkson 845-701-1999 damngoodhoney.com

Farm store with organic vegetables, honey, handcrafted beeswax, honey soap, a line of all natural products from the hive and beekeeping services.

Davenport Farms

209 Perkinsville Road, Highland 845-795-4037

Olde New England-style farm offering an array of fruit, baked goods, lunch, family fun activities and tavern. Open June to November, daily, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Farmstock

200 Esopus Ave., Kingston

Facebook: Farmstock Farm, Kingston

Family farm growing fresh organic fruits/vegetables with tiny house farm stand. Hang out and enjoy veggie juices, coffee, kale lemonade, healing teas and snow cones with homemade syrup. Open Tuesday-Friday, 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m.-2 p.m.

Four Winds Farm

158 Marabac Road, Gardiner 845-255-3088 fourwindsfarmny.com

Certified organic vegetables, heirloom vegetable seedlings and herbs. Turkey, pork and grass-fed beef. Accessible and child friendly. Call for appointment.

Grey Mouse Farm Foods

22 Grey Mouse Road, (just off Route 32), Saugerties greymousefarm.com

Homemade jams, mustards, pickles and relishes. Find us at the New York State Thruway rest areas: Modena, Ulster, Plattekill and Malden. Open by appointment only at the farm.

Heart of the Hudson Valley Farmers Market Cluett-Schantz Park 1801-1805 Route 9W, Milton 845-616-7824 hhvfarmersmarket.com

Freshly-picked organic and conventionally-grown fruits and vegetables, baked goods, eggs, cheese, olives, pasta, pickles, specialty items and products. Special events. Picnic, hiking and playground area. Open June-October, Saturdays, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Nov. 21 Thanksgiving Market at the Marlboro Elementary School.

Hepworth Farms

506 South Road, Milton 845-795-2007 hepworthfarms.com

Seventh-generation family farm with 400 acres of NOFA-certified production land yielding more than 400 varieties of organic vegetables. Available wholesale and at Heart of the Hudson Valley Farmers Market in Milton on Saturdays, June-November. Technical and education consultation by appointment.

Hollengold Farm

222 Lower Whitfield Road, Accord 845-626-1146

hollengoldfarm.com; drawbotanical.com

Open to the public. Farm store is self serve and open 24 hours every day during the growing season. Featuring fresh produce grown using organic practices, pestos, raw honey, canned goods and vanilla extract. Botanical drawing workshops Friday-Sunday. Accessible. Child, pet and group friendly. WiFi.

3411 Route 209, Stone Ridge 845-687-0051

Hurds Family Farm

Local fruits and vegetables. Greenhouse with bedding plants, perennials, trees and shrubs. Apples, cider and baked goods. Steam table buffet, hot lunch and dinner. Open daily.

hurdsfamilyfarm.com

davenportfarms.com

Dressel Farms

271 State Route 208, New Paltz 845-255-0693

Facebook: Dressel Farms, New Paltz

Seasonal u-pick strawberries, apples and pumpkins. Specialties: apples, cider, peaches, pears and strawberries. Farm market: December-May, Monday-Saturday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. June-November, daily, 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Call for hours.

Seventh-gen family farm with 400 organic varieties

2187 Route 32, Modena 845-883-7825

Popular family-friendly tour destination farm. Creative outdoor activities. Schools, camps, youth groups, birthday parties, reunions, senior and company picnics. Featuring jumping pillow, obstacle course, mazes and petting zoos. Cider doughnuts. You-pick apples, pumpkins. Open August-December Christmas trees. See Facebook and website for dates and events.

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Jenkins-Lueken Orchards

Locust Grove Fruit Farm

jlorchards.com

locustgrovefruitfarm.com

Route 299 and Yankee Folly Road, New Paltz 845-255-0999 U-pick berries, U-pick apples and pumpkins. apples and All varieties of apples – pumpkins Northern Spy, Macoun and more. Pears, peaches, cherries, blackberries, raspberries, tomatoes and other vegetables in season. Bakery. Honey and cider produced on the farm. July-late May, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.

Karl Family Farms

2207 State Route 32, Modena karlfamilyfarms.com

Small family-run grass-fed, free-range and pastured meat poultry and egg farm. Our cows, goats and sheep are exclusively grass-fed and our pastured/free-range chickens, pigs, and turkeys receive locally-sourced produce and certified organic and non-gmo grain to supplement their foraging.

Kelder’s Farm

5755 Route 209, Kerhonkson 845-626-7137 keldersfarm.com

U-pick fruits and vegetables – from asparagus and strawberries to apples and pumpkins. Family-friendly farm activities, farm market, CSA, school and camp trips, birthday parties, jumping pillow, corn maze, mini-golf and petting farm. Open May-October daily.

Kerhonkson Farmers Market 30 Cherrytown Road, Kerhonkson 866-600-0859

facebook.com/Kerhonkson-Farmers-Market

Located at the Pine Ridge Dude Ranch. Farmers market every Sunday, June 16-Oct. 13, 9 a.m.-noon.

Kiernan Farm

1308 Bruynswick Road, Gardiner 845-255-5995 kiernanfarm.com

A unique 100 percent Hudson Valley grass-fed beef farm, vineyard and farm wedding venue located beneath the Shawangunk Ridge in Gardiner and on the Shawangunk Wine Trail, where your appetite for superb beef and scenic beauty are gratified. Accessible, child and group friendly. Well-behaved pets allowed. Open year-round. Call ahead.

Kingston Farmers Market

Wall Street, between Main and John streets (summer) Old Dutch Church, Wall Street entrance (winter) Kingston 347-721-7386 kingstonfarmersmarket.org

Named “Best Farmers Market” in 2016 by Hudson Valley magazine. Locally grown and made fruits, vegetables, cheeses, meats, wine, spirits, baked goods and body care products. Open Saturdays, from Mother’s Day weekend-November, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Winter inside Old Dutch Church; alternate Saturdays December-April, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

Liberty View Farm

340 Crescent Ave., Highland 845-399-9545 libertyviewfarm.biz

Very well-known, progressive and beyond organic. Apples, veggies, herbs and flowers. Bed and breakfast. Ag-tourism. Weddings, classes, fundraisers, corporate events and parties. Old farmhouse with great views and gardens, several barns, wooden yurt, farmstand and more.

199 North Road, Milton 845-416-7898

A seventh-generational family farm featuring locally grown farm-fresh Hudson Valley fruits, vegetables and flowers. New this year, now offering hard cider. U-pick. Participates in several green markets. Open September and October, noon-dusk

Maynard Farms

326 River Road, Ulster Park 845-331-6908 maynardfarms.com

U-pick apples, pears and pumpkins. Farmstand with fresh-picked vegetables. Child and group friendly. Open September-October, Saturday-Sunday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

1915 Lucas Ave., Room M7, Cottekill 845-626-1532 rondoutvalleygrowers.org

Nonprofit organization of farmers, community members and businesses working together to strengthen local farms and preserve agricultural open space. Free online and printed Farm and Food Finder includes over 60 great Rondout family farms, and bi-weekly emails feature local farm events. Accessible, child and group friendly. WiFi.

Rosendale Farmers Market

408 Main St., behind Rosendale Theatre, Rosendale 845-658-8348

Facebook: Rosendale Farmers Market, Rosendale

Migliorelli Farm Stand

Sunday, early June-late October, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Fifteen-plus local producers. Live music and kids’ activity area. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly.

migliorellifarm.com

Rowe’s Apiaries

5150 Route 28, Mount Tremper 845-688-2112

Open year-round. Operated by family-run fruit and vegetable farm. Offers an array of farm products.

331 Clifton Ave., Kingston 845-331-4058

Minard’s Family Farm

Wholesale and retail sale of honey and bee products. Daily, March to mid-January, by appointment or chance.

minardsfamilyfarms.com

Sauer Farm

250 Hurds Road, Clintondale 845-325-0222

Pick-your-own apples and pumpkins. Barn market. Minard Safari, hayrides, Apple Express, hay maze, corn maze and face painting. Open Saturdays and Sundays, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Groups by appointment.

New Paltz Open Air Market

Church Street (between Main and Academy Street), New Paltz newpaltzfarmersmarket.org

Open-air Open Sundays, June-October, produce, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Featuring local handmade produce, fruit, meats, cheese, gifts and more baked goods, coffee, flowers, honey, cosmetics, handmade arts and crafts, local nonprofits, community organizations, live music and more.

Old Ford Farm

1359 Old Ford Road, New Paltz 845-248-0956 oldfordfarm.com

Diversified family farm producing raw milk, eggs, meat and vegetables. Educational farm tours by appointment. Self-serve farm store open 24/7.

Phillies Bridge Farm Project

640 Kings Highway, Saugerties 845-246-2725

Homegrown fruits and vegetables in season. Raspberries, sweet corn, strawberries and straw. Fresh eggs. No GMOs. Accessible. Open year-round, daily, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.

Saugerties Farmers Market

115 Main St., Cahill School Parking Lot, Saugerties 845-681-1160 saugertiesfarmersmarket.com

Fresh local seasonal fruits, vegetables, meats, fish, eggs, cheeses, baked goods, specialty products and flowers. Market café. Kids Art Corner. Live music. Special events. Saturdays, May 23-Oct. 31, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

Saunderskill Farms

5100 Route 209, Accord 845-626-2676 saunderskill.com

Country farm market. Homegrown fruits and vegetables. On-site bakery and deli. Greenhouse with assorted annuals and perennials. Gifts and local products. U-pick fruit available. Open April-December, Tuesday-Sunday, 7 a.m.-6 p.m.

45 Phillies Bridge Road, New Paltz 845-256-9108

Seed Song Farm and Center

Visit this organic farm stand for fresh veggies. Open June-October, Tuesday 3:00-6:30 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m.-noon. A wonderful location for your rustic dream wedding. Groups are welcome. Farm summer camp.

seedsongfarm.org

philliesbridge.org

Prospect Hill Orchards

73 Clark’s Lane or 340 Milton Turnpike, Milton 845-795-2383 prospecthillorchards.com

160 Esopus Ave., Kingston 845-383-1528

Sustainably grown vegetables, berries, flowers, herbs, pumpkins and forest products available through a weekly pickup (CSA), u-pick and local farmers’ markets. Daily farmstand (seasonal). Summer camp program, interactive farm animals, adult workshops, birthday parties, seasonal festivals, farm meals and brick oven pizza, open houses with live music and weekend events (June-October).

U-pick: cherries (mid-June-July); peaches (July-August); apples, pears and pumpkins (mid-September-mid-October). Special events. Picnic area. Child and pet friendly. Open seasonally, Saturday-Sunday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. GPS: 340 Milton Turnpike, Milton (for cherries and peaches); 73 Clark’s Lane, Milton (for apples).

Sheeley’s Farm Stand

Ravenwood

Stone Ridge Orchard

ravenwoodny.com

stoneridgeorchard.us

39 Ravenwood Road, Olivebridge 845-657-4092

Organic farmstand, barn dinner series, café, design showcase and Ravenwood’s own maple syrup.

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2752 Lucas Turnpike, Accord 845-687-4497

Old-fashioned country farmstand with unsprayed produce. Accessible. Greenhouse open in May, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., for bedding and vegetable plants. Farmstand is open July-September, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. 3120 Route 213, Stone Ridge 845-687-2587 (stand), 845-266-3979 (office)

U-pick apples (September-November), raspberries, pumpkins, cherries, organic vegetables and fruit. Fresh cider, local farm products, hayrides and school tours. Open weekends June, July, August and November; daily September-October.


Vinny’s Farm Market

Corey’s Sugar Shack

sunfrostfarms.com

Facebook: Vinny’s Farm Market, Saugerties

coreysfarm.com

217 Tinker St. (Route 212), Woodstock 845-679-6690

Organic and conventional wholesale and retail fruits and vegetables. Juice bar, greenhouses, herb garden and cut flowers. Prepared food items to go, local dairy products and homemade pies. Open yearround, daily, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.

Tantillo’s Farm Market 730 Route 208, Gardiner 845-256-9109 tantillosfarm.com

U-pick apples, sweet and sour cherries, tomatoes and pumpkins. Fruits and vegetables picked daily. Soft-serve ice cream and ice cream cakes. Raffaela’s homemade fruit pies, desserts, breads, jams and jellies. Food platters. Open May to mid-December, daily, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.

The Apple Bin Farm Market

810 Broadway (Route 9W), Ulster Park 845-339-7229 theapplebinfarmmarket.com

U-pick apples (October). Family-run market. Homegrown seasonal fruit. Fresh baked goods, pies, coffee, honey, maple syrup and gourmet items. Breakfast and lunch sandwiches. Holiday items. Accessible side entrance. March-Dec. 31, daily 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m. except some holidays.

The Lo Farm

187 Plains Road, New Paltz 914-391-6553

taliaferrofarms.comthelofarm.com

Certified organic family farm. Farm store open to the public offering our vegetables, fruits and flowers along with local milk, eggs, cheese and meats. Become a Farm Member and enjoy U-Pick strawberries, blueberries and much more. Child and group friendly. Visit our website for more details.

Trapani Farms

700 Lattintown Road, Milton 845-795-5607, 845-797-6917

Facebook: Trapani Farms and CSA, Milton

Locally grown produce. Raspberries, blackberries, gooseberries, red currants, plums, nectarines, cherries, peaches, apricots, pears and a wide selection of apples and vegetables. U-pick berries and flowers. Accessible, child, group and pet friendly. Open June-October, Thursday-Sunday. Call for availability.

Tremper Hill Farms

5224 Route 28 (Corner of Route 212 and Route 28) Mount Tremper 845-688-3102

Facebook: Tremper Hill Farms, Mount Tremper

Family-owned and operated farm stand. Seasonal fruits Fresh and local fruits and and u-pick berries vegetables, meats, fish and and flowers dairy products as well as local baked goods, pies, cookies, brownies, organic bread, local maple syrup and honey, coffee, tea and seasonal items like flowers, plants, pumpkins and holiday baskets.

Twin Star Orchards

155 N. Ohioville Road, New Paltz 845-633-8657 twinstarorchards.com

Twin Star Orchards has over 200 acres of apple orchards with ponds, open spaces and outdoor seating, casual dining with wood-fired burgers and Neapolitan pizza as well as a tasting room where guests can try award-winning Brooklyn Cider House Cider hard ciders. U-pick apples, natural hard cider tasting room, wood-fired pizza and burger pavilion, fresh baked goods, seasonal produce and New York cider, wine and spirits. Child, pet and group friendly. Check website for days and hours open.

3689 Route 32, Saugerties 845-532-2012

Fresh local fruits and vegetables, homemade baked goods, old-fashioned jar goods and quality flowers. Open seven days a week, 8 a.m.-6 p.m.

Wallkill View Farm Market

105 Hawley’s Corners Road, Highland 845-943-8013

Corey’s Sugar Shack is a family-owned and operated farm providing a fun and educational experience for the entire family. Open for the Maple Weekends in March or by appointment.

15 Route 299 W., New Paltz 845-255-8050, 845-255-3432

Frost Valley YMCA

Fresh fruits and vegetables. Bakery. Garden center: annuals, perennials and bulk mulch. U-pick pumpkins. Corn maze and hay wagon rides. Christmas trees, poinsettias and wreaths. Accessible, child, group and pet friendly (outside of market). Open March-December, daily, 9 a.m.-6:30 p.m.

frostvalley.org

wallkillviewfarmmarket.com

2000 Frost Valley Road, Claryville 845-985-2291

Experience maple sugaring and learning all about the process firsthand at Frost Valley’s Maple Sugar House in the Catskills, the heart of sugar maple country. Participates in New York State Maple Weekend.

Weed Orchards & Winery

High Point Mountain Maple Syrup

weedorchards.com

Maple products can be purchased year-round.

43 Mount Zion Road, Marlboro 845-236-2684

U-pick apples, peaches, plums, grapes, pumpkins and vegetables. Cider, pies and donuts. Special events. Picnic and children’s play areas. Farm animals. Open August-October, weekdays, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Westwind Orchard & Cidery 215 Lower Whitfield Road, Accord 845-626-0659 westwindorchard.com

Cidery and tasting room, serving pizza, Italian food and cider from first Thursday of April to second Sunday of December. Open every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Pick-your-own fruit from end of August to mid-October.

Wilklow Orchards

341 Pancake Hollow Road, Highland 845-691-2339 wilkloworchards.com

75 Whispell Road, West Shokan 845-332-3579 (cell)

Lyonsville Sugarhouse

591 Ulster County Route 2 (KrumvilleKripplebush Road), Accord 845-687-2518 Facebook: LyonsvilleSugarhouseFarm

Tours available by appointment, mid-February to April. Products available year-round. Monday-Sunday.

Marty’s Maple Products Farm 52 Bell Lane, West Shokan 845-417-8448, 845-657-8841

Log cabin sugar house, old-fashioned tea and lemonade made with maple syrup. Free samples, maple popcorn, apples in maple syrup and maple donuts. Maple equipment on display. Tapping demonstration during Maple Weekends in March. Over 40 years producing syrup. Follow signs to sugar house.

U-pick apples and pumpkins. Vegetables, fruits and cider. Open Labor Day-Oct. 31, daily, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.

New Beginnings Farmstead

Windwood Farms

newbeginningsfarmstead.com

1631 Route 44/55, Clintondale 845-597-5656

Facebook: Windwood Farms, Clintondale

Fresh eggs, chicken, duck, turkey, fresh vegetables in June-September. Local honey, maple syrup, free-range chicken weekly. Fresh made pickles. Monday-Saturday 7 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sunday 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Accessible. Child, pet and group friendly.

Woodstock Farm Festival

Municipal Parking Lot, 90 Rock City Road, Woodstock woodstockfarmfestival.org

Fresh local produce, foods and products. All things local, outdoor dining, live music, special events for children and adults, community and, of course, peace, love and fun. Open May 29-Oct. 16, Wednesday, 3:30 p.m.-dusk, rain or shine.

Wrights Farm

2585 Route 209, Kingston 845-430-8521

Award-winning maple syrup is produced in the sugar shack the old-fashioned way. The sap is boiled late into the night in the wood-fired homemade evaporator. Working farm with sheep and chickens and an expanding apiary with honey that took first place at the Ulster County Fair. Participates in New York State Maple Weekend in March.

Oliverea School House Maple Syrup 609 Oliverea Road, Oliverea 845-254-5296

State-of-the-art maple farm 4,000 taps with over 4,000 taps in the and year-round Catskill Mountains. Tours syrup sales available by appointment. Syrup sold year-round. Products sold at Woodstock Farm Festival, Whole Foods Market and shops in the region including Hannaford and Old Ford Farm Stand. Child, pet and group friendly.

699 State Route 208, Gardiner 845-255-5300

Platte Creek Maple Farm

U-pick apples and cherries. Fruits, vegetables, cider, honey and maple syrup. Pies, apple cider donuts, breads, jams and apple butter. Bedding plants and hanging baskets. Seasoned apple wood. Accessible, child, pet friendly. Open September-October, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Visit the Gardiner Brewing Company, our farm brewery.

Facebook: Platte Creek Maple Farm, Saugerties

eatapples.com

MAPLE SUGAR FARMS Beechford Maple

10 Beechford Drive, Boiceville 845-657-2897

Small scale. Large production.

808 Glasco Turnpike, Saugerties 845-853-4240

Active maple sugaring operation along Plattekill Creek. On-site tapping of maple trees; sugar shack with evaporator. Syrup sold year-round. Tours in mid-February to early April. By appointment.

Sugar Brook Maple Farm

351 Samsonville Road, Kerhonkson 845-594-2843 Facebook: Sugar Brook Maple Farm, Kerhonkson

Tours available March through mid-April. Maple products and equipment can be purchased year-round. Call ahead.

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Craft Beverages

ake a flight of fancy – and flavor – on a tasting tour of the Hudson Valley, the first wine-producing region in the United States. Here, wineries and distilleries, cideries and breweries transform local bounty into full-bodied vintages, fine spirits, effervescent ciders, and craft brews. Traipse Ulster County’s wine, beer and distillery trails to tour the facilities and savor sample flights of artisanal beverages, rooted both in age-old traditions and innovative new methods. Raise your glass to locally-sourced wine lists, relive your favorite flights at local bars, and then take home a souvenir only Ulster County could produce. The Falcon, Marlboro

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New Paltz Brewing Co. - Pfälzerbräu

Kettleborough Cider House

Arrowood Farms

newpaltzbrewing.com

Facebook: Kettleborough, New Paltz

7174 Route 209, Wawarsing 845-419-3040

236 Lower Whitfield Road, Accord 845-253-0389 arrowoodfarms.com

Creating true New York State craft beer in small batches with organic hops and grain grown on the farm, while raising ducks, pigs, sheep and bees in the process. 3B Church St., New Paltz 845-255-0389 arrowoodfarms.com

Right off Main Street in New Paltz is the craft brewery taproom by Arrowood Farm Brewery. Serving draft, bottles, cans, and crafted cocktails with New York state spirits, wines and a delicious tapas menu. Cozy indoor space and scenic outdoor deck. Trivia on Wednesdays. Open Wednesday-Sunday.

Clemson Bros. Brewery - New Paltz 3 Main St., New Paltz 845-256-1700 clemsonbrewing.com

An award-winning brewery serving house brews, pub fare and the best views in New Paltz. Open Sunday-Thursday, 11:00 a.m.-9 p.m. (kitchen closes at 8:30 p.m.); Friday-Saturday, 11:00 a.m.-12:00 a.m. (kitchen closes at 10 p.m.) Extended hours during summer and fall months.

Gardiner Brewing Company 845-255-5300

gardinerbrewingcompany.com

Rough Cut Brewing Company 5945 Route 44/55, Kerhonkson 845-626-9838 roughcutbrewing.com

Arrowood Farms Outpost

Wright’s Farm 699 Route 208, Gardiner

Nestled in the Shawangunk Mountains, New Paltz Brewing Co. is a top art craft brewery of the New York State beer scene. Check Facebook for tap room opening hours.

Brewed from homegrown ingredients

Farm brewery with beers made from homegrown crops. Tap room open weekends 3-7 p.m. Live music every Saturday and Sunday.

Great Life Brewing

75 Clarendon Ave., Kingston 845-331-3700 greatlifebrewing.com

Nestled in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains, crafting good beer, food and times. Open Monday, Thursday, Sunday, 4-9 p.m.; Friday-Saturday, 4-10 p.m. Closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

The Brewery at Bacchus 4 S. Chestnut St., New Paltz 845-255-8636 thebreweryatbacchus.com

This three-barrel brewery is housed in the back of Bacchus Restaurant in New Paltz. Visit for tastings, to fill growlers and to be a part of their limited bottle releases. Restaurant and brewery open Monday-Friday, noon-2 a.m., Saturday-Sunday, 11 a.m.-3 a.m.

Woodstock Brewing

5581 Route 28, Phoenicia 845-688-0054 drinkwoodstock.com

Handcrafted beer from the heart of the Catskill Mountains. Open Thursday 3-10 p.m., Friday 2-10 p.m., Saturday, noon-10 p.m.; Sunday, noon-9 p.m.; Monday, 3-8 p.m.; Tuesday-Wednesday closed.

Yard Owl Craft Brewery 19 Osprey Lane, Gardiner 845-633-8576 yardowlcraftbrewery.com

Two brewmasters come together to create an old European style in the new world of brewing using only the best ingredients in every batch with attention to detail by four hands. Open Friday-Sunday, 3-7 p.m.

Offering hand-crafted beer with distribution throughout the Mid-Hudson Valley and a new taproom open Friday-Saturday, 5-10 p.m.; Sunday, 1-6 p.m.

CIDERIES

Hudson Ale Works

badseedhardcider.com

17 Milton Ave., Highland 845-384-2531 hudsonaleworks.com

A locally-owned craft brewery in Highland. Food, wine and cider provided by local vendors. Close to the Walkway Over the Hudson and Hudson Valley Rail Trail.

Keegan Ales

20 St. James St., Kingston 845-331-BREW (2739) keeganales.com

Live music Thursday-Sunday, usually no cover. Open Sunday, 1-8 p.m.; Tuesday, 4-10 p.m.; Wednesday, 4-11 p.m.; Thursday, 4-11:30 p.m.; Friday-Saturday, 11:30 a.m.-midnight. (Kitchen closes Tuesday-Saturday at 10 p.m.) Closed Mondays.

Kingston Standard Brewing Co.

Bad Seed Cider Company 43 Baileys Gap Road, Highland 845-236-0956

Making ciders from 100 percent fresh-pressed apples grown on a sixth-generation family farm with no alchemy used. Tap room, tours and tasting, weddings and private parties. Tap room open Saturday-Sunday, noon-6 p.m.

Brooklyn Cider House at Twin Star Orchards

155 N. Ohioville Road, New Paltz 845-633-8657 brooklynciderhouse.com

Enjoy elegant, natural hard ciders, wood-fired pizza and burgers plus homemade apple cider doughnuts on weekends. Farmstand with fresh produce and locally-sourced specialty products. Open April to early November, Thursday-Sunday.

Hudson Valley Farmhouse Cider

22 Jansen Ave., Kingston 845-853-8152

Stone Ridge Orchard 3120 Route 213, Stone Ridge 845-687-2587 (stand), 845-266-3979 (office)

Homebrewed, small-batch beer alongside New York wine and cider. Food is pared down to a handful of dishes. Thursday-Friday, 4-8 p.m., Saturday noon-8 p.m., Sunday noon-7 p.m.

Commitment to ecological growing and the production of highly-flavored fruit. Tasting room at Stone Ridge Orchard welcomes visitors.

kingstonstandard.com

277 Route 208, New Paltz 845-255-7717

A small-batch, craft cidery using 100 percent Dressel Farms’ apples. Open weekends Memorial Day to Thanksgiving. Hours vary by season.

Locust Grove Brewing Co. North Road, Milton 845-416-7898

locustgrovefruitfarm.com

Ulster County’s newest cidery

New cidery opened in the fall of 2019 near Locust Grove Fruit Farm.

Weed Orchards & Winery 43 Mount Zion Road, Marlboro 845-236-7848 weedorchards.com

Enjoy a large craft beer selection, homegrown hard cider and local wine. Great food, live music every weekend and a beautiful view of the Marlboro Mountains. Call or check website for winery and café hours.

Westwind Orchard & Cidery 215 Lower Whitfield Road, Accord 845-626-0659 westwindorchard.com

Ciders are unfiltered and contain no added sulfites, carbon dioxide or sugar. Produced using local cider apples. Tasting room serving pizza, Italian food and cider open from first Thursday in April to second Sunday in December. U-pick fruit mid-August to October.

Yankee Folly Cidery

69 Yankee Folly Road, New Paltz 845-419-9222 yankeefollycidery.com

Producing a premium, crisp, clean, refreshing, hard cider that is grown, blended, fermented and bottled at the cidery. Tastings from spring to Christmas in the farm store. Located at Jenkins-Lueken Orchards. Call for hours.

DISTILLERIES Coppersea Distilling

239 Springtown Road, New Paltz 845-444-1044 coppersea.com

An award-winning farm distillery in the Hudson Valley crafting fine whiskey and eau de vie from locally-sourced grain and fruit. Check website for hours.

Gardiner Liquid Mercantile 128 Main St., Gardiner 845-633-8764

gardinerliquidmercantile.com

Produce their own spirits and also operate as a Main Street farm shop, cafe and bar. Open daily: Monday, Wednesday, 4:30-11 p.m.; Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 4:30-11 p.m.; Saturday, noon-12:30 a.m.; Sunday, 11 a.m-9 p.m.

Stoutridge Winery & Distillery 10 Ann Kaley Lane, Marlboro 845-236-7620 stoutridge.com

Open year-round for tastings of award-winning wines and spirits and tours. Accessible, pet and group friendly. Open Friday-Sunday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.

hudsonvalleyfarmhousecider.com

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BREWERIES AND MICROBREWERIES


Hetta Glogg

85 Broadway, Kingston 845-216-4801 hettaglogg.com

Scandinavian tap room serving small bites, craft beers and their own Hetta Glögg. Open Saturday 2-7 p.m. See website to find retailers that carry Hetta Glögg.

Magnanini Winery & Restaurant 172 Strawridge Road, Wallkill 845-895-2767 magwine.com

Artisanal wine Artisanal wines and grappas. and grappa Wine tastings, Saturday, 6-7 p.m.; tastings Sunday, noon-1 p.m. Northern Italian-style restaurant open on Saturday, 7 p.m.; Sunday, 1 p.m. by phone reservation only. Live accordion music with each seating. Accessible, group friendly and well-supervised children. Tasting room and restaurant open AprilDecember. Weddings and events at winery.

Whitecliff Vineyard & Winery

Nostrano Vineyards

331 McKinstry Road, Gardiner 845-255-4613

14 Gala Lane, Milton 845-795-5473

whitecliffwine.com

Award-winning winery producing chardonnay, seyval blanc, cabernet franc, pinot noir and others. High-quality wine and tasting experience. Spectacular views of the Shawangunks. Accessible, pet friendly. WiFi. Open June-October, daily; February-May and November-December, Thursday-Monday; January, weekends.

nostranovineyards.com

The Hudson House & Distillery

Brimstone Hill Winery

Four-generation family of fruit growing in the Hudson Valley. Weddings and private events. Vineyard space available May-October. Tasting room open April-December, Friday-Sunday, noon-5 p.m.; February and March, Saturdays, noon-5 p.m. Closed January. Note during wedding season (May-October), responses may take up to 48 hours.

info@thehudsonhouseny.com thehudsonhouseny.com

brimstonehillwinery.com

Robibero Winery

1835 Route 9W, West Park 845-834-6007

High above the magnificent Hudson River, this former 100-plus-year-old waterfront monastery has been renovated into a unique craft distillery, event venue and tasting room. The Hudson House & Distillery welcomes you to a unique experience in the Hudson Valley. Tasting Room open daily 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Bar/Lounge open Friday and Saturday 5-10 p.m. Located on the Hudson River waterfront. Fireplace. Meeting/Conference facilities for up to 200 people.

Tuthilltown Spirits Distillery 14 Grist Mill Lane, Gardiner 845-419-2964 tuthilltown.com

New York’s first distillery since Prohibition and the legendary home of Hudson Whiskey. Offering tours, tastings, crafted cocktails and a gift shop featuring distillery exclusive products. Open year-round, Thursday-Saturday noon-8 p.m. and Sunday-Wednesday noon-6 p.m.

61 Brimstone Hill Road, Pine Bush 845-744-2231

A family-operated winery specializing in French-style wines. Known for its dry red wines and sweet white wines. Open year-round: Memorial Day-Columbus Day, Friday-Monday; rest of the year, open Saturday-Sunday, 11:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

Brunel & Rafael Winery 180 South St., Marlboro 845-306-5450 brunelandrafael.com

Chardonnay, pinot noir and their signature wine, the fragrant Gewurztraminer. Tasting room is in a century-old home. Accessible. Open April-December, Saturday-Sunday, noon-5 p.m.; September-October, Friday-Sunday, noon-5 p.m.

742 Broadway (Route 9W), Ulster Park 845-331-8642 elpasowinery.com

Strawberry, Chocolate and chocolate and Wine Festivals offer tastings wine pairing of dozens of wines paired with three delicious desserts on select weekends from April through October. Open April-December, Thursday-Sunday, noon-5 p.m.

All New York State wines: cabernet, merlot, chardonnay and sauvignon blanc. Dry, semi and sweet wines produced, bottled and sold at the winery. Free tastings. Gift shop. Accessible, child and group friendly. Closed January-March. Open Thursday-Sunday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.

Benmarl Winery

40 Mountain Road, Marlboro 845-236-3265

benmarl.com

Vineyards and winery situated high on a hill overlooking the vineyards, Hudson River and beyond. Open April-October, Sunday-Thursday, noon-6 p.m., Friday-Saturday, noon-8 p.m. with brick oven pizza on weekends; November-December, open seven days a week, noon-6 p.m. January-March, Thursday-Sunday, noon-5 p.m. or by appointment. Closed major holidays.

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1519 Route 9W, Marlboro 845-236-3651 kedemwinery.com

Shawangunk Wine Trail

El Paso Winery

156 Highland Ave., Marlboro 845-236-4265

Royal Wine Corporation (Kedem)

cereghinosmith.com

2583 Route 32, Bloomington 845-334-8282

Baldwin Vineyards

Strawberry,

Family-owned, family-operated, family feel. Come taste their award-winning wines and discover why they are often referred to as the hidden gem of the Hudson Valley. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. WiFi. Open May-October, daily; November-December, Thursday-Monday. Last tasting 5:30 p.m.

Cereghino Smith

WINERIES

baldwinvineyards.com

rnewyorkwine.com

Enjoy free wine tastings in the newly-refurbished tasting room. Patio area. Open Sunday-Thursday. Closed on various holidays. Call for parties.

Unique local winery producing artisanal and handcrafted wines. Open year-round, by appointment and weather permitting. Group friendly up to 12 people. WiFi. Call first.

176 Hardenburgh Road, Pine Bush 845-744-2226

714 Albany Post Road, New Paltz 845-255-WINE (9463)

Glorie Farm Winery gloriewine.com

Drink in the spectacular, panoramic view of the Hudson Valley while tasting their finely-crafted award-winning wines made from estate-grown grapes and fruit. Group and child friendly. WiFi. Open April-August and November-December, 11:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m., September-October open to 6 p.m. Also open Fridays in October.

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Ulster County 845-256-8456

gunkswine.com

Fifteen award-winning wineries along an 80-mile route hosting seasonal events in the heart of the Hudson Valley. Hudson Valley Wine Tasting Passport: valid Jan. 1-Aug.31; Wreath Fineries at the Wineries: Nov. 21-22, Dec. 5-6, 12-13. Check individual wineries for accessibility, WiFi. Child and pet policies.

Stoutridge Winery & Distillery 10 Ann Kaley Lane, Marlboro 845-236-7620 stoutridge.com

Open year-round for tastings of award-winning wines and spirits and tours featuring a new craft distillery on-site in addition to the state-of-the-art winery. Accessible, pet and group friendly. Open Friday-Sunday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.

Weed Orchards & Winery 43 Mount Zion Road, Marlboro 845-236-7848 weedorchards.com

After five generations of growing fruits and vegetables, they decided to open a winery. Enjoy a large craft beer selection, homegrown hard cider and local wine. Great food and live music every weekend, plus a beautiful view of the Marlboro Mountains.


Craft Beverages

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Arts & Culture

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merica’s creativity flourishes in the birthplace of the Hudson River School, where fine arts meet the performing arts and culture thrives in museums and exhibits. Hunt down treasures in cozy antique shops and discover a new favorite piece at eclectic galleries. Catch a festival, a concert, a show, or a production at area theaters, performing arts centers, concert halls and playhouses. Map a path along the arts trail and through outdoor sculpture installations. And, when inspiration strikes, get hands-on with workshops that explore everything from ceramics and painting, to dance and hand-blown glass.

Opus 40 Sculpture Park and Museum, Saugerties

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ANTIQUES

Exit Nineteen

Memorabilia

Antiques Barn at Water Street Market

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Antiques, collectibles, jewelry, glassware, furniture, lighting, art, gifts and more. Seasonal. Call ahead for hours.

waterstreetmarket.com

Multi-dealer, two-story “barn” with an affordable mix of furniture, jewelry, pottery and glass, an antiquer’s heaven alongside the Wallkill River, just minutes from the New York State Thruway. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly and WiFi. Open year-round, daily, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Antiques on Main

Water Street Market, 10 Main St., New Paltz 845-255-3976

waterstreetmarket.com/stores/antiques-on-main

Multi-dealer shop with a mix of antique and vintage furniture, clothing, jewelry, glass and pottery. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. Open year-round, daily, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.

Blue Barn Marketplace

7053 Route 28, Shandaken 845-688-2161, 845-532-4601

Facebook: Blue Barn Marketplace, Shandaken

Multi-dealer market place including vintage clothing, objects d’art, retro, modern, furniture and antiques. Over 5,000 square feet of one-of-a-kind, well-priced finds is worth the trip. Seasonal hours, Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Year-round hours, Friday-Monday, noon-5 p.m.

Boulevard Attic

400 Blvd., Kingston 845-339-6316

Facebook: Boulevard Attic, Kingston

Specializing in mid-century antiques and home furnishings. Also interior decorating services. Open Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sunday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.

Fed-On Lights Antiques 34 Market St., Saugerties 845-246-8444 fedonlights.com

Specializing in 19th- and 20th-century lighting and plumbing fixtures, claw foot tubs, marble top sinks, architectural, furniture and general line. Two floors of antiques. Lamp repairs. Child and group friendly. Open Friday-Monday, noon-5:30 p.m.

From Europe to You

2910 Route 9W, Saugerties 845-246-7274 fromeuropetoyou.com

One of the largest importers of antique and architectural items in New York State. Open year-round, Monday-Saturday, 8 a.m.- 5 p.m.

Grace Antiques

81 N. Main St., Ellenville 917-975-2728 grace81.com

Situated in the village of Ellenville’s historic district, a lovingly curated fine antiques and art showroom. Offering furniture, home décor, crystal, artwork, silver, toys and more. Extensive collection can be viewed online. Open Friday-Sunday, noon-5 p.m. and by appointment.

Eclectic mix of used furniture, housewares and collectibles. Open year-round, Thursday-Monday, 11a.m.-5 p.m.

Green

Childhood Memories

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1614 Route 212, Saugerties 845-246-5236

Antiques, collectibles and dolls. Open April-December. Call ahead.

Cloudspinners Antiques

92 Partition St., Saugerties 845-418-3270

Mid-century modern furniture and home furnishings, artists’ furniture, industrial furniture and lighting, fine art and unique gifts. Everything recycled or sustainable. Design resources. Open Sunday-Thursday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m.-8 p.m.

12 Elm St., off Route 28, Pine Hill 845-254-4838

Hartmann Antiques

Antiques and period lighting. Open year-round, Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and by appointment.

hartmannantiques.com

3038 Route 28, Shokan 845-657-6366, 845-657-7365

Arts & Culture

10 Main St., New Paltz 845-255-1403

309 Wall St., Kingston 845-514-2485

Mezzanine Antiques

79 Lower Broadway, Kingston 845-399-2902 mezzanine.us

Eclectic shop in historic Rondout waterfront, specializing in vintage, antique and mid-century jewelry, art, ceramics and home décor. Hours by appointment.

Milne’s Antiques & Design 81 Broadway, Kingston 845-331-3902 milneinc.com

Specializing in 18th-, 19th- and early 20th-century antiques and custom design elements for your modern home. Accessible. Open year-round. Visit Instagram @milneantiquesanddesign

Mower’s Saturday/Sunday Flea Market 11 Maple Lane, Woodstock 845-679-6744

mowerssaturdayfleamarket.com

Now in its 43rd year. Organic produce, antiques, collectibles and much more. Open May-November, weather permitting, Saturdays and Sundays.

Mystery Spot Antiques 72 Main St., Phoenicia 845-688-7868

mysteryspotantiques.com; Instagram: @MysterySpotAntiques

The “Catskills’ Odditorium” has seven rooms packed with Unusual gifts, antiques, vintage clothing, antiques and mid-century modern, vinyl oddities records, antiquarian art books, rusticalia, found objects, paintings and oddities. Open April-November, weekends and some holidays, 11 a.m.-5 p.m., with extended summer days and hours. (Please contact first if coming from a distance to confirm hours.) Child, pet and group friendly.

1033 Hoagerburg Road, Wallkill 845-895-2672

Newberry Antiques Co-Op

Country Heritage Antiques

Large old red barn with two floors of untouched and refinished antiques. Pine and cherry country furniture plus collectibles. Accessible, child and pet friendly. Open by appointment.

countryheritageantiques.com

Jenkinstown Antiques

Saugerties’ largest and most varied antique shop, with 5,000 square feet of quality antiques and vintage furniture, lamps, books, china and glassware. Open year-round, Wednesday-Monday, 11 a.m.- 5 p.m.

cloudspinners.com

112 Maple Ave., Route 302, Pine Bush 845-800-8955

Quality 18th- and 19th-century furniture and accessories, including armoires, cupboards, desks, dressers, chairs, tables, china cabinets, bookcases, curios and more. Open year-round. Call for hours.

Craftsmen’s Gallery 48 Route 214, Phoenicia 845-688-2100

Custom-made furniture and antiques in the style of the Arts and Crafts movement. Open year-round, weekends, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. or by appointment.

D&H Canal Sunday Market

Grady Park, Route 213, High Falls 845-687-2000 canalmuseum.org

Antiques and collectibles from local artisans. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. Open April-November, Sundays, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., weather permitting.

236 Main St., Saugerties 845-246-9106

520 Route 32 S., New Paltz 845-255-4876

Old Brick House Antiques

Country and formal furniture, paintings and accessories. Buying, selling and appraising antiques and art at this address since 1974. Four miles south of town, just past Locust Lawn Museum. Accessible. Child friendly. Open year-round, weekends and anytime by chance or appointment.

“Old Brick House Antiques and Stuff” on Facebook. Something for everyone to enjoy. Americana, art, country, ephemera, furniture, glass, primitives and textiles. WiFi. Open May-October, weekends and holidays, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Any other time by appointment.

jenkinstownantiques.com

5858 Route 209, Kerhonkson 845-626-5206

JMW Auction Service

On the Hill Antiques at Skillypot

jmwauction.com

Facebook: On the Hill Antiques at Skillypot, Kingston

612 Washington Ave., Kingston 845-389-1933

One call sells it all. Single items, collections and estates. In business 40 years. Accessible. Child, pet and group friendly. WiFi.

Kingston Consignments & Antiques 66 N. Front St., Kingston 845-481-5759

Facebook: Kingston Consignments, Kingston

Two floors of quality used and antique furniture, lamps, rugs, smalls, clothing, art, mid-century modern and the list goes on. Open seven days. Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sunday 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

41 Broadway, Kingston 845-338-6779

Fun and fabulous antique shop filled with hidden treasures and “just becauses.” Located in the Rondout Historic District. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. Open year-round. Summer hours: Monday-Thursday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sunday, noon-6 p.m. Winter hours: Thursday-Monday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

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Outback Antiques

Wallkill River House

Arts Society of Kingston

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thewallkillriverhouse.com

askforarts.org

72 Hurley Ave., Kingston 845-331-4481

Specializing in vintage clothing, linens and lace. Accessible. Group friendly. Open April 1-Dec. 31, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Closed Tuesdays and Sundays. Jan. 1-March 31, by appointment only and 24-hour notice.

Red Dog Antiques

1947 Samsonville Road, Olivebridge 845-657-8895

35 Wallkill Ave., Wallkill 845-895-1410

Our unique country store in historic circa 1850 carriage house. Antiques, country furniture, home décor and textiles including window treatments and lighting. Fall Festival in September. Holiday open house in November. Open September-December, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; January-August, Thursday, Friday, Saturday 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Closed Sunday.

Open year-round, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. January-April 1, weekends only. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly.

Zaborski Emporium

Roberson’s Auctions

19 Recreation Park Road, Pine Bush 845-283-1587

Architectural salvage, antiques and collectibles – 40,000 feet full to the rafters. Child, pet and group friendly. WiFi. Open year-round, Wednesday-Saturday, 11a.m.- 5 p.m.; Sunday, 1-5 p.m. or by appointment.

Estate and consignment auctions; tag sales. Accessible. Child and group friendly. Open May-November.

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Rose Hill Antiques

5066 Route 209, Accord 845-626-7155 rosehillantiques.com

Buying and selling antiques and collectibles, 1,500-square feet of 19th- and early 20th-century antiques and mid-century furniture. Something for everyone. Open year-round, Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

Saugerties Antiques Center 220 Main St., Saugerties 845-246-8234

saugertiesantiquecenter.com

An eclectic mix of antiques, collectibles, vintage clothing and art, fine-estate jewelry, fine art, mid-century decoration at wholesale-geared prices. Open daily, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

Stan’z Used Items and Antiques 743 Ulster Ave., Kingston 845-331-7579

Established in 1962. An eclectic mix of anything you could be looking for. Open year-round, Tuesday-Saturday, 11a.m.-4 p.m.

Stone Ridge Antiques

3653 Route 209 (Main Street), Stone Ridge 845-687-7400

A wealth of treasure, from antiques, collectibles, art, oddities, furnishings, artifacts, crafts, iron and architectural items. Friday-Monday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. or by appointment.

Van Deusen House Antiques 59 Main St., Hurley 845-331-8852

vandeusenhouse.com

27 Hoffman St. Kingston 845-338-6465 stanthejunkman.com

Arts Society of Kingston 97 Broadway, Kingston 845-338-0333 askforarts.org

Art gallery, performance space, classes, workshops and more. Open year-round. Tuesday-Saturday, 1-6 p.m. First Saturday art openings, 5-8 p.m. Accessible, child and group friendly.

Cornell Creative Arts Center 129 Cornell St., Kingston 845-797-4054

info@cornellcreativeartscenter.com cornellcreativeartscenter.com

The Cornell Creative Arts Center seeks to display artwork that connects to Supports the community, people with artists with intellectual and developmental disabilities disabilities – pieces that touch on the topic of mental health and wellbeing, or any other inclusive artwork.

Wiltwyck Quilters Guild Kingston

wiltwyckquilters.org

Organization to preserve tradition and history of quilt making, foster awareness of creative innovation in the art of quilt making and promote and sponsor interest and appreciation of quilt making.

Woodstock School of Art 2470 Route 212, Woodstock 845-679-2388 woodstockschoolofart.org

Year-round classes in drawing, painting, sculpture and printmaking. Beginners welcome. No entrance requirements. Art gallery open to the public. Tuesday-Saturday, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

Located in the center of Olde Hurley with its many charming and picturesque pre-revolutionary stone houses. Country and formal furnishings, early porcelain, glass, Orientals, tools and paper ephemera. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. Open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Call to be sure.

GALLERIES

Vintage Modern

shandakenart.com

70 Tinker St., Woodstock 917-903-3153

Mid-century modern furniture, lamps and lighting, fine art and vintage pottery. Antique metal toys, cast iron mechanical banks, old trains, vintage Bakelite jewelry and old pawn Native American silver and turquoise rings.

Art Info Depot at Mount Tremper Train Station 5408 Route 28, Mount Tremper 845-688-2977

An outdoor art park for train lovers hosted by Rail Explorers. Big, colorful, glowing sculptures and a modern art micro-museum in the historic railroad station.

ARTBAR Gallery

674 Broadway, Kingston 845-338-2789 artbargallery.com

All facets of fine arts in a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere where you can enjoy art with family and friends. Accessible. Wine bar. Event space available.

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97 Broadway, Kingston 845-338-0333

Art gallery, performance space, classes, workshops and more. Open year-round. Tuesday-Saturday, 1-6 p.m. First Saturday art openings, 5-8 p.m.

Bailey Pottery Equipment 62 Tenbroeck Ave., Kingston 845-339-3721 baileypottery.com

World-renowned manufacturer of pottery equipment and supplies with a 500-piece collection of ceramic art on view Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. and First Saturdays Kingston.

Bradford Graves Sculpture Park 28 Doggums Way, Kerhonkson 845-230-0521 bradfordgravessculpturepark.com

Showcases over 200 works of a man who worked primarily Over 200 in stone and possessed a deep outdoor and unyielding fascination with sculptures archaeology and all things of this earth. Sculpture for sale. Wedding and fashion photoshoots welcome. Open May to late October, appointment only. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. WiFi.

Broadway Arts

694 Broadway, Kingston 845-481-4089

Facebook: Broadway Arts, Kingston

Includes gallery space, graphic design, branding, murals, art therapy, signage, spoken word, vinyl, silkscreen, illustration, clothing design, art classes and more. We Got The Juice @ Broadway Arts juice bar and cafe located in the gallery.

Center for Photography at Woodstock 59 Tinker St., Woodstock 845-679-9957 cpw.org

Contemporary photography and related media. Exhibitions, gallery talks, workshops, permanent print collection, library, services and programs for artists. Accessible. Open year-round, Thursday-Sunday, noon-5 p.m. or by appointment.

Crafts People

262 Spillway Road, West Hurley 845-331-3859 craftspeople.us

The largest collection of handcrafts in the Hudson Valley displaying pottery, glass, jewelry, wood and fiber. Open Friday-Monday, 10:30 a.m.-6 p.m. from mid-April to mid-January.

Cronin Gallery - Artist Ryan Cronin 10 Main St., New Paltz 845-430-8470 cronartusa.com

Offering a mix of bold works of contemporary art and a collection of merchandise designed by artist Ryan Cronin. Shop online and visit in the New Paltz location and experience what it means to “be part of the art.”

Cross Contemporary Art 31 OakLedge Park, Saugerties 845-399-9751 crosscontemporaryart.com

Exhibiting mid-career and established artists of the Hudson Valley, Catskills and New York City region. Open by appointment.

Dave Channon’s Esopus Creek Multimedia

247 Broadstreet Hollow Road, Shandaken 845-688-2977 esopuscreek.com

Steel sculptures and oil paintings in a serene country garden studio setting. Custom graphics, video editing and production and website design services too. Please call for an appointment.


Genesis Studio/Gallery

Roost Studios & Art Gallery

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genesis-gallery.com

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21 Tuytenbridge Road, Lake Katrine 845-399-7574 (cell), 845-382-6011

Exhibiting the oil and watercolor paintings of Barry DeBaun. Realistic landscapes, seascapes, figurative and still life. By appointment. Art prints available online.

DM Weil Gallery

208 Bruynswick Road, New Paltz 845-255-3336 dmweilgallery.com

About 3,000 square feet of contemporary art. Complimentary refreshments including local wines and baked goods. Families welcome. Free print for all first-time visitors. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. WiFi. Open year-round, Friday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and by appointment.

Elena Zang Gallery 3671 Route 212, Shady 845-679-5432 elenazang.com

Contemporary fine art ceramics by E. Zang and A. Hoffman. Outdoor sculpture garden. Local and internationally-known artists. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. WiFi. Open year-round, daily, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

Ellenville Public Library & Museum’s The Gallery Link 40 Center St., Ellenville 845-647-5530 eplm.org

The Gallery Link hosts exhibits by local and regional artists and display cases with historic exhibits of local culture and industry. Accessible, child and group friendly. WiFi. Open year-round. Call or view our website for hours.

Emerge Gallery and Art Space 228A Main St., Saugerties 845-247-7515 emergegalleryny.com

Exhibiting the best artists from the Hudson Valley and beyond. A welcoming environment that is a wonderful setting for private parties and gatherings and is available for rental. Child, pet and group friendly.

Fay Wood Studio

123 Market St., Saugerties 845-246-7504 faywoodstudio.com

A fine art studio offering sculpture, oil paintings, collage, drawings and tapestry – a delightful art space not to be missed. Workshops also offered. Open weekends, May-January 1, noon-4 p.m. and by appointment. Child, pet and group friendly

Fintasia Gallery at Fabulous Furniture 3930 Route 28, Boiceville 845-750-3035

fabulousfurnitureon28.com

Artist Steve Heller has been making sculptures and furniture from wood, metal and car parts for 35 years. Live-edge furniture, space-age artifacts and cutting-edge autos. Open Wednesday-Monday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.

26 Harmati Lane, Shady 845-679-4542

69 Main St., New Paltz 845-419-2208

Paintings, jewelry and Judaica from Israel and the Middle East. Pond site sculpture garden and studio. Sculpture lessons given in stone carving and steel welding. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. Located just off Route 212. Open May-December, usually noon-5 p.m. 34 Elwyn Lane, Woodstock 845-679-2711

Facebook: Hawthorn Gallery, Woodstock

A fine collection of new and antique furniture from India, China and Tibet. Accessories and gifts for the home. Fine art. Accessible. Open Friday-Sunday, noon-5 p.m. or by appointment. Please call to be sure.

Hot Stuff Glass Workshop

newpaltz.edu/museum

Premier public showplace for Hudson Valley art and artists, more than 6,000 pieces from 4,000 years around the world. Free admission; donations encouraged. Accessible and group friendly. Open year-round, Wednesday-Sunday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Closed college holidays and winter intersession.

41 Main St., Phoenicia 845-688-0021

Sara Studio

Located at Phoenica Arts and Antiques on Main Street in Phoenicia. Twelve vendors to look at. Open year-round. Friday-Monday, 10:00 a.m.-5 p.m.

James Cox Gallery at Woodstock

Oil paintings and pastels by Sara Harris, contemporary impressionist and colorist. Natural surroundings influence her unique work, but the painting process is the true inspiration. Studio visits welcomed by appointment.

jamescoxgallery.com

SUNY Ulster Muroff Kotler Visual Arts Gallery

Facebook: Phoenicia Arts & Antiques

4666 State Route 212, Willow 845-679-7608

Established 1990. Paintings, sculpture, fine prints, historic Woodstock art, exhibitions, artist estates and appraisals. Open Wednesday-Friday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday-Sunday, noon-5 p.m. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. WiFi.

Kingston Pop Museum 672 Broadway, Kingston 845-481-5638

kingstonpopmuseum.com

Fresh current art along with pop icons from the 1960s. Visit the website for updates on current presentation. Open Wednesday-Sunday, noon-8 p.m. Call ahead.

Lotus Fine Art

33 Rock City Road, Woodstock 845-679-2303 lotuswoodstock.com

Locally-crafted

Contemporary craft gallery fine gifts and specializing in regional fine souvenirs art, gifts, jewelry, glassware, custom framing and hand painted chandeliers by Jamie Barthel. Open year-round, Monday-Thursday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Friday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Sunday 10 a.m.-5 p.m., or by appointment.

Red Pump Studio/Gallery 75 Allhusen Road, New Paltz 845-256-1236 adairjim.com

Art gallery and studio featuring local artists. Watercolor classes. Framing. Open year-round, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

Reher Center Gallery 3 Spring St., Kingston 845-210-6643 rehercenter.org

55 Greenkill, Kingston 617-406-9886

Art gallery and event space.

Robert Selkowitz Paintings

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Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art SUNY New Paltz 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz 845-257-3844

Hawthorn Gallery

The only space in Kingston devoted to the history of the Rondout neighborhood and the immigrant stories of the Hudson Valley, past and present. Open May-November; Saturday and Sunday noon-5 p.m.

Gallery Fifty5

Not-for-profit artists’ co-op that presents cutting edge contemporary art by local Hudson Valley artists. Open Thursday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.; Friday-Sunday, 11 a.m.-8 p.m.

3024 Route 28, Shokan 845-657-6982 RobertSelkowitz.com

Beautiful Catskill Mountain pastels and oils of American and maritime landscapes, vintage car drawings, prints, posters, note cards and books. Art for enjoyment, healing and renewal. Closed July and August.

4 City Fall Road, Accord 845-626-2843

SUNY Ulster 491 Cottekill Road, Stone Ridge 845-687-5113 sunyulster.edu

The gallery’s programming includes an annual visiting Artist series, solo shows by established Mid-Hudson Valley artists, exhibitions of SUNY Ulster student work and the work of Ulster County high school students. Please visit our Facebook page. Monday-Friday, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Closed college holidays.

Sweetheart Gallery

8 Tannery Brook Road, Woodstock 845-679-2622 sweetheartgallery.com

Fine American craft and design and unique handmade gifts. The gallery represents a large selection of work from some of America’s best designers and artisans. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. WiFi. Open Saturday and Sunday, noon-5 p.m. and by appointment.

The Claryville Art Center 1471 Denning Road, Claryville 845-985-0247

bluehillcatskills.com/art-center

Houses the permanent collections of famed Russian-American artist Alexander Kaletski and is a forum for local artists and musicians.

The Lockwood Gallery 747 Route 28, Kingston 845-532-4936 thelockwoodgallery.com

The Lockwood Gallery specializes in contemporary art by established, mid-career and emerging artists from the Hudson Valley and beyond. Open year-round, Thursday-Monday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m., or by appointment. Accessible, child-friendly (with parental guidance), pet and group friendly. WiFi.

The Mark Gruber Gallery

271 Route 299 17 New Paltz Plaza (Main Street), New Paltz 845-255-1241 markgrubergallery.com

Fine art gallery featuring the finest artists in the Hudson Valley. Continually changing exhibits. Quality custom framing. Accessible and group friendly. Open year-round, Tuesday-Friday, 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday and Monday by appointment. ulstercountyalive.com

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Uncanny Gallery

17 John St., Kingston 845-204-4380 uncannygallery.com

Features one-of-a-kind art dolls and figurative sculpture. Open Thursdays and Fridays, noon-4 p.m.; Saturdays, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. January and February, Saturdays, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. First Saturdays until 7 p.m. and by appointment year-round.

Unframed Artists Gallery 173 Huguenot St., New Paltz 845-255-5482 unframedartistsgallery.com

While mainly focused on fine art, this out-of-the-frame, cooperative gallery encourages all forms of artistic expression, exhibiting four to six shows a year of local and international artists’ works. The project space features musical and dramatic performances.

Unison Arts Center

68 Mountain Rest Road, New Paltz 845-255-1559 unisonarts.org

Eight to 10 gallery shows, including fine art, photography and sculpture. Outdoor sculpture garden. Performances, workshops and classes. Open year-round, Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

VARGA Gallery

175 Main St., Phoenicia 845-688-3159

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Studio and exhibition space as well as permaculture garden of artist Christina Varga. Open by appointment.

Wired Gallery

11 Mohonk Road, High Falls 682-564-5613 thewiredgallery.com

Showcases works by Mid-Hudson Valley artists and artisans. Child, pet and group friendly. WiFi. Open April-December, Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.; January-March by appointment.

Women’s Studio Workshop 722 Binnewater Lane, Kingston 845-658-9133 wsworkshop.org

Women’s Studio Workshop offers artist residencies, public arts programming, and workshops in printmaking, papermaking, ceramics, dark room photography and book arts. Accessible, child and group friendly. Open year-round, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 pm.

Woodstock Artists Association and Museum 28 Tinker St., Woodstock 845-679-2940 woodstockart.org

Art gallery and museum exhibiting historic and contemporary work of area artists. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. Open Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday, noon-5 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, noon-6 p.m. Closed January. Visit website or call for exhibition dates and additional information.

Woodstock Framing Gallery 31 Mill Hill Road, Woodstock 845-679-6003 wfggallery.com

Fine art gallery and custom framing shop. Parking lot. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. Open year-round, Monday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday, noon-5 p.m. Closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

MOVIE THEATERS

Ashokan Music & Dance

Ashokan Center 477 Beaverkill Road, Olivebridge 845-246-2121

NCG Cinema

Hudson Valley Mall 1300 Ulster Ave., Kingston 845-768-3577

ashokan.org

ncgmovies.com/kingston

Twelve theaters showing first-run movies. Open daily.

New Paltz Cinema

2 New Paltz Plaza, New Paltz 845-255-0420

Barefoot Dance Center 1645 Route 9W, West Park 845-384-6146

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Four first-run movies. Daily.

barefootdancecenter.com

Orpheum Theatre

156 Main St., Saugerties 845-246-6561

Facebook: Orpheum Theatre, Saugerties

Three first-run movies. Bargain Nights on Mondays and Thursdays. Theatres 2 and 3 are accessible. Open year-round, daily.

Rosendale Theatre

Offers classes in creative movement, modern technique, ballet, improvisation and choreography. Home to teen troupe - Barefoot Dance Company. Summer session, rental space, dance performances and school residencies. Accessible, child and group friendly. WiFi.

Bird-On-A-Cliff’s Woodstock Shakespeare Festival Comeau Property 45 Comeau Drive, Woodstock 845-247-4007

408 Main St., Rosendale 845-658-8989 rosendaletheatre.org

A theatre collective showing nightly movies. Serves as a venue for live theater, music and other special events. View website for schedules of films and events. Closed most Tuesdays. Accessible, child and group friendly. WiFi.

birdonacliff.org

Upstate Films at Tinker Street

Bridge Music (Two locations)

132 Tinker St., (Route 212), Woodstock 845-679-6608 upstatefilms.org

Single-screen movie theater, showing mainly independent and foreign films.

Offering free outdoor Shakespeare on the beautiful Comeau Property. All are welcome. Accessible. Pet friendly. Bring a blanket, chair and picnic. July-Labor Day weekend, Friday-Sunday, beginning at 5:30 p.m. Mid-Hudson Bridge Towers and Johnson-Iorio Park, Highland 845-691-7245 josephbertolozzi.com

PERFORMING AND VISUAL ARTS

Hear music composed solely of the sounds of the Mid-Hudson Bridge from kiosks at the bridge’s towers by pressing a button (April-October) or listen 24/7/365 on 95.3 FM in Johnson/Iorio Park, Haviland Road, Highland.

11 Jane Street Art Center

BSP (Backstage Productions)

11janestreet.com

bspkingston.com

323 Wall St., Kingston 845-338-8700

11 Jane St., Suite A, Saugerties 508-241-0273

A fully renovated artist-owned 19th-century brick warehouse dedicated to new multi-disciplinary works and works in progress by established artists and exceptional emerging artists. Work residencies, performances, exhibitions, community projects, lectures and classes. Primary focus is on installation art, multi-media and performance. Saturday-Sunday. noon-5 p.m. and special events schedules. Accessible. Lounge. Child, pet and group friendly. WiFi. High-speed internet.

Byrdcliffe Kleinert/James Center for the Arts 36 Tinker St., Woodstock 845-679-2079

A multi-purpose facility hosting art exhibitions and performances. Visit website for gallery and shop hours.

P.O. Box 175, Malden-on-Hudson 845-246-7873 armofthesea.org

A 27,000-square-foot arts and entertainment complex hosting live music, an art gallery, a professional dance studio and Stages In The Arts, a theater company. Live events every week. Open year-round.

woodstockguild.org

Arm-of-the-Sea Theater

Visual

This theater company combines storytelling visual storytelling with live music for all ages in contemporary works of mask and puppet theater for all ages at various venues. Accessible, child and group friendly. April-December.

Byrdcliffe Theater

380 Upper Byrdcliffe Road, Woodstock 845-679-2079 woodstockguild.org

Ars Choralis

Located on the grounds of the Byrdcliffe Arts Colony, the theater is used for the performing arts, concerts, dance performances and community events. Open May-October.

arschoralis.org

Catskill Ballet Theatre

P.O. Box 903, Woodstock 845-679-8172

A 50-member vocal ensemble performing music of many styles and periods, with an increasing interest in peace and non-violence issues.

Arts Society of Kingston 97 Broadway, Kingston 845-338-0333 askforarts.org

Art gallery, performance space, classes, workshops and more. Open year-round. Tuesday-Saturday, 1-6 p.m. First Saturday art openings, 5-8 p.m.

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Family-friendly workshops, music and dance camps, concerts, dances and other events featuring traditional folk, jazz, bluegrass, old time, Celtic, Cajun, country and swing. Accessible, child and group friendly.

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795 Broadway, Kingston 845-339-1629 catskillballet.org

Provides performing experience, mentoring programs and the opportunity to work with professionals. Performances include annual presentation of “The Nutcracker” at Ulster Performing Arts Center, “A Mid-Summer Night’s Dream” and other ballets.


Center for Creative Education cce4me.org

Classes for children, youth and seniors in music, dance the arts and drumming. Home of Energy Dance Company and the Percussion Orchestra of Kingston (P.O.O.K.) Open year-round, 9 a.m.-9 p.m.

Fine Arts Recital Series Old Dutch Church 272 Wall St., Kingston 845-338-6759

Arts & Culture

Midtown Kingston 845-338-7664

olddutchchurch.org

Fine Arts at Old Dutch Church musical performances feature area artists. April-June and September-November, Thursdays, 12:15 -12:45 p.m.

Coach House Players

Green Kill

coachhouseplayers.org

greenkill.org

229 Green Kill Ave., Kingston 347-689-2323

12 Augusta St., Kingston 845-331-2476

Affordable community theater since 1950. Three to four plays are performed each year in the 99-seat theater. Participate in local events such as Kingston St. Patrick’s Day Parade, caroling and more. Auditions are open. New members are encouraged to join.

Colony

Decentralized, multi-use cultural space featuring art, performances, educational and various community events. Open to art communities far and wide to self-organize events.

Hudson River Playback Theatre

22 Rock City Road, Woodstock 845-679-1625

Various locations Ulster County 845-255-7716

Originally opened in 1929, Colony is now a restaurant/bar and music venue, serving upscale pub food and offering a varied lineup of performers throughout the week.

Improvisational theater from true stories for entertainment and community dialogue. Public shows, school programs and more. Open year-round. For schedules and bookings, visit website.

colonywoodstock.com

Community Playback Theatre Boughton Place 150 Kisor Road, Highland 845-691-4118, 845-691-4111

Facebook: Community Playback Theatre, Highland

Skilled improvisational actors employ music, movement and spoken word to play back stories told by audience members. Stories cover the whole spectrum of human experience. Accessible, child and group friendly. WiFi. Performances the first Friday of each month at 8 p.m.

Creative Music Studio Workshops P.O. Box 671, Woodstock 845-679-8847

creativemusicfoundation.org

Four days of intensive workshops, master classes, intimate concerts and informal jam sessions that inspire active listening, personal expression, improvisation and musical exploration. Evening concert performances open to the public: June 10-14. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. WiFi.

Deep Listening Plaza In Honor of Pauline Oliveros 615 Broadway, Kingston ministryofmaat.org

A unique green space in the midst of the urban city environment for community engagement, featuring “Ear Centered” activities and events that foster new ways of listening.

hudsonriverplayback.org

Key of Q: A Cappella Singers

Hudson Valley LGBTQ Community Center 300 Wall St., Kingston keyofq.org

Traveling from all corners of the Hudson Valley blending voices and performing beautiful a cappella music together with a focus on mostly modern secular music in four-part harmony. Performing at least one major concert per year as well as various small gigs such as at pride and open mic nights.

Levon Helm Studios

160 Plochmann Lane, Woodstock 845-679-2744 levonhelm.com

Home of Levon Helm’s legendary Midnight Rambles and situated on 18 acres in historic Woodstock. Levon Helm Studios welcomes artists for intimate concerts, recording sessions, rehearsals, writing retreats and private events.

Marbletown Multi-Arts (MaMA) 3588 Main St., Stone Ridge 845-687-6090

120 Schildknecht Road, Hurley 845-339-4340 nyca.org

The Official Youth Arts Education School of the Woodstock Playhouse offering classes in acting, dance and voice; beginning to advanced. Open year-round. Accessible, child and group friendly. WiFi. Visit our website or call to speak with our staff.

Performing Arts of Woodstock 56 Rock City Road, Woodstock 845-679-7900 performingartsofwoodstock.org

Presenting three major theatrical productions and readings per year. Performances at Mescal Hornbeck Community Center. Please call or view website for details.

Phoenicia Playhouse

10 Church St., Phoenicia 845-688-2279 (theater), 845-657-6543 phoeniciaplayhouse.com

Pine Hill Community Center

647 S. Plank Road, Mount Tremper 845-688-9893 mounttremperarts.org

287 Main St., Pine Hill 845-254-5469

pinehillcommunitycenter.org

Performances, concerts, arts and crafts shop featuring local artists and artisans, workshops, classes and more. Catskill Cabaradio, a homespun variety show, is held March, June, September and December. Open year-round.

20 Mountain View Ave., Woodstock 845-679-0901

Quimby Theater

Dedicated to providing a healthy and inspiring atmosphere for those who wish to teach, dance, play music, heal, learn martial arts, yoga and all that enhances each individual life within the community.

sunyulster.edu

mtnviewstudio.com

Fair John ArtSpace & Music Salon

New Paltz Ballet Theatre

facebook.com/fineartuptown

npsballet.com

Gallery, music and event space with a cafe and bar. Features the Uptown Gallery at Fair John, a fine art contemporary gallery, exhibiting world class Hudson Valley artists in all mediums. Open seven days a week, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.

New York Conservatory for the Arts

Mount Tremper Arts

Mountain View Studio

World-class Hudson Valley artists

World-class chamber, jazz and contemporary concerts in an award-winning national historic treasure. Late June to mid-September, Saturdays, 6 p.m. and 8 p.m., Sundays, 4 p.m. Young Mavericks Concerts on select Saturdays, 11 a.m.; free for ages 15 and under.

Concerts. Full schedule of classes in yoga, tai chi and dance. Accessible. Child and group friendly. WiFi.

denizentheatre.com

288 Fair St., Kingston 845-514-7978

maverickconcerts.org

cometomama.org

DENIZEN Theatre

DENIZEN Theatre presents new works by emerging playwrights with powerful thought-provoking themes. Our theatre provides opportunities to professional artists in our community. New Paltz is a vibrant college town with close to 8,000 students that benefits from a professional theatre within walking distance to SUNY New Paltz.

Maverick Concert Hall 120 Maverick Road, Woodstock 646-965-2365

A community theater organization offering quality theater to the public. The season includes four or more productions, including musicals, plays and Christmas and winter shows. Showing older movies monthly on weekend nights.

An intimate performance space and artist residency center with a focus on contemporary dance, theater, music, literature and food events. Available for private rentals. Performances year-round.

Water Street Market 10 Main St., Suite 501, New Paltz 845-303-4136

Maverick Concerts

1 Bonticouview Drive, New Paltz 845-255-0044

Presented by New Paltz School of Ballet, a premier ballet school and not-for-profit ballet company. Student performances. Annual Nutcracker performance in December.

SUNY Ulster 491 Cottekill Road, Stone Ridge 845-688-6042

The nearly 500-seat John Quimby Theater at SUNY Ulster is the venue for student and professional theatrical productions, concerts, guest lectures and other special community events.

R&F Handmade Paints

84 Ten Broeck Ave., Kingston 800-206-8088, 845-331-3112 rfpaints.com

Manufacturers of high-quality encaustic paints and pigment sticks. Paint factory, store and workshops. Classes held year-round in painting and mixed media techniques. Accessible. Open Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m. ulstercountyalive.com

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Rosendale Theatre

Ulster Ballet Company

World’s Largest Kaleidoscope

rosendaletheatre.org

ulsterballet.org

emersonresort.com

408 Main St., Rosendale 845-658-8989

10 First St., Saugerties 845-246-4316

A beautiful 250-seat single-screen movie theater also offers live theater and music performances, with children’s theater, original works by local writers, play festivals and classic work. Admission varies. Accessible, child and group friendly. WiFi. Movies shown nightly.

Saugerties Pro Musica Concert Series

Ulster Chamber Music Series Redeemer Lutheran Church 104 Wurts St., Kingston 845-340-9434, 845-532-6718

Saugerties United Methodist Church 67 Washington Ave., Saugerties 845-679-5733 saugertiespromusica.org

Providing an opportunity for professional, semi-professional and aspiring dancers to utilize their skills in an innovative and creative manner. Performances include the annual presentation of “A Christmas Carol” and “Festival of Dance.”

ulsterchambermusicseries.org 25th season

A chamber music series of national and/or internationally-known musicians with once-a-month performances from September-May. Now in our 25th season. Accessible, child and group-friendly. Sundays, 3 p.m. Admission: $15/adults, $12/seniors, free for students.

School of Fine & Performing Arts at SUNY New Paltz SUNY New Paltz, 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz 845-257-3860 newpaltz.edu/fpa

Contributing to the region’s cultural vitality with a wide array of music and theater performances, distinguished visiting artists and kids’ arts labs, summer theater and art camps. Accessible, child and group friendly. WiFi.

Shadowland Stages 157 Canal St., Ellenville 845-647-5511 shadowlandstages.org

Ulster County’s only professional, not-for-profit Actor’s Equity theatre in a newly-renovated 1920s art-deco building with state-of-the-art technical elements. Also showing classic film series. Accessible, child and group friendly. Open year-round.

Theatre on the Road

17 Villa Bianco Road, Rosendale 845-475-7973 theatreontheroad.com

Live at your place. Educational and entertaining programs for schools, libraries, historic sites, museums and community centers.

It is the 51st season of presenting high-quality chamber music concerts at an acoustically superb venue.

Ulster Performing Arts Center 601 Broadway, Kingston 845-339-6088 upac.org

The newly-renovated historic theater, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is one of the last great show palaces in New York State. With seating capacity of 1,510, UPAC offers year-round entertainment including theater, dance, music and more.

Unison Arts Center

68 Mountain Rest Road, New Paltz 845-255-1559 unisonarts.org

Unison’s mission is to enrich cultural life and community in the Mid-Hudson Valley. Gallery, sculpture gardens, workshops and performances for children and adults. Gallery and office hours: Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and weekend gallery hours by appointment. Workshops, classes and performances on weekends. Space available for private rentals.

Vanaver Caravan

10 Main St., Suite 322, New Paltz 845-256-9300 vanavercaravan.org

Dance and music company available for touring, workshops in schools, concerts and celebrations. Dance Institute classes available year-round in New Paltz and Stone Ridge.

Voice Theatre

Byrdcliffe Theater 380 Upper Byrdcliffe Road, Woodstock 845-679-0154 voicetheatre.org

Professional theatre company producing “Blithe Spirit” by Noel Coward, July 11-28 and “Legacy” by Shauna Kanter, Sept. 26-Oct. 6. Call for tickets.

Woodstock Playhouse

103 Mill Hill Road, Woodstock 845-679-6900 woodstockplayhouse.org

A little bit of Lincoln Center in Woodstock – musicals, dramas, films, antique car show, concerts and emerging professionals. Art gallery, historical exhibit. Air conditioning and top-rated audience comfort. Accessible, child and group friendly. WiFi. Open March-January.

The Falcon

1348 Route 9W, Marlboro 845-236-7970

Woodstock Symphony Orchestra

Live world-class music, art gallery, dining. Two bars and restaurants - The Falcon Main Stage and The Falcon Underground New York Taproom & Beer Garden featuring New York State wine, spirits, brews and food. Grammy-winning performers and extraordinary up-and-comers. Admission by donation. Ten minutes from Walkway Over the Hudson.

woodstocksymphony.info

liveatthefalcon.com

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Hudson Valley 845-266-3517

Bringing live, quality professional orchestral performances to Ulster County and the surrounding area. Performance venues alternate among The Woodstock Playhouse, SUNY Ulster’s Quimby Theater and others.

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5340 Route 28, Mount Tremper 845-688-2828

The World’s Largest Kaleidoscope at the Emerson Resort & Spa wows audiences of all ages with brilliant images and sound. Open daily, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., $5 per person admission (11 and under free).

POTTERY AND CERAMICS Babroff Ceramic Studio

103 Winne Road, Mount Tremper 845-688-2263

Facebook: Jerilynn Babroff Ceramics, Mount Tremper

A studio that designs and makes handmade, colorful contemporary and whimsical ceramics, as well as contemporary, colorful paintings. Open year-round. Call for appointment. Accessible, child and group friendly.

Butterfield Pottery

670 Broadway (Route 9W), Ulster Park 845-616-0621, 845-616-4061

Facebook: Butterfield Pottery, Ulster Park

Small studio offering handmade pottery for the home. Davin Butterfield specializes in high-temperature glazed pottery in stoneware and porcelain. Limited edition handmade pottery is produced on site.

Kaete Brittin Shaw Functional & Sculptural Porcelain 1415 Route 213, High Falls 845-687-7828 kaetebrittinshaw.com

Stacking bowls, one-of-a-kind teapots, musical instruments, outdoor sculpture and more. Group friendly. WiFi. Open year-round, Saturday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday, noon-4 p.m. (call to be sure) and by appointment.

Kingston Ceramics Studio

77 Cornell St., Suite 309, Kingston 845-331-2078 kingstonceramicsstudio.com

Offering studio time to artists, classes, lessons, parties and private lessons to people of all ages and skill levels.

Liz Lawrence Painted Pottery

29 Pleasant Ridge Drive, West Hurley 845-679-4882 potterytrail.com/liz-lawrence.html

Working pottery studio with retail showroom. Pottery lessons and workshops for children, adults and families. Group visits possible with demonstrations. Educational programs available. Open year-round, by appointment.

Marsha Kaufman-Rubinstein Ceramic Artist 6 Highwoods Road, Saugerties 845-246-3414, 845-594-6962 mkrubinstein.com

Functional, Studio and gallery featuring handmade functional hand-thrown, gifts and hand-built porcelain with souvenirs hand-painted and etched landscape and floral motifs. Adult and children’s classes. Accessible. Group friendly. Open year-round by appointment.

Stephen Fabrico Designs 76 Church St., Bloomington 845-331-4760

Studio established in 1980. Functional stoneware and porcelain, garden items, birdhouses, globes and garden sculptures. Educational programs available. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. Open 10 a.m.-5 p.m.


Arts & Culture

MOUNTAIN VIEWS • HOT TUB • POOL • FIRE PIT Stone Window Gallery 17 Main St., Accord 845-626-4932

Facebook: Stone Window Gallery, Accord

Handmade pottery crafted on premises. Simple designs with attention to detail and some humor. Educational programs available for children, teens and adults. Open year-round, Saturday-Sunday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m., or by appointment.

Hudson Valley Bed & Breakfast

Triplo Studios “Art for the Home” 1415 Route 213, High Falls 845-345-4669, 845-687-4932

A gallery/showroom displaying handmade functional porcelains, paintings, sculptures and wall pieces. Accessible, child and group friendly. Open year-round, Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. or call for appointment.

Vichinsky Judaica Pottery 1559 Route 213, Ulster Park 845-338-0173 judaicapottery.com

A pottery studio making handcrafted objects for Jewish holidays, customs and life cycle events. Educational programs available. Child and group friendly. Open year-round by appointment.

Cozy Comfort to Family Suites 542 Albany Post Road, New Paltz, NY 845.255.6144 mountainmeadowsbnb.com A Hudson Valley Bed & Breakfast Maria & Joe 542 Albany Post Road, New Paltz, NY 12561 • T: 845-255-6144 maria@mountainmeadowsbnb.com

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F

or those who seek the stories behind a destination, Ulster County eagerly spills its secrets. Stroll through the centuries in Revolutionary War-era homes and Huguenot stomping grounds, a one-room schoolhouse and the last wooden lighthouse on the Hudson. Trace the steps of New York’s forefathers in downtown Kingston, the first State capital and home to the biennial, weekend-long Burning of Kingston. Both commemoration and celebration, the Burning of Kingston remembers the events of October 1777, when British troops burned our “nest of rebels” in retribution – and Kingston’s residents rebuilt, stronger than ever. Let freedom ring!

Fred J. Johnston House, Kingston

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Cragsmoor Historical Society

Gomez Mill House

A.J. Williams-Myers African Roots Center

cragsmoorhistoricalsociety.com

gomez.org

43 Gill St., Kingston 914-388-3092

africanrootslibrary.org

Honoring and encouraging the transmission of history through written and oral history, spoken word, paintings, cultural artifacts and other forms of artistic expression. Special programs. Open MondayFriday, 3-8 p.m.

American Legion Museum 30 John St., Saugerties 518-588-5462 village.saugerties.ny.us

Over 300 items focusing on Saugerties citizens and their participation during wartime. Artifacts range from the French and Indian War to today’s wars. Open Memorial Day-Veterans Day or by appointment.

Bevier House Museum/Ulster County Historical Society 2682 Route 209, Kingston 845-377-1040 ulstercountyhs.org

Built in the 1680s as a one-room dwelling, the museum reflects the history of the Hudson Valley and its inhabitants. Accessible on first floor only. Child and group friendly. Admission fee. Open May-October, Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Call for additional dates of operation.

Canal Forge Blacksmith Shop

496 Towpath Road, (corner of Ulster County Route 6 and Towpath Road) High Falls 845-687-7130 hudsonvalleyblacksmith.com

A working blacksmith shop, display of old tools and ironwork. Overlooks the Rondout Creek adjacent to the old D&H Canal. Hands-on classes offered. Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., weekends by chance or appointment. Please call or email for more info.

349 Cragsmoor Road, Cragsmoor 845-647-2362

An all-volunteer, nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving the amazing history of Cragsmoor and sharing it with our community and the world.

D&H Canal Museum

23 Mohonk Road, High Falls 845-687-2000 canalmuseum.org

National Historic Site. Working lock model. Original paintings by canal-era artists, photographs, maps, artifacts and dioramas. Admission fee $5 for adults and $3 for children 12 and under. Open weekends May-October, 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. School and other group tours by appointment.

Ellenville Public Library & Museum 40 Center St., Ellenville 845-647-5530 eplm.org

Terwilliger House museum has exhibits on local history and industry, and a research room with archives, photographs, obituaries and ephemera. Open year-round, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and by appointment. Please call or view our website for seasonal hours. Tours welcome. Child and group friendly. WiFi.

Erika House Doll Museum 15 Ulster Ave., Saugerties 845-709-5319

Twenty-five rooms filled with dolls of the centuries and from various countries. Over 3,000 dolls on display. Celebrating 17 years in 2020. Child, pet and group friendly. Admission: $25 for adults, $20 for seniors, $15 for children. Open year-round by appointment.

Esopus Meadows Lighthouse, 1871 River Road, Ulster Park 845-848-3669

esopusmeadowslighthouse.org

Last wooden lighthouse on the Hudson River. The tower Last wooden light is an official U.S. Coast lighthouse on Guard navigational aid. View the Hudson from Lighthouse Park, 255 River Road, Ulster Park. Open for tours June-October. Call for dates.

Fred J. Johnston House

Corner of Main and Wall Streets, Kingston 845-339-0720 friendsofhistorickingston.org

Guided house tour of Federal townhouse. Eight room settings, furniture and decorative arts arranged by 20th-century antiques dealer and preservationist, Fred J. Johnston. Accessible. May-October, Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. and by appointment. Tour fee.

Friends of Historic Kingston Gallery Corner Main and Wall streets, Kingston 845-339-0720 friendsofhistorickingston.org

Empire State Railway Museum 70 Lower High St., Phoenicia 845-688-7501 esrm.com

Celebrating 60 years as a museum with 38 years located in Phoenicia, the Empire State Railway Museum is the doorway to Ulster County railroad history with its displays of artifacts, archival photos and railroad equipment. Open weekends 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Memorial Day through Columbus Day.

Exhibit relates to local history and preservation. Shop for local books. Donations. Accessible, child and group friendly. Open May-October. Friday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. and by appointment. Donations welcome.

Friends of Historic Rochester Museum 12 Main St., Accord 845-626-7104, 845-256-5587 townofrochester.ny.gov

Weekly guided genealogical research, Wednesdays, noon-3 p.m. Open year-round. Annual Fall Heritage Day and Festival held on the first Saturday in October, with local history, heritage crafts, food, contests, book sales and more. Accessible, child and group friendly. No pets.

11 Mill House Road, Marlboro 845-236-3126

Oldest standing Jewish-built dwelling in North America. Home to a Revolutionary-era public servant, a prominent Hudson Valley family, a papermaker/author and a Civil Rights activist. Tours: April-November, Saturday and Sunday, 10:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 3 p.m. Admission fee. Pets on grounds only. Reservations for group tours available.

Greenfield Park Schoolhouse/Museum Route 52 W., Greenfield Park 845-647-6560, ext. 281 townofwawarsing.net

Six miles west of Ellenville on Route 52, left onto Oakridge Road. Across from the museum is the old Quaker Meeting House. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. Open early July to early September, Thursday-Friday, 11 a.m.-3 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

Historic Huguenot Street 81 Huguenot St., New Paltz 845-255-1660 (office) 845-255-1889 (visitor center) huguenotstreet.org

National Historic Landmark National District includes seven historic Historic stone houses, a reconstructed Landmark 1717 French Church, a replica District Esopus Munsee wigwam, special exhibits, a research library and a historic burial ground. Programs and events year-round. Open May-December and by appointment. Accessible, child and group friendly.

Historical Society of Woodstock 20 Comeau Drive, Woodstock 845-679-2256

historicalsocietyofwoodstock.org

Preserving Woodstock’s history through exhibits, publications and collections. For membership and exhibit information or research requests, please email woodstockhistory@hvc.rr.com. Exhibits June-September and in December.

Hudson River Maritime Museum 50 Rondout Landing, Kingston 845-338-0071 hrmm.org

The Hudson River Maritime Museum is a 501©3 nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of the maritime history of the Hudson River, its tributaries and related industries. The museum tells the river’s story with permanent and annual exhibits, educational programs for adults and children, lectures, workshops and conferences, boat tours and festivals.

Hurley Heritage Society Museum 52 Main St., Hurley 845-338-1661

hurleyheritagesociety.org

Situated within a historical district of private homes dating from 1670s to late 1800s. Museum shop. The 2020 exhibit is “Winslow Homer’s Hurley: An Artist’s View.” May-October, Saturday and Sunday, 1-4 p.m. Guided walking tours every fourth Sunday, $5 adults, children under 12 free. Groups and school tours by appointment. Accessible, child and group friendly.

John Burroughs’ Slabsides and Nature Sanctuary Burroughs Drive off Floyd Ackert Road, West Park 845-384-6320 johnburroughsassociation.org

National Historic Landmark 1895 retreat of naturalist John Burroughs. Rustic cabin with twig furnishings visited by President Roosevelt, John Muir, Henry Ford. Rated “Must See” by CultureTrip.com and Thrillist.com. Greenway trails open year-round. Slabsides open houses, events, hours and map on website. ulstercountyalive.com

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John R. Kirk Planetarium

Coykendall Science Building on the campus of SUNY New Paltz 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz 845-257-3818 newpaltz.edu/planetarium

Astronomy Nights are held the first and third Thursday of each month the university is in session. A public planetarium show at the John R. Kirk is followed with a telescope viewing at the Smolen Observatory if the sky is clear. Hours vary. Accessible; child friendly - ages 7 higher; group friendly. Groups of 15 or more inquire via pandyar@newpaltz.edu.

Klyne Esopus Historical Society Museum

764 Broadway (Route 9W), Ulster Park 845-338-8109 esopushistorymuseum.org

Former Dutch reformed church representing history of town from precolonial to present time. Native American exhibit. Accessible, child and group friendly. Open May-October. Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. and by appointment.

Kripplebush Schoolhouse Museum 200 Kripplebush Road, Stone Ridge 845-687-9229; groups call 845-687-7528

kripplebushschoolhousemuseum.weebly.com

One-room furnished schoolhouse, established in 1840s 1857. Adjacent museum housing one-room a large array of local artifacts. schoolhouse Located off Route 209, 1 mile onto Ulster County Route 2. Groups welcome by appointment. Open June-August, Sunday, 2-4 p.m.

Locust Lawn

400 Route 32 S. (4 miles south of New Paltz), New Paltz 845-454-4500, ext. 211 lgny.org

Tour the Josiah Hasbrouck House, an elegant Federal-style mansion and the Evert Terwilliger House, a 1738 Dutch-style stone house. Both houses are preserved as museums and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. May-October by appointment only.

Milton Train Station Foundation

Reformed Church of Shawangunk

Facebook: Friends of Milton on Hudson Train Station, Milton

shawangunkreformed.weebly.com

38 Dock Road, Milton 845-795-5498

The 1883 Historic Train Station, at the foot of Dock Road, was once the hub of our agricultural community. When rehabilitated by the “Friends,” this landmark offers new opportunities for cultural events and recreational fun.

Old Dutch Reformed Church 272 Wall St., Kingston 845-338-6759 olddutchchurch.org

Organized in 1659. Current edifice built in 1852. Ancient burial grounds contain gravesite of George Clinton, New York State’s first governor. Call for tours, church museum, cemetery and genealogy. Open year-round. Self-guided tours Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

Opus 40 Sculpture Park & Museum 50 Fite Road, Saugerties 845-246-3400 opus40.org

Six-acre environmental bluestone sculpture built from an abandoned quarry by one man, Harvey Fite. Open Memorial Day-Columbus Day weekends, Thursday-Sunday; holiday Mondays, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Some weekends reserved for special events. Please call ahead. Child and group friendly. Fee.

Perrine’s Bridge

Junction of State Route 32 and Route 213, Rifton 845-338-8109

esopus.com/brochures/heritage_trail.pdf

Covered bridge built around 1844 by Benjamin Wood, this last surviving example of the Burr arch truss design in New York State spans the Wallkill River between the towns of Esopus and Rosendale. Listed on National Register of Historic Places. Accessible, child and group friendly.

1166 Hoagerburgh Road, Wallkill 845-895-2952

A National Historic Landmark dating from 1751. Resting place of 43 Revolutionary War veterans and Alexander Clinton, brother to Gen. James Clinton and former Gov. George Clinton. Open year-round, first Saturday of the Month, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., or by appointment. Accessible.

Reher Center for Immigrant Culture and History 99-101 Broadway, Kingston 845-210-6643 rehercenter.org

Early 20th-century bakery highlighting the 19thand 20th-century social and cultural history of the Rondout-West Strand Historic District. Open Saturday and Sunday, noon-5 p.m.; tours: 2 and 4 p.m. Call to reserve for tours.

Rondout Lighthouse

Rondout Creek 50 Rondout Landing, Kingston 845-338-0071

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The Rondout Lighthouse is managed by the Hudson River Maritime Museum, a 501©3 non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of the maritime history of the Hudson River, its tributaries and related industries. Rondout Lighthouse Tours are transported aboard the solar powered tour boat Solaris, and tour tickets include general admission to the Hudson River Maritime Museum.

Saugerties Historical Society/ Kiersted House 119 Main St., Saugerties 845-246-9529

saugertieshistoricalsociety.org

Built in 1727, home to the Saugerties Historical Society. Historical reenactments in May, History Day in October, free seasonal concerts and historical displays on the front lawn. May-October, Saturday, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.; Sunday and holiday Mondays, 1-4 p.m. Child and group friendly. WiFi.

Saugerties Lighthouse Conservancy Lighthouse Drive, Saugerties 845-247-0656 saugertieslighthouse.com

Artifacts of the lighthouse and the commercial heyday of the Saugerties waterfront. Nature trail to lighthouse (check tides). Also a bed and breakfast (see Bed and Breakfast listings). Tour fee. Tours June-August, Sundays, noon-3 p.m. Child, pet and group friendly.

Teddy Bear Museum at The Den of Marbletown 1 Basten Lane (corner of Route 209 and Tongore Road), Kingston 845-687-6441 thedenofmarbletown.com

Features approximately 2,000 bears and other stuffed animals, including dioramas that teach the history of the teddy bear and of local attractions. All the handmade toys and collectibles are from the legendary German company Steiff. Kids’ play space. Café now open. Accessible first floor. Open year-round, Wednesday-Sunday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m., subject to change.

Senate House State Historic Site 296 Fair St., Kingston | 845-338-2786 nysparks.com

The Senate House is the meeting place of the first New York State Senate. They met in the private home of local merchant Abraham Van Gaasbeek. Today, the site interprets what life in late 18th-century Kingston may have been like. In addition, the site has a museum which explores the career of Kingston artist John Vanderlyn, who achieved acclaim for his art work in Europe as well as the United States, and a gallery which explores life in 17th-century Kingston. Accessible, child and group (by appointment) friendly. Leashed pets permitted on grounds.

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The A.J. Snyder Estate/Century House Historical Society 668 Route 213, Rosendale 845-658-9900 centuryhouse.org

Tour the Widow Jane Mine, museum and carriage collection. Special events. Museum open May-September, Sundays 1-4 p.m. and by appointment.


Historic Sites & Museums

D E W A S PA AT M E N L A Discover the ancient restorative therapies of Tibet at Dewa Healing Spa. Featuring a wide range of eastern and western treatments, saunas, steam rooms, soaking tubs, and much more. Open to the public Wednesday - Monday weekly. 10% discount for locals on your first massage. 845.688.6897 ext 102 | www.menla.us/spa The Avalon Archives Museum of Rock & Roll The Falcon Underground 1348 Route 9W, Marlboro 845-236-7970

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Founder, director and curator Ned Moran’s extraordinary displays of rare and obscure photos, posters, album covers, books and recordings are the primary visuals for this intimate space. All are welcome to tour this vast, rotating collection. Open by appointment and Sunday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Wednesday and Thursday, 5:30 p.m.-closing, Friday and Saturday, 4 p.m.-closing. Free admission.

The Matthewis Persen House Museum and Cultural Heritage Center 74 John St. (corner of John and Crown streets), Kingston 845-340-3040

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Located within Kingston’s Stockade National Historic District at the intersection where there are pre-Revolutionary War stone houses on all four corners; its earliest portion dates from circa 1661. Accessible, child and group friendly. Open May-August, Tuesday-Saturday; September-November, Saturday or by appointment.

Town of Shandaken Historical Museum 26 Academy St., Pine Hill 845-254-4460 shandaken.us

The museum is a 1920s schoolhouse in historic Pine Hill with many and varied displays of historical tools and artifacts from the 1800s on. A 1900s schoolroom and kitchen, displays on the people and history of the 12 hamlets of Shandaken, library of books on the Catskills and genealogy files. Open Friday-Sunday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. and Monday 10 a.m.-2 p.m. or by appointment; call 845-254-5402. Accessible. Child and group friendly. WiFi.

Trolley Museum of New York

89 E. Strand (Rondout Landing), Kingston 845-331-3399 tmny.org

Trolley rides on original tracks along the historic Kingston waterfront to Kingston Point Park on the Hudson River. Visitors gallery with child friendly exhibits and museum store. Open May-October, weekends and holidays, noon-5 p.m. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. WiFi.

Ulster County Genealogical Society Hurley Reformed Church 11 Main St., Hurley 845-246-8329 ucgsny.org

Research census, church records, naturalizations (1830-1925), cemetery records, printed histories and genealogies, maps, the New Netherlands Connections, wills, abstracts and major genealogical society publications. Accessible, child and group friendly. WiFi. January-November, second Saturdays, third and fourth Mondays, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. or by appointment.

Volunteer Firemen’s Hall and Museum 265 Fair St., Kingston 845-331-0866

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A “little gem of a museum” housed in the 1857 Wiltwyck Fire House. Display of fire engines and firemanic artifacts. Open April-October, Friday, 11 a.m.-3 p.m., Saturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; also open June-August, Wednesday and Thursday, 11 a.m.-3 p.m.

Wawarsing Historical Society and Knife Museum 3 Irish Cape Road (at bridge), Napanoch 845-626-0086 theknifemuseum.com

One of the Along with local historical items, largest knife the museum houses one of collections the largest collections of knives in the U.S. in the country, many from the Hudson Valley. Guides available explaining the displays. Special knife sharpening events. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. Open Memorial Day-Labor Day, Saturday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Sunday, noon-4 p.m.

Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild 36 Tinker St., Woodstock 845-679-2079 byrdcliffe.org

America’s second-oldest arts colony, Byrdcliffe is on the National Register of Historic Places. Year-round events, exhibitions and classes. Free self-guided walking tours.

Woodstock Museum

13 Bach Road, Saugerties 845-246-0600 woodstockmuseum.org

Explore Woodstock: the town and festivals, artifacts, exhibits, film and guided tours by a 1960s historian. Free film festival Labor Day week and weekend. Camping available. Solar energy exhibits. Sister City Nimbin, Australia. Tour buses welcome. Open June-October, Saturday-Sunday, noon - 4 p.m., weekdays by appointment.

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Accommodations

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rom historic bed and breakfasts and rustic lodges, to high-end spas and boutique hotels, Ulster County is a something-for-everyone kind of place. This year, we’re proud to welcome two new entrants to our accommodations pool: Kingston’s Hotel Kinsley, set in a historic bank, opens its vault to reveal sophisticated décor, a casual ambiance, and the onsite Restaurant Kinsley. And, as resort culture witnesses a renaissance in the Catskills, Big Indian’s Urban Cowboy Lodge celebrates a luxury, immersive wilderness experience of roaring fireplaces, in-room soaking tubs, and an abundance of outdoor activities. Whatever your style, Ulster County helps you plan your perfect getaway. Emerson Resort & Spa, Mount Tremper

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BED AND BREAKFASTS 73 Mill Dam Road, Stone Ridge 845-332-0312 1712house.com

Six rooms. Private baths. Fireplace in two living rooms. Perfect romantic getaway for couples. Country wedding destination. Exercise room. Outdoor patio and stream. Eighty unspoiled acres with total privacy. Open year-round. For rent on an annual basis.

Country and Farm Bed & Breakfast

ashokandreams.com

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111 High Point Mountain Road, West Shokan 845-657-2312

Three private bed and breakfast suites decorated in rustic comfort. The Reservoir Suite has a fireplace. Located in the Catskill Forest Preserve with breathtaking Catskill Mountain and Ashokan Reservoir views. Perfect for your weekend getaway or wedding.

Barclay Heights B&B at Smythe House

Circa 1796 farmhouse, four bedrooms with private bathrooms, kitchen with amenities. Culinary Institute of America chef for weekend breakfast. Sixty-foot front porch, pergola, hammocks, fire pit and 5 acres to wander. Free Mohonk Preserve passes. Wine, distillery, brewery, trails and antique shops to explore. Modest wedding venue with views.

A Serene Vista Spa Bed and Breakfast 814 Hoagerburgh Road, Wallkill 917-88202422 serene-vista.com

Come relax and renew in a park-like setting, surrounded by a 700-acre horse farm. Miracles Day Spa offers all-natural massage, facials and body wraps. A perfect New York getaway. Breakfast included. Lounge, fireplace. Meeting/conference facilities for 8-10. Accessible. Child and group friendly. WiFi. High-speed internet. Open year-round.

Alpine Osteria B&B

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demewhouse.com

Five-star accommodations. Elegantly renovated home in the historic Rondout waterfront district. Ideal for couples. Up to four guests. One upstairs bedroom in each with full kitchen, private driveway, marina views. Air conditioning, HDTV and WiFi. Walk to restaurants, shopping, museums and cruises.

Bernetta’s Place Bed and Breakfast Inn by the Lake

4496 Route 209, Stone Ridge 845-687-4492

12 Calderone Drive, Wallkill 845-464-5106 bernettasplace.com

Three rooms. Private baths. Three fireplaces. Wraparound porch. Saltwater pool. Walk to lake. Short drive to Minnewaska and Mohonk trails. Gourmet breakfast. Summer and winter sports. Accessible, children over age 10 welcome, pet and group friendly. WiFi. Open year-round.

Blue Horizon Bed and Breakfast 60 Coons Road, Claryville 845-985-2121

bluehorizonbedandbreakfast.com

Two rooms with private baths and hot tub. Dining room and lounge with fireplace. Spectacular 50-mile view over the mountains, nearby waterfalls, great hiking and snowshoeing. Gourmet meals on request. WiFi. Open year-round.

Immaculate accommodations. All rooms with private baths. Most rooms soundproofed. One in-room fireplace. Two in-room Jacuzzis. Two rooms with multiple showerheads. WiFi. Full breakfast. A quarter mile to Belleayre Ski Center. Child and group friendly. Open year-round.

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322 Albany Ave., Kingston antiquestonehouse.com

Three rooms. One private and one shared bath. Gracious circa 1820 antique stone house filled with antiques in a charming and restful setting. Amenities include a dining room, outdoor pool, fireplace, breakfast served. WiFi. Child and group friendly.

Arbor Bed and Breakfast 44 Mohonk Road, High Falls 845-687-9888 arborbb.com

Four rooms. Two private baths. Meeting/conference facilities for eight. Dining room. Short walk to restaurants, country shops and antiques. Full breakfast. Child, pet and group friendly. WiFi. Open year-round.

171 and 175 Abeel St., Kingston 845-389-2525

A boutique bed and breakfast in a romantic setting featuring two suites, walking distance to restaurants, maritime museum, art galleries, antiquing, shops and more along the historic Rondout waterfront district. WiFi, air conditioning, full breakfast, wraparound porch, smoke-free environment. Boaters are welcome. Child friendly.

Brookfield Farm B&B

Antique Stone House

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DeMew House and Townhouse

32 Galli Curci Road, Highmount 845-254-9851 alpineosteria.com

5 West St., Marlboro 845-236-9836

Bel’s Inn Bed and Breakfast 69 Spring St., Kingston 845-943-0622

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Danskammer House

Five rooms. Private baths. Breakfast prepared by Culinary Institute of America chefs. Jacuzzi, hiking, biking, walking, lighthouse and nature preserve nearby. Child, pet and group friendly. WiFi. One mile to village of Saugerties. Seasonal.

smythehouse.com

2098 Bruynswick Road, Wallkill 845-895-9251

Two rooms. Private baths. This 27-acre horse farm is perfect for families with children or for couples wishing to have a romantic weekend surrounded by nature. Hot tub. Pet friendly. Open year-round.

Set in an 1870 colonial revival overlooking Marlboro village center, Hudson River and Taconic Mountains, Danskammer House offers five newly-restored guest suites with private baths and contemporary comforts. Multilingual, widely-traveled innkeepers welcome guests with locally-sourced, multi-course breakfasts and Hudson Valley sightseeing recommendations.

158 Burt St., Saugerties 845-532-5565

1796 House, Inn at the Ridge

71 Stonykill Road, Accord 845-626-4596

129 Patura Road, Modena 888-822-7868, 845-883-7868

Three suites. Private baths. Air conditioning, fridge and microwave, TV/DVD. WiFi. Outdoor pool, gardens, walking trail and Scottish Highland cattle. Breakfast delivered to your door.

Chateau and Tudor Rooms, Saugerties Bed and Breakfast 122 Burt St., Saugerties 845-246-4058, 845-399-8302

Two rooms with private baths. Waterfront English Tudor estate. Views of the Catskill Mountains and Esopus Creek. Gardens, pond, sculpture park, reflecting pool and outdoor pool. Wood-burning and electric fireplaces. Open year-round.

Church Des Artistes Guest House 79 Wurts St., Kingston 845-338-2111 churchdesartistes.com

Four rooms each with private bath. Unique lodging in an 1800s church converted to bed and breakfast and artist/musician’s home and studios. Locally-sourced gourmet breakfast available in the courtyard garden or off season in the large comfy kitchen. High-speed WiFi.

ElmRock Inn Bed and Breakfast elmrockinn.com

Farmhouse inn with five rooms. Private baths. Fireplaces. Air conditioning. Carriage house for families. Gourmet breakfast by award-winning chef/owner. Wedding Wire “Couples Choice” Award 2015. Farm-to-table catering for private parties and weddings. Open year-round.

Firehouse Inn

90 Abeel St., Kingston 845-216-3927 firehouseinn.net

Located in an old firehouse, this charming, beautifully-restored first-floor suite has an electric fireplace and cable TV. Within walking distance to the historic Rondout waterfront district, with art galleries, museums, boating, dining and shops. Child friendly. WiFi. Open year-round.

Fox Hill Bed and Breakfast

55 S. Chodikee Lake Road, Highland 845-691-8151 foxhillbandb.com

Three rooms. Private baths. Outdoor pool, exercise room, hot tub, fireplace in one room. WiFi. HDTV/DVD in all rooms. Meeting facility for small groups. Quick access to Hudson Valley Rail Trail for biking and hiking to Walkway Over the Hudson. Open year-round.

Gatehouse Gardens Bed and Breakfast 5 Gatehouse Road, New Paltz 845-255-8817 gatehousegardens.com

Bed and Breakfast offering heated swimming pool, hot tub, WiFi, air conditioning, hiking trail, pond, outdoor activities and BBQ grills. Full kitchen in select rooms. Secluded wooded location.

Inn at Twaalfskill

144 Vineyard Ave., Highland 845-691-3605 innattwaalfskill.com

Closest bed and breakfast to Walkway Over the Hudson. Spacious rooms with oversized luxury baths. Sitting areas, fireplace and period antiques. Beautiful grounds with outdoor bluestone patio. WiFi. Bikes available. ulstercountyalive.com

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Ashokan Dreams B&B


Lundy Farm

Schwartz’s Inn

895 Lundy Road, Wawarsing lundy.farm

A sustainable farm and retreat center nestled in a state forest. Three meals a day plus yoga included. Private rentals available.

Moondance Ridge B&B

55 Shivertown Road, New Paltz 845-255-4161 moondanceridge.com

On-site

Five rooms. Private baths. labyrinth Sauna. Conservatory. Labyrinth. Cable TV, WiFi, Netflix. Electric fireplaces. Whirlpool hot tubs. Accessible. Group friendly.

Mountain Meadows B&B

542 Albany Post Road, New Paltz 845-255-6144 mountainmeadowsbnb.com

Four rooms. Private baths. Amazing views of the Gunks and Mohonk Tower. Great room with pool table and fireplace. Outdoor hot tub and inground pool. Guest kitchen with complimentary beverages and snacks. Call for pet policy. Open year-round.

Phoenicia Belle B&B 73 Main St., Phoenicia 845-688-7226 phoeniciabelle.com

Four rooms. Two private baths. In the heart of the Catskill Mountains with hiking, swimming, skiing and biking close by. WiFi. Open year-round.

Rondout Suite

181 Abeel St., Kingston 845-338-7157 rondoutsuite.com

A lovely one-bedroom rental suite that sleeps four near Kingston’s historic Rondout waterfront district. Fully-furnished first-floor guest suite with full kitchen, full bath with walk-in shower, WiFi, large screen TVs, air conditioning, in-floor radiant heat, washer/dryer, patio with barbecue grill and off-street parking.

Rosie’s Retreat

12 Main St., Esopus 845-389-3222

Rosie’s Retreat is a single-family home that sleeps five in the heart of the Hudson Valley. Immaculate home welcomes you in a country setting yet close to all our area has to offer.

Saint Hubert’s Lodge & Club 626 Lattintown Road, Marlboro 845-795-0037 sainthubertslodge.com

Beautiful bed and breakfast, set on 165 acres, offers a luxurious experience. Guests can stay in the fully-appointed cottage suites or rustic log cabin. All rooms are dog friendly. Group friendly. WiFi. Conveniently located by wineries, distilleries and farm activities.

Saugerties Bed and Breakfast at B&B Tamayo 91 Partition St., Saugerties 845-706-1287

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Two rooms each with a queen-size bed and private bath. Historic 1864 building in the heart of Saugerties. Reasonably priced. WiFi. Private parking. Open May-October.

Saugerties Lighthouse

Lighthouse Drive, Saugerties 845-247-0656 saugertieslighthouse.com

Two rooms. Shared bath. Kitchen available. Breakfast included. WiFi. Child friendly. Grill for outdoor picnic. Lighthouse reached by nature trail on Lighthouse Drive. Must know the tide schedule to access the lighthouse. Check website for availability.

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70 N. Front St., Kingston 845-389-9918 schwartzsinn.com

Located in historic and hip uptown Kingston, the property has been in the family for over 100 years. Featuring two bedrooms, private bath, sitting room and kitchen in a charming setting. Just outside your door, award-winning restaurants, shopping, galleries and historical attractions await. May the Schwartz Be With You. Child and group friendly. WiFi. Open year-round.

Shandaken Inn

One Golf Course Road, Shandaken 845-280-2828 stay@shandakeninn.com

The Renwick Clifton House Bed & Breakfast 27 Barclay St., Saugerties 845-246-0552 renwickclifton.com

Four rooms. Private baths. Grand Southern style 1812 mansion. Hudson River views. Marble tiled bathrooms, Jacuzzi tub, air conditioning and WiFi. Arrive to fresh cut flowers and chocolate truffles. Four-course gourmet breakfast made with fresh, local ingredients.

The Sheeley House Bed & Breakfast 6 Fairview Ave., High Falls 845-687-4360 thesheeleyhouse.com

Boasting 15 artfully furnished and unique guestrooms and a full restaurant and bar, the Shandaken Inn is your home in the Catskills.

Three-story brick house circa 1830s located in historic High Falls. Open year-round. Exclusive house rentals, intimate event celebrations, music and culinary events available.

The Forsyth B&B

The Stone House Bed & Breakfast

theforsythkingston.com

hurleystonehouse.com

85 Abeel St., Kingston 845-481-9148

Boutique bed and breakfast in historic home with modern amenities, private baths and the “best B&B breakfast in the Hudson Valley.” Modern barn on site for intimate events, retreats and gatherings.

The Gateway Lodge Bed and Breakfast 11 Highlands Road, Highmount 845-254-4084 gatewaylodgebandb.com

Eleven rooms. Private baths. Two suites for families up to seven people. Lovely European style inn. Great room has fireplace. Deck with views of Catskill Mountains. Minutes to Belleayre skiing and hiking. Full buffet breakfast. Child, pet and group friendly. WiFi. Open year-round.

The Gray Barn at Woodstock Farm Sanctuary

476 Old Route 209, Hurley 845-339-4041

Five rooms with private baths. 1720s Dutch estate with older features dating from the original New Netherlands. Whirlpool tubs, many antiques, lounge. WiFi. One room is pet friendly.

The Wagar Farm

541 Ulster Heights Road, Ellenville 845-978-0084 thewagarfarm.com

A 4,000-square-foot renovated farmhouse on Beerkill Creek “Hanging Rock Falls.” Large patio along creek and large 1800s farm available for weddings and events. Seven bedrooms. Two full baths and two half baths. Dining room, fireplace and WiFi. Child and group friendly. River and waterfalls.

The White Swan Inn

119 Abbey Road, Mount Tremper 845-679-7926

2 Rescue Road, High Falls 845-247-5700, ext. 118

One room. Private bath. Art gallery. Entertainment. Sacred gardens. Spiritual healing.

An elegant, boutique inn at Woodstock Farm Sanctuary where every stay directly supports the nonprofit mission and rescued animals.

Twin Gables

The Homestead at Catskill Animal Sanctuary

Located in the center of the village, a Woodstock landmark, established in 1926. Complimentary continental breakfast, 24/7 coffee/tea, WiFi. Period furnishings, original artwork, comfortable and charming.

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316 Old Stage Road, Saugerties 845-706-3533 casanctuary.org

This 1813 guest house is on a 148-acre rescued farm animal sanctuary. Guests enjoy a wonderful vegan breakfast, three bedrooms with shared bath and one full efficiency. Membership required, sanctuary tours and events. Child and dog friendly. WiFi. Open year-round.

73 Tinker St., Woodstock 845-679-9479

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Village Green Bed & Breakfast 12 Tinker St., Woodstock 845-679-0313 villagegreenbb.com

The Inn at Kettleboro

Two rooms. Private baths. Air conditioning, cable TV and WiFi. Overlooking Woodstock town square. Steps from dining, shopping, entertainment, hiking and public transportation. Open year-round.

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Watergrasshill B&B

321 State Route 208, New Paltz 914-213-2487

Kettleboro is the perfect getaway offering beautifully appointed rooms with private bath and a farm-to-table breakfast every morning. Enjoy hiking and biking and the Hudson River Valley, and later enjoy spectacular views of the Shawangunks both inside and out. Group friendly. WiFi.

The Onteora Mountain House 96 Piney Point Road, Boiceville 845-657-6233 onteora.com

Seven rooms. Private baths. A secluded and romantic bed and breakfast, with panoramic views of the Catskill Mountains. Fireplaces. Billiard room. Sauna. Meeting facilities. WiFi. Weddings a specialty. Accessible. Pet friendly.

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105 Phillies Bridge Road, New Paltz 845-419-2661 watergrasshillny.com

A charming 1800’s farmhouse with four private guest rooms, farm fresh breakfasts and picturesque mountain views. Minutes from your favorite Hudson Valley activities.

Woodstock Country Inn

185 Cooper Lake Road, Bearsville 845-679-9380 woodstockcountryinn.com

New York Four rooms with private Times baths. Dining room. Full recommended organic breakfast. Heated saltwater pool. Peaceful and secluded, surrounded by mountain views. Two miles to village. Nearby hiking. Recommended by The New York Times.


CABINS AND COTTAGES 8A Tannery Brook Road, Woodstock 845-810-2732 awoodstockwaterfallhideaway.com

Private luxury vacation rental overlooking Tannery Brook Waterfall on quiet side street. Walking distance to center of Woodstock. Fully-equipped kitchen, balcony and other fine amenities. New York City bus stop (no car needed). Sleeps four. Open year-round. Child, pet and group friendly. WiFi.

Arkadia by the Reservoir

5 Reservoir Road, Saugerties 845-246-9922, 888-ARKADIA (275-2342) arkadiacottages.com

Two new immaculate cottages on 10-plus acres of park-like setting with reservoir and mountain views. Swimming/boating area. Deluxe amenities, full kitchen, fireplace, WiFi and hi-def TV/HBO. Child, pet and group friendly. Near Woodstock. Open year-round.

Barn on the Pond

1203 Glasco Turnpike, Saugerties 845-247-3982 barnonthepond.com

Three bedrooms plus loft, camper and cabin. Two baths. Four acres. A rustic yet uniquely elegant barn-style retreat overlooking a pond. Recently named “Best rental in the Catskills for a picturesque weekend getaway to upstate New York” by Time Out New York.

Hidden Cedar Inn

redcottageinc.com/bluedeer

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98 Sinsabaugh Road, Pine Bush 914-850-9197

5655 Red Hill Road, Claryville 845-985-7153

Authentic, updated two-bedroom log cabin with stone fireplace and romantic vibe on 23 picturesque acres of forest bordering the Neversink River.

Blue Quill Cabin

43 Saw Mill Road, Claryville 845-985-7153

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Airy year-round cabin featuring white shiplap and loads of windows for soaking in its stunning natural location in the woods on the Neversink River (there is a swimming hole.) Screen outbuilding is set up for dining and for naps on the comfy sectional. Sleeps four. Fireplace. Child-friendly, pet-friendly. WiFi.

Modern architecture and sleek interior décor has made Basecamp one of our most popular rentals. Located between Saugerties and Woodstock, it’s handy to dining and shops, while the seasonal heated outdoor swimming pool is a homerun. Sleeps eight. Open year-round. Fireplace. Child and pet friendly. WIFI.

Clove Cottages

200 Rock Hill Road, High Falls 845-687-4170 clovecottages.com

Solar-powered

Seasonal cottages. Scenic and eco-cottages peaceful setting. Some with a fireplace. Llamas. Mountain views. Near great hiking. Child and pet friendly. WiFi. Environmentally responsible. Solar powered.

Modern architecture and incredible décor make this two-bedroom home with stone fireplace a sought-after getaway. Just a few minutes from Phoenicia.

Cold Spring Lodge

530 Oliverea Road, Big Indian 845-254-5711 coldspringlodge.com

Seven individual two- and three-bedroom cottages with wood-burning fireplaces, kitchen and private baths. Main lodge has six double bedrooms with private baths. Lovely Catskill Mountain setting on 40 acres. Outdoor pool. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. WiFi. Open year-round.

Belleayre and Phoenicia Vacations

Cutaway Cottage

Three bedrooms, one bath, sleeps up to 11. Romantic, welcoming and comfortable. Fireplace and mountain view. All amenities. Outdoor hot tub for five. Next to state forest and Esopus Creek. Pets welcome. Walk to town. Easy commute to New York City on Trailways buses.

redcottageinc.com/cutaway

175 High St., Phoenicia 845-688-5759

Belleayre Lodge

15 Hostel Drive, Pine Hill airbnb.com

From queen rooms to seven-person efficiencies with gas fireplaces. Communal fire pit, outdoor hot tub. Walk to lake and beach. Near Belleayre Ski area, fishing, hiking, tubing and swimming.

Blackberry Barn

Queens Highway, Kerhonkson 917-653-6555 blackberrybarn.net

Modernized lofted barn on seven acres. Sleeps two to six, 1.5 baths. Fireplace, full kitchen and pond. Minutes from Mohonk and Minnewaska. Rates from $120/night. Available year-round. Child, pet and group friendly.

redcottageinc.com/highpoint

Three-bedroom contemporary set on 12 pastoral acres with open fields, fire pit and swimming pond. Living room features wall of windows.

redcottageinc.com/noordenhouse

One cabin with efficiency kitchen, cable TV, electric fireplace and WiFi. Private patio. Shared outdoor pool. Child and dog friendly. Close to skiing, hiking, shopping, restaurants and KTD Monastery. Three miles from Woodstock village green. Less than one mile from Levon Helm Studios.

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501 Upper Sahler Road, Olivebridge 845-985-7153

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17 Stoney Clove Lane, Chichester 845-985-7153

125 Quarry Ridge Road, Saugerties 845-985-7153

High Point Meadows

Noorden House

Coal Cabin

Basecamp

A 5,200-square-foot newly-built vacation home rental includes six-bedroom suites, each with a private bathroom. Fully-equipped kitchen, patio, lounge, smart TVs, WiFi, DVDs, stereos, towels and linens. Steps away from forest and meadow. Open year-round. Child, pet and group friendly.

Chezbevet

12 McGee Road, Woodstock 845-679-5188 voice/845-3310 text

5582 Red Hill Road, Claryville 845-985-7153

Three-bedroom cottage on seven peaceful acres with pond and room to roam and play, near hiking trails and the scenic Neversink River.

Emerald Forest Bungalows

949 Ulster Heights Road, Ellenville 845-647-9543 emeraldforestbungalows.com

Two-bedroom bungalows/cabins (each sleeps four to six) with kitchens and porch. Tucked away on 75 acres in the enchanting Shawangunk Mountain Valley for recreation or relaxation. Inground saltwater pool. Two-acre pond stocked with bass. Accessible, child friendly, cats allowed. WiFi.

Grogkill Cabin

28 Grogkill Road, Willow 845-985-7153

redcottageinc.com/grogkillcabin

Two-bedroom cabin with fireplace and Scandinavian vibe plus seasonal bunkhouse (full bed) set on 7 private largely forested acres. Convenient to Woodstock.

Accommodations

A Woodstock Waterfall Hideaway

Blue Deer Cabin

94 The Middle Way, Mount Tremper 845-985-7153

Three-bedroom contemporary with heated pool, private grounds, rec room and wraparound deck, which is convenient to Woodstock and skiing.

Phoenicia Lodge

5987 Route 28, Phoenicia 845-688-7772 phoenicialodge.com

Cozy rooms, cottages and suites are situated in a wooded valley between Route 28 and the Esopus Creek, surrounded by the gorgeous Catskill Mountains. Just minutes from Main Street with fantastic shops and restaurants. Close to skiing, hiking and more.

Simpler Times

5973 Route 28, Phoenicia 845-688-5410 simplertimescabins.net

Eight efficiency cabins by the Esopus Creek. Three cabins sleep four, four cabins sleep two, and one log cabin sleeps two to four guests. Three cabins are year-round. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly.

Sky Island Cottage

367 Main St., Kerhonkson 845-626-3661

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Queen bedroom sleeps two adults. Private bath. Wood burning fireplace. Full kitchen, washer and dryer. Private deck faces field along Rondout Creek. Non-smoking. WiFi. Open year-round.

Stony Ledge

59 John Shults Road, Saugerties 845-246-8827 stonyledge.webs.com

One-bedroom apartment in a beautiful, fully-furnished log home. Sleeps six. Amenities include spacious dining/living area, full kitchen and washer/dryer. Close to HITS, village of Saugerties and Woodstock. Golfing, skiing and hiking. Open year-round.

The Barnette

81 Mill Road, Stone Ridge 917-613-3024 hortus.biz

Located on the edge of a botanical garden, this is for nature lovers and people who just want to relax and get away from it all.

The Carriage House

596 Lenox Place, Kingston 845-339-3907

Beautiful loft apartment in restored carriage house. Open floor plan, very private. Full kitchen and dining area, spacious living room, private bath. Bedroom has queen-size bed, sleeps two. WiFi.

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The Carriage House 281 Main St., Pine Hill 917-443-6754

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Renovated 19th-century carriage house. Full kitchen and dining room. Two bedrooms plus extra daybeds in sunny loft-like space. Minutes from Belleayre Mountain in the lovely hamlet of Pine Hill.

The Weyside Inn & Cottages 91 Fire House Road, Big Indian 845-254-5484; 645-332-2638 theweyside.com

Each cottage has bedrooms with private baths, full kitchen, living room and deck. The inn offers private and shared baths. Scenic Catskill Mountain views and lake. On-site and nearby fishing, swimming, boating, skiing and more. Pets welcome. Open year-round.

The Woods House

28 Frankel Road, Accord 845-594-9247

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Rustic handcrafted house on 40 secluded acres. Open floor plan and upstairs loft with queen-size bed. Two-night minimum. Call for weekend rates. Child and pet friendly. WiFi.

Tin Roses Bungalows 183 East Road, Wallkill

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Four fully-stocked efficiencies, each with private baths and screened front porches. Reminiscent of days long ago. Pet friendly. Close to Hudson Valley attractions. Only 90 miles from New York City. Open June to mid-October.

Villas in Woodstock Woodstock 917-596-8533

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Luxury vacation properties in the heart of the famous arts colony of Woodstock. Two suites. One sleeps up to four and the other sleeps up to six people. Fireplace. Brand new kitchens, baths, private gardens and privacy. Open year-round.

Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park at Birchwood Acres

New York City North/Newburgh KOA Kampground

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85 Martinfeld Road, Greenfield Park 845-434-4743

Eighty cabins, luxury trailers, deluxe lodges and deluxe villas. All rental units have cable TV and WiFi. Enjoy the pool, water zone, lake, sports, snack bar, playgrounds and activities program. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. Meet Yogi Bear and friends. Open April 26-Oct. 14.

Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park at Lazy River 50 Bevier Road, Gardiner 845-255-5193 lazyriverny.com

Eighty-nine cabins. Swimming pools, Water Zone, new lazy river, mini-golf, playgrounds, jumping pillow, entertainment, fire pit, full bathrooms and laundry room. Pet and group friendly. Open April to November.

Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Gardiner 50 Bevier Road, Gardiner 845-255-5193 lazyriverny.com

Overlooking the Wallkill River, Jellystone Park Gardiner is set on 100 rolling acres and boasts a breathtaking view of the Shawangunk Ridge. Make memories that will last a lifetime through a wide variety of amenities, luxury accommodations and special activities. Outdoor pool, water park, tennis and entertainment. Meals served on premises. Open April 24-Nov. 8. Accessible. Child, pet and group friendly. WiFi. High speed internet available.

CAMPGROUNDS Blue Mountain Campground 3783 Route 32, Saugerties 845-246-7564

BluemountainCampground.com

Wildcat Mountain Cabin

RV hookups, wooded tent site and all-season cabins. Quality facilities and amenities. Camp store, WiFi, recreational hall, playground, fire pits, park grills, tables, laundry and bath houses with flush toilets and free hot showers. Easy access to many area attractions. Open year-round.

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Creekview Campsites

144 Voss Road, Claryville 845-985-7153

Catskills cabin with wood stove and hot tub, set on 5 private acres with dramatic mountain view. Sleeps four to six.

Woodlands

227 Creek Locks Road, Rosendale 845-658-9142

Restrooms, hot showers, electric and water hookups and fire rings. Tables at each site. Reservations suggested. Open mid-March to Dec. 1.

8 Barnes Road, Claryville 845-985-7153

Glamping at Woodstock Meadows

Three-bedroom cabin set on 5.3 acres among the trees, complete with sunny deck and near numerous hiking trails.

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Woodstock Villa

10 Race Track Road, Bearsville 845-985-7153

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An eclectic three-bedroom home in desirable Woodstock enclave serves up luxury with an artistic sensibility. Large eat-in kitchen with fireplace and sprawling master suite with office. Handy for longer stays. Seasonal heated outdoor swimming pool. Fireplace. Sleeps six. Open year-round. Child and pet friendly. WiFi.

334 Yerry Hill Road, Woodstock 845-594-5522

Luxury campsite consisting of two tents, dining gazebo, firepit, two barbeques, outdoor shower/sinks and flushing portalet. All amenities (firewood, charcoal/propane, toiletries, towels, bathrobes) provided. Open June through October. Group friendly. WiFi.

Hide-A-Way Campsite

900 Woodland Valley Road, Phoenicia 845-688-5109

Forty-eight sites. Electric and sewage hookups, dry/flush toilets. Hiking trails nearby. Pets allowed. Open May-September.

Kenneth L. Wilson Public Campground 859 Wittenberg Road, Mount Tremper 845-679-7020 (S), 845-256-3099 (P) dec.ny.gov/outdoor/24472.html

Tent and RV sites. Boat rentals, fishing, launch site, lake, bike and hiking trails, fireplaces, picnic tables, hot showers, flush toilets and dumping station. No electric hookups. Check-in noon-9 p.m. Pets allowed (restrictions). Open mid-May to Columbus Day.

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119 Freetown Highway, Plattekill 800-562-7220, 845-564-2836

Tent, water/electric, sewer, cabins and lodges. Camp store, laundry, showers, flush toilets and dumping station. Recreation building, pool, fishing and children’s play area. Planned activities, themed weekends and New York City tours. New wine store. April-October.

Phoenicia Black Bear Campground 17 Bridge St., Phoenicia 845-688-7405

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Campsites on the Esopus Creek. Restrooms and hot showers. Dumping station, electric and water hookups. Large firepits. Tables at each site. Seasonal monthly, weekly and daily rates. Groups welcome. Pets allowed. Open April-December.

Rip Van Winkle Campgrounds 149 Blue Mountain Road, Saugerties 845-246-8334

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Tenting, cabins and 80 full hookup sites. Hot showers, flush toilets, recreation building, laundry room, store, fireplaces, beach, stream, children’s play area, fishing, hiking and heated pool. Large secluded sites. Big rigs welcome. Pets allowed. Open April to mid-October.

Romer Mountain Park

355 Woodland Valley Road, Phoenicia 845-688-7440 Seasonal tent camping. Event field for group campouts, parties, weddings and corporate picnics. Accessible, child and group friendly. Open May-October.

Rondout Valley Camping Resort

105 Mettacahonts Road (off Route 209), Accord 845-626-5521

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A total of 380 with electric, 270 with sewage hookup sites. Rental units. Camp store, laundry room, children’s play area, recreation building, hiking, fishing, pool, river/stream, pond, fireplaces, tables, hot showers, flush/dry toilets and dumping station. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. Open year-round.

Samuel F. Pryor III Shawangunk Gateway Campground 953 Route 299, Gardiner 845-255-0032

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Tent camping only. Pavilion with community fire pit, cooking area, bathhouse, restrooms and circulation trails. Twenty-four drive-in and 26 walk-in spots. Adjacent to Mohonk Preserve. Accessible, child and group friendly. WiFi.

Saugerties/Woodstock KOA Kampground 882 Route 212, Saugerties 800-562-4081, 845-246-4089 saugertieskoa.com

Ninety sites, 19 full and 36 with electric sites. Camp store, children’s play area, dumping station, fireplaces, fishing, flush toilets, laundry room, outdoor pool, showers and tables. Deluxe Kamping Kabins available. Child, pet and group friendly. WiFi. Open April-October.

Skyway Camping Resort

99 Mountaindale Road (Route 52), Greenfield Park 800-447-5992, 845-647-5747 skywaycamping.com

Top-rated luxury camping. Tents, RVs and deluxe rentals. Water/electric sites. Full hookups, +50 amp services. Top-rated facilities and bathhouses, 10-square-foot clubhouse and workout room. WiFi. Cable TV. Planned activities. Pet and group friendly. Concierge services. Family-owned and run. Open May-October.


Sleepy Hollow Campgrounds sleepyhollowcampgrounds.com

Ninety-seven sites with electric. Creek, dumping station, fireplaces, fishing, flush toilets, hiking trails, showers and tables. Pets allowed. Open May to early October.

So-Hi Campground

425 Woodland Road, Accord 845-687-7377 sohicampground.com

Seventy-five full hookup sites, 30 amp and 50 amp. Separate, secluded areas with fire ring and picnic table for tenting for small and large groups. Camp store, children’s play area, dumping station, fireplaces, fishing, flush toilets, hiking trails, laundry room, pond, recreation building, showers, stream and tables. Pets allowed. WiFi. Open mid-May to mid-October.

Spring Glen Campground 108 Lewis Road, Spring Glen 845-901-1991

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Fifty-four sites with electric and sewage hookups. Fireplaces, pool, hot showers and tables. Trout stream, waterfall and hiking to old railroad beds. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. WiFi. Open May 1-Columbus Day.

Uncle Pete’s Campgrounds 570 Old Route 28, Phoenicia 845-688-5000 unclepetescampground.com

Sixty sites along the banks of the Esopus Creek. Tube to your campsite. Activities include a softball field, horseshoes, volleyball, basketball, hiking and fly fishing. Pet friendly. Open May-October.

Woodland Valley Public Campground

1319 Woodland Valley Road, Phoenicia 845-688-7647 (S), 845-256-3099 (P) dec.ny.gov/outdoor/24501.html

Tent and trailer sites. Fireplaces, picnic area with tables and grills, hot showers, flush toilets and dumping station. Hiking trails, stream and fishing. Accessible features. Pets allowed (restrictions). Child and group friendly. Open mid-May to Columbus Day.

DUDE RANCHES Pine Ridge Dude Ranch

30 Cherrytown Road, Kerhonkson 866-600-0859 pineridgeduderanch.com

All-inclusive, affordable, family vacation destination. Whether you are looking for a fun weekend close to New York City or the perfect reunion of family or friends, there is something for everyone.

Exchange Hotel

217 Main St., Saugerties 845-246-8123

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Three rooms available for rent in the heart of the village of Saugerties. Each room is decorated with antiques highlighting the 170-year-old establishment’s charm. There is a bar and restaurant located downstairs. The restaurant is open for lunch Monday-Friday, 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. and dinner Fridays, 4-9 p.m.

HOTELS Americas Best Value Inn of New Paltz 7 Terwilliger Lane, New Paltz 845-255-8865 abviofnewpaltz.com

Continental breakfast. Clean and comfortable. Accessible, child and group friendly. WiFi, 32-inch LCD TVs with 100-plus channels and 50-plus On Demand channels, fitness center and guest laundry. Within walking distance to the village of New Paltz.

Best Western PLUS Hotel and The Venue Uptown 503 Washington Ave., Kingston 845-338-0400 bwpkingston.com

The Best Western PLUS offers 208 luxurious guest rooms giving you the space and amenities to unwind and enjoy your downtime. Indoor saltwater heated pool, fitness center, complimentary hot breakfast, microwave, refrigerator, 42-inch flat screen TV and WIFI. Hotel accommodations adjoin for guest convenience but offer a quiet haven to relax and restore. Whether you’re celebrating the intimate wedding of your dreams or coordinating a corporate gathering for hundreds, The Venue Uptown makes your event a flawless and personalized experience every step of the way. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly.

Comfort Inn

2790 Route 32 N., Saugerties 800-4-CHOICE, 845-246-1565 choicehotels.com

Amenities include a full hot breakfast, exercise room, HBO, upgraded leisure rooms with microfridge, whirlpool tub and indoor pool. Two efficiencies. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. WiFi.

Foxfire Mountain House

72 Andrew Lane, Mount Tremper 845-688-2500 foxfiremountainhouse.com

Bohemian and relaxed, Foxfire is like your globe-trotting uncle’s country estate. It’s about conversation, community and the right ambiance to create perfect moments.

Hampton Inn - New Paltz

4 S. Putt Corners Road, New Paltz 845-255-4200 hamptoninn3/newpaltz.hilton.com

Offering a warm and inviting atmosphere perfect for your night away from home. During your stay, enjoy the heated salt water indoor pool, fitness center, free WiFi and a complimentary hot breakfast. All rooms have a microwave, refrigerator, coffee maker, 46-inch TV. Accommodates up to 98 people in our meeting spaces.

Hampton Inn by Hilton Kingston 1307 Ulster Ave., Kingston 845-382-2600 kingston.hamptoninn.com

Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park at Birchwood Acres

Complimentary hot breakfast, indoor saltwater pool, fitness center and business centers. Refrigerator and microwave in each guest room. Honors Rewards Program. Close to many tourist sites.

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Holiday Inn Express & Suites

85 Martinfeld Road, Greenfield Park 845-434-4743

1835 Ulster Ave., Lake Katrine 845-336-6200

A total of 188 sites for tents, trailers and motor homes. Enjoy the pool, water zone, lake, sports, snack bar, playgrounds and activities program. Cable TV for RV sites and WiFi. Meet Yogi Bear and friends. Open April 26-Oct. 14.

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Hotel offering complimentary breakfast, a safe, refrigerator and Keurig in each room. Indoor heated pool and 24-hour fitness facility. Free car chargers for guests. The meeting room, which adjoins a lovely outdoor patio, accommodates 67 people and is available for rental for meetings. Accessible, child and group friendly. Free WiFi.

Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Gardiner 50 Bevier Road, Gardiner 845-255-5193 lazyriverny.com

Overlooking the Wallkill River, Jellystone Park Gardiner is set on 100 rolling acres and boasts a breathtaking view of the Shawangunk Ridge. Make memories that will last a lifetime through a wide variety of amenities, luxury accommodations and special activities. Outdoor pool, tennis, water park and entertainment. Meals served on premises. Accessible. Child, pet and group friendly. WiFi. High speed internet available.

Diamond Mills Hotel & Tavern 25 South Partition St., Saugerties 845-247-0700 diamondmillshotel.com

Diamond Mills is a luxury 30-room boutique hotel and contemporary Italian restaurant located in the historic village of Saugerties. Nestled between the mighty Hudson River and the majestic Catskill Mountains, Diamond Mills offers a hotel and culinary experience like no other in the region. Accessible, child and group friendly. WiFi.

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Saugerties 2777 Route 32, Saugerties 845-247-8800 ihg.com

Beautiful new hotel with 85 rooms plus mountain views, conveniently located just off NY State Thruway Exit 20. Indoor heated pool, fitness center, business center and WiFi. Free buffet breakfast.

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Woodstock Way Hotel

10 Waterfall Way, Woodstock 845-684-5911 woodstockway.com

Enchanted

Eight modern bohemian suites forest and nestled within the historic waterfall town of Woodstock. Enjoy the convenience of walking to town while staying inside newly-refurbished living spaces surrounded by an enchanted peaceful forest complete with waterfall and a meandering creek.

INNS AND LODGES Beaverkill Valley Inn

7 Barnhart Road, Lew Beach 845-439-4844 beaverkillvalleyinn.com

Urban Cowboy Lodge

37 Alpine Road, Big Indian | 845-254-5026 urbancowboy.com

Urban Cowboy Lodge has 28 luxurious, uniquely designed rooms in five buildings featuring signature suites with clawfoot bath tubs for two and pot belly stoves. All suites come complete with private decks, Wright mattresses and floor-to-ceiling hand-printed wallpaper. You can hike, you can dance by the fire, you can sleep all day, or you can do all three. Simply put, Urban Cowboy Lodge is the most magical destination in driving distance of New York City. Open year-round. Group friendly. WiFi. Meeting/conference facilities. Dining room. Meals served on premises. Outdoor pool, sauna. Lounge and entertainment. Fireplace. High-speed internet. Hours of operation; Thursday-Sunday 8 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Hotel Dylan

Quality Inn & Suites

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320 Maverick Road, Woodstock 845-684-5422

Featuring 22 vintage-modern, boutique rooms. Located on Route 28, guests are close to Woodstock’s live music, arts, wellness and abundant hiking opportunities.

Hotel Kinsley

301 Wall St., Kingston 845-768-3620 (hotel) 845-768-3621 (restaurant)

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Hotel Kinsley is a collection of four architecturally distinct 19th-century buildings comprised of 43 guest rooms in the historic Stockade District in uptown Kingston. Open year-round. Restaurant: Dinner Sunday-Thursday 5 p.m.-9 p.m.; Friday-Saturday 5-10 p.m. Brunch Saturday-Sunday 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Meeting/conference facilities. Lounge and fireplace. Accessible. Child, pet and group friendly. WiFi. High-speed internet.

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Indoor pool and fitness center. Meeting/conference facilities (accommodating up to 40 people). Free high-speed internet. Breakfast and dinner available. Non-smoking. Accessible, child and group friendly.

Pine Hill Arms Hotel and Restaurant 288 Main St., Pine Hill 845-254-4012 pinehillarms.com

Rooms with private baths. Meeting/conference facilities. Maeve’s Place Coffee Shop. Sauna. WiFi. Fireplace in lobby. Lounge. Meals. Child and group friendly. Just one-quarter mile to Belleayre Mountain Ski Center and summer concerts.

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Seven beautifully furnished rooms with flat-screen TVs, DVD and WiFi. Newly renovated two-bedroom cabin and three-bedroom rental. Upscale restaurant on site. On Neversink River. Open year-round. Accessible, child and group friendly.

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Residence Inn

800 Frank Sottile Blvd., Kingston 845-383-3695 marriott.com/pourk

New extended-stay hotel with spacious studio, one- and two-bedroom suites with separate living and sleeping area. Fully-equipped kitchen, complimentary grocery delivery service. Complimentary hot breakfast and evening social hours. Indoor pool and fitness center. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. WiFi.

Rodeway Inn & Suites

Free continental breakfast, free high-speed Internet, local and long distance calls and HBO. New suites feature sofa sleepers and 32-inch flat screen TVs.

500 Frank Sottile Blvd., Kingston 800-321-2211, 845-382-2300

bluehilllodgecafe.com

Refrigerators, microwaves, coffeemakers, hairdryers and irons. WiFi, indoor pool, game room and exercise facility on premises. Continental breakfast. Full-service conference/banquet facilities. Roudigan’s Steakhouse for dining.

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Kingston Courtyard by Marriott

1471 Denning Road, Claryville 845-985-0247

Bohemian Inn

601 Main St., New Paltz 845-883-7373, 800-4 CHOICE (424-6423)

Complimentary internet access. Indoor pool and sauna. Flat screen TVs, microwaves and fridges in each room. Meeting/conference facilities. Complimentary coffee in lobby. Accessible, child and group friendly.

Blue Hill Lodge & Café

114 Route 28, Kingston 800-4-CHOICE, 845-339-3900

Howard Johnson Inn

2764 Route 32, Saugerties 800-446-4656, 845-246-9511

Guest rooms with private baths. Dining room. Hiking, cross-country skiing, ice skating, fly fishing and tennis. Indoor heated pool. Fitness center, recreation rooms. WiFi. Breakfast included. Proudly using locally-sourced ingredients. Accessible.

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The Bluestone Basecamp

44 Partition St., Saugerties 917-538-9572

Quirky inn with loads of charm located in the center of the village of Saugerties and in the heart of the Hudson Valley.

Buttermilk Falls Inn & Spa 220 North Road, Milton 845-795-1310 buttermilkfallsinn.com

Hudson River estate on 75 acres. Private baths. Fireplaces. Gourmet breakfast and tea. Spa services. Wedding and retreat facilities. Gardens, brooks, trails, ponds and waterfalls. Minutes from Walkway Over the Hudson. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. Open year-round.

Catskill Rose Lodging & Dining 5355 Route 212, Mount Tremper 845-688-7100 catskillrose.com

Modern cozy rooms with king-sized bed, private bath, seasonal saltwater pool, sauna and more. Fab, spirited food, chef made in-house, including bread, desserts and ice cream. Dinner Thursday-Sunday from 5 p.m. Lodging every day. Frommer’s, Mobil and Zagat rated.

4170 Route 9W, Saugerties 845-247-7446

Catskill Seasons Inn

The Hudson Valley’s first micro-boutique hotel. Spacious ensuite rooms feature large windows with Catskill Mountain, vineyard, lake, garden and/or tree top views.

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The Shanley Hotel

56 Main St., Napanoch 845-217-3112

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Known as the most haunted location on the East Coast, the Shanley Hotel is a bed and breakfast where you will be sleeping with the spirits. Featured on TV shows “Ghost Lab” and “Ghost Hunters.” Ten rooms. Private and shared baths. Continental breakfast. Open year-round.

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178 Route 42, Shandaken 845-688-2505

Outdoor pool, tennis, 60 acres of streamside hiking. Private marble baths and in-room fireplace. Most rooms have full kitchens. WiFi. Pets allowed in designated rooms only. Dining by fireside, candlelight or outdoor deck in season. Open year-round. Accessible, child and group friendly.

Colonial Inn

305 Main St., Pine Hill 845-254-5577 colonialinn.com

Fourteen rooms with private baths. Breakfast included. WiFi. Restaurant and full-service bar on premises. One mile to ski Belleayre. Hunting, fishing, hiking and swimming nearby. Pet friendly. Open year-round.


Copperhood Retreat & Spa copperhood.com

Onsite spa, biking, hiking and snowshoeing

Mountain retreat with 16 rooms and 32 acres alongside the Esopus Creek. Full-service spa, indoor pool and tennis. Hike, bike, snowshoe on property. Book a massage; wade in the river; fly fish or bird-watch. WiFi and breakfast included. Pet friendly.

CS Coach House

913 Route 213, High Falls 845-687-7946 cscoachhouse.com

Rustic and chill. Features four guest rooms with private baths and balconies or decks tucked away along a stream with seasonal waterfalls on 10 landscaped and wooded acres. Unplug and unwind. Trail blaze. Lounge streamside.

Dewitt Lodge

104 Dewitt Mills Road, Kingston 845-338-3878

Newly renovated vacation home for up to four people on four acres of woodland in Hurley. Fireplace and WiFi. Pet friendly.

Dream Weavers’ Suite Dreams 34 N. Front St., Kingston 845-338-4552, 914-388-1002 suitedreamskingstonny.com

Boutique suites in the heart of historic Uptown Kingston, with access to our roof-top deck. Near NY State Thruway Exit 19 and near Trailways bus station. Also 20 percent discount in our café throughout your stay. Open year-round.

Frost Valley YMCA

2000 Frost Valley Road, Claryville 845-985-2291 frostvalley.org

Outdoor recreation/conference facility with meals and programming included. Enjoy hiking by the lake or various indoor and outdoor activities. Retreats and families welcome. Accessible. Event listings on website.

Full Moon Resort

1 Valley View Road, Big Indian 845-254-5117 fullmoonresort.com

Kaatsbaan Lodge

1811 Old Kings Highway, Saugerties 800-221-6496, 845-247-9177 totaltennis.com

Rooms have private baths. Fireplace in common area. Tennis camp for adults. Lodging and meals included in tennis packages. Twenty outdoor and five indoor courts. Four paddle courts. Child friendly with babysitting service. Outdoor pool, hot tub and spa services. Bar. Group friendly. WiFi.

Kate’s Lazy Meadow

5191 Route 28, Mount Tremper 845-688-7200 lazymeadow.com

Nine rooms. Full kitchen in several suites and fireplaces in several suites. Natural salt hot tub. Kate Pierson of the B-52s owns this modern retro retreat on the beautiful Esopus Creek. Open year-round. Accessible. Pet friendly.

Minnewaska Lodge

3116 Route 44/55, Gardiner 845-255-1110 minnewaskalodge.com

Newly decorated. Bed and breakfast feel with hotel amenities. Breakfast. Meeting/conference facilities. Weddings up to 50 people. Stunning mountain views. Easy access to Shawangunk Mountains, Mohonk Preserve and Minnewaska State Park. Open year-round.

Mohonk Mountain House - Grove Lodge 1000 Mountain Rest Road, New Paltz 866-966-0348 mohonk.com/grove-lodge

The new lodge at Mohonk Mountain House consists of six large guest rooms and one great room with a gas fireplace, flat-screen television and ample seating. Guests who reserve a room in the lodge have all meals and most resort activities included in their rate.

New Paltz Hostel and Inn 145 Main St., New Paltz 845-255-6676 newpaltzhostel.com

Old-fashioned, home-like hospitality. Private and shared rooms. Cook-it yourself kitchen. Living room. Get away from commercialism. WiFi.

Full-service facility. Lodging, catering (on and off site), event management and planning. Weddings, workshops, conferences and retreats. Pavilion and barns. Open year-round.

hasbrouckhouseny.com

Located in the historic hamlet 18th-century of Stone Ridge and recently Dutch Colonial renovated, Hasbrouck House stone mansion is an inviting escape from the city, a food and drink destination and a beautiful, natural setting for special events. The property centers around an 18th-century Dutch Colonial stone mansion featuring 20 thoughtfully-designed suites within the main house, nearby carriage and stable houses.

Fourteen rooms and efficiencies. Private baths. Cable TV, refrigerator and microwave. WiFi. Stream, surrounded by woods and mountain views. Short distance to Woodstock, Catskill Mountains and HITS. Dogs allowed. Open May-December.

Slide Mountain Forest House 805 Oliverea Road, Oliverea 845-254-5365, 845-254-4269 slidemountain-inn.com

Nineteen rooms; six chalet efficiencies with woodburning fireplaces. Outdoor pool, tennis, hiking and trout ponds. Great for group events. On 120 acres in the Catskill Forest Preserve. Accessible (limited). Dining room and lounge, open Memorial Day-October. Chalets, year-round.

The 1850 House Inn & Tavern 435 Main St., Rosendale 845-658-7800, 855-658-1850 the1850house.com

Beautiful historic building on the banks of the Rondout Creek. Rooms with private baths and either a town or creek view. Seasonal creekside and inside dining on our waterfront deck. Close to hiking, biking and fishing. Perfect accommodations for large groups and weddings. Accessible by bus or train. Open year-round.

The Alpine Inn

37 Alpine Road, Oliverea 845-254-5026 thealpineinn.com

Spacious guest rooms, some with fireplace and Jacuzzi bath. Breakfast included. Dining room and lounge. Outdoor pool. WiFi. Perfect country location in the heart of the Catsill Mountains for hikers, skiers, retreats and workshops. Accessible, child and group friendly. Open year-round.

The Ashokan Center

477 Beaverkill Road, Olivebridge 845-657-8333 ashokancenter.org

Situated in the Catskill Park on 385 acres of woodlands, meadows, streams and farmland, the Ashokan Center hosts educational groups, retreats, weddings, conferences, concerts and festivals throughout the year in beautiful, sustainably designed facilities.

thegreensinn.com

Twenty-seven rooms with private baths in four separate wings, each with its own kitchen and community sitting area. Laundromat on site. Satellite TV and WiFi. Pet and child friendly. Next to HITS and other attractions. Open year-round.

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3805 Main St., Stone Ridge 845-687-0736

redhouseinn.com

451 Washington Ave., Saugerties 845-246-5488

92 Partition St., Saugerties 845-418-3270

Hasbrouck House

3249 Route 32, Saugerties

The Greens Inn

Green Suites

Two second-floor suites above retail store. One sleeps six and one sleeps four. Full kitchen and bath, whirlpool bath, washer/dryer and off-street parking. Walk to nearby restaurants, shops, galleries, movies, historic sites and outdoor activities in this charming village. Group, pet and child friendly. WiFi. Open year-round.

Red House Inn

Accommodations

7039 Route 28, Shandaken 845-688-2460

The Newkirk

10 East Chestnut St., Kingston 215-284-4287

The Herwood Inn

148 Tinker St., Woodstock 845-306-5419 theherwoodinn.com

The Herwood Inn is a boutique inn offering luxury accommodations, located in the heart of Woodstock. Proudly serving guests eco-friendly, cruelty free and fair trade goods. Shared cedar hot tub, wood-burning stove and more. Open year-round. One suite ADA accessible. Child, pet and group friendly. Event buyouts possible for the entire group. Sleeps up to 12. WiFi. Meeting/conference facility. Ten indoor and 50 outdoor. The Commune lounge, shared outdoor fireplace. High-speed internet.

newkirknest.com

Upscale airbnb historic house just blocks to the Rondout waterfront. Whole house short term r ental/event space. Open year-round. Child, pet and group friendly (with prior approval.) WiFi.

The Village Inn

135 Partition St., Saugerties 845-372-6608 villageinnsaugerties.com

Luxurious rooms and suites featuring an outdoor “Secret Garden,” just steps from the heart of the village of Saugerties. Shopping, dining and exploring. Child and pet friendly. WiFi. Open year-round.

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Slide Mountain Motel

5 Ruthenbeck Road, Shandaken 845-688-7130, 631-560-8894 slidemountainmotel.com

Eight efficiencies with private baths. Located in the heart of the Catskill Mountains near hiking, skiing and fishing. Barbecue and fire pit. Close to Woodstock and Phoenicia. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. WiFi. Open year-round.

Starlite Motel

5938 US Route 209, Kerhonkson 845-626-7350 thestarlitemotel.com

The Starlite Motel is a 1960s motor lodge tucked between the Shawangunk Ridge and the Catskills. A short distance from Minnewaska State Park and some of the most exciting hiking, skiing, biking and climbing around. Recently renovated with an emphasis on comfort and convenience. Complimentary breakfast on weekends. Child, pet and group friendly. WiFi. Outdoor pool and firepit.

Starlite Motel

Emerson Resort & Spa

5340 Route 28, Mount Tremper | 845-688-2828 emersonresort.com

Surrounded by majestic mountains and rushing waters, the Emerson is nestled in the heart of Mother Nature’s playground. Enjoy spacious rooms, personalized service and outdoor adventures. Full-service spa, Woodnotes Grille restaurant, The Shops at Emerson. Wedding and conference facilities. Dogs welcome.

The Villa at Saugerties 159 Fawn Road, Saugerties 845-246-5440 thevillaatsaugerties.com

The Villa at Saugerties is a Mediterranean modern oasis. A truly unique luxury escape in the Catskill Mountains.

The Warehouse

133 Partition St., Saugerties 845-594-5659

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Saugerties Plumbers Union warehouse converted over time into a rustic industrial chic open loft space for nightly and weekly rentals in the middle of historic Saugerties. Peaceful and quiet location yet within steps of the lovely village to explore, shop, indulge and dine.

The Wheelhouse Inn 282 Main St., Pine Hill 845-254-6705

thewheelhouseinn.com

Offering affordable accommodations located at the base of Belleayre Mountain. A short walk to Pine Hill Lake, restaurants and great trails for hiking and biking.

The Woodstock Inn on the Millstream

48 Tannery Brook Road, Woodstock 800-420-4707, 845-679-8211 woodstock-inn-ny.com

Located in the heart of Woodstock. Beautiful grounds along the cascading Millstream with 18 rooms, studios and two stand-alone cottages. Bountiful continental breakfast included. WiFi and cable TV. Open year-round. Child and group friendly.

Vacation House B&B

771 Broadway, Ulster Park 845-663-2222 vacationhousebnb.com

Situated in the heart of the Hudson Valley close to countless attractions and things to do. Whether you’re looking for walking trails or wine trails, skiing or skydiving, the inn is the perfect place to relax after a full day.

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MOTELS Atlas Motor Lodge

125 Tillson Ave. Extension, Highland 845-691-8300, ext. 100 atlasmotorlodge.com

Free internet access. Minutes to Walkway Over the Hudson, Mid-Hudson Bridge with Marist College, Vassar College, the Culinary Institute of America and the State University of New York and SUNY New Paltz nearby.

Chelsea Motel

6099 Route 44/55, Kerhonkson 845-626-3551 chelseamotel.com

Three efficiencies; 12 rooms, clean and comfortable. Scenic views. WiFi. Minutes to Minnewaska State Park Preserve. Nearby hiking, biking, mountain climbing, fishing and hunting. Child and group friendly. Open year-round, 24/7.

Colonial Motel

6812 Route 209, Kerhonkson 845-647-7575

Twenty-two rooms. Views of the scenic Shawangunk Ridge and close to restaurants and shopping in Ellenville.

Econo Lodge

530 Main St. (Route 299 East), New Paltz 800-424-4777, 845-255-6200 econolodge.com

WiFi, refrigerators and microwaves in every room and summer-only outdoor pool.

Rodeway Inn Skytop

239 Forest Hill Drive, Kingston 845-331-2900

choicehotels.com/new-york/kingston/rodewayinn-hotels/ny478

Continental breakfast. WiFi. LTD display TVs. Excellent location: near Horse Shows in the Sun (HITS), skiing and Woodstock. Pets allowed. Open year-round.

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8722 Route 28, Big Indian 888-218-6467 845-254-4449 starlite-motel.com

Catskill charm with modern conveniences. Newly renovated efficiencies. Amenities include full kitchen, TV/DVD, WiFi, picnic area and continental breakfast. Near Belleayre Mountain, lake, hiking and charming villages. Pets allowed. Open year-round.

Super 8 Kingston

487 Washington Ave., Kingston 800-800-8000, 845-338-3078 super8.com

Free continental breakfast, wireless internet and cable TV. Families welcome. Dogs allowed with permission (pet fee). Four accessible rooms.

The Graham & Co.

80 Route 214, Phoenicia 845-688-7871 thegrahamandco.com

Twenty-room destination hotel, four-season Catskills’ getaway with bonfires (weather permitting), pool, bocce ball field, volleyball, badminton and bikes. Lounge, WiFi and fireplace. Free breakfast Saturday-Sunday. Open year-round.

The Lake Motel

669 Broadway, Ulster Park 845-339-2913 lakemotelulster.com

On Mirror Lake. Efficiency rooms with microwaves, refrigerators, cable, WiFi, full baths, tables and chairs. Offering canoes, rowboats, picnic tables, charcoal grill and fire pit. Nightly, weekly and contractor rates. Accessible. Pets allowed.

Village Motel

70 N. Main St., Ellenville 845-647-6020 nyvillagemotel.com

Convenient location, budget rate.

Wenton Motel

3127 Route 9W, Saugerties 845-246-1071, 845-247-3110 Twenty-eight rooms. Each room has cable TV, microwaves and refrigerators. Near shopping and dining. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. Wi-Fi.


RESORTS 375 Pantherkill Road, Phoenicia 845-688-6897, ext. 101

1195 Arrowhead Road, Ellenville 844-469-7829, 845-210-1600 honorshaven.com

menla.org

Surrounded by rolling landscapes, lush gardens and a crystalline lake, Honor’s Haven can be found tucked away on over 200 acres in the Shawangunk Mountains. Offering 232 overnight accommodations, a wide array of recreational activities, a lakeside wedding venue and over 48,000 square feet of dedicated meeting space. Accessible, child and group friendly. WiFi.

Meetings, conferences, retreats and personal getaways. Meals by gourmet chef. A 325-acre estate surrounded by Catskill Forest Preserve. Deluxe private and standard shared accommodations. Wellness spa, yoga studio, meditation sanctuary and conference center. Outdoor swimming and hiking.

Mohonk Mountain House

1000 Mountain Rest Road, New Paltz 866-966-0348 mohonk.com

Award-winning National Historic Landmark resort. Meeting/conferences. Weddings. Meals by award-winning chefs. Award-winning spa. Fireplaces, indoor heated pool and fitness center. Pristine lake. Miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Ice skating pavilion. Rock climbing, boating, tennis and golf. Children’s programs. Accessible, child and group friendly. WiFi. Open year-round.

Q Estate at Soyuzivka Heritage Center

216 Foordmore Road, Kerhonkson 845-626-5641 soyuzivka.com

Dewa Spa at Menla

375 Panther Kill Road P.O. Box 70, Phoenicia, NY 12464 845-688-6897 menla.org/spa/

Dewa offers a wide range of Eastern and Western spa treatments featuring the Tibetan KuNye massage, herbal baths, Shirodhara, vibrational sound therapy, customized facials, as well as saunas and steam rooms to stimulate and detoxify your system.

Spa at Honor’s Haven Resort 1195 Arrowhead Road, Ellenville 845-210-1600 honorshaven.com

Historic Shawangunk estate with old-world charm nestled on over 150 acres. Spectacular Catskill Mountain views. Weddings, private events, retreats and conference facilities for up to 250 people. Meals, outdoor pool, hiking trails, natural spring-fed green pool, spa facilities and tennis.

The spa offers natural and restorative treatments in a serene environment, alleviating stress and tension. Facilities offer fitness center, indoor and outdoor pools, wet/dry sauna, Jacuzzi, yoga, tai chi, massages and facials. Memberships available. Group friendly. WiFi.

Rocking Horse Ranch Resort

The Emerson Spa

rockinghorseranch.com

emersonresort.com

600 Route 44/55, Highland 800-647-2624, 845-691-2927

All-inclusive four-season All-inclusive water family resort nestled on park, tubing and 500 acres in the heart of carriage rides the scenic Hudson Valley. Offers activities for families of all ages including Big Splash Indoor Water Park. Horse Adventures, a private lake, Winter Fun Park, Mountain Tubing, delicious meals, nightly family entertainment and more.

5340 Route 28, Mount Tremper 845-688-2828

Spa therapies and wellness inspired by the earth’s elements and the tranqility of the Catskills. Custom designed treatments to suit the health, lifestyle and desire of every guest. Treatments include use of fitness center, steam, sauna and outdoor hot tub.

Condé Nast A 30,000-square-foot spa Traveler No. 1 wing with 16 treatment Resort Spa in rooms, solarium, outdoor the US. heated mineral pool, indoor heated pool and comprehensive fitness center. Voted No. 1 Resort Spa in the United States by Conde Nast Traveler. Accessible and group friendly. WiFi.

SPIRITUAL RETREATS Center for Symbolic Studies

475 River Road Extension, New Paltz symbolicstudies.org

Sponsors a rich array of workshops, lectures, professional trainings, seasonal festivals, ceremonies, dance and outdoor adventure programs. Accessible. Open year-round.

KTD Monastery

335 Mead Mountain Road, Woodstock 845-679-5906 kagyu.org

Tibetan Buddhist monastery offering retreats and events throughout the year. Located across from Overlook Mountain trailhead. Public tours on Saturday and Sunday at 1 p.m.

Day conferences and 36-bed overnight lodging. Green building on 95 acres of the Shawangunk Ridge with panoramic Catskill Mountain views, perfectly suited for group reflection and creative thinking. Private hiking trails. Appointment required. Open year-round.

buttermilkfallsinn.com

Hudson River estate on 75 acres just 70 miles from New York City. Spa services and indoor pool, sauna and steam room. Accessible. Group friendly. WiFi. Minutes from Walkway Over the Hudson. Catering and events available.

Mountain retreat with 16 rooms and 32 acres alongside the Esopus Creek. Full-service spa, indoor pool and tennis. Hike, bike, snowshoe on property. Book a massage, wade in the river, fly fish or bird-watching. WiFi and breakfast included. Pet friendly.

mohonk.com

lifebridge.org

220 North Road, Milton 845-795-1310

copperhood.com

1000 Mountain Rest Road, New Paltz 866-966-0348

333 Mountain Road, Rosendale 845-658-3439

Buttermilk Falls Inn & Spa

7039 Route 28, Shandaken 845-688-2460

The Spa at Mohonk Mountain House

Lifebridge Sanctuary - Retreat & Conference Center

SPAS

Copperhood Retreat & Spa

Accommodations

Menla Retreat & Spa

Honor’s Haven Resort & Spa

Sky Lake Retreat Center 22 Hillcrest Lane, Rosendale 845-658-8556 skylake.shambhala.org

Miracles Day Spa

814 Hoagerburgh Road, Wallkill 845-702-3526 MiraclesDaySpa.com

Medical massage, couples massage, reflexology, pregnancy massage, hot stone massage, facials and body-wraps. Parties and small weddings. Instant online spa gift cards are available. Open year-round, seven days a week. 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Lounge and fireplace. Meeting/conference facilities for 8-10. Accessible. WiFi. High-speed internet. Open year-round. Child and group friendly.

A Shambhala meditation and retreat center nestled in a forest of tall cedars and white pines. Seven rooms, private baths and food from local farms. Available weekdays and weekends. Group rentals. Open year-round.

Zen Mountain Monastery 871 S. Plank Road, Mount Tremper 845-688-2228 zmm.org

Western Zen training

A Zen training center offering a variety of programs and retreats that are dedicated to providing traditional yet distinctly Western Zen training to people of all religious backgrounds, monastics and lay practitioners.

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Travelers’ Information AIRPORTS Albany International Airport (ALB) 737 Albany-Shaker Road, Albany 518-242-2200, 518-242-2299 albanyairport.com

Accessible, child friendly and group friendly. WiFi.

Joseph Y. Resnick Airport (N89) Off Route 209, Ellenville 845-647-6570, ext. 6

Between the village of Ellenville and hamlet of Napanoch. Part-time maintenance person at airport.

Kingston-Ulster Airport (20N) 1151 Flatbush Road, Kingston 845-336-7700; 845-336-8400 kingstonulsterairport.com

Community airport offering aircraft hangar and tie-down rentals. Flight school, aircraft maintenance and 100LL Jet A fuel available on site. Open daily, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Call for flight school appointment. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. WiFi.

New York Stewart International Airport (SWF)

MTA Metro-North Railroad Hudson Line to Poughkeepsie 41 Main St., Poughkeepsie Dial 511 and follow prompts mta.info

Frequent, convenient, daily service from Grand Central Station to Poughkeepsie. Ulster County Area Transit (UCAT) runs supporting bus service to and from Poughkeepsie Train Station.

UCAT (Ulster County Area Transit) 1 Danny Circle, Kingston 888-827-UCAT (8228) 845-334-8458, 845-340-3333 ulstercountyny.gov/ucat

Ulster County Area Transit (UCAT) offers safe, affordable, reliable public transportation service throughout Ulster County with limited service to Orange and Dutchess County with connecting service to Poughkeepsie train station.

BUSINESS ASSOCIATIONS/ CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

1180 First St., New Windsor 845-838-8200

Destination Saugerties

Operated by the Port of Authority of New York and New Jersey. Ample parking, car rentals and public transportation. Low-priced domestic flights available on Allegiant, jetBlue, American and Delta.

destinationsaugerties.org

swfny.com

Wallkill Airport

857 Plains Road, Wallkill 845-255-4033

Runway 2,700-feet long by 30-feet wide. Runway heading 210 and 030. 100LL available – self-service fuel. Accessible, child and group friendly.

BUSES/PUBLIC TRANSPORT Adirondack Trailways/Pine Hill/New York Trailways 400 Washington Ave., Kingston 800-858-8555 trailwaysny.com

P.O. Box 1139, Marlboro 845-616-7824

meetmeinmarlborough.com

New York State Farm Trail and map. Business and services directory. Farm markets and specialty farms, organic products, history, wineries, restaurants, antiques, bed and breakfasts/spas, art, dance, live entertainment, attractive array of shops and businesses. Festivals and events. Child and group friendly. All seasons.

New Paltz Regional Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Information Center 257 Main St., New Paltz 845-255-0243 newpaltzchamber.org

Creating a sustainable environment for our membership to compete and thrive while strengthening civic and community interests for New Paltz and the Hudson Valley region. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. WiFi.

Phoenicia Business Association P.O. Box 391, Phoenicia phoeniciany.com

Located in the Catskill Mountains, Phoenicia has a great collection of restaurants, shops and inns. Hiking trails, skiing, fishing, tubing, art galleries and historic museums.

Rondout Valley Business Association P.O. Box 450, Accord 845-687-4567 rondoutvalley.org

rosendalechamber.org

Ellenville-Wawarsing Chamber of Commerce The Hunt Memorial Building, 124 Canal St., Ellenville 845-647-4620 ewcoc.com

Tourist information for Ellenville, the town of Wawarsing, Ulster County and the Shawangunk Mountain region. Promotion of local businesses and community events. Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

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Meet Me In Marlborough

The Saugerties Merchants Association is comprised of business owners in various industries (an art gallery, housewares boutique, knitting shop, events venue, historical tavern and a coffee house), but they all share a few things in common: they love Saugerties, want to shout about it and they’re ready for more.

Amtrak

To get to Kingston, Woodstock, Saugerties and other northern sections of Ulster County, take Amtrak to Rhinecliff. Enterprise Rent-A-Car’s drop-off service can have a car waiting for you, or take a taxi to your Ulster County destination. Departs Penn Station, New York City and other locations nationwide.

KWBA is the business alliance of downtown business and property owners. KWBA represents and promotes the Kingston waterfront area’s businesses and their interests, produces events, and manages the marketing and public relations for the district.

Rosendale Chamber of Commerce

Esopus Business Alliance

amtrak.com

thekingstonwaterfront.com

340 Main St. Saugerties

Local bus terminals include Kingston, Pine Hill, Phoenicia, Woodstock, New Paltz and Rosendale. 455 Rhinecliff Road, Rhinecliff or 41 Main St., Poughkeepsie 800-USA-RAIL, 800-872-7245

Kingston Waterfront Business Association (KWBA)

P.O. Box 1, Port Ewen 845-384-1650

Kingston Uptown Business Association (KUBA) P.O. Box 3602, Kingston kingstonuptown.org

The mission is to provide leadership, foster trade and commerce and interface actively with the local government in efforts to promote Kingston as a viable place to visit, work and live. Uptown Kingston blends a historic treasure of architecture with a dynamic multifaceted community where you can shop, dine, visit or transact business in the area.

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P.O. Box 533, Rosendale

A group of committed business people based in the Rosendale area of the Mid-Hudson Valley. They actively promote business activity in Rosendale while staying true to the quirky spirit that makes the town so special.

Saugerties Chamber of Commerce P.O. Box 731, Saugerties 800-957-0124 discoversaugerties.com

An organization of cooperating Saugerties businesses working together and networking to promote a prosperous, vibrant economy through promotions and special events for residents and visitors.

Saugerties Tourism, Town of Saugerties

4 High Street, Saugerties NY 12477 845-246-0784, 845-246-2800 saugertiestourism@gmail.com

Saugerties Tourism, Town of Saugerties working to promote local tourism events, sites and festivals as well as local arts and the businesses that support them. The 1727 Kiersted House is home to the Saugerties Historical Society. Hours for the Dutch Barn at the Kiersted House are 1-4 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. saugertieshistoricalsociety.org thedutchbarn.org

Southern Ulster County Chamber of Commerce Highland 845-591-4658

Facebook: Southern Ulster Chamber of Commerce, Highland


214 Fair St., Kingston 845-338-5100 ulsterchamber.org

The largest business advocacy organization in Ulster County, supported by an active and involved membership. Publishes Community Resource Guide and Membership Directory for visitors and those seeking to relocate to Ulster County.

Woodstock Chamber of Commerce and Arts 10 Rock City Road, Woodstock woodstockchamber.com

TAXIS/CAR RENTALS/ RIDESHARE Abe’s Taxi Service

Belleayre Region Lodging and Tourism Association (BRLTA)

Taxi service only.

belleayremountainlodging.com

73 Center St., Ellenville 845-647-5656

Accord/Kerhonkson Taxi-Limo Service Kerhonkson 845-626-9620

Enterprise Rent-A-Car 126 Route 28, Kingston 845-338-6006 enterprise.com

HOSPITAL EMERGENCY CARE

Open Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday closed.

Albany Med EmUrgent Care

Enterprise Rent-A-Car

emurgentcare.com

Open 9 a.m.-9 p.m. every day.

enterprise.com Open Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m.-1 p.m.

CareMount Medical Urgent Care

Grab a Cab

2976 Route 9W, Saugerties 518-264-9000

1561 Ulster Ave., Lake Katrine 844-484-6564 caremountmedical.com

Open Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-6:45 p.m.

1051 Ulster Ave., Kingston 845-336-4700

75 Claredon Ave., Kingston 845-331-7700

eonekingston.com

Open weekdays 8 a.m.-8 p.m. and weekends 8 a.m.-4 p.m.

FirstCare Walk-in Medical Center 222 Route 299, Highland 845-691-DOCS (3627) firstcaremedcenter.com

Provides treatment for minor emergencies, illnesses and injuries. A convenient alternative when you need immediate care and are unable to see your regular doctor or have no personal physician. Open every day including most holidays.

HealthAlliance Hospital: Broadway Campus, Westchester Medical Center Health Network 396 Broadway, Kingston 845-331-3131 hahv.org

A community hospital with a commitment to advancing care. State-of-the-art emergency department and fast-track urgent care. Exceptional, patient-focused medical and surgical services.

HealthAlliance Hospital: Mary’s Avenue Campus, Westchester Medical Center Health Network 105 Mary’s Ave., Kingston 845-338-2500 hahv.org

A fully accredited 150-bed acute-care facility, offering outstanding inpatient and outpatient healthcare. It is recognized as a community cancer hospital by the American College of Surgeons’ Commission on Cancer. Well known for orthopedic and cardio-vascular surgery.

Department of the Environment 17 Pearl St., Kingston 845-338-7287

ulstercountyalive.com/electric-vehicle-tourism

Ulster County is one of the most environmentally friendly counties in the country. Visit plugshare.com and type in “Ulster County” in the search engine to locate a charging station.

Maurice D. Hinchey Catskills Visitor Center

5096 Route 28, Mount Tremper 845-688-3369 catskillsvisitorcenter.org

NYS Department of Environmental Conservation

Open Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.; closed Sunday.

40 Hurley Ave., Kingston 845-338-5600

Electric Vehicle Tourism

Kingston Kabs/Blue Top Taxi

ellenvilleregional.org

Emergency One

Travelers will find exactly what they need for lodging, dining and local services. A select group of the establishments are accessible and child, pet and group friendly. WiFi and other special amenities. Call for assistance.

hertz.com

790 Ulster Ave., Kingston 845-338-6929

Services include emergency, inpatient, rehab, MRI, radiology, cardiology, cardiac rehab, orthopedics, pain management, gastroenterology, ambulatory surgery, speech language pathology, occupational therapy, neurological surgery and wound care.

P.O. Box 443, Highmount 845-254-9851

Discover Catskills nature, history and culture through interactive exhibits, get local maps and recommendations and find unique souvenirs to bring home. Also features the newest Catskills fire tower, accessible nature trails, picnic areas and Esopus Creek access.

Hertz Rent-A-Car

Ellenville Regional Hospital 10 Healthy Way, Ellenville 845-647-6400

TRAVEL INFO CENTERS

440 Route 28, Kingston 845-331-8294 kingstonkabs.com

Taxi transportation; local and long distance. Open daily, 24 hours a day.

Lyft

Hudson Valley

lyft.com/cities/mid-hudson-ny

DEC- Region 3 21 S. Putt Corners Road, New Paltz 845-256-3000 dec.ny.gov

State campground information: 845-256-3099; hunting: 845-256-3098; fishing: 845-256-3161. Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. WiFi.

The Crafted Trail

An application-based ridesharing service used to request a ride in minutes.

3328 Route 209, Stone Ridge 914-589-9691

New Paltz Taxi

Receptive tour operator offering custom charter tours locally and nationwide as well as day tours from New York City to the Hudson Valley.

npztaxi.com

Ulster County Tourism/Kingston Heritage Area Visitors Center

139 Main St., New Paltz 845-255-1550

Located at the New Paltz bus terminal. Accessible, child and group friendly. Local competitive rates. Also providing airport and medical transportation. Open seven days a week.

Sensible Car Rental

518 Albany Ave., Kingston 845-338-5900

Hour of operation: weekdays 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Uber

Hudson Valley

uber.com/cities/nyc-suburbs/

A location-based smartphone app used to request rides.

Woodstock Transportation P.O. Box 562, Woodstock 845-679-7766

Local and long distance. Hours of operation: Monday-Thursday, 6 a.m.-6 p.m., Friday, 6 a.m.-10 p.m., Saturday-Sunday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.

thecraftedtrail.com

20 Broadway, Kingston 800-342-5826, 845-340-3566 ulstercountyalive.com

Visitors can find a variety of complimentary travel guides and other tourism promotional materials at the Visitors Center which is located at the base of Broadway in downtown Kingston. Volunteers and Ulster County tourism department employees staff the Visitors center. Accessible. Child, pet and group friendly. WiFi. Kingston Heritage Area Visitors Center: 800-331-1518, 845-331-7517 kingston-ny.gov

Ulster Welcome Center at Walkway Over the Hudson 87 Haviland Road, Highland 845-834-2867 parks.ny.gov

New plaza serving as the gateway for the western end of the Walkway Over the Hudson featuring magnificent views of the Hudson River, special events, concession and public restrooms.

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Ulster County Regional Chamber of Commerce


TRAVEL PLANNERS

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Active Lifestyle Tours

Modern and spacious rooms, include complimentary high-speed wireless internet, complimentary breakfast, microwave, refrigerator, Keurig coffee maker and personal safe. Many of our rooms are handicapped accessible. 24 hour fitness center. On-site self laundry facilities. Complimentary self parking available.

Marlboro 845-244-8687 (U.S. & Canada) 888-868-7576 activelifestyletours.com

Active Lifestyle Tours is for people who want to see New York while participating in fun activities. We feature single day trips and multi-day trips. Breakfast included. Open year-round, 8 a.m.-8 p.m. WiFi. Child and group friendly.

Event Atlas

45 E. Bridge St., Saugerties 917-301-3751 eventatlasco.com

A full-service tour operator, independent travel and event planning agency offering customizable tours to Hudson Valley distilleries, wineries and breweries as well as cultural destinations in the area and local concierge services.

Holiday Inn Express Kingston 1835 Ulster Ave., Lake Katrine, NY 12449 | www.hiexpress.com/kingstonny

Hudson River Valley Tours

455 Binnewater Road, Rosendale 845-658-3101 hrvtours.com

A receptive operator for the historic Hudson River Valley region, providing all services necessary in planning the perfect customized group tour to this destination. Accommodations, restaurants, attractions, itinerary planning and step-on guide service.

NJoy The Ride

75 E. Chester St. Extension, Kingston 845-594-1836 Facebook: Njoy The Ride, Kingston

Specialty car service and concierge service for any trip, event or airport run. Seasonal specialty rides.

Bumper cars

Tubbing

Free Continental Breakfast Free High-Speed Internet WiFi Fridge, Microwave, Hair Dryer

The Rodeway Inn & Suites of New Paltz is an excellent destination for all types of travelers. Leisure travelers have the convenient proximity to New Paltz, Poughkeepsie, Hyde Park and Kingston. The surrounding area has exquisite historical sites such as, Huguenot Street, Mohonk Mountain House, FDR Home & Library, Vanderbilt Mansion.

601 Main Street, New Paltz, NY | 845-883-7373 | www.rodewaysuites.com

Wall climbing

Skating

Bungee Trampoline

Inflatables

Skating and so much more! 365 Broadway, Ulster Park, New York 12487 (845) 331-9680 • www.woodnwheel.com 56

The first stop on your next great adventure!

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Hudson River Maritime Museum Wooden Boat School | Sailing & Rowing School

LEARN | BUILD | SAIL | ROW

www.hrmm.org | 50 Rondout Landing, Kingston, NY 12401 . . . . .

Programs for every level Indoor-to-outdoor transition Groups and corporate events Camps and scouts Customized climbing trips

Rock Climbing Specialists Since 1974

1.800.777.CLIMB High-Xposure.com

Graphic Design Websites Print Services from Kingston, NY

FUN Sightseeing Cruises, Music Cruises, Special Events & more!

lurecreativedesign.com 330-907-8710

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20 Broadway, Kignston, NY 12401

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NEW YORK STEWART INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Conveniently located in the Hudson Valley, New York Stewart’s comfortable size, modern amenities, friendly staff, and focus on customer care make getting to and flying out of the airport hassle-free. Featuring services from Allegiant, American, Delta and JetBlue, NY Stewart is the easiest way to travel in and out of the region. Visit SWFny.com

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Ulster County 2020-21 Official Travel Guide  

Ulster County 2020-21 Official Travel Guide  

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