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ORANGE COUNTY T R AV EL GUIDE

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2016 MAJOR ANNUAL EVENTS JANUARY Skiing, Snowboarding and Snow Tubing • Mt. Peter, Warwick 845-986-4940 www.mtpeter.com • Thomas Bull Memorial Park, Montgomery 845-457-4910 www.orangecountynyparks.com FEBRUARY George Washington’s Birthday Celebration Washington’s Headquarters, Newburgh. 845-562-1195 www.nysparks.com MARCH Maple Sugaring Hudson Highlands Nature Museum, Cornwall • 845-534-5506 www.hhnaturemuseum.org APRIL Brigade of the American Revolution Spring Encampment New Windsor Cantonment New Windsor • 845-561-1765 www.nysparks.com

MAY Hudson River Cruises (through October)

Orange County Fair Middletown • 845-343-4826. www.orangecountyfair.com

• Pride of the Hudson (departs Newburgh) 888-442-5211 845-363-4550 www.prideofthehudson.com

AUGUST New York Renaissance Faire (into September) Tuxedo • 845-351-5171 www.renfair.com/NY

• River Rose (departs Newburgh) 866-240-7665 www.riverrosecruises.com

Hudson Valley Jazz Festival 917-903-4380 www.hudsonvalleyjazzfest.org SEPTEMBER New York Air Show Stewart International Airport 321-395-3110 • www.airshowny.com

UFO Fair Village of Pine Bush • 845-744-8230 www.pinebushufofair.com JUNE Riverfest Cornwall-on-Hudson • 845-534-4200 www.river-fest.com Grand Circuit Harness Racing Goshen Historic Track • 845-294-5333 www.goshenhistorictrack.com JULY Great American Weekend Goshen • 845-294-7741 www.goshennychamber.com

OCTOBER Applefest Warwick • 845-987-8300 www.warwickapplefest.com Sugar Loaf Fall Festival Sugar Loaf • 848-467-8427 www.sugarloafnewyork.com NOVEMBER Thanksgiving at Brick House Montgomery • 845-615-3830 www.hillholdandbrickhouse.org Special Tours at Gillinder Glass Port Jervis • 845-856-5375 www.gillinderglassstore.com

Monroe Cheese Festival Monroe • 845-774-1727 www.monroecheesefestival.com

DECEMBER Wreath Fineries at the Wineries 845-496-3661 www.brotherhood-winery.com

Port Jervis Fall Foliage Festival Port Jervis • 845-858-4017 www.portjervisny.org

Candlelight Historic Homes Tour Newburgh • 845-561-2585 www.newburghhistoricalsociety.com

General Montgomery Day Montgomery • 845-457-9661 www.villageofmontgomery.org

Christkindlmarkt Port Jervis • 845-856-1611 Facebook: ChristkindlmarktPortJervisNY Christmas in the Village Museum Village, Monroe. 845-782-8248 www.museumvillage.org

See our complete Calendar of Events at www.OrangeTourism.org.

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GETTING HERE Tourist Information Centers............ 6 Airports............................................... 7 By Car, Bus or Train........................... 7 By Ferry............................................... 7 Tour Services...................................... 7 Motorcoach Tours............................. 7 Taxi and Car Services........................ 7

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HISTORY & CULTURE Historic Houses.................................. 9 Historic Sites...................................... 9 Museums.............................................11 Spiritual Centers................................11

13 ARTS Arts Council....................................... 13 Galleries............................................. 13 Performing Arts Centers.................15 Sculpture Parks.................................15

Skiing................................................. 23 Snow Tubing..................................... 23 Spectator Sports............................. 23 Sports Facilities............................... 23 Swimming.......................................... 23 Tennis................................................. 25 Trails................................................... 25 Watercraft Rentals.......................... 26 Zoo...................................................... 26

28 FARMS & MARKETS Christmas Tree Farms..................... 28 Farm Fresh Dairy.............................. 29 Farm Fresh Produce & More.......... 29 Farm Fresh Meats............................. 31 Specialty Farms................................ 32 Weekly Farmers Markets................ 31 Winter Farmers Markets................ 32 Winter Municipal Farmers Market................................ 33

34 BREWERIES, CIDERIES, DISTILLERIES & WINERIES Breweries.......................................... 34 Cideries.............................................. 36 Distilleries......................................... 36 Tours.................................................. 36 Wineries............................................ 36 37 ANTIQUES & SHOPPING Antiques............................................ 37 Auction Houses............................... 40 Factory Tours................................... 40 Shopping Centers........................... 40 Unique Shopping............................ 40 41 LODGING Bed & Breakfasts............................. 42 Cabins & Camping........................... 45 Conference Facilities.......................46 Hotels & Motels...............................46 49 INDEX

Cover Photo Credit: Jeffrey Sovelove • Hiking on Bare Rock Trail in Sterling Forest State Park overlooking Greenwood Lake. All information was correct at printing, but please call your destination to make sure that opening times have not changed.

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16 RECREATION Amusements......................................16 Ballooning..........................................17 Bicycling.............................................17 Bird Watching...................................18 Boat Cruises......................................18 Drive-In Movies................................18 Fishing.................................................18 Flying & Soaring................................18 Golf......................................................19 Horse Drawn Rides...........................19 Horse Trails.......................................20 Horseback Riding............................20 Hunting..............................................20 Ice Skating........................................20 Marinas & Boat Launches...............21 Motorcycling.....................................21 Parks – Community..........................21 Parks – County................................. 22 Parks – Preserves............................ 22 Parks – State..................................... 22 Scenic Vistas & Special Sights...... 23

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ORANGE COUNTY’S TOP ATTRACTIONS If you have limited time to see the sites, these are the places you want to catch. • United States Military Academy at West Point

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• Storm King Art Center

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• Sugar Loaf Art & Craft Village

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• Over 2 dozen craft beverage wineries, breweries, distilleries, and cideries

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• Woodbury Common Premium Outlets

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• Boat cruises on the Hudson at Newburgh Waterfront p. 18 p. 11 • Motorcyclepedia Museum • Hiking Harriman State Park and Appalachian Trail

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• Washington’s Headquarters

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• Orange County Choppers

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• Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame

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• National Purple Heart Hall of Honor

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• Gillinder Glass

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• Biking the Heritage Trail

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GETTING HERE Tourist Information Centers Orange County Tourism Mon-Fri, 9-5. 99 Main Street Goshen, NY 10924 845-615-3860  •  Fax: 845-291-2137 www.OrangeTourism.org Find us on: Central Valley (Woodbury Common Premium Outlets) In the Pavilion (Restaurant Court) 498 Red Apple Court • 845-928-6840 Year round. www.premiumoutlets.com/ woodburycommon Goshen (Harness Racing Museum) 240 Main Street • 845-294-6330 Daily year round. www.harnessmuseum.com

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Montgomery (Orange County Chamber of Commerce) 30 Scott’s Corners Drive 845-457-9700 Mon-Fri, 8:30-5. www.orangeny.com

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Palisades Parkway Between exits 16 &17 on Palisades Interstate Parkway • 845-786-5003. Trail and road maps, hiking and travel guides, refreshments, NY fishing licenses and tackle. Daily April-Oct, 8-6; Nov-March, 8-5. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day.

Port Jervis Juncture of Routes 6 & 23 845-856-6694 Memorial Day to Columbus Day. www.tristatechamber.org Sugar Loaf 1371 Kings Highway (GPS Chester) 848-467-8427 Year round rack with information. www.sugarloafnewyork.com Warwick (Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce) 31 South St. in the Caboose 845-986-2720 Weekdays. www.warwickcc.org West Point Visitors Center 2107 New South Post Road West Point • 845-938-2638 Daily 9-4:45. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day. www.westpoint.edu/visitors


AIRPORTS

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TOUR SERVICES

Orange County Airport 500 Dunn Road • Montgomery 12549 845-457-4925 Recreational and sightseeing flights, rentals, hangars, tie downs, flight instructions, repair stations, charter, air taxi, school tours. Picnic area and restaurant.

ShortLine 800-631-8405 Daily commuter service from Port Authority in New York City to over 20 towns and villages. Overnight packages and day trip destinations including Woodbury Common Premium Outlets, West Point, Brotherhood Winery, Bear Mountain State Park, Orange County Choppers, Newburgh Waterfront, Hudson River cruise boats, and Mount Peter Ski Area. Call for brochure. www.coachusa.com/shortline

Hudson River Valley Tours LLC PO Box 474 • Rosendale 12472 845-658-3101 Customized group travel and itinerary planning. Reservation service for lodging, meals, and attractions. Professional stepon guides. Transportation services. www.hrvtours.com

Randall Airport 100 Airport Road • Middletown 10940 845-343-5965 Balloon, glider and ultralight rides and instruction. Power plane and hang glider instruction. Hangars and tie downs. School and scout group tours. Stewart International Airport (SWF) 1180 First Street • New Windsor 12553 845-838-8200 Operated by the Port Authority of NY and NJ. Ample parking, car rentals, and public transportation options. Reached via New York I-84 and I-87 (NYS Thruway). www.panynj.gov/airports/stewart.html For airline reservations or information, contact:

New Jersey Transit 973-275-5555, 1-800-626-RIDE. Service from New York City and Newark Airport to Greenwood Lake and Warwick. www.njtransit.state.nj.us Main Line Bus 800-631-8405 ext 1332. Local service: Woodbury Common Premium Outlets, Harriman, Monroe, Chester, Goshen, Middletown. www.transitorange.info

Allegiant – (702) 505-8888 www.allegiantair.com

Adirondack Trailways 800-858-8555. Service from points north to Newburgh. www.trailwaysny.com

American Airlines - (800) 433-7300 www.aa.com

BY TRAIN

Delta Connection - (800) 221-1212 www.delta.com JetBlue Airways - (800) 538-2583 www.jetblue.com Warwick Airport 41 Airport Road • Warwick 10990 845-986-9544 Sports and recreational flying, tie downs, hangars, flight instruction. Tours.

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New Jersey Transit (Port Jervis Line) 973-275-5555, 1-800-626-RIDE. From Pennsylvania Station (New York City). Orange County stops: Tuxedo, Harriman, Salisbury Mills, Campbell Hall, Middletown, Otisville, Port Jervis. www.njtransit.com

BY FERRY Newburgh Waterfront to Beacon Ticket office, 845-569-4024. Service during commuter hours only. www.nywaterway.com/ NewburghToBeaconRoute.aspx

MOTORCOACH CHARTERS Leprechaun Lines 100 Leprechaun Lane • New Windsor 12553 800-MAGIC-17 or 845-565-7900 Charter bus operator, deluxe climate controlled motorcoaches chauffeured by fully qualified uniformed operators. www.leprechaunlines.com ShortLine/Coach USA 800-877-1888. Special group packages for day trips or multi-day tours—we’ll arrange everything! Groups of all sizes welcome. Our modern deluxe fleet includes motorcoaches, trolleys and vans. www.coachusa.com West Point Tours, Inc. PO Box 125 • Vails Gate 12584 845-561-2671 Deluxe motorcoach and minicoach transportation for groups. Air-conditioned school buses available. We are committed to your transportation needs. www.westpointtours.com

All companies listed provide service to the 3 major metropolitan airports. Advance reservations are recommended. Companies with an asterisk (*) offer 24 hour service within the county. Listed as to town of origin. CHESTER /GOSHEN Monroe Taxi • 845-469-4441 or 294-5448 FORT MONTGOMERY – WEST POINT Academy Taxi • 845-446-8294 www.academytaxi.homestead.com* GREENWOOD LAKE Greenwood Lake Taxi (southern and eastern Orange County) • 845-477-0314 www.greenwoodlaketaxi.com MIDDLETOWN Syndicated Taxi • 845-343-7777 MONROE Monroe Taxi (all points) • 845-782-8141 www.monroe-taxi.com* Speedy Car Service • 845-783-4444 Village Taxi • 845-783-6112 www.villagetaxiny.com NEWBURGH Bob’s Taxi (eastern Orange County) 845-561-8330* Dr. Bird Taxi and Limo • 845-200-4828 www.drbirdtaxiandlimo.com WALDEN B&D Taxi Company • 845-778-7143* WARWICK Josies Taxi • 845-986-8073

CAR SERVICES All Transportation Network 800-525-2306 x111 www.alltrans.net Streetwise Transportation 845-551-0598 www.streetwisetransportation.com Visconti Ground Transport 845-567-3560 www.viscontirides.com

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Orange County is easily reached by major highways. The New York State Thruway (Interstate 87) is the major route between New York City and Albany. Interstate 84 takes visitors from Pennsylvania through Orange County to the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge. Route 17 (soon to be Interstate 86) starts at the Thruway and proceeds northwest through the county.

MetroNorth (Hudson Line) 212-532-4900. From Grand Central Station (New York City). Taxi and shuttle service across the Hudson River is available between Newburgh and Beacon station. No shuttle service on major holidays. www.mta.info

Independent Helicopters 1032 First Street • New Windsor 12553 845-549-3755 Scenic tours of the beautiful Hudson Valley from the air. By appointment. www.independenthelicopters.com

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United States Military Academy at West Point

HISTORY & CULTURE When Henry Hudson sailed his ship “Half Moon” up the Hudson River and into Cornwall Bay in 1609, he was the first in a long list of remarkable travelers to Orange County. These influential women and men determined the early history and culture of America. Travel back through time to the 1700s. It’s the end of the Revolutionary War and George Washington establishes his headquarters at a stone fortress in Newburgh, high above the majestic Hudson. Explore a place so rich in history, it’s America’s first Registered National Historic Landmark. Witness firsthand our battle re-enactments, fabulous faires and one-of-a-kind festivals.


Brick House 850 Route 17K • Montgomery 12549 • 845-457-4921 18th century estate of Nathaniel Hill. Colonial and Victorian furnishings. Special events throughout the year. Mid-May to mid-Oct. Sat & Sun, 10–4. www.hillholdandbrickhouse.org Bull Stone House 183 County Route 51 • Campbell Hall 10916 • 845-496-2855 1722 fieldstone homestead continuously occupied by the Bull family for 10 generations. Original furnishings. Only New World Dutch Barn in the county. National Register of Historic Places. Tours Mon-Sat by appointment. www.bullstonehouse.org Crawford House 189 Montgomery Street • Newburgh 12550 845-561-2585 Built in 1830, the mansion is Greek Revival with Federal elements. Spectacular views of Newburgh Bay and largest collection of Hudson River School paintings in the area. Hudson River sloop and steamboat models display. April–Oct. Sun 1–4, or by appointment. Call for schedule of events. www.newburghhistoricalsociety.com Edwin Welling Van Duzer Memorial House 25 East Avenue • Middletown 10940 • 845-342-0941 A museum of old Middletown in an 1887 home. Historical Society of Middletown & the Wallkill Precinct. Wed 1–5.

Eleazer Harding House 183 Old Mountain Road • Otisville 10963 • 845-386-5945 Circa 1790 home with herb garden, cooking hearth, exhibits. Different craft demonstrations monthly. Newly restored 19th century barn. House tours by appointment. FREE, donations accepted. On Cty Rte 90, 1 mile from intersection of Rte 211. May-Oct, 4th Sun. Noon-4. Fort Decker 127 Main Street • Port Jervis 12771 • 845-856-2375 Revolutionary War site and 18th century historic house. Cooking demonstrations and tastings. Admission by donation. Last Saturday of the month, June-Oct, 1-4, or by appointment. www.minisink.org Gomez Mill House 11 Mill House Road • Marlboro 12542 • 845-236-3126 Oldest manor house in Orange County, and the earliest extant Jewish residence in America. 1714 Mill House, ice house, and restored mill and dam. It was a fur trading post and home to merchants, patriots, farmers, craftsmen and statesmen. National Register of Historic Places. Apr–Oct. Wed-Sun 10-4. www.gomez.org Hill-Hold 128 Route 416 • Campbell Hall 10916 • 845-291-2404 1769 stone farmhouse on a historic farm. One room schoolhouse, summer kitchen, herb garden, smoke house and resident farm animals. Special events throughout the year. May–mid-Oct. Wed–Sun, 10–4. www.hillholdandbrickhouse.org

Jacob T. Walden House 34 North Montgomery Street • Walden 12586 845-778-5218 18th century Dutch colonial house. Once owned by Jacob T. Walden for whom the village is named. Period furnishings on display. Apr-June and Sept-Nov, 3rd Wed evenings and by appointment (write PO Box 48). www.thewaldenhouse.org Knox’s Headquarters State Historic Site 289 Forge Hill Road • Vails Gate 12584 • 845-561-5498 Elegant country estate of John Ellison occupied by Generals Knox, Greene and Gates successively during the Revolutionary War. Ruins of the 1741 mill, Silver Stream, and trails are located on the grounds. Special events. Memorial Day–Labor Day. Wed-Sat, 10-5. Sun 1-5. www.palisadesparksconservancy.org

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HISTORIC HOUSES

Morrison Hall 115 South Street • Middletown 10940 • 845-344-6222 1906 “Mansion” of Orange County Community College. Magnificent example of turn-of-the-century craftsmanship with beautiful woodcarving, mosaic work, stenciling, ornate marble fireplaces, and a large stained glass window designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany. Daily 9–5. www.sunyorange.edu

HISTORIC SITES Carnegie Library 138 Pike Street • Port Jervis 12771 845-856-7313 or 845-856-9154. Only Carnegie Library in Orange County. Opened in 1903 and still a full service library. Houses Minisink Valley Historical Society archives. www.portjervislibrary.org

Dutch Reformed Church (1835) Second & Grand Streets • Newburgh 12550 Designed by Alexander J. Davis. Architecturally one of the finest Greek Revival churches in the United States. Recently named as a National Historic Landmark. Not open to the public. www.newburghdrc.org

Chester Railroad Station 47 Main Street • Chester 10918 • 845-469-2591 On the former Erie Main Line, this restored 1915 Arts & Crafts style passenger station hosts rotating exhibits related to the history of Chester and the railroad. The station serves as an entry to the Heritage Trail. May-Oct. Sat 9-1. www.ChesterHistoricalSociety.com

Fort Montgomery State Historic Site 690 Route 9W • Fort Montgomery 10922 • 845-446-2134 Scene of a fierce Revolutionary War battle for control of the Hudson River. Museum with movie and exhibits. Interpretive programs by costumed staff, and hiking trails past historic ruins. Beautiful views of the Hudson River. Footbridge connects with Trailside Museums and Zoo. Mid-April through Oct. Wed-Sun 9-5. www.palisadesparksconservancy.org

Constitution Island West Point 10996 • 845-265-2501 Tour includes boat ride to and from island, guided tour of Revolutionary War fortifications and grounds of Warner House. Admission. Wednesdays, June–Sept. Reservations required. www.constitutionisland.org

Fort Putnam Delafield Road • West Point 10996 • 845-938-3590 Predating the military academy where it is located, the fort was considered the key to the defense of “Fortress West Point” during the Revolutionary War. The cannon covered the landward approaches to the Great Chain that stretched across the Hudson River. www.usma.edu/museum

Genealogical Society 4 Glenmere Cove Road • Parry Building • Goshen 10924 Research rooms open to the public; volunteers will help you find your Orange County ancestors. Mon & Fri 9am12:30pm. First and third Wed of the month, 9am-4pm. www.ocgsny.org Goshen Historic Track 44 Park Place • Goshen 10924 • 845-294-5333 A living museum with a sporting history over 160 years old. Training facility for harness race horses year round. 1,500-seat grandstand. Full slate of harness racing during the months of June and July. Daily 8-4. www.goshenhistorictrack.com Goshen Historic Walk Goshen 10924 • 845-294-7741 A self-guided tour of Historic Goshen starting from the permanent map located in the center of town by the village green. Pamphlets and information available at Goshen Chamber of Commerce, 223 Main Street, Goshen. www.goshennychamber.com

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Clove Furnace Historic Site 21 Clove Furnace Drive & Route 17 • Arden 10910 845-351-4696 Museum with iron mining displays, iron making furnace and exhibits related to county history. Year round Mon–Fri, 9–11 and 1–4.

The Gatehouse 224 Smith Clove Road • Central Valley 10917 845-928-6770 Recently restored 1912 stone building, which once marked the entrance to “Proctoria,” the estate of F.F. Proctor, the Vaudeville King of the late 1800s. Displays of memorabilia unique to the area. Third Sun of each month, 1-3pm.

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Greenville Historic Buildings 203 Main Street • Greenville 12771 • 845-856-5064 Fort Van Tyle, Greenville Methodist Church, Tap Stone Inn. Seven Districts one-room school houses: Graham, Eatontown, Clark, Bushville, Greenville, Logtown and Hardscrabble. Call for information. Last Encampment of the Continental Army 19 Causeway Road (Route 300) • Vails Gate 12584 • 845-563-4600 1782-83 Revolutionary Army camp with replicas of military huts. Nature trails, observation tower, picnic facilities. Daylight hours. New Windsor Cantonment State Historic Site 374 Temple Hill Road • New Windsor 12553 • 845-561-1765 The winter encampment during the closing days of the Revolutionary War. Costumed interpreters demonstrate life at the camp. Visitor center (open year round) features exhibits. Special events. Grounds open April-Oct. Tues-Sat 10-5. Sun 1-5. www.palisadesparksconservancy.org Orange Square Pike & Sussex Streets • Port Jervis 12771 Tallest Civil War monument in the county. Site where Stephen Crane gathered information for The Red Badge of Courage. U.S. Military Academy 2107 New South Post Road • West Point 10996 • 845-938-2638 The West Point Visitors Center and Museum are open 7 days a week. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day. Visitors Center 9-4:45. Museum 10:30-4:15. See West Point Tours listing below for guided tours. www.westpoint.edu

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Warwick Historic Village 2 Colonial Avenue • Warwick 10990 • 845-986-3236 Baird’s Tavern, a 1766 stone tavern where Martha Washington stayed, is the second oldest home in Warwick. The Old School Baptist Meeting House was built in 1810. Tours Sundays at 2pm. www.warwickhistoricalsociety.org Washington’s Headquarters State Historic Site 84 Liberty Street • Newburgh 12550 • 845-562-1195 Gen. George Washington made this fieldstone farmhouse his Continental Army headquarters and spent more time here than anywhere else during the Revolutionary War. The new exhibit, “Unpacked and Rediscovered” is interactive, showing pieces taken from the museum’s vast collection. In 1850 the property became our nation’s first public historic site. Mid-April thru Oct. Wed-Sat, 11-5. Sun 1-5. Nov to Mid-April, Thur-Sat, 11-3. www.palisadesparksconservancy.org West Point Tours, Inc. United States Military Academy • 2107 New South Post Road West Point 10996 • 845-446-4724 Enjoy a guided tour of the U.S. Military Academy. Walk the paths of generals and presidents tracing the footsteps of our country’s great leaders. Enjoy spectacular views of the majestic Hudson River. Hear exciting tales and fascinating stories. Tour buses depart daily from the West Point Visitor Center. www.westpointtours.com Woodbury Historical Society 532 Route 32 • Highland Mills 10930 • 845-928-6479 Dedicated to Charles E. Rushmore, namesake of Mt. Rushmore, it contains a historical collection on the family. The Gatehouse has additional exhibits at 224 Smith Clove Road in Central Valley. Tues 2–4. Thurs 7–9. Sat 10:30–12:30, or by appointment. www.woodburyhistoricalsociety.org


Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame 240 Main Street • Goshen 10924 • 845-294-6330 Drive a sulky to the finish line in the 3D simulator. Riveting state-of-the-art and interactive exhibits. Call and judge a race. Theaters tell the fascinating history of America’s first sport. Home of the largest collection of Currier & Ives trotting prints. Changing art exhibits. Group tours, conference and private party facilities. Fully handicap accessible. Daily 10-5. VISITOR INFORMATION CENTER. www.harnessmuseum.com Hudson Highlands Nature Museum Wildlife Education Center 25 Boulevard • Cornwall-on-Hudson 12520 • 845-534-7781 The education center offers living exhibitions of native animals next to a 100-acre natural area with well-marked walking trails. Year round. Fri-Sun 12-4. Outdoor Discovery Center 100 Muser Drive • Cornwall 12518 • 845-534-5506 The Outdoor Discovery Center features trails and “Discovery Quests” through different ecosystems. SpringOct. Sat & Sun 10-4. www.hhnm.org Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum 94 Broadway • Newburgh 12550 • 845-569-4997 Changing exhibits of original manuscripts and documents from the world’s largest private collection. Monthly exhibitions of local and national artists in all media. FREE. Mon-Sat 10-4. Sun 12-4. www.karpeles.com Maybrook Railroad Museum 111 Schipps Lane • Maybrook 12543 • 845-427-2717 Refurbished railroad caboose. The Village Hall contains artifacts, films, videos, and photographs of the past. Also, a g-scale model train layout. FREE. April-Oct. Sat & Sun, 1-4. Minisink Heritage Museum 20 Roy Smith Drive • Westtown 10998 • 845-726-4148 Early farm equipment, memorabilia and artifacts. Located in the Minisink Town Hall. Tues 10-2.

Montgomery Village Museum 142 Clinton Street • Montgomery 12549 845-457-7576 Exhibits on past businesses, schools and churches, historic maps, as well as other displays on local history. Open by appointment. Motorcyclepedia Museum 250 Lake St • Newburgh 12550 • 845-569-9065 Largest motorcycle museum in the U.S. with over 500 motorcycles built from 1897 to the present. Rare vintage bikes and more than 100 Indians on exhibit. Fri-Sat, 10-5. Sun 10-5. www.motorcyclepediamuseum.org Museum Village 1010 Route 17M • Monroe 10950 • 845-782-8247 One of New York's largest living history museums with costumed interpreters demonstrating crafts in a 19th century village setting. A complete mastodon skeleton dug up near the area is displayed in the Natural History Building. Special events including Haunted Tours. Group tours. Picnic facilities. April-November. Call for hours. www.museumvillage.org National Purple Heart Hall of Honor 374 Temple Hill Road • Route 300 • New Windsor 12553 845-561-1765 Dedicated to the stories of Purple Heart recipients. Film, interviews, exhibits, and the Roll of Honor, an electronic database of recipients from the Civil War through Afghanistan. Open year round, Tues-Sat 10-5. Sun 1-5. www.thepurpleheart.com Neversink Valley Museum of History and Innovation 26 Hoag Road (off Route 209) • Cuddebackville 12729 845-754-8870 Located in the D&H Canal Park with a self-guided walking tour of the canal, exhibits on the canal and early film making, special exhibits, and events. Hiking, fishing and picnicking. Apr–Oct. Fri–Sun, noon–4. Park open dawn to dusk daily. www.neversinkmuseum.org

Orange County Farmer’s Museum 850 Route 17K • Montgomery 12549 • 845-457-2959 Located on the grounds of Brick House Museum. Vintage farm equipment, blacksmith shop, saw mill and visitors center. Mid-May to mid-Oct. Sat & Sun 10-4. http://ocfarmersmuseum.org Orange County Firefighters Museum 141 Clinton Street • Montgomery 12549 • 845-457-9654 Firefighting memorabilia from the area housed in a 1913 fire house. Exhibits include a hand drawn 1872 engine, 1810 hand drawn pumper, and 1872 horse drawn steamer. Sat 1-4, year round. www.ocfm.us

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MUSEUMS

Pines Museum 19 Wilcox Road • Slate Hill 10973 • 845-355-5713 Memorabilia, genealogy information, family histories and hands-on exhibits housed in a 1700s home. Restored kitchen and parlor containing displays related to the region. Feb-Dec. Wed 1-4. Port Jervis Fire Museum 8 Orange Street • Port Jervis 12771 • 845-856-4581 A large collection of fire apparatus and memorabilia in an old fire station. May-Oct, last Sat of the month, 1-4pm. Facebook: Port Jervis Fire Museum, Port Jervis, NY West Point Museum 2110 New South Post Road • West Point 10996 845-938-3590 Military uniforms, flags, weapons and military art of both American and European derivation. Museum galleries include history of the Academy, US Army, and Warfare from Egyptian times to Desert Storm. Daily 10:30-4:15. www.usma.edu/Museum

SPIRITUAL CENTERS Ananda Ashram 13 Sapphire Road • Monroe 10950 • 845-782-5575 Yoga retreat, spiritual, and educational center offering daily meditation programs with Yoga-Vendanta studies, chanting, and readings as well as daily Yoga and Sanskrit instruction. Lodging available. www.anandaashram.org

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National Carmelite Shrine 70 Carmelite Drive • Middletown 10940 • 845-343-1879 National Shrine of Our Lady of Mount Carmel situated on 60 pastoral acres. Chapel, shrines, gardens, cloister walk, picnic grove, and gift shop. Daily 8:30 to 4:30. www.ourladyofmtcarmelshrine.com

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HAUNTED SITES Laurel Grove Cemetery Stroll the carriage road to Tri-State Rock where three states come together and two rivers converge. Try to ignore the unexplained crashing sounds and the woman dressed in a flowing white gown who suddenly appears from behind a mausoleum. Even the local constabulary can’t explain the odd goings-on at this hallowed place. Port Jervis. 845-858-4000, ext 4029 www.portjervisny.com

Silvio's Italian Villa

Museum Village With her calico dress flapping in the breeze, the little girl running across the village green disappears before your eyes. Regularly scheduled ghost tours can introduce you to a host of spirits who dwell in the creaky old buildings. Even the founder of the museum visits regularly even though he has been dead for years. Monroe. 845-782-8247 • www.museumvillage.org Pine Bush House B&B Every room in this 1905 Victorian comes with its own ghost as witnessed by both staff and guests. The quiet elegance is frequently upset by the sound of people walking upstairs, doors “accidentally” locking, and people laughing when no one is there. Say hello to George on the third floor even though you can’t see him. Pine Bush. 845-744-3641 • www.pinebushhouse.com Silvio’s Italian Villa Built in the late 1700s by a Revolutionary War veteran, ghostly shapes, unexplained footsteps, eerie sounds, and disappearing items are commonplace in this popular restaurant. Have a fine Italian dinner at Table 24 if you dare. It’s where one of the previous residents sat down and took his own life. Warwick. 845-987-1500 • www.silviositalianvilla.com Village of Pine Bush As the UFO Capital of the East Coast, true believers have been flocking to this little village since the early 1960s. Strange lights are seen in the woods, and glowing circular objects hover above the town, only to quickly disappear. Serious visitors need only ask the locals for the latest sightings and where to see them year-round. 845-744-8230

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Hunt with Holzer Specializing in ghost investigations using the Holzer Method from pioneer Parapsychologist and researcher Dr. Hans Holzer, the original Ghost Hunter in NBC’s hit show, “In Search Of.” Data and evidence are captured with technology and advanced equipment as groups tour places known to have paranormal activity. alexhaunted@gmail.com, www.alexandraholzer.com

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Pine Bush UFO Fair

Museum Village

Laurel Grove Cemetery


Storm King Art Center

THE ARTS ARTS COUNCIL Orange County Arts Council 26 White Oak Drive • Sugar Loaf 10981 • 845-469-9168 Headquarters for the arts in Orange County, the council is located at the historic Seligmann Estate, originally the home of internationally known Surrealist Kurt Seligmann. The Arts Council is the county’s leading arts advocacy and resource organization and serves as the Orange County Film Office. www.ocartscouncil.org

GALLERIES Amity Gallery 110 Newport Bridge Road • Warwick 10990 • 845-258-0818 An ongoing project focusing on the visual arts, music, and poetry. https://amitygallery110.wordpress.com/ Ann Street Gallery 104 Ann Street • Newburgh 12550 • 845-784-1146 Specializing in emerging and established artists for the appreciation of contemporary art across cultures and generations. Wed & Thur 9-5. Fri & Sat 11-5. www.annstreetgallery.org Art at Elm Lake 2 Decker Drive • Middletown 10940 • 845-697-4291 Changing exhibits in a 200-year-old restored barn structure surrounded by wetlands and wildlife. Summer and fall weekends. www.thebarn-art.com Artists in the Parks Gallery 55 Hessian Drive • Bear Mountain 10911 • 845-786-2731 Located in the lobby of the Bear Mountain Inn, changing exhibits reflecting the outdoors of the 20 parks within the Palisades Interstate Park Commission. www.visitbearmountain.com Bertoni Gallery 1392 Kings Hwy • Sugar Loaf 10981 • 845-469-0993 Fine art, crafts and jewelry. Resident artist demonstrates techniques. Custom picture framing. Outdoor sculpture garden. Thur-Sun 11-6. www.bertonigallery.com

Gillinder Glass

Bliss 1371 Kings Highway • Romers Alley • Sugar Loaf 10981 • 518-772-5477 A women’s art cooperative with jewelry, photography, clothing, pottery, and other handmade items. Wed-Sun 11-6. www.blissco-op.com


THE ARTS

Cheymore Gallery 233 Route 17 • Tuxedo Park 10987 845-351-4831 ext 160 Exhibits emerging, mid-career, and established contemporary artists. Six exhibitions annually ranging from group to solo shows. Mon-Fri 9-4. Sat 11-3. www.cheymoregallery.com

Hudson Valley Gallery 246 Hudson Street Cornwall-on-Hudson 12520 • 845-401-5443 Paintings of Paul Gould and guest artists. Gould is known for his landscape paintings of the Hudson Valley, New England, and Ireland. Sat & Sun 1-5. www.hudsonvalleygallery.com

Clearwaters Gallery 190 Angola Road • Cornwall 12518 845-534-4445 Changing exhibits of photography, oils, watercolors, and pastels. Antique prints of the Hudson Valley and West Point. Mon-Fri 8-6. Sat & Sun 8-5. www.jonesfarminc.com

Mindy Ross Gallery 1 Washington Center • Newburgh 12550 845-341-9386 Exhibits by professional artists working in a variety of mediums. Mon-Fri 9-4. www.sunyorange.edu/culturalaffairs

Crawford Gallery of Fine Art 65 Main Street • Pine Bush 12566 845-744-8634 Changing exhibits throughout the year. Wed-Sat 1-5pm. www.crawfordgalleryoffineart.com

New Windsor Art Gallery 2314 State Route 32 • New Windsor 12553 845-534-3349 Monthly exhibitions by local and regional artists, custom framing, pottery painting and origami classes. Mon-Fri 10-6:30. Sat 10-5. www.1800arts.com

Dreamrose Gallery 38 Lake Street • Monroe 10950 845-699-0480 Contemporary fine art gallery promoting the work of visual artists with various genres. Focus is on the unique and distinctive. www.dreamrose.org

Orange Hall Gallery and Loft Corner of Wawayanda & Grandview Avenues SUNY Orange • Middletown 10940 845-341-4891 Changing exhibits throughout the year in a two story open space. Mon-Fri 9am-8pm. www.sunyorange.edu/culturalaffairs

Endico Gallery 1386 Kings Highway • Sugar Loaf 10981 845-469-9272 Watercolors by Mary Endico. April-Dec, Sat & Sun 12-5:30pm, or by chance. www.endico.com

Seligmann Gallery 23 White Oak Drive • Sugar Loaf 10981 845-469-9459 Located in the studio of the famous surrealist painter and sculptor Kurt Seligmann, the gallery holds scheduled shows throughout the year. www.occitizensfoundation.org

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Exposures Gallery 1357 Kings Highway • Sugar Loaf 10981 845-469-9382 Hudson Valley, national and international photography by Sugar Loaf resident Nick Zungoli displayed in one of the original Sugar Loaf houses. Wed-Sun 11-5. www.theexposuresgallery.com

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The Gallery at ORMC 707 East Main Street • Middletown 10940 845-333-2385 Themed shows highlighting contemporary professional Hudson Valley artists in New York’s newest hospital with an expanded collection of emerging and established artists throughout the facility. Daily 8am-8pm. www.ormc.org/patients/artwork.aspx Green Light Gallery 240 Hudson Street • Cornwall-on-Hudson 12520 • 845-534-4164 A center for fine art photography featuring guest artists. Wed-Sun 11am-4pm. www.catherinebalephotography.com

Strazza Art Gallery 24 Main Street • Warwick 10990 845-988-5598 Photographs by NY street photographer John Strazza, and large colorful canvases by abstract expressionist Lisa Strazza. MonTues and Thurs-Sat 11-5:30. www.StrazzaGallery.com UpFront Exhibition Space 31 Jersey Avenue • Port Jervis 12771 845-754-5000 Changing exhibits. March-Dec. Thur-Sun 12-5. www.upfrontartgallery.com Wallkill River School of Art 232 Ward Street • Montgomery 12575 845-457-2787 An artist’s collective that specializes in Plein Air (outdoor) paintings of Orange County, following in the footsteps of the Hudson River School. Changing exhibits and full service art school. Mon-Sat, 9-6. www.wallkillriverschool.com


Aquinas Hall Theatre 330 Powell Avenue • Newburgh 12550 845-561-0800 Variety of programs including drama, music, dance, children’s shows, art exhibits and lectures. www.msmc.edu

Kaplan Hall – The Great Room 1 Washington Center • Newburgh 12550 845-341-9386 Lectures, film, plays, and other events in a large room with stunning views of the Hudson River. www.sunyorange.edu/culturalaffairs

Downing Film Center 19 Front Street • Newburgh 12550 845-561-3686 or 800-974-8592 Independent, foreign, and classic films shown in a unique 58-seat screening room. Reservations highly recommended. Check for changing schedule. www.downingfilmcenter.com

Orange Hall Theatre Wawayanda & Grandview Aves Middletown 10940 • 845-341-4891 Variety of programs including theater, concerts, lectures, music, dance, and film. SummerStar Theatre presents contemporary comedies and dramas. www.sunyorange.edu/culturalaffairs

Eisenhower Hall Theatre 655 Ruger Rd • USMA West Point 10996 • 845-938-4159 Variety of programs including concerts, drama, dance, Broadway musicals, comedy, opera, symphony, chamber music, variety acts, and art exhibits. www.ikehall.com

Paramount Theatre 17 South Street • Middletown 10940 845-346-4195 Variety of programs including concerts, drama, dance, Broadway shows, comedy, opera, variety acts, film, workshops and art exhibits. www.middletownparamount.com

SCULPTURE PARKS Playhouse at Museum Village 1010 Route 17M • Monroe 10950 845-294-9465 Productions of theater classics at the theater on the green in Museum Village. May-Nov. www.ctmwp.org Ritz Theater 107 Broadway • Newburgh 12550 845-784-1199 Historic theater with lobby used for music and performing arts. The original theater is being restored. www.ritztheaternewburgh.org Sugar Loaf Performing Arts Center 1351 Kings Highway • Chester 10918 845-610-5900 A state-of-the-art theater with 2 stages featuring music, theater, and dance in a modern barn-style building in the charming craft village of Sugar Loaf. www.sugarloafpac.org

Pacem in Terris 96 Covered Bridge Road • Warwick 10990 845-986-4329 A garden place with sculptures by internationally known artist Frederick Franck. Chamber music series. May–Oct. Sat & Sun 11-6, weather permitting. www.frederickfranck.org

THE ARTS

PERFORMING ARTS CENTERS

Seligmann Center for the Arts 23 White Oak Drive • Sugar Loaf 10981 845-469-9459 Located on the estate of the famous surrealist painter and sculptor Kurt Seligmann. An intimate collection of modern sculptures set into the landscape. Call for hours. www.occitizensfoundation.org Storm King Art Center 1 Museum Road • New Windsor 12553 845-534-3115 500 acre world-renowned outdoor sculpture park and museum known for its harmonious, yet dramatic interaction between sculpture and the surrounding landscape. Guided tours daily at 2 PM, family programs, concerts, and hikes. Handicap accessible tram tours. Bicycle rentals. New expanded café. Apr thru Nov. Wed-Sun 10–5:30 except last 2 weekends in Nov, Fri-Sun, 10-5. Extended Sat hours Memorial Day to Labor Day. Closed Dec thru Mar. www.stormking.org

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One of the world’s leading sculpture parks, Storm King Art Center has welcomed visitors from across the globe for over fifty years. Located one hour north of New York City, Storm King’s 500-acres of landscape provide a setting for over 100 sculptures and offer concerts, tours, artist conversations, and other events and programs free with admission. Open April through November.

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Rafting on the Delaware River

RECREATION Escape to Orange County and enjoy the abundant splendor of our natural resources. There’s scenic rolling countryside, pristine lakes and two magnificent rivers.

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To the east is the Hudson for boating and to the west is the Delaware for canoeing and rafting. In between is the perfect setting for just about everything you enjoy… golfing, tennis, fishing, biking, hiking, skating, skiing and more. Take your choice, it all awaits you.

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AMUSEMENTS Bear Mountain Merry-Go-Round Route 9W • Bear Mountain 10911 • 845-786-2701, ext 242 42 seat carousel in a stone and timber pavilion. Carved animals represent those native to the region. The carousel also features paintings of the parklands. Sat & Sun 10-5. www.palisadesparksconservancy.org Castle Fun Center 109 Brookside Avenue • Chester 10918 • 845-469-2116 Go carts, ballocity, laser tag, roller skating rink, free fall, rock wall, arcade. Seasonal batting cages and mini golf. Jesters Restaurant & Pub. Event center for corporate events, concerts, celebrations, meetings. Birthday parties and groups. Open year round. www.thecastlefuncenter.com Colonial Lanes Bowling Center 78 Brookside Avenue • Chester 10918 • 845-469-3005 32 state-of-the-art lanes with full service restaurant and arcade. Available for groups and events. Sun-Thur 12-11pm. Fri 12pm-1am. Sat 12pm-2am. www.bowlcolonial.com Cousins Paintball 380 Mt. Airy Road • New Windsor 12553 • 800-FLAG-007 A paintball park offering all levels of play. Private parties available. Year round weekends 10-5. www.cousinspaintball.com

Above the Clouds Ballooning


Mid-Hudson Hobbies 39 North Street • Middletown 10940 • 845-342-8697 Slot car tracks and indoor remote control cars. Tue-Fri 11-5. Sat 10-3.

Arcade - Roller Skating - Free Fall Laser Tag - Laser Maze - Rock Wall Go Karts - Mini Golf - Ballocity Jesters Restaurant & Pub

MSG Paintball Field 380 Bart Bull Road • Middletown 10941 • 845-457-4678 9 fields on 60 acres. Equipment and accessories. Call shop before going to field. Groups welcome. Special hours for parties. Year-round. Sat & Sun, 9-5. www.msgpaintballny.com

RECREATION

Duffers Golf Range 139 Route 32 • New Windsor 12553 • 845-562-8310 Golf range, miniature golf, batting cages, arcade, ice cream stand. March-Oct, 9am-10pm. Facebook: Differ’s Hideaway – Golf Driving Range

Oakland Valley Race Park 305 Oakland Valley Road • Cuddebackville 12729 • 845-754-8500 Racing Sat nights and Sun, April to Nov. One day driving school for beginners. Kart shop and cafeteria. Mar-Nov, Sat & Sun. Weekdays by reservation. www.ovrp.net 94 Pitch & Putt 1 Hudson Road • Washingtonville 10992 • 845-496-6418 19 hole championship miniature golf course and professional batting cages. Wiffle ball machine for small children. Mar-Oct. Mon-Fri, 11-10. Sat & Sun, 10-10. Party Zone 360 East Route 211, Middletown 10940 • 845-343-7278 Indoor amusements with bumper cars, rides, roller coaster, mini golf, bounce houses, and arcade. Wed & Thur 3-8pm, Fri-Sat 10am-8pm, Sun 10am-7pm. www.thepartyzoneusa.com

BALLOONING Above the Clouds PO Box 4816 • Middletown 10941 • 845-692-2556 View beautiful rolling hills from a bird’s eye view. Fully insured flight operations with a certified pilot. May-Nov. Reservations needed. www.abovethecloudsinc.com Fantasy Balloon Flights 2 Evergreen Lane • Port Jervis 12771 • 845-856-7103 Hot air balloon rides. FAA certified pilots. Flights include champagne and flight certificate. Departs from Randall Airport, Middletown. Reservations. May-Oct. www.fantasyfliers.com Hudson Valley Enchanted Balloon Tours 14 Franklin Lane • Otisville 10963 • 845-649-9654 Hot air balloon rides with FAA certified pilots. Drift gently over the region and observe the beautiful scenery. Open all year. www.enchantedballoons.com Wandering Winds Hot Air Balloon Adventures PO Box 239 • Cuddebackville 12729 • 845-754-8540 1-hour sunset and sunrise flights that include special champagne picnic. Flights depart from Randall Airport, Middletown. www.wanderingwindshotairballoons.com

BICYCLING Bicycling trails can be found under TRAILS in this section.

Joe Fix-Its 20 West Main St. • Goshen 10924 • 845-294-7242 401 Rte 208 • Monroe 10950 • 845-774-2377 Bike rentals with trail information. Both locations near the Heritage Trail. www.joefixits.com

109 Brookside Ave Chester, NY 10918 845-469-2116

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Bryan’s Bikes 240 Main Street • Cornwall 12518 • 845-534-5230 Full service bike shop. Bike trail information. Closed Sun. www.bryansbikes.com

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RECREATION

BIRD WATCHING

BOAT CRUISES

FISHING

Audubon Society 845-744-6047 • www.orangecountynyaudubon.com

Estuary Steward Newburgh Landing • Newburgh Waterfront 12550 800-979-3370 A 2-hour excursion including a walking tour of Pollepel Island where Bannerman Castle was built in 1901. Sat & Sun 11am, May-Oct. Reservations required. www.bannermancastle.org

Some fishing spots can be found in the “Parks” listings. Additional information can be obtained from DEC Region 3 Fisheries Management at 845-256-3161. www.dec.ny.gov

Edgar A. Mearns Bird Club 845-496-3021 • www.mearnsbirdclub.org Basha Kill Wildlife Management Area Route 209 South • Westbrookville 12785 • 845-754-0743 2,000 acres of state-owned wetlands, forests, and fields. Hiking, canoeing, and wildlife observation. Listed in Where to Bird in New York State. www.thebashakill.org Corbett Road Sanctuary Corbett Road • Montgomery 12549 • 845-744-6047 Wetland sanctuary owned by Orange County Audubon Society. Off Route 17K NW on Corbett Road on right before Muddy Kill. No off-street parking. Eagle Watch Delaware and Hudson Rivers • 845-583-1010 Guided tours of bald eagle habitats in Upper Delaware and Lower Hudson watersheds. Festivals and workshops about protection of the eagles and other birds of prey. www.delawarehighlands.org Frankel/Wolfson Sanctuary Walling Road • Warwick 10990 • 845-744-6047 160 acres of wetlands and woods owned and operated by Orange County Audubon. Past the gate that says “Private.” Year round during daylight hours. www.orangecountynyaudubon.com Hamptonburgh Preserve 3 State Highway 416 • Hamptonburgh 10916 845-469-0951 130 acre preserve is a prime breeding ground for red-headed woodpeckers, ducks, tree swallows and bluebirds. www.oclt.org Spanktown Road Sanctuary 26 Spanktown Road • Warwick 10990 • 845-744-6047 Wetland sanctuary owned and maintained by the Orange County Audubon Society. Union Corners Road outside Florida. Off street parking at small bridge across Stony Creek.

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State Line Sanctuary Overhill Lane • Warwick 10990 • 845-744-6047 Wetland bird sanctuary owned by Orange County Audubon Society. Access off Route 94 near New Jersey State line. Overhill Lane at end of cul-de-sac on right.

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Station Road Sanctuary 6 1/2 Station Road • Goshen 10924 • 845-744-6047 62 acre wetland bird sanctuary owned and maintained by the Orange County Audubon Society. Off street parking, benches, trails. Adjacent to the Heritage Trail. Sterling Forest State Park 115 Old Forge Road • Tuxedo 10987 • 845-351-5907 See listing under “Parks.” Stewart State Forest New Windsor • 845-256-3076 See listing under “Parks.”

Pride of the Hudson Newburgh Landing • Newburgh Waterfront 12550 888-442-5211 or 845-363-4550 2-hour narrated sightseeing cruise. Bar/snack bar aboard. Private charters for corporate events, etc. (charters: 845-220-2120). Climate controlled. Wed-Sun, May–Oct. www.prideofthehudson.com River Rose Tours & Cruises Newburgh Landing • Newburgh 12550 845-562-1067 or 866-240-7665 New Orleans paddle boat with upper and lower decks. The only paddle boat on the upper Hudson River. Daily and evening cruises by reservation only. Private charters for business and corporate parties, weddings, class reunions, etc. May-Oct. www.riverrosecruises.com

Kasey’s Cast-A-Ways 102 Schoolhouse Road • Port Jervis 12771 • 845-858-2001 NY and NJ fishing licenses, bait, tackle, and fishing on premises. Fun Farm with petting zoo by appointment. Monthly kid’s fishing contest in season. Open 24 hours every day including holidays. www.kaseyscastaways.com O&H Bait Shop 209 Meadow Ave. • Chester 10918 • 845-469-2566 All NY State fishing and hunting licenses. Fishing and hunting equipment, bait, and information on access points. Daily 6-6. Winter 6-5:30. Orange County Park / Thomas Bull Memorial Park 211 Route 416 • Montgomery 12549 • 845-615-3830 6 acre pond. www.orangecountynyparks.com

DRIVE-IN MOVIES

Sparrowbush Beach Route 97 • Sparrowbush 12780 • 845-457-4918 Over 17 acres along the Delaware River. Located near the Upper Delaware Scenic Byway. Free access to the public for boating, fishing, and picnicking.

Fair Oaks 365 Bloomingburg Road • Middletown 10941 • 845-361-5774 Regularly scheduled first run films. Gates open at 6:30pm, movies start at 8:50pm. Pet friendly. Cash only. Snack bar. Seasonal. www.fairoaksdrive-in.com

Winding Hills Park 1847 Route 17K • Montgomery 12549 • 845-457-4918 3 ponds. Rowboats to rent May thru June, Sat & Sun 10-5; July thru Labor Day, Tues-Sun 10-5 (closed Mon); Labor Day thru Oct, Sat & Sun 10-5. www.orangecountynyparks.com

Warwick 11 Warwick Turnpike (Route 21) • Warwick 10990 845-986-4440 Open every night with first run films. Seasonal. www.warwickdrivein.com

FLYING & SOARING Take Flight Aviation 49 Hangar Road, Hangar D • Montgomery 12549 845-457-4188 Scenic rides over Orange County. Flight instruction and aircraft rental. Daily 8:30am-6pm. www.takeflightoc.com

Pride of the Hudson

Valley Soaring Club 100 Airport Road • Randall Airport Middletown 845-564-2054 Public rides and intro packages. No reservations, first come, first served. Operations start 10:30am. April through Dec, Sat & Sun. www.valleysoaring.org


Castle Driving Range 1768 Rt. 17M • Goshen 10924 845-469-2116 Newly renovated driving range. April-Oct, 11am-9pm. www.thecastlefuncenter.com Falkirk Golf Club 206 Smith Clove Road • Central Valley 10917 845-928-8022 18 hole, par 70 course set against the scenic Ramapo Mountains. Grill Room. Year round banquet facilities. Golf course open daily April-Nov, dawn-dusk. www.falkirkestate.com Green Ridge Golf Club 204 Gregory Road • Johnson 10933 845-355-1317 18 hole course. Equipment and carts available. Year round, weather permitting. www.greenridgegolfclub.com Hickory Hill Golf Course 156 Route 17A • Warwick 10990 845-988-9501 6,400 yard, par 72, 18 hole course. Pro shop, driving range and lessons. Dining and banquet facilities. Located in Warwick County Park. www.orangecountynyparks.com Lynx at River Bend Golf Club 87 Neversink Drive • Port Jervis 12771 845-858-4653 Designed by A.W. Tillinghast, one of the oldest courses in the country. Pro shop, restaurant. www.thelynxgolfclub.com Mansion Ridge Golf Club 1292 Orange Tpke • Monroe 10950 845-782-7888 NY’s only Jack Nicklaus Signature Design open to the public. Carved out of rolling hills of an historic 220-acre estate. The stone barn clubhouse has an award-winning restaurant. www.mansionridgegc.com

Scenic Farms Golf Course 525 Glenwood Road • Pine Island 10969 845-258-4455 Professionally designed 9-hole executive golf course, all turf driving range, practice putting and chipping greens. Apr–Nov. Mon–Sun, 7am–9pm. www.scenicfarmsgolf.com Scotts Corners Golf Course 1 Rose Win Lane, Route 208 Montgomery 12549 • 845-457-9141 9 hole course with 18 different tees. Snack bar. Daily, Mar 1-Nov 1. Mon–Fri, 7–dusk. Sat–Sun, 6–dusk. www.scottscornersgolf.com Stony Ford Golf Course 217 Route 416 • Hamptonburgh 12549 845-457-4949 18 holes, par 72. Pro shop, driving range, and lessons. Dining and banquet facilities. In Thomas Bull Memorial Park. Mar-Nov. Dawn-dusk. www.orangecountynyparks.com Wallkill Golf Club 40 Sands Road • Middletown 10940 845-361-1022 18 hole championship course. Lessons, driving range. Apr 1–Dec 1. Dining and catering facilities (845-361-3287). Exit 119 off Rte 17 West. www.townofwallkillgolfclub.com West Point Golf Course Routes 9W and 218 • West Point 10996 845-938-2435 18 hole, par 71. Practice green with pitching and chipping space. Lessons. Pro shop, snack bar. Dress code. www.westpointmwr.com/golf

Route 218 & Route 9W, West Point, NY 10996 (845) 938-2435 • WestPointMWR.com/Golf

Open to the Public!

Weekday Rates $60 - Weekend Rates $78 (Includes golf cart rental)

The West Point Golf Course is available for group outings of any size. Catering services also available. Bring in this ad to receive Buy one weekday green fee, Get a second one half off! (Coupon Code: OCTG Expires Dec 31, 2016) Please note: Our Clubhouse has moved for the season, we are operating out of the West Point Ski Lodge while our new Clubhouse is being built!

HORSEBACK RIDING JUCKAS STABLES, INC. Call for Reservations

Beautiful Trails Quality Horses Lessons and Parties

Celebrating 50 years in business!

845-361-1429

1204 Rte 302, Pine Bush, NY

www.juckasstables.com Friendly Farm Atmosphere

Winding Hills Golf Course 1847 Route 17K • Montgomery 12549 845-457-3187 18 hole executive course situated on 85 picturesque wooded acres open March to Dec. Rolling terrain with wetlands, gardens, and stone walls lining the fairways. Clubhouse open year round. www.windinghillsgc.com

HORSE DRAWN RIDES Shadow Brook Farm 89 Camp Orange Road • Middletown 10941 • 914-443-2431 Carriage driving lessons for ages 8 and up using easy to handle Shetland ponies and miniature horses. Daily 10-6. www.shadowbrookfarmny.webs.com

Winding Hills Park

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Monroe Country Club 63 Still Road • Monroe 10950 845-783-9045 9 holes, 2 sets of tees. Par 70. Open to the public weekdays and after 12pm on weekends, Apr to mid-Nov. Restaurant. Catering: 774-2263. www.monroecountryclubny.com

West Point Golf Course

RECREATION

GOLF

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RECREATION

HORSE TRAILS

HUNTING

Goosepond Mountain 1198 Route 17M • Chester 10918 • 845-786-2701 Wooded, undeveloped area for hiking. Horseback riding by permit on bridle path. www.nysparks.com

The Department of Environmental Conservation, Region 3, controls hunting on state lands in the county. 845-256-3076 • www.dec.ny.gov • Additional information on hunting can be obtained as follows:

Highland Lakes State Park 55-223 Tamms Road • Middletown 10941 • 845-786-2701 Over 3000 acres of undeveloped woods and lakes. Fishing, hiking, horseback riding and model plane flying. Bridle path by permit only. www.nysparks.com Stewart State Forest New Windsor • 845-256-3076 See listing under “Parks.” www.dec.ny.gov Winding Hills Park 1847 Route 17K • Montgomery 12549 • 845-457-4918 Wooded trails. 1st Fri in May to 4th Sun in Oct. www.orangecountynyparks.com

HORSEBACK RIDING Clove Acres Riding Academy 299 Mountain Lodge Road • Monroe 10950 • 845-496-8655 Lessons. Shows, mini events, pony parties, summer camp. Boarding facilities. Facebook: Clove Acres Riding Academy Crystal Water Farm 35 Union Corners Road • Warwick 10990 • 845-986-0100 Lessons and shows. Boarding facilities available. Appointment only. www.crystalwaterfarm.com Ivy Rock Farms Route 94, Purdys Lane • New Windsor 12553 • 845-534-0365 Scenic 85-acre riding facility with access to hundreds of trails. Lessons. www.ivyrockfarms.com

Bear Mountain, no hunting allowed. Black Rock Forest, 845-534-4517 Harriman State Park, no hunting allowed. Sterling Forest, 845-351-5907

ICE SKATING Bear Mountain State Park Route 9W • Bear Mountain 10911 845-786-2701, ext 266 Public sessions of 1-1/2 hours. Private sessions may be reserved. Skate rental. Admission, under 5 FREE. Call for schedule. Mid Oct–early Mar. www.bearmountainicerink.com Chadwick Lake 1702 Route 300 • Newburgh 12550 • 845-564-7815 See listing under “Parks.” Downing Park 123 Carpenter Avenue • Newburgh 12550 845-565-5559 Skating on the Polly when conditions permit. Fancher-Davidge Park 130 Lake Avenue • Middletown 10940 • 845-346-4180 Large lake with enough room for hockey and family skating. Lights for night skating. Open to the public, weather-permitting. FREE.

J&E Ranch 100 Union School Road • Montgomery 12549 • 845-361-4433 Arena, trails, lessons, birthday parties, special events. Reservations.

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Juckas Stables 1204 Route 302 • Bullville 10915 • 845-361-1429 Year round horseback riding for all ages. Over 50 years in business. Beautiful trails, well trained horses, courteous and qualified staff. English or Western lessons. Birthday parties. Call and reserve a horse or come and visit. Friendly farm atmosphere. Boarding. www.juckasstables.com

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Stewart State Forest, 845-256-3076 Storm King, 845-786-2701 West Point (limited access), 845-938-3857

Old Field Farm 349 Sarah Wells Trail • Goshen, NY 10924 • 845-294-6339 Riding Lessons, Horse training, Sales. www.oldfieldfarm.net

Sterling Forest State Park

Ice Time Sports Complex 21 Lakeside Road • Newburgh 12550 • 845-567-0005 2 Olympic-sized indoor ice rinks with public skating sessions. Daily, call for times. www.icetimesports.org Mill Pond Route 17M • Monroe 10950 • 845-782-8341 Skating when conditions permit (green flag). When red flag is up, no skating is permitted. Orange County Park / Thomas Bull Memorial Park 211 Route 416 • Montgomery 12549 • 845-457-4949 Skating when conditions permit. Man-made outdoor rink for hockey. Pond for free skating. www.orangecountynyparks.com Winding Hills Park 1847 Route 17K • Montgomery 12549 • 845-615-3830 See listing under “Parks.


Bob’s Marina 67 Sterling Road • Greenwood Lake 10925 845-477-2083 Cornwall-on-Hudson Boat Launch Donahue Memorial Park • Cornwall-on-Hudson 12520 845-534-4200 • Launching permit required. Parking. DeFeo’s Cove Marina 672 Jersey Avenue • Greenwood Lake 10925 845-477-2552 Full-service marina. Summer dock slips, launch ramp. No boat rentals. Daily Mar-Nov. Dec-Feb, Wed-Sun. 9-4:30. www.defeomarina.com Emerald Point Marina 40 Sterling Road • Greenwood Lake 10925 • 845-477-2275 Seasonal dock slips and boat/jet ski launch. Waterside restaurant. www.emeraldpnt.com/marina

Motorcyclepedia Museum

Gull Harbor Marina 2 Washington St. • Newburgh 12550 • 845-561-2637 200 slips, overnight depending on availability. May 1–Oct 15, 6-6. Long Pond Marina 634 Jersey Avenue • Greenwood Lake 10925 845-477-8425 Launching, dockage, swimwear and watersports shop. Dockside eater and cabana bar. www.longpondmarina.com

West End Beach Water & Pike Streets • Port Jervis 12771 • 845-858-4045 Delaware River access for boats. End of June to mid-Aug.

Ramapo River Route 106 entrance to Harriman State Park Tuxedo 10987 • 845-786-2701 Boat launch, handicapped-access fishing deck, car-top boat launch, benches, sanitary facilities.

Willow Point Marina 622 Jersey Avenue • Greenwood Lake 10925 845-477-8063 Dock space, refreshment stand, picnic area and launching ramp. www.willowpointmarina.com

PARKS – COMMUNITY

Binniewater Park Binniewater Road • Greenville 12771 • 845-856-5064 Pavilion and playgrounds. Known for its fishing.

Scenic routes specific to motorcycling can be found on our web site at www.OrangeTourism.org under Itineraries.

Skip’s Dockside Marina 63 Ten Eyck Ave • Greenwood Lake 10925 • 845-477-8410 Boat launch, summer dock slips, boat and personal watercraft service. Snack stand, picnic area. Canoe, kayak, paddleboat rentals. April-No. www.skipsdocksidemarina.com

Newburgh Boat Launching Site Foot of Washington Street • Newburgh 12550 845-565-3230 Boats trailered with vehicles only.

Benedict Farm Park 1675 Route 17K • Montgomery 12549 • 845-457-2600 102 Acres with walking path adjacent to the Wallkill River. Playground. Boating access to river. www.townofmontgomery.com

MOTORCYCLING

Riverfront Marina 40 Front St. • Newburgh 12550 • 845-661-4914 142 slips, transient slips. No fuel. Walk to restaurants and shops on the Newburgh waterfront. www.riverfrontmarinanewburgh.com

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Chadwick Lake 1702 Route 300 • Newburgh 12550 • 845-564-7815 Fishing, boat rentals, children's playground, 4-mile trail around the lake. Ice skating and ice fishing when conditions permit. Call for hours. www.townofnewburgh.org Circleville Town Park/ C. Hudson Thomas Memorial Park 50 Creamery Road (off Route 302) • Circleville 10919 845-692-7800 700 acres with tennis courts, playing fields, picnic facilities and playground. 60-acre Lake Hennessey with beach and lifeguard. Swimming, 361-2422. May 30–Labor Day. Daily 8–dusk. Admission. www.townofwallkill.com

Motorcyclepedia Museum 250 Lake St • Newburgh 12550 • 845-569-9065 Largest motorcycle museum in the United States. Over 500 motorcycles built from 1897 to the present, and more than 100 Indians. Fri-Sun, 10-5. www.motorcyclepediamuseum.org

Delano Hitch Recreation Park 401 Washington Street • Newburgh 12550 • 845-565-3230 26 acre park. Swimming pool, tennis, horse shoe pitching, basketball. Softball Hall of Fame open year round. www.cityofnewburgh-ny.gov/explore-newburgh

Orange County Choppers 14 Crossroads Court • Newburgh 12550 • 845-522-5222 The TV stars’ showroom packed with themed custom bikes. Special tours available. Open daily. Café open SunThurs 11am-10pm; Fri-Sat 11am-2am. www.orangecountychoppers.com

Downing Park 123 Carpenter Avenue. • Newburgh 12550 • 845-565-5559 35 acre public park designed and landscaped in 1897 by the designers of Central Park in New York City. Special events throughout the year. Guided tours by appointment. www.cityofnewburgh-ny.gov/explore-newburgh

Fancher-Davidge Park 130 Lake Avenue • Middletown 10940 • 845-346-4180 Picnicking, outdoor grills, ice skating, swimming, playing fields and fishing. Large lake for hockey and skating, lit at night. Open to the public, weather-permitting. FREE. www.middletown-ny.com Newburgh Landing Front Street • Newburgh 12550 • 845-569-7300 City park with beautiful Hudson River views. Festivals and events. Labor Day weekend Waterfront Festival. Call for schedule. www.cityofnewburgh-ny.gov/explore-newburgh River Front Park Farm Meadow Lane • Montgomery 12549 • 845-457-2600 35 acres bordering the Wallkill River. Picnicking, hiking, fishing. Scenic views. www.townofmontgomery.com Twin Islands Fishing Park River Road • Walden • 845-457-2600 River view, fishing area, picnic benches. www.townofmontgomery.com West End Beach Water & Pike Streets • Port Jervis 12771 • 845-858-4045 Public swimming, fishing, softball field and playground. River access for boats. End of June to mid-Aug. www.portjervisny.org

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Moroney's Cycle 833 Union Avenue • New Windsor 12553 845-564-5400 or 1-800-FASTHOG An authorized Harley-Davidson rental center with recent models for lease 7 days a week, mid-April through September. 24-hour emergency roadside assistance. www.fasthog.com

Elks-Brox Park Route 97 • Port Jervis 12771 • 845-858-4000 Magnificent view of the Neversink Valley and the Delaware River. A great place to see an overlook of Historic Port Jervis. Hiking trails, picnic and barbecue areas. Dawn to dusk. www.portjervisny.org

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PARKS – COUNTY Algonquin Park Powder Mill Road & Rte 52 Newburgh 12550 • 845-615-3830 27 acres of history and natural beauty. 3 ponds, a stream, picnic areas and a children’s playground. 1800s site of the only black powder manufacturing facility in Orange County; many stone structures remaining. Open during daylight hours. Seasonal. Pavilion reservations. 845-564-7815. www.orangecountynyparks.com Cronomer Hill Park Gardnertown Road • Newburgh 12550 845-615-3830 Lighted baseball and softball fields. 6 tennis courts. Observation tower. Daylight hours. Seasonal. www.orangecountynyparks.com D&H Canal Park 58 Hoag Road (off Route 209) | Cuddebackville 12729 • 845-615-3830 Large county park with hiking trails, picnicking, fishing. Neversink Valley Area Museum (seasonal) and 1 mile walking trail next to the canal. Visitor Center for party rentals. Year round, dawn to dusk. www.orangecountynyparks.com Gonzaga County Route 44 • Blooming Grove 10914 845-615-3830 Hiking trails with access to the Long Patch. Open space, steep slopes, and rock formations on 218 acres. Gaelic Football athletic field, field use by permit only. Daylight hours April through mid-November. www.orangecountynyparks.com Kowawese Unique Area at Plum Point 90 Plum Point Lane • New Windsor 845-615-3830 102 acre park on the Hudson River. Magnificent vistas of the Hudson Valley gorge and 2,000 feet of sandy beach. Car top boating, picnicking, hiking, nature study and fishing. Visitor Center available for rental. Daily April-Nov, 8-dusk. www.orangecountynyparks.com

PARKS – PRESERVES Orange County Arboretum 41 Grove Street • Montgomery 12549 845-615-3830 35 acres of professionally planned gardens, tree plantings, and water features. Site of Orange County’s 911 Memorial. Available for rentals and events. Daylight hours. www.orangecountynyparks.com Orange County Park/Thomas Bull Memorial Park 211 Route 416 • Montgomery 12549 845-615-3830 Picnicking, golf, fishing, and playing fields. Arboretum. SNOW TUBING with 12 groomed lanes. Specially designed tubes. Snow making. Sat, Sun and school holidays. Fri & Sat evening sessions. Fee. CROSS COUNTRY SKIING on groomed trail. Fee. Free ice skating and sleigh riding. Call for conditions. TENNIS. 457-4916 for reservations. 6 outdoor fast-dry Har-Tru courts. 9am–dusk weekdays and holidays. 8:30am–dusk weekends. Fees for court use. www.orangecountynyparks.com Sparrowbush Beach Route 97 • Sparrowbush 12780 845-457-4918 Over 17 acres along the Delaware River. Located near the Upper Delaware Scenic Byway. Free access to the public for boating, fishing, and picnicking. Warwick County Park 156 Route 17A • Warwick 10990 845-615-3830 Hiking, picnicking, and playing fields. Golf reservations: 988-9501. www.orangecountynyparks.com Winding Hills Park 1847 Route 17K • Montgomery 12549 845-457-4918 Hiking, pedal and rowboat rentals, camping, picnicking and fishing. Ice skating and ice fishing, weather permitting. www.orangecountynyparks.com

Birnberg Camp LaGuardia Heritage Trail Access Parking Area • Chester • 845-469-0951 187-acres with 2 nature trails located off Greycourt Road with access through the Heritage Trail. The 3/4 mile loop goes through woodlands, while the 1 mile trail provides view of marshland and Goosepond Mountain. www.oclt.org Fuller Mountain 70 Bowen Road • Warwick • 845-469-0951 255-acre preserve home to unusual plants, mammals, bird life, and frogs, toads and salamanders who live around Fuller’s Brook. Information kiosk with trail maps for two marked trails. www.oclt.org Hamptonburgh 3 State Highway 416 Hamptonburgh 10916 • 845-469-0951 130 acre preserve is a prime breeding ground for red-headed woodpeckers, ducks, tree swallows and bluebirds. www.oclt.org Hunter Farm 65 Jared Court • Slate Hill 10973 845-469-0951 60-acre preserve including two ponds with beaver, herons, wood ducks, turtles, frogs and dragonflies. Numerous species of birds and butterflies. The Tadpole Trail is a 3/4 mile children’s exploratory nature trail with 7 learning stations. www.oclt.org Laurel Hill 194-234 William Lain Road 8 Westtown 10998 Call for directions: 845-469-0951 89 acres of varied habitat with woodlands, alfalfa fields, wetlands, and seasonal vernal pools. A great variety of plant and animal species within the Wallkill River Watershed. Marked trails. www.oclt.org

Lower Bashakill 26-36 State Route 211 Cuddebackville 12729 • 845-469-0951 138-acres flanking the Bashakill comprised of meadows, woodlands and working farmland. Use caution during hunting season Oct 1 to Dec 20. Entrance opposite Red Barn Auction. www.oclt.org Moonbeams 219 Prosperous Valley Road Middletown 10940 • 845-469-0951 150-acre preserve of unique meadows, old growth forest, and wetlands located at the base of the Shawangunk Ridge. Information kiosk, marked trails and an educational outdoor treasure hunt for children and families. www.oclt.org Neversink Guymard Turnpike • Godeffroy 845-858-2883 550-acre preserve with extensive color-coded trail system along an easy terrain next to the Neversink River and an abundance of wildlife. Home to 30 globally rare species. A kiosk at the entrance describes the trails. www.nature.org Roy Glenwood Road • Warwick 845-469-0951 30-acre preserve accessible only by non motorized watercraft such as canoe or kayak, via the Pochuck Creek. This is a NYSDEC designated wetland within the Wallkill River Watershed and visitors must take care not to disturb the variety of indigenous and migratory birds, plants, and animal life. www.oclt.org Schunnemunk Clove Road • Cornwall 12577 845-786-2701 Located in the northwest edge of the 6-mile Schunnemunk Ridge, which rises from 600 feet to nearly 1,700 feet. Numerous trails with rocky summits and spectacular views looking toward the Hudson River. www.palisadesparksconservancy.org

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Bear Mountain and Harriman Seven Lakes Drive • Bear Mountain 10911 • 845-786-2701 Hiking, boating, camping, picnicking, swimming, lodging, fishing. Ice skating, cross-country skiing, playing fields, bicycling, museum and wildlife center. www.palisadesparksconservancy.org

Highland Lakes 55-223 Tamms Road • Middletown 10941 • 845-786-2701 Over 3000 acres of undeveloped area woods and lakes. Fishing, hiking, horseback riding and model plane flying. Bridle path by permit only. Limited parking. www.palisadesparksconservancy.org

Goosepond Mountain 1198 Route 17M • Chester 10918 • 845-786-2701 Nearly 2000 acres of wooded, undeveloped area for hiking. Horseback riding by permit on bridle path. www.palisadesparksconservancy.org

Schunnemunk Mountain Otterkill Road • Blooming Grove • 845-786-2701 Take Route 94 to Orrs Mills Road, turn right onto Otterkill Road. Limited parking on side of road. www.palisadesparksconservancy.org

Sterling Forest 116 Old Forge Road • Tuxedo 10987 • 845-351-5907 19,000 acre park with hiking trails, hunting and fishing. 125 species of birds and 810 species of plants. 10,000 square foot visitor center www.palisadesparksconservancy.org Stewart State Forest New Windsor 12553 • 845-256-3076 7,000 acres of wildlife management area with semi-paved lanes for walking, running, mountain biking, horseback riding, and bird watching. Includes newly opened 4-mile Doris Duke Trail loop. Hunting permitted. 3 pull-offs with trailheads along Route 207 between Drury Lane and Route 208. www.dec.ny.gov/lands


SKIING

Black Dirt Farming Region Rte 6 from Goshen to Pine Island • Pine Island 10969 One of the largest onion producing areas in North America. Home of Orange County Onions, sweet tasting and worldrenowned. 14,000 acres of vegetable farms with numerous farm stands with local produce. The Black Dirt area was formed from a glacial lake over 12,000 years ago. The area was originally called the “Drowned Lands” until it was drained to create the fertile farmland it is today.

Mount Peter 51 Old Mount Peter Road • Warwick 10990 845-986-4940 or 986-4992 (conditions). Skiing, snowboarding, and lessons. 14 trails with 3 chairlifts, 1 carpet lift, 1 rope tow. 100% snowmaking. Night skiing. Rentals available. Free beginner lessons on weekends and holidays. Weekend and after school programs. Café, pub, and 2 lodges. Mon–Fri 9–9. Sat 8:30–9. Sun 8:30–5. www.mtpeter.com

Hawk’s Nest Drive Route 97 • Sparrowbush 12780 • 866-511-8372 New York State’s newest Scenic Byway. The unique highway follows the Delaware River, connecting the railroad city of Port Jervis to the bluestone village of Hancock. A snake-like portion in Sparrowbush has been featured in many car ads. www.upperdelawarescenicbyway.org Mount Peter Hawk Watch Kane Rd near Route 17A • Warwick 10990 On top of Mount Peter between Warwick and Greenwood Lake. Spectacular view of mountain rimmed valley. Situated along a major skyway for migrating hawks. Newburgh Waterfront Front Street • Newburgh 12550 Walkway along the Hudson River with beautiful views. The waterfront houses a variety of restaurants, narrated boat cruises, and marinas. Public parking available. Old Storm King Highway Route 218 • Cornwall 12518 Cornwall to West Point. Circles Storm King Mountain, the birthplace of the ecological movement in the U.S. Beautiful views of the Hudson River.

Perkins Memorial Tower Perkins Memorial Drive • Bear Mountain 10911 845-786-2701, ext 242 Bear Mountain State Park. Panoramic view of Hudson Valley. Exit 19 off Palisades Interstate Parkway. Daylight hours only. Apr-Nov. Route 9W Highway Cornwall 12518 • Cornwall to West Point. Beautiful views of the Hudson River. Seven Lakes Drive Tiorati Circle on Route 6 • 845-786-2701 Through Harriman State Park and south. Access to public lake beaches and parking. Excellent for fall foliage. Shawangunk Mountains Scenic Byway Pine Bush, Route 52 • 845-399-0002 A state-designated 88 mile byway circling the northern Shawangunk Mountains and traveling through the Rondout and Wallkill Valleys. www.mtnscenicbyway.org Stephen Crane Walking Tour Port Jervis 12771 • 845-856-2375 Self guided tour starting at the Port Jervis Carnegie Library. Tour takes you through city streets to sites visited by Stephen Crane. Tri-State Overlook Greenville 12771I-84 pull-off at Rte 6. Overlooks the whole Tri-State Valley. Interpretive information. Tri-State Overlook Greenville 12771 I-84 pull-off at Rte 6. Overlooks the whole Tri-State Valley. Interpretive information. Tri-State Rock Laurel Grove Cemetery • Port Jervis 12771 The point where New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania meet and where the Neversink River joins the Delaware River.

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SWIMMING

Army Athletics U.S. Military Academy • West Point 10996 • 845-938-2526 NCAA Division 1 teams in many sports. Football, basketball, hockey and lacrosse tickets available. Most sports FREE. www.goarmywestpoint.com

Bear Mountain State Park Pool 55 Hessian Drive • Bear Mountain 10911 845-786-2701 Large outdoor pool. Mid June-Labor Day. Admission. Call for schedule. www.palisadesparksconservancy.org

Orange County Fair Speedway 239 Wisner Avenue • Middletown 10940 • 845-342-2573 Dirt track racing on a 5/8-mile track. Weekly 5 division program of modifieds, 358 modifieds, sportsman, pro-stocks and pure-stocks. Apr-Oct, every Sat, 6pm-midnight. www.orangecountyfairspeedway.net

SPORTS FACILITIES

The Rock Sports Park 24 Old Black Meadow Road • Chester 10918 • 845-469-9507 Year round sports training park with professional instruction in baseball, softball, football, and other turf sports. Field house, outdoor fitness trail. Mon-Fri 10-8. Sat 9-8, & Sun 9-6. www.therocksportspark.com

West Point Ski 732 Victor Constant Road • West Point 10996 845-938-8810 4 trails, vertical drop 487’. Rentals. Ski lodge and café. Mon-Fri, 3-9pm. www.westpointmwr.com/ski

SNOW TUBING Mount Peter 51 Old Mount Peter Road • Warwick 10990 845-986-4940 or 986-4992 (conditions). Café, pub, and 2 lodges. Mon–Fri 9–9. Sat 8:30–9. Sun 8:30–5. www.mtpeter.com Thomas Bull Memorial Park 211 Route 416 • Montgomery 12549 • 845-457-4949 Groomed lanes with rope tow. Specially designed tubes. Stadium lights for evening session. Lodge with restaurant, bar, stone fireplace and scenic views of the Shawangunk Mountains. Adjacent facilities for cross-country skiing, sledding and ice skating. Fri nights, Sat, Sun and school holidays in season. www.orangecountynyparks.com

Circleville Town Park / C. Hudson Thomas Memorial Park 50 Creamery Road • Circleville 10919 845-361-2422 60 acre Lake Hennessey with beach and lifeguard. Mid-June to Labor Day. Daily 8-dusk. Fee. www.townofwallkill.com Hil-Mar Lodge 1 Hil-Mar Lane • Salisbury Mills 12577 845-496-4869 Large outdoor pool with snack bar, game room, picnic tables, tennis. May and June, Sat & Sun. July through Labor Day open daily. 12-6pm. www.hil-marlodge.com

Lake Tiorati Beach Harriman State Park • 845-351-2568 Large lake with beach, showers. Food, grills and picnic areas. Memorial Day-Labor Day. Admission. www.nysparks.com Middletown City Pools Middletown 10940 • 845-346-4180 Fancher Davidge, Sproat Street Park, Maple Hill Park outdoor pools. Daily June-Aug. Noon-6. Admission. www.middletown-ny.com Thomas P. Morahan Beach Windermere Avenue Greenwood Lake 10925 • 845-986-1124 Lake swimming. Picnic areas, volleyball, lifeguards, restrooms. Weekends Memorial Day to late June, then daily to Labor Day 11-7. Admission. www.villageofgreenwoodlake.org

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Ring Homestead Camp 257 Lybolt Road • Middletown 10941 • 845-361-3842 Large ropes challenge course for team building. Paintball. Reservations requested. Group discounts available. Camping. Open daily. www.ringhomesteadcamp.com

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SCENIC VISTAS & SPECIAL SIGHTS

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City Courts 399 South William Street • Newburgh 12550 845-565-3230 4 lighted outdoor courts. Fee. Cronomer Hill Park Gardnertown Road • Newburgh 12550 • 845-615-3830 6 lighted outdoor courts. No fee. www.orangecountynyparks.com Orange County Community College South Street • Middletown 10940 • 845-341-4885 8 outdoor all-weather courts. Open to the public. Daily June-Aug. Fri 4-8, Sat & Sun 8-2. Fee. www.sunyorange.edu/athletics

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TENNIS Orange County Park Thomas Bull Memorial Park 211 Route 416 • Montgomery 12549 • 845-615-3830 6 outdoor fast-dry Har-Tru courts. 9am-dusk weekdays and holidays. 8:30am-dusk weekends. Fee. 457-4916 for reservations. www.orangecountynyparks.com Orange Hollow Racquet Club Ten 6 1/2 Station Road • Goshen 10924 • 845-294-9393 Indoor and outdoor courts. Racquetball courts. Outdoor pool, fitness center. Yoga. Full service bar and snack shop. Mon–Fri, 6am–10pm. Sat & Sun, 8am–5pm. Fee. orangehollowracquetclub.com

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TRAILS See also listings under Parks. Maps for most hiking trails can be obtained from the NY/NJ Trail conference (201-512-9348) at 600 Ramapo Valley Road, Mahwah, NJ 07430. www.nynjtc.org NY/NJ Trail Conference maps can also be bought at the Park Visitor Center & Bookstore on the Palisades Interstate Parkway close to Bear Mountain (845-786-5003) between exits 16 and 17. And at the Hudson Highlands Nature Museum in Cornwall (845-534-5506). CAUTION. Some parks are closed to hikers during hunting season in November and December. Check with either the park or the Department of Environmental Conservation (845-256-3000) for restrictions. Appalachian Trail Spanning from the New Jersey border to the Hudson River (about 35 miles), the trail was founded here in 1923. A lengthy portion offers scenic views of Greenwood Lake. It also winds its way through the Bear Mountain Trailside Museum & Zoo, the most popular section of the entire trail. www.appalachiantrail.org Back Track Inn 92 Route 284 • Unionville 10988 • 845-726-3956 4 bunks available only to hikers on the Appalachian Trail. Late April-early Nov. Post office is drop point for Trail travelers. Black Rock Forest Route 9W • Cornwall 12518 • 845-534-4517 Northwest of West Point, marked and unmarked trails ranging from short walks to long hikes. Fires, bathing and camping prohibited. Visitors board, maps and other materials available at parking lot on southbound lane of 9W. www.blackrockforest.org Bredeson Outdoor Adventures Hudson Valley • 866-533-4361 Guided and self-guided hiking and snowshoeing day and multi-day tours planned by a licensed New York State hiking guide. All seasons. www.bredeson.com/hudsonrivervalley

Delaware River Heritage Trail 127 Main Street • Port Jervis 12771 • 845-858-4017 A 6-mile trail for walkers to enjoy the city’s historic sites and river vistas that have been immortalized in photographs, songs, paintings, and literature. Directions and a description of the walk with highlights are available. www.minisink.org

Highlands Trail Cornwall-on-Hudson 12520 35 mile trail traversing some of the most beautiful and scenic areas of the rugged region including parks, forests and natural areas. Traveling along the Appalachian Trail, abandoned rail lines, Museum Village, lakes, through Black Rock Forest and to the top of Storm King Mountain overlooking the Hudson River. Huckleberry Ridge State Forest Hawthorn Blvd • Greenville 12771 • 845-256-3000 500-acre forest. The Shawangunk Ridge Trail hugs the eastern edge of this forest. www.nynjtc.org Outdoor Discovery Center Muser Drive at 174 Angola Road Cornwall 12518 • 845-534-5506 1 1/2 mile nature trail through 4 ecosystems. Picnicking. Nature programs every Sat 10am. Part of the Hudson Highlands Nature Museum. Donation. Dawn to dusk. www.hhnm.org Pochuck State Forest County Route 1 • Pine Island 10969 • 845-256-3018 503 acres, no marked trails, but former logging trails, and public access roads. Popular for hunting, hiking, camping, and horseback riding. www.dec.ny.gov/lands

Sterling Forest State Park 116 Old Forge Road • Tuxedo 10987 • 845-351-5907 8 mile Sterling Ridge Trail and 3 mile Allis Trail. 4 mile Indian Hill Loop. 7 miles of Appalachian Trail and 10 miles of the Highlands Trail. Visitor Center is located near the south end of Sterling Lake. www.palisadesparksconservancy.org Stewart State Forest New Windsor 12553 • 845-256-3076 7,000 acres of wildlife management area with semi-paved lanes for walking, running, mountain biking, horseback riding, and bird watching. Includes newly opened 4-mile Doris Duke Trail loop. Hunting permitted. 3 pull-offs with trailheads along Route 207 between Drury Lane and Route 208. www.dec.ny.gov/lands Storm King State Park Route 9W • South of Cornwall • 845-786-2701 A favorite of hikers, this mountain inspired the ecological movement in the United States. Beautiful views of the Catskills and the Hudson Valley. Hiking and hunting. Undeveloped with no facilities. Limited parking. Hikers must stay on the trails. No bushwhacking. www.palisadesparksconservancy.org Walden-Wallkill Rail Trail Wooster Memorial Park • Walden • 845-778-2177 2.9 mile trail along the former rail bed of the Wallkill Valley Railroad, a direct route to New York City for both farm produce and passengers. The paved trail travels through the woods and along the Tin Brook. www.villageofwalden.org/departments/parks-andrecreation/walden-parks/rail-trail Wallkill Valley Loop Throughout Orange County 117-mile hiking route that circles the Wallkill River Valley. The trail explores the region by connecting portions of 4 existing long-distance paths: Appalachian Trail, Shawangunk Ridge Trail, Long Path, and Highlands Trail. www.nynjtc.org/region/wallkill-valley-loop

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Crows Nest Cornwall 12518 • Route 9W south of Storm King Mountain. No marked trails, faint paths, good views.

Heritage Trail Goshen, Chester & Monroe Goshen 10924 • 845-294-8886 Converted rail bed of the Erie Railroad. Walk, jog and bike on this 12-mile scenic route. Trail entrances in Goshen, Chester and Monroe. Eventually a 20-mile trail will be cleared from Middletown to Harriman along the rail bed. www.orangecountynyparks.com

Schunnemunk Mountain Otterkill Road • Cornwall 12553 Six marked trails ranging from 1.6 to 8.1 miles. Excellent views. Highest point in the lower Hudson Valley (1700 feet). www.palisadesparksconservancy.org

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WATERCRAFT RENTALS Jersey Paddle Boards 622 Jersey Avenue • Greenwood Lake 10925 845-554-0787 Full service board and kayak rentals at Willow Point Marina. Lessons for all ages. Picnic area and beach. Special paddle events. Reservations. www.jerseypaddleboards.com Jet High Watersports 622 Jersey Avenue • Greenwood Lake 10925 201-240-9019 Fly and hover above the water from the water pressure that comes out of a board attached to your feet! An experience like no other. Located at Willow Point Marina. 10am-7pm, Wed-Sun, June through September. Facebook: Jet High Watersports LLC Kittatinny Canoes Route 97 • Barryville 12719 • 1-800-FLOAT-KC Whitewater rafting, canoeing, kayaking, tubing, paintball and river front camping • on the Delaware River. Zip line. Daily 8-5. AprOct. www.kittatinny.com Lander’s Delaware River Trips Route 97 • Narrowsburg 12764 800-252-3925 Canoeing, rafting, kayaking, and riverfront camping. Mountain biking. Getaway packages. Mid-Apr thru mid-Oct. Mon–Fri, 9–6. Sat & Sun, 8–6. www.landersrivertrips.com

Mountain Valley Guides 2 Idlewild Avenue Cornwall-on-Hudson 12503 • 845-661-1923 Kayaking trips for all ages and abilities. Guided tours of Bannerman Island and other Hudson River sites with beautiful scenery. May-Oct. Daily 10am-8pm. www.mountainvalleyguides.com Silver Canoe 37 South Maple Avenue • Port Jervis 12771 845-856-7055 or 800-724-8342 Raft, canoe and kayak rentals on the Delaware River. Transport and pickup included in rates. Fun for all age groups. Apr–Sept. Daily, 8–7. www.silvercanoe.com Skip’s Dockside Marina 65 Ten Eyck Ave. • Greenwood Lake 10925 845-477-8410 Canoe, kayak, paddleboat sales and rentals. Snack stand, picnic area. April-Nov. www.skipsdocksidemarina.com Storm King Adventure Tours 178 Hudson Street Cornwall-on-Hudson 12520 • 845-534-7800 Kayaking tours with expert guides on the beautiful Hudson River. Beginners welcome. All equipment and instruction are provided. Office hours May-Dec. Daily 10am-5pm www.stormkingadventuretours.com

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Monroe Swan Boats 212 Lakes Road • Monroe 10950 845-395-0099 Swan boats, duck boats, pedal bikes, paddle boats, and row boats to rent on Round Lake at the Alex Smith Pavilion. Weekends from Memorial Day through June, Fri 3-6pm; Sat & Sun 10am-6pm. July through Labor Day daily 10am-6pm.

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Bear Mountain Trailside Museums & Zoo

ZOO Bear Mountain Trailside Museums and Zoo Bear Mountain State Park 10911 • 845-786-2701, ext 242 Wildlife center with 4 trailside museums and numerous outdoor exhibits related to local environment. Nature trails with spectacular views of the Hudson River. Daily, 10-4:30. Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas. www.trailsidezoo.org

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CHRISTMAS TREE FARMS

Emmerich Tree Farm 101 Sleepy Valley Road • Warwick 10990 • 845-986-0151 Choose and cut spruce, pine, and fir situated on a beautiful south-facing hillside. Wagon rides to the field, music, bonfire, and free hot chocolate. www.emmerichtreefarm.com Farmside Acres 280 Angola Road • Cornwall 12518 • 845-534-8362 Cut your own Douglas fir, Scotch Pine, and Blue Spruce. Saws provided. Complimentary candy canes, cider, and donuts. First weekend in Dec 10-4. farmsideacres@gmail.com Fox Ridge Christmas Tree Farm 17 Kays Way • Warwick 10990 • bcirigliano@gmail.com Cut your own tree from 7 varieties. We supply everything. Close to Sugar Loaf. Beautiful views. Wreaths and garlands. Hot cocoa. First weekend in Dec. 10-sunset. www.foxridgechristmastreefarm.com Graney Tree Farm 24 Lang Drive • Pine Bush 12566 • 845-361-3022 Cut your own blue spruce trees. Balsam wreaths. Thanksgiving thru Christmas Eve. Sat & Sun, 9-dusk. www.facebook.com/pages/Graney-Tree-Farm/

Hoeffner Farms 405 Goodwill Road • Montgomery 12549 • 845-457-3453 Cut trees, plain and decorated wreaths, poinsettias. Daily after Thanksgiving, 9-5. Sun 9-4. JADS Farm Market 641 County Route 1 • Pine Island 10969 • 845-258-1102 Christmas trees, wreaths, pine roping, and assorted holiday decorations in a fully stocked farm store. Month of December. Farm store daily April through Dec 9-5. www.johndmadurafarms.com Manza Family Farm 730 Route 211 • Montgomery 12549 • 845-692-4364 Cut trees: Spruce, Douglas, Fraser and concolor firs. Christmas shop, live reindeer. Late Nov-Dec 23, 9-5PM daily. Visit with Santa Sat & Sun, 11-3. www.manzafamilyfarm.net Maples Farm 749 Route 17M • Middletown 10940 • 845-344-0330 Cut trees, wreaths, roping, cemetery blankets and poinsettias in Dec. Year round country store with local produce. Oct pumpkin picking and haunted barn. Daily 9-6. www.maplesfarm.com


Pennings Farm Market 161 State Route 94 • Warwick 10990 • 845-986-1059 Cut trees, wreaths, roping. Farm market, homemade pies and hot apple cider. 1 mile south of village. Daily 9-7. www.penningsfarmmarket.com Pierson’s Farm 1448 Route 211 West • Middletown 10940 • 845-386-1882 Trees, wreaths, roping, poinsettias, and gift shop. Precut trees or cut your own. Complimentary hot cider. Daily in Dec 10-4, Fri-Sun 10-8. www.piersonsfarm.com Pine View Farm 575 Jackson Ave • New Windsor 12553 • 845-564-4111 Cut your own trees. Candy canes, coloring books, and live animals for the kids. Limited weekends in Dec, 9am–4pm. www.pineviewfarmny.com Rainy Day Greenhouse 113 Station Road • Campbell Hall 10916 • 845-656-1942 Choose and cut fresh trees. Homemade wreaths and greenery. Christmas shop. Cocoa and treats for the children on weekends. Mid-Nov to Christmas. Wed-Sun 10am to dark. Facebook: Rainy Day Greenhouse & Nursery Rocky Bar 52 Rocky Bar Road • Westtown 10998 • 845-726-5135 Choose and cut trees. Select December weekends. Facebook: RockyBarChristmasTreeFarm Slate Hill Apple Farm Market 2580 Route 6 • Slate Hill 10973 • 845-355-4493 A full line of fresh cut Christmas trees, handmade wreaths, winter arrangements, custom fruit and gift baskets, and of course an array of baked goodies. Daily 7am-6pm. Facebook: Slate Hill Apple Farm Market Stone Oak Farm 207 Stony Bar Road • Slate Hill 10973 • 845-355-4751 Choose and cut trees and homemade fresh decorated wreaths. Timber frame barn with roaring fireplace. Free hot chocolate and candy canes. Weekends after Thanksgiving, 10am to dusk. Stonehenge Farms 1401 Route 302 • Bullville 10915 • 845-361-4014 Fresh cut trees including Douglas fir, balsam, blue spruce, Scotch pine, live trees. Handmade garlands and wreaths. Fresh baked pies, apple cider and produce. Feb-Dec. Mon-Sat 8am-7pm. Sun 9am-6pm. Facebook: Stonehenge Farms

Wright Family Farm 325 Kings Highway • Warwick 10990 • 845-986-1345 Cut trees: Fraser fir, balsam, Douglas. Evergreen wreaths. Hot cocoa. Daily starting Thanksgiving weekend. 10-8. www.wrightfamilyfarm.com

Bellvale Farms 75 Bellvale Lakes Road • Warwick 10990 • 845-988-5414 Guided tours of 200-year old family dairy. Learn how cows turn hay into milk. U-Pick pumpkins weekends in Oct. Milking and calf feeding. Sun at 12:30pm, June-Oct. Reservations required. www.bellvalefarms.com

Stap Family Dairy Farm 426 Drexel Drive • Pine Bush 12566 • 845-744-5734 NYS Licensed milk dealer. Bottled daily and sold in 1/2 gallon glass jars. See the baby calves at 4-6 pm each day, and watch as the cows are milked. Open daily. www.facebook.com/stapfamilydairyfarm

Freedom Hill Farm 115 Grange Road • Otisville 10963 • 845-386-5798 Raw milk, yogurt and kefir, eggs, preserves, maple products, honey, and soap. Licensed raw milk sales. Pre-order milk. No calls after 8 pm. Open daily from 3:30-5:30 pm. www.freedomhillfarm.net

FARM FRESH PRODUCE AND MORE Additional information about our farms and agriculture can be obtained from Cornell Cooperative Extension of Orange County at 845-344-1234. www.cce.cornell.edu/orange Ace Farm - UPICK 351 County Route 105 • Highland Mills 10930 845-783-1381 Family owned and operated since 1917. Farm produced fresh eggs. Pick blueberries in July. Year-round, Mon-Fri 8-12 and 1-5. Apple Dave’s Orchards - UPICK 82 Four Corners Road • Warwick 10990 • 845-986-1684 Up-pick apples and pumpkins. Large attractive farm store, free wagon rides and puppet show. Winery, picnic area, farm animals, herb and rose gardens. 3 miles past Sugar Loaf. Sept & Oct. Daily 9-5. www.appledavesorchards.com Apple Ridge Orchards - UPICK 101 Jessup Road • Warwick 10990 • 845-987-7717 Many varieties of apples to pick from our hillside orchard with spectacular views. Peach and pumpkin picking. Gourds, mums and cider for sale. Come visit for a relaxing family day of picking and fun. Sept-Oct. Sat & Sun 9-6. www.appleridgeorchards.com Blooming Hill Organic Farm 1251 Route 208 • Blooming Grove 10914 • 845-782-7310 Family-run organic farm with farm stand, bakery and grill. Scheduled farm dinners. Sat 10-2 year round. Mother’s Day thru Christmas, Sun 10-2. www.bloominghillfarm.com Bracco Farms 876 County Route 1 • Pine Island 10969 • 201-401-3449 Selling micro greens, baby greens and greens from the greenhouse. May 1-Oct 15. Sat 9am-3pm. www.braccofarms.com Brown Barn Farms 286 Maple Avenue • New Hampton 10958 • 845-374-2010 Fresh, local vegetables grown on site and at J. Glebocki Farms in the black dirt of Goshen, NY. Local seasonal fruit, milk, eggs, honey, maple syrups, and jams. Thur & Fri 126pm, Sat & Sun 9am-3pm. www.brownbarnfarms.com

Christopher Jacobs Winery at Pennings Vineyards - UPICK 320 Crawford Street • Pine Bush 12566 • 845-728-8066 U-Pick table grapes end of Aug through Sept. Outdoor tasting room with vineyard views, picnic area. Pets on leash welcome. Winery open end of May through Oct, Sat & Sun, 12-5pm. www.christopherjacobswinery.com Fresh Meadow Farm 407 Ingrassia Road • Middletown 10940 • 845-800-8135 Growing and selling certified organic vegetables, culinary and medicinal herbs. Produce, pickles, salads and honey from the farm, pies and quiches from the bakery. July-Oct. Sat & Sun 10am-5pm. www.freshmeadowfarm.com Froehlich Farms 2862 Albany Post Road • Montgomery 12549 845-457-5117 Fresh produce from our farm. Vegetables, pumpkins, gourds, Indian corn. 1/2 mile north of Rte 17K. Daily. Mid-July to late Oct. Greenwood Lake Garden Center 1197 Route 17A • Greenwood Lake 10925 • 845-595-1579 Local produce, honey, jams, teas, spices, dips, and herb infused olive oils. Local artwork and crafts with a wide array of home and garden décor. April-Dec. Mon-Fri 10-7, Sat & Sun 9-5. www.gwlgardencenter.com Halfway Acres - UPICK 200 Purgatory Road • Campbell Hall 10916 914-443-1053 Pick your own organic blueberries, or buy them from the stand. Month of July only. Daily 8am-8pm. www.halfwayacres.com Hoeffner Farms 405 Goodwill Road • Montgomery 12549 • 845-457-3453 Vegetable and bedding plants. Hanging baskets, seasonal fruits and vegetables, Christmas trees. May-Dec 25. MonSat, 9-6. Sun 9-4. Facebook: Hoeffner Farms Honey Locust Farm House 7 Morris Drive • Newburgh 12550 • 845-561-7309 Organic farm producing a diverse range of fresh produce and artisanal products for caring consumers. Responsible farming that looks to today’s emerging tastes to guide each season’s crop selections. May-Oct. Call for hours. Facebook: Honey Locust Farm House

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Sumner’s Wintergreen Tree Farm 123 Brola Road • Middletown 10940 • 845-800-3018 Choose and cut blue and white spruce, Scotch and white pine, Douglas and Fraser fir. Free treats for kids. Pre-tagging weekends in Oct (call in advance). Dec Weekends 10-dusk.

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Overlook Farm Market 5417 Route 9W • Newburgh 12550 • 845-562-5780 Cut trees, wreaths, petting zoo. Farm market. Warm cider served by wood-burning stove. 4 miles north of I-84. March-Dec 25. 8-6. Closed Tues. www.overlookfarmmarket.com

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JADS Farm Market 641 County Route 1 • Pine Island 10969 • 845-258-1102 Farm fresh produce, natural eggs, and a variety of packaged goods. Local cuts of meat and poultry. Seasonal decorations including Christmas trees. Garden supplies. Daily April through Dec 9-5.

Pennings Farm Market 161 State Route 94 South • Warwick  10990 • 845-986-1059           Local produce, farm store. Restaurant, pub and beer garden with local beer, wine, and hard cider on tap. Indoor market Dec-April.  Seasonal events. Year-round, 9-7 pm. www.penningsfarmmarket.com 

Sleepy Hill Orchard & Greenhouses - UPICK 1328 Route 284 • Johnson 10933 • 845-726-3797 U-pick apples, grapes, and pumpkins Sept & Oct. Bedding and vegetable plants available in the spring. Farm stand open 10-5 daily except Thursdays, mid-July to Thanksgiving. www.sleepyhillsorchard.com

Jones Farm & Country Store - UPICK 190 Angola Road • Cornwall 12518 • 845-534-4445 Family owned farm offering homegrown fruits and vegetables; Homemade baked goods, local and gourmet foods. U-pick pumpkins in fall. Observation beehive, seasonal hayrides. Year round. Mon-Fri 8-6. Sat & Sun 8-5. www.jonesfarminc.com

Pennings Orchard - UPICK 169 State Route 94 South • Warwick 10990 845-986-7080 Pick your own apples and pumpkins. Daily, September through October. www.penningsorchard.com

Soons Orchards - UPICK 23 Soons Circle (just off Route 17M) • New Hampton 10958 845-374-5471 50+ varieties of home grown apples, peaches, nectarines, apple cider (starts 9/15), and vegetables. Homemade pies, cookies, and donuts. Fall weekends include hayrides, u-pick pumpkins and apples. Late July-May 31. Daily 9-6, after Thanksgiving 9-5:30. www.soonsorchards.com

Late Bloomer Farm 32 Union Street • Montgomery 12549 • 845-742-8705 Organic farm specializing in seasonal micro-greens and heirloom tomatoes. Extensive farm store with local meats and cheeses. Kids can visit the live goats and chickens. Spring seedling sale and fall pumpkin picking. May-Oct, Wed-Sun, 12-5:30. www.LateBloomerFarm.com Lawrence Farms Orchards - UPICK 39 Colandrea Rd • Newburgh 12550 • 845-562-4268 Apples, cherries, grapes, peaches, pears, strawberries, pumpkins, vegetables. Miniature village with farmyard animals. Horse-drawn carriage rides. June–Oct. www.lawrencefarmsorchards.com Manza Family Farm - UPICK 730 Route 211 • Montgomery 12549 • 845-692-4364 U-pick pumpkins. Craft store, hay maze, farm animals, hayrides, farm stand. Straw maze in October. Cut your own Christmas trees, Santa and live reindeer weekends in Dec. Daily Apr 1–Dec 24, 9–5. www.manzafamilyfarm.net Maples Farm - UPICK 749 Route 17M • Middletown 10940 • 845-344-0330 Local produce, country crafts, flowers and gifts. Pumpkin picking, hayrides, barnyard animals, hay maze and haunted barn in October. Cut Christmas trees in Dec. Daily 9-6. www.maplesfarm.com Masker Orchards - UPICK 45 Ball Road • Warwick 10990 • 845-986-1058 Drive right to the tree and bring your picnic gear for an idyllic day in the country. Live music, pony rides, country store. Apple picking daily. Sept 1-early Nov, 9–5. www.maskers.com

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Ochs Orchards - UPICK 4 Ochs Lane • Warwick 10990 • 845-986-1591 Many pick your own fruits and vegetables with home grown produce and cider (in season) at the farm stand. U-pick fall pumpkins. 1/2 mile south of village. June-Feb, daily 9-5. www.ochsorchard.net

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Overlook Farm Market - UPICK 5417 Route 9W • Newburgh 12550 • 845-562-5780 U-pick apples and pumpkins. Fall weekends feature hay maze and fishing at the pond. Bakery and deli. Petting zoo. 4 miles north of I-84. March-Dec, 8-6. Closed Tues. www.overlookfarmmarket.com

Pierson’s Farm -  UPICK 1448 Route 211 West • Middletown  10940 • 845-386-1882 U-pick pumpkins, 2 corn mazes, petting zoo, Indian teepee, and hayrides on weekends in October, seasonal hours. Farm stand, grass fed beef by the pound, and gift shop May-Dec. daily. Open most days 10-6, but call for exact hours. www.piersonsfarm.com Pine Hill Farm - UPICK 3298 Route 94 • Chester 10918 • 845-469-4197 Historic family-owned farm with sweet corn, Heirloom tomatoes, flowers, eggplant, broccoli, and more. U-pick strawberries, raspberries, tomatoes, peppers and pumpkins in season. July-Oct. Mon-Thur 10-6. Fri-Sun 9-6. www.pinehillfarmvegetables.com Roe’s Orchards 3278 Route 94 • Chester 10918 • 845-469-4724 Peaches, plums, apples, pears, berries. Summer and winter vegetables, cut flowers. Our own cider mill and bakery. Open daily Mid July–Feb. Daily 9-5:30. Scheuermann Farms and Greenhouses 73 Little York Road • Warwick 10990 • 845-258-4221 Picturesque fifth generation family farm offering top quality flowers and produce grown on site. Daily 7:30-6. Apr-Oct. Facebook: Scheuermann Farms & Greenhouses Shady Acres 21 Finchville Tpke • Middletown 10940 • 845-386-1415 Certified organic farm with produce, provisions, an food services. Farm to table events. Workshops. Sat 11-4. www.shadyacresorganic.com

Stonehenge Farm 1401 Route 302 • Bullville 10915 • 845-361-4014 Farm market, fresh and dried flowers, organic breads, baked goods, locally grown fruits and vegetables. Greenhousegrown indoor and outdoor plants. Christmas trees in season. Feb-Dec. Daily 8 to dusk. Facebook: Stonehenge Farm Market Sycamore Farms - UPICK 1887 Route 211 East • Middletown 10941 • 845-341-1224 Shop what we grow plus produce from surrounding farms. The bakery has a large assortment of goods including traditional apple cider donuts. U-pick pumpkins. May through Dec, Tues-Sun (closed Mon), 8am-7pm. www.sycamorefarmsny.com Warwick Valley Winery & Orchards - UPICK 114 Little York Road • Warwick 10990 • 845-258-4858 Enjoy strolling the orchard and picking apples with a glass of wine, cider, or sangria. Fall orchard hours: Mon-Fri 12-5, Sat & Sun 11-5. Tasting room open daily, year-round 11-6. www.wvwinery.com Wright Family Farm - UPICK 325 Kings Highway • Warwick 10990 • 845-986-1345 Roadside & U-Pick. Strawberries, seasonal vegetables, pumpkins and Christmas trees. Hay rides. Corn maze Sept and Oct. 2-1/2 miles west of Sugar Loaf. May–Dec. www.wrightfamilyfarm.com

Slate Hill Apple Farm Market - UPICK 2580 Route 6 • Slate Hill 10973 845-355-4493 U-pick apples and pumpkins. Local produce, eggs, honey, gourmet snacks, jellies, gift baskets. Fresh baked fruit pies, cookies, donuts and more. Lunch made from fresh, local, and organic ingredients. Fall hayrides and hay maze. Events. Year-round, daily 7am-6pm. Facebook: Slate Hill Apple Farm Market

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Bazco Farms 142 Hoslers Road • Westtown 10998 • 917-992-2807 Farm direct sales of goats and goat meat. Quality stressed over quantity, having placed in American Boer Goat Association (ABGA) competitions. Daily from 9am to 5pm. www.bazcofarms.com Brookfields Farm 220 Route 17A • Goshen 10924 • 845-294-7265 All natural, farm raised beef, no growth hormones or antibiotics. On the National Historic Register. Retail and wholesale sales of natural beef. Year-round, Fri-Sun 1-5 and by appointment. www.brookfieldsbeef.com Gray Family Farm 261 Otterkill Road • New Windsor 12553 • 845-534-0365 Tour a farm that uses biodynamic agricultural processes. Pasture raised meats, olive oil processed locally, wool products from our sheep, and maple syrup. Farm stand May-Oct. www.grayfamilyfarm.com

Lowland Farm 68 Prices Switch Road • Warwick, NY 10990 845-481-3459 Grass fed beef and natural, pastured Berkshire hogs. Meat is available at the farm and customers are welcome to explore the farm see the animals during normal hours. Sat 10am-3pm, or by appointment. www.lowlandfarm.com

Pierson’s Farm 1448 Route 211 West • Middletown 10940 • 845-386-1882 Grass fed beef. Chicken broilers, pork, and eggs. May-Dec. Thur-Mon 10-6. www.piersonsfarm.com

Maple Terrace Farm 93 Maple Avenue • Warwick 10990 • 845-325-3943 Family owned since 1847, the farm specializes in the production of premium 100% grass fed beef, pure maple syrup, and local wildflower honey. Farm store open Sat 12-5. www.mapleterracefarm.com

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Kirby Farm 25 Kinne Lane • Middletown 10940 • 845-355-2718 Eggs produced by free range hens. Live goat and chicken sales. Farm direct sales of natural and grass fed goats and chickens, and chicken eggs. Self-serve, year round egg sales kirbyfarm@hotmail.com

WEEKLY DOWNTOWN FARMERS MARKETS Municipal farmers markets throughout the county offer local fruits and vegetables as well as prepared foods, wine, honey, flowers, and everything from meats to quiche. Each market has its own individual character with unique offerings and vendors who take pride in their homegrown products. TUESDAY Florida June 16-Oct 27 • 9am-2pm Rt17A/Rt94 -Across from Quick Chek floridafarmersmarket@yahoo.com   http://warwickinfo.net/ floridafarmersmarket/index.html

THURSDAY Sugar Loaf June 11-Oct • 3pm-7pm Sugar Loaf Business Center parking lot, next to Exposures Gallery (845) 467-8427 www.sugarloafnewyork.com

Newburgh-Healthy Orange July 7-Oct 20 • 10am-2pm Open lot on Broadway between Landers and Johnston (845) 360-6691 moakes@orangecountygov.com

Walden July 2-Oct 1 • 2pm-7pm Village Square, (845) 476-6241 www.villageofwalden.org/events/ farmers-market

Monroe-Museum Village June 17-Oct 28 • 9am-3pm 1010 Rt 17M, Museum Village (845) 294-5557 johnlupinskifarm@yahoo.com

FRIDAY Goshen May 29-Oct 30 • 10am-5pm   Church Park - Intersection of Main St & South Church St  (845) 294-5557 www.goshennychamber.com/ goshenfarmersmarket2015.php

Middletown June 6-Oct 24 • 8am-1pm Erie Way between Montgomery Street and Cottage Street  (845) 343-8075 www.middletownbid.org/index.php/ bid-at-work/farmer-s-market.html Montgomery - Crossroads Market June 6-Oct • 9am-2pm On the lawn at Crossroads Intersection of 17K & Rt 208 roxremedies@gmail.com

Port Jervis July 18-Oct 17 • 8am-1pm Mini-Mall, Front Street parking lot (845) 858-4017 www.portjervisny.org Tuxedo June 20-Oct 31 • 9am-2pm 240 Rt 17, Tuxedo Train Station (845) 915-4058 www.tuxedofarmersmarket.com SUNDAY Monroe-Park and Ride June 14-Nov 1 • 9am-2pm Park and Ride commuter parking lot, Millpond Parkway • (845) 782-8341 www.villageofmonroe.org/ farmersmarket.html

Newburgh Mall July 11-Sept 26 • 10am-2pm Newburgh Mall parking lot, (845) 564-1400

Warwick Valley May 10-Nov 22 • 9am-2pm South Street parking lot (845) 988-7912 www.warwickvalleyfarmersmarket.org

Pine Bush May 30-Oct 17 • 9am-2pm 62 Main Street Main and New Streets, behind the Crawford Cultural Center pinebushmarket@yahoo.com www.pinebushfarmersmarket.com

West Point/Town of Highlands June 14-Nov 8 • 9am-2pm Municipal parking lot, Main St, Highland Falls (845) 977-8016 https://www.facebook.com/pages/ West-Point-Town-of-Highlands-FarmersMarket/217461788363902?fref=ts

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WEDNESDAY Cornwall June 3-Oct 28 • 12pm-6pm Town Hall, 183 Main Street (845) 534-2070 marketmanager@cornwallny.gov www.cornwallny.com

SATURDAY Cornwall June 6-Oct 31 • 10am-2pm Town Hall, 183 Main Street (845) 534-2070 marketmanager@cornwallny.gov www.cornwallny.com

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SPECIALTY FARMS Edgwick Farm 348 Angola Rd, Cornwall 12518 • 845-534-8707 edgwickfarm@gmail.com • Facebook: Edgwick Farm February through April by reservation only. Farm tours to see goats, chicks and ducklings. Tastings and purchase at the farm product store. Rock Ridge Alpacas 229 Gibson Hill Rd • Chester 10918 • 845-469-6196 www.rockridgealpacas.com • Facebook: Rock Ridge Alpacas Open year round Saturday and Sunday for tours and the market 12-3pm. Weekdays by appointment. Alpaca yarn, clothing and accessories. Shalimar Alpacas 164 East Ridge Rd • Warwick 10990 • 845-258-0851 www.shalimaralpacas.com • Facebook: Shalimar Alpacas of Warwick Tours, country store with yarns, clothing, accessories. Saturday and Sunday, 11am-4pm. Sugar Loaf Mountain Herbs 1361 Kings Hwy, Sugar Loaf 10981 • 845-469-6460 www.sugarloafherbs.com • Facebook: Sugar Loaf Mountain Herbs Open year round Wednesday through Sunday, 11am-5:30pm. In winter the indoor shop features dried herbs, teas, wellness and skin care products.

WINTER FARM MARKETS It may be cold out, but local fruits, vegetables and specialty products are still available in the snow covered barns of Orange County’s farms. Market hours are those for winter, but since farming is weather-dependent, please call ahead of your visit to confirm they are open. PRODUCE Blooming Hill Farm 1251 State Route 208 • Blooming Grove 10914 845-782-7310 www.bloominghillfarm.com Facebook: Blooming Hill Farm Saturdays 10am-2pm

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Bracco Farms 876 County Route 1, Pine Island 10969 • 201-401-3449 www.braccofarms.com www.Facebook.com/braccofarmsCSAprogram Selling micro greens, baby greens and greens from the greenhouse as long as weather permits. Saturdays 10am-3pm

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Maples Farm & Garden Center 749 Rte 17M, Middletown 10940 • 845-344-0330 www.maplesfarm.com Facebook: Maples Farm & Garden Center Open year round. Winter hours: Nov 9am-5pm Mon-Sun, Dec extended holiday hours. Jan-Mar 9am-5pm Mon-Fri. Ochs Orchards 4 Ochs Lane, Warwick 10990 • 845-986-1591 www.ochsorchard.net Facebook: Ochs Orchard November through December, 9am-5pm. January and February call for hours.

MILK Freedom Hill Farm 115 Grange Road, Otisville 10963 • 845-386-5798 www.freedomhillfarm.net Raw milk, yogurt and kefir. Open year round daily, 3:30-5:30pm. MEAT AND EGGS Ace Farm 351 County Route 105 • Highland Mills 10930 845-783-1381 Monday through Friday 8am-noon, and 1-5pm.

Kirby Farm 25 Kinne Lane, Middletown 10940 • 845-355-2718 Open year-round, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year (self serve refrigerator on the porch with a money box). Eggs and meat goats. Pierson’s Bicentennial Farm 1448 Rte 211 West, Middletown 10940 • 845-386-1882 www.piersonsfarm.com Facebook: Pierson Farm & Greenhouse. Open by appointment in winter for beef sales and free range eggs.

Gray Family Farm 99 Purdy’s Lane • New Windsor 12553 • 845-534-0365 www.grayfamilyfarm.com Facebook: Gray Family Farm Open by appointment in winter for meat sales and eggs. Peg’s Eggs / Hillery Farms 115 Liberty Corners Road Pine Island 10969 • 845-258-4998 Eggs, honey, and local vendors on Sundays from 10am to 2pm, December through April. Facebook: Pegs-Eggs-Honey

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Goshen Farmers Market

WINTER MUNICIPAL FARMERS MARKETS Cornwall Winter Farmers Market Cornwall Senior Center 40 Munger Drive • Cornwall 12518 • 845-775-5574 www.cornwallny.gov Indoor market every first and third Saturday of the month from Nov 7 – May. 10am-2pm. Newburgh Winter Farmers Market Space Create, 115 Broadway • Newburgh 12550 spacecreate0@gmail.com Alternating Saturdays Nov-May. 12noon-3pm.

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Tuxedo Winter Farmers Market (Indoor/Outdoor) Tuxedo Train Station • Tuxedo 10987 • 845-915-4058 www.tuxedofarmersmarket.com Facebook: Tuxedo Farmers Market Every 2nd Saturday of the month Dec 12, 2015 through Apr 9, 2016. 10am-2pm. Check the market's Facebook page for any weather related closings.

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Clemson Brothers Brewery 22 Cottage Street • Middletown 10940 • 845-775-4638 Located in an historic 1890’s industrial building, the brewery produces an ever expanding line of craft beers. The restaurant has an innovative menu within the beautifully renovated space. Thur-Mon Noon-10pm. www.clemsonbrewing.com Equilibrium Brewery 22 Henry Street • Middletown 10940 Opening in spring 2016, this craft brewery is housed in an early 1900’s meat packing factory, suitably renovated with a tasting room. Facebook: Equilibrium Beer

Newburgh Brewing Company 88 South Colden Street • Newburgh 12550 845-569-2337 Craft brewery in a renovated 1850’s box factory. Newburgh beer, local wine, and beer-paired foods in the restaurant. Wed 4-9. Thur 4-11. Fri 4-Midnight. Sat 12-Midnight. (tours before 5pm). Sun 12-5. www.newburghbrewing.com Pine Island Brewing Company 682 County Route 1 • Pine Island 10969 • 845-288-2646 An old neighborhood firehouse transformed into brewery and tap house. Beer made by hand using traditional methods and the highest quality ingredients. Sat 1-7pm. Sun 1-5pm. www.pineislandbeer.com

Rushing Duck 1 Battiato Lane • Chester 10918 • 845-610-5440 An innovative brewery producing a variety of full flavored ales found in local bars and restaurants, or stop by our tasting room for free samples and a tour. Fri 4-7pm. Sat 12-6pm. Sun 12-4pm. www.rushingduck.com Westtown Brew Works 236 Schefflers Road • Westtown 10998 • 845-381-3496 A true farm brewery crafting beer from our own hops and ingredients sourced from our farm neighbors. The tasting room and brewery is located on a hilltop overlooking the hopyard with sweeping views of the Black Dirt. Weekends 11am-6pm. www.westtownbrewworks.com


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See one of the Country’s Largest, Hand Dug, Underground Wine Cellars

Daily Tours & Tastings with Live Music on Weekends!

Weddings & Corporate Events at Grand Monarque Hall

Visit us on the web for a list of our events! www.brotherhood-winery.com

Located in the Heart of the Hudson Valley 100 Brotherhood Plaza Drive Washingtonville, NY 10992 845.496.3661

Dining at the Vinum Café Wednesday - Sunday Call 845.496.9001

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Angry Orchard 2241 Albany Post Road • Walden 12586 Surrounded by acres of apple orchards, the brand new innovation cider house shows the history and process of producing hard apple cider with interactive displays. View the production center before arriving in the tasting room overlooking the orchards. Opening Spring 2016.

Applewood Winery 82 Four Corners Road • Warwick 10990 • 845-988-9292 Wines from New York State grapes and our own fruits. Chardonnay, reds, and Naked Flock Hard Ciders. Events. May-Oct, Wed-Sun 11-5. Nov-Dec & March-April, Fri-Sun 11-5. Closed Jan & Feb. www.applewoodwinery.com

Orchard Hill Cider Mill 29 Soons Circle • New Hampton 10958 • 845-374-2468 A farm winery and cider mill with a tasting room offering a selection of ciders, wines, beers, and spirits from around New York State. Speakeasy Sat nights 5-9pm. Special events. Sun-Fri 12-6. Sat 11-9. Closed Jan & Feb. www.orchardhillnyc.com

Baldwin Vineyards 176 Hardenburgh Road • Pine Bush 12566 • 845-744-2226 Chardonnay, Riesling and Strawberry Wine. Tastings of 15 different wines. Aug & Oct daily 12–5. Late Apr-July, Sept, Nov-Dec, Thur-Sun 12-5. Closed Jan thru late April. www.baldwinvineyards.com

DISTILLERIES Apple Dave’s Distillery 82 Four Corners Road • Warwick 10990 • 845-986-1684 Taste “Apple Dave’s Skullcracker” produced using the Revolutionary War era “Freeze Distilling" method. This Apple Jack has been a staple of the Hudson Valley for hundreds of years. New York State distilled products, wines, beers, and hard ciders. www.appledavesdistillery.com Black Dirt Distillery 114 Little York Road • Warwick 10990 • 845-258-4858 Tours leaving from Warwick Valley Winery every Saturday by reservation. Year round. www.wvwinery.com Brown Barn Farms 286 Maple Avenue • New Hampton 10958 • 845-374-2010 Tasting and cocktail room for Orange County Distillery's products. Available for private events. Thur & Fri 5-9pm, Sat 12-9pm, Sun 12-7pm. www.brownbarnfarms.com

Brotherhood Winery 100 Brotherhood Plaza Drive • Washingtonville 10992 845-496-3661 Since 1839, Brotherhood, America’s oldest winery, has been making wines to please everyone. Tour the largest underground wine cellars in the country. Weekend events. Daily April–Dec, 11-5. Jan-March, Fri-Sun 11-5. Open year round for wine purchases. Extended hours for buses. www.brotherhood-winery.com Christopher Jacobs Winery at Pennings Vineyards 320 Crawford Street • Pine Bush 12566 • 845-728-8066 One of the Hudson Valley’s newest wineries with its own vineyard. Outdoor tasting room with vineyard views, picnic area. Pets on leash welcome. U-Pick grapes end of Aug through Sept. End of May through Oct, Sat & Sun, 12-5pm. www.christopherjacobswinery.com

Orange County Distillery 19B Maloney Lane • Goshen 10924 • 845-651-2929 New York’s only distillery sourcing all of its ingredients from their farm behind the tasting room. Taste the sugar beet vodka, corn whiskey, and bourbon before the tour. Groups over 10 by appointment only. Mon-Fri 1-5. Sat 1-6. www.orangecountydistillery.com

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Orange County Distillery at Brown Barn Farms 286 Maple Avenue • New Hampton 10958 • 845-374-2011 The second tasting room for this distillery sourcing all its ingredients from their farm. Craft beverages from other New York distilleries used in cocktails and tastings. Weekend music and events. Seasonal farmers market. Thur & Fri 5-9pm. Sat 1-9pm. Sun 1-7pm. www.orangecountydistillery.com

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TOURS The Little Wine Bus The Little Beer Bus 917-414-7947 Escorted and fun tours of Hudson Valley wineries, breweries and distilleries. Serving the greater New York area. www.thelittlewinebus.com • www.thelittlebeerbus.com

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Clearview Vineyard 35 Clearview Lane • Warwick 10990 • 845-651-2838 Tour the vineyard with the 15 mile view. 12 varieties of dry whites and reds, eight produced from our organically grown grapes. Wine tasting and wine by the glass. Live music every weekend 2-5pm. April thru mid-Dec. Sat & Sun 12-5. www.clearviewvineyard.com Demarest Hill Winery 81 Pine Island Tpke • Warwick 10990 • 845-986-4723 40 different wines created from select varietal grapes, and 25 different liquors and brandies. Vanilla, balsamic, and wine vinegar made onsite. 11-6 year round. www.demaresthillwinery.com Palaia Winery 10 Sweet Clover Road • Highland Mills 10930 845-928-5384 Housed in a 200-year old barn. 10 acres of grapes. Special Vineyard/Winery Tour by reservation. Weekend music and events all year. Jan-April, Thurs-Sat 12-10, Sun 12-6. April-Dec daily: Sun-Wed 12-6, Thur-Sat 12-10. www.palaiawinery.com Warwick Valley Winery and Distillery 114 Little York Road • Warwick 10990 • 845-258-4858 Try Doc’s Hard Apple Cider, Raspberry Cider, Riesling and fruit wines. Bakery and country store. Fall apple picking. Daily 11-6. Café open Fri-Sun, 12-5. Music Sat & Sun 2-5. www.wvwinery.com


WINERIES & BREWERIES Woodbury Common Premium Outlets

ANTIQUES & SHOPPING Country furniture to designer dresses, and everything in between. Sugar Loaf Craft Village, Woodbury Common Premium Outlets, dozens of antique stores and historic site gift shops. At Sugar Loaf Craft Village, Gillinder Glass and Museum Village you can even watch your gifts being made. There are many ways to shop in Orange County, and so many different things to bring home as a remembrance of your trip.

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ANTIQUES CHESTER Chester Square 104 Main Street • Chester 10918 • 845-469-9754 18th & 19th century antiques. Sat & Sun 11-5. CORNWALL GHS Jewelers 1 Idlewild Ave. • Cornwall-on-Hudson 12520 • 845-534-8344 Fine antique and estate jewelry. Tues–Sat, 10–5:30 or by appointment. www.jewelersorangecountyny.com FORT MONTGOMERY Library Antiques 5 St. Marks Place • Fort Montgomery 10922 • 845-499-4593 Furniture, jewelry, coins, toys, collectibles, military, paintings, glass, pottery, and much more. Tues-Sun 12-5.

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HIGHLAND MILLS Yesterday’s Village 877 Route 32 • Highland Mills 10930 • 845-928-9001 6,000 square feet of antiques, jewelry, clothing, furniture, fine art, rugs, paper and collectibles. 4 miles north of Woodbury Common. Thurs–Mon 10–6.

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NEWBURGH Antique & Collectible Shop 555 Broadway • Newburgh 12553 845-561-7723 Spacious 4100 square foot shop for collectors of jewelry, coins, stamps, autographs, sports memorabilia, and toys. West Point collectibles and Hudson Valley artwork. Tues-Sat, 12-7.

MONROE Baroque Antiques 695 Route 17M • Monroe 10950 845-395-0370 Vintage, primitive, and Mid-century antiques and collectibles. Thur 11-7. Fri 11-8. Sat 10-8. Sun 10-7. Facebook: Baroque Antiques & Estate Sales

Newburgh Vintage Emporium 5006 Route 9W • Newburgh 12550 845-562-5200 Multi dealer store with over 45 dealers and 11,000 square feet of retail space. Vintage, repurposed, antiques, industrial and limited locally handcrafted items. Tues-Sun 10am-6pm, Thur till 8pm. www.newburghvintageemporium.com

MONTGOMERY Clinton Shops Antique Center 84 Clinton Street • Montgomery 12549 845-457-5392 General line of quality antiques and collectibles. Multi-dealer. Daily 11–5. Closed Wed except in June & July. www.clintonshops.com

NEW HAMPTON Four Winds Antiques 6 Sly Place/Route 17M New Hampton 10958 • 845-374-7272 Eclectic antiques shop with affordable collectibles. Furniture, glassware, pottery, porcelain, jewelry, ephemera. Historical, transportation, pop-culture collectibles. Daily 10-4:30.

Guns and Collectibles, Ltd 1092 Route 17K • Montgomery 12549 845-457-9062 5 rooms of antique glassware, silver, furniture and pottery. Separate gun room with antique guns. Mon & Tues, Thur-Sat, 11:30-4. Closed July & Aug. Facebook: Guns & Collectibles Ltd Hidden Barn 24 Bailey Road • Montgomery 12549 845-778-2575 Charming 1860s barn with one-of-a-kind items, affordable antiques, garden gifts and décor. Stained glass made on the premises. April-Dec, Tues-Sun, 12-5. Weekends Jan-March 12-4. www.thehiddenbarn.com Montgomery Antique Center 40 Railroad Avenue Montgomery 12549 • 845-457-7100 2800 square feet of antiques through midcentury. Multi-dealer shop. Something for everyone. beh2@frontiernet.net

PINE ISLAND That Place at the Onion 625 Glenwood Road • Pine Island 10969 845-258-1919 An eclectic array of fabulous finds. Specializing in estate sales with everything from clothing and jewelry to furniture and housewares. Thur-Mon 11-5 (Closed Tues & Wed). Facebook: That Place At The Onion PORT JERVIS Cedarwood Antiques 4 Fowler St. • Port Jervis 12771 845-856-2307 Wholesale and retail specializing in fine antiques, furniture, vintage fabric and collectibles. April-Oct, call for hours.

Maricel’s Attic 47-49 Front St. • Port Jervis 12771 845-672-3554 Variety of antiques and collectibles: art pottery, bronzes, glassware, prints, furniture, lamps, Art Deco, mirrors, linens, jewelry, silver. Year-round. Wed-Sun, 12-5. www.maricelsattic.com Twenty Seven Gallery 27 Front Street • Port Jervis 12771 845-856-2727 Mixture of antiques, Shabby Chic furniture, found object art, and unusual items. Thur & Fri 12-5. Sat 12-6. Sun 12-5. Facebook: Twenty Seven Gallery SPARROWBUSH Tunney’s Lamp Shop 17 Main Street • Sparrowbush 12780 845-856-5763 Antique lighting restoration and sales. Glass and fabric shades, custom designed lighting. Stripping, polishing and sand/bead blasting. Wed–Fri, 11–5. Sat & Sun by appointment. Facebook: Tunneys-Lamp-Shop TUXEDO BackHome Antiques 215 Route 17 • Tuxedo Park 10987 845-915-3505 Multi-dealer shop in a spacious 3,500 sq ft space offering artwork, mid-century modern antiques, costume jewelry, pottery. Sat-Mon 11am-6pm. www.backhomeantiqueshop.com Vera Johnson Antiques 538 Route 17 • Tuxedo 10987 845-351-4466 1 mile north of village. Jewelry, collectibles. Thur–Mon 11:30–5. WARWICK Eclectic Eye Antiques 16-18 Railroad Ave. • Warwick 10990 845-986-5520 3,000 square feet of antique furniture, 1700s decorative items through the 1970s. Paintings, Glidden Pottery, couture clothing, lithographs. Year round. Thurs-Tues 10-5. Closed Wednesday. www.theeclecticeye.com

1809 House 210 South Route 94 • Warwick 10990 845-986-1809 Huge collection of smalls and collectibles. Large collection of period and Victorian furniture, restored and ready to go. Owner operated. May-Oct weekends and most weekdays. www.1809house.com Hands of Time 85 Kings Highway • Warwick 10990 845-988-5100 Quality collection of fine antique clocks, collectibles, furniture, primitives, and home décor. We buy, sell, and repair clocks. Thurs-Sun 11-5. Facebook: Hands-of-Time Lady Luck Estate Buyers 154 Route 94 • Warwick 10990 845-558-5007 Fine art, estates, estate jewelry, gold and silver US and worldwide coins, precious metals, diamonds, handbags and accessories, luxury items and fine collectibles. Mon-Fri 11-5. Sat 11-4. Facebook: Lady Luck Estate Buyers, LLC Warwick Antique Barn 293 Route 94 South • Warwick 10990 845-986-7979 200-year-old restored barn filled with country furniture, primitives, cupboards, hutches, benches, handcrafted farm tables from vintage barn wood, lighting, jewelry and artwork. Thurs-Sun 10-5. www.warwickantiquebarn.com Warwick House of Antiques 12 Oakland Avenue • Warwick 10990 845-986-1505 Over 4,000 square feet of fine antiques and collectibles in a gracious Victorian mansion. Asian antiques, glass, porcelain, and fine furniture. Mon & Thur 11-4. Fri-Sun 11-5. Closed Tues & Wed. www.warwickhouseantiques.com

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Olde Towne Antiques 70 Union Street • Montgomery 12549 845-457-1030 Small shop in a restored house. Antiques are displayed in rooms of the house. Handmade pottery. Open by appointment 7 days.

PINE BUSH Country Heritage Antiques Center 112 Maple Ave. • Pine Bush 12566 845-744-3792 or 845-800-8955 Furniture a specialty: armoires, cupboards, desks, bookcases, china closets, dressers, beds, tables, chairs and more. Plus select antique accessories. Call for hours. www.countryheritageantiques.com

Flora Laura 186 Pike Street • Port Jervis 12771 845-856-1611 Large selection of fine antiques. Nostalgic candy. Fresh, seasonal flowers arranged in vintage porcelain, crystal, and pottery containers. Mon-Fri 9:30-6. Sat. 9:30-4. www.floralauraflowers.com 

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MIDDLETOWN Any Old Thing 4 West Main Street • Middletown 10940 845-978-7259 Antique, vintage, and cool old stuff. Clocks serviced and repaired. Wed through Sat open at noon, closing Wed 4pm, Thu 6pm, Fri 8pm, Sat 9pm. www.anyoldthingvintage.com

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AUCTION HOUSES Country Pickins Auction House 842 Pulaski Highway • Goshen 10924 • 845-651-1990 Auctions the family style way, every Friday night. Auctions start promptly at 5pm and preview starts at 3pm. If you have never been to an auction we will teach you how to bid. Great deals at a fraction of retail prices. www.countrypickinsny.com

Old Red Barn Auction 35 Route 211 West • Cuddebackville 12729 • 845-754-7122 Country auctions held on the first Saturday of the month. Specializing in local estates with turn-of-the-century furniture, collectibles and many decorator items. Located in an historic renovated barn built in the mid-1800s. www.oldredbarnauction.com

Flannery’s Estate Service 26 Recreation Park Road • Pine Bush 12566 • 845-744-2233 Antiques, art, glassware, and furniture, mostly from estates. Auctions every Monday night 6pm. Great country atmosphere in a turn-of-the-century recreation hall. Mon 12-10pm. Tues & Wed 10am-3pm. www.flannerysestateservices.com

Roberson’s Auctions 19 Recreation Park Road • Pine Bush 12566 • 845-744-3388 Quality estate and consignment auctions held monthly. We buy and consign one piece to entire contents: antiques, art, collectibles, etc. Call for schedule. VISA, MC, Discover. www.robersonsauctions.com

Great Estates Auctioneers 40 Front Street • Port Jervis 12771 • 845-856-2001 Specializing in fine art, antiques, estate sales, special and unique items. Monthly auctions. www.greatestatesauctioneers.com

William J. Jenack Auctioneers 62 Kings Highway Bypass • Chester 10918 • 845-469-9095 Featuring fine art, antiques, jewelry, accessories and collectibles. Sales are run monthly, call for date. www.jenack.com

Mark Vail Auction Services Kelly Avenue • Pine Bush 12566 • 845-744-2120 Quality antique and estate auctions every 2 to 3 weeks. Call for auction dates Visa & MC. www.markvailauction.com

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Gillinder Glass 39 Erie Street • Port Jervis 12771 • 845-856-5375 Watch skilled craftsmen at work as they transform molten glass into beautiful and useful objects. The Glass Museum traces the history of the company from 1861 and into the future with original glass, memorabilia, and photographs. Gift shop. Weekday tours at 10:15, 12:30, 1:30. Some special weekend tours. Store: Mon-Fri 9:30-5:30, Sat 9:30-4, Sun noon-4 www.gillinderglassstore.com

Sugar Loaf Art & Craft Village Sugar Loaf 10981 • 848-467-8427 • (For GPS use Chester 10918) A community of creative crafts people and artists. Surrounded by apple orchards and horse farms, it has had a distinguished reputation as a crafts community for over 250 years. Today Sugar Loaf remains true to its heritage as the home of over 60 artists studios, craft shops, galleries and restaurants, all located in the original barns and buildings dating back to the 1700s & 1800s. Open year round, 11–5. Most shops open Wed-Sun. Closed Mon and some holidays. www.sugarloafnewyork.com

SHOPPING CENTERS Galleria at Crystal Run 1 Galleria Drive • Middletown 10941 • 845-692-8883 Over 140 specialty stores with restaurants, cinemas and services. North & south: Rte 17 to Exit 120. East & west: I-84 to Exit 4W to Exit 120. Mon–Sat, 10–9:30PM. Sun 11–6. www.galleriacrystalrun.com

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Newburgh Mall 1401 Route 300 • Newburgh 12550 • 845-564-1400 Regional indoor shopping mall in eastern Orange County. Over 65 stores and services. Mon–Sat, 10–9:30. Sun 11–6. Exit 7B on I-84 and Exit 17 on I-87. www.newburghmall.com

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Woodbury Centre 50 Centre Drive • Central Valley 10917 • 781-741-7789 Eileen Fisher and Talbots outlets with additional major stores and restaurants. Daily 10am-8pm.

Woodbury Common Premium Outlets 498 Red Apple Court, Route 32 • Central Valley 10917 • 845-928-4000 With 220 stores, the world’s largest collection of designer outlets. Impressive savings of 25% to 65% everyday from leading designers and name brands including Balenciaga, Burberry, Coach, Chloe, Dolce & Gabbana, Gap Outlet, Giorgio Armani, Gucci, J.Crew/ Crewcuts, Jimmy Choo, Polo Ralph Lauren, Prada, Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th and Zegna. Food court, restaurant, locker and stroller rentals, foreign currency exchange and ATM. Open every day except Thanksgiving and Christmas, 10AM to 9PM with extended holiday hours. VISITOR INFORMATION CENTER. www.premiumoutlets.com/woodburycommon


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LODGING Stay a while and relax. Your evening accommodations can be found at one of our cozy B&Bs and inns, or a comfortable hotel. With all that Orange County has to offer, you’ll need a few days to soak up all the historic sites, shop till you drop, or spend time in the great outdoors. Excellent restaurants are nearby, and entertainment can be found throughout the county to make your stay complete.

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BED & BREAKFASTS Ashford Cottage 25 Oakland Avenue • Warwick 10990 845-986-6162 or 258-7167 3 richly appointed rooms and suites with whirlpool tub or steam shower. Beautifully restored bungalow home in the village. Swimming pool and TV. Full breakfast. www.ashfordcottage.com

Cider Mill Inn 207 Glenwood Rd • Pine Island 10969 845-258-3044 3 rooms with private baths. A restored 1865 Victorian farmhouse with elegantly appointed rooms, plush down comforters and hot tubs. Full gourmet breakfast. www.cidermillinn.com

Julia’s 132 Little York Road • Warwick 10990 845-258-4696 1 room, private bath. Massage on premises by fully licensed therapist. Made-fromscratch breakfasts featuring Julia’s famous homemade bread. Ski and stay packages. Pool. www.atjulias.com

Borland House Inn 130 Clinton Street • Montgomery 12549 845-457-1513 5 rooms with private baths in a stately Greek Revival home in the heart of the historic district. Restaurant with farm to table dining and cooking classes. www.theborlandhouse.com

Cromwell Manor 174 Angola Road • Cornwall 12518 845-534-7136 12 air-conditioned rooms with private baths. Elegant 1820 mansion and charming 1764 cottage furnished with antiques. Many fireplaces. Full gourmet breakfast. Afternoon tea. www.cromwellmanorinn.com

la bel Worstell 8 Hillcrest Road • Fort Montgomery 10922 845-642-2765     4 rooms with private baths overlooking the Hudson River with trails, gardens, brook, heated pool, and tennis courts. Art Deco movie theatre, fitness center, and sauna. www.labelworstellbandb.com

Buck’s Homestead 364 Goodwill Road • Montgomery 12549 845-457-3457 3 air-conditioned rooms with 2 baths in an 1830s farmhouse decorated with antiques. Hearty country breakfast in dining room, or on screened porch in season. Pool, TV, WiFi. www.buckshomestead.com

Dominion House 50 Old Dominion Road Blooming Grove 10914 • 845-496-1826 3 rooms with private baths and a private cottage. 1880s farm house on over 4 acres. Large wraparound porch and oak paneled den. Hot tub and pool. Full country breakfast. www.thedominionhouse.com

Loft at 12 Clara 12 Clara Avenue • New Windsor 12553 845-857-4670 1 room with private entrance. A quiet and sunny studio with mini-kitchen, cozy deck, and huge bath with Jacuzzi. Continental breakfast served in your room. www.theloftat12clara.com

Pine Bush House 215 Maple Avenue • Pine Bush 12566 845-744-3641 4 one-bedroom suites, 1 two-bedroom suite, all with private baths. Victorian home decorated with period antiques. Steam showers and Jacuzzis. Four course gourmet breakfast. www.pinebushhouse.com

Caldwell House* 25 Orrs Mills Road • Salisbury Mills 12577 845-496-2954 or 800-210-5565 14 air-conditioned rooms, all with private baths. Upscale 1803 colonial home furnished with antiques on 7 beautifully landscaped acres. Fireplaces in some rooms. Spa located onsite. Children over 12 welcome. Great Room for weddings, meetings, etc. www.caldwellhouse.com

Goldsmith Denniston House 227 Montgomery Street • Newburgh 12550 845-562-8076 4 rooms with private baths. 1820 Federal style home in the Historic District. Public rooms have marble mantelpieces and plaster mouldings. The home is ideal for parties of 75 or fewer. www.dennistonbb.com

MeadowLark Farm 180 Union Corners Road • Warwick 10990 845-651-4286 1865 farmhouse with 3 air-conditioned rooms with private baths. Full breakfast with fresh produce from the garden. Dinners on request. Living room with fireplace. www.meadowlarkfarm.com

Rushmore Estate 14 Castleton Drive • Highland Mills 10930 845-500-6585 4 suites with private baths on a secluded 50-acre estate. Outdoor activities on the property include a 60’ infinity pool, hiking, tennis, and bass fishing in the private lake. www.rushmoreestate.com

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Caren House 1371 Orange Tpke • Monroe 10950 845-782-0377 3 air-conditioned guest rooms, one with private bath, two with shared bath. Country cozy home situated on 3 acres with picturesque pond. Full breakfast served. Children welcome. www.carenhousebb.com

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Chateau Hathorn 33 Hathorn Road • Warwick 10990 845-986-6099 7 suites with continental breakfast. Fine continental cuisine. Dinner: Wed–Sat, 5–9:30pm. Sun, 3–8PM. Banquet accommodations for 150 and private parties (300 outdoor) www.chateauhathorn.com

Nottingham 207 Hudson Hills • Newburgh 12550 845-561-4321 3 country style rooms in a lovely English Tudor house overlooking the Hudson River. Two rooms share a bath. Full breakfast. Honeymoon suite. April-Dec. Peach Grove Inn 1572 Route 17A • Warwick 10990 845-986-7411 Restored 1850 antique appointed antebellum Greek Revival home overlooking 200 acre farm. 6 large rooms with private baths. Full breakfast includes home baking. No smoking. www.peachgroveinn.net

Hambletonian House 19 High Street • Chester 10918 845-469-6425 2 air-conditioned rooms with private baths. Elegant Victorian residence surrounded by gardens. Spacious rooms with period furnishings, porch and patio. Full breakfast. www.hambletonian-house.com Hudson River Crest 14 River Crest Road Fort Montgomery 10922 • 845-446-9211 4 rooms with private baths. Full gourmet breakfast. Walk through the vineyard and relax on one of the beautiful stone patios or covered porch overlooking the Hudson River. www.thehudsonrivercrest.com Inn at Stony Creek 34 Spanktown Road • Warwick 10990 845-986-3660 6 rooms with private baths in an 1860 Greek Revival farmhouse overlooking scenic meadows. Fireplaces and Jacuzzis. Afternoon tea by the fire. Full gourmet breakfast. www.innstonycreek.com

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Stockbridge Ramsdell House on Hudson 158 Montgomery Street • Newburgh 12550 845-562-9310 5 spacious guest rooms, 2 with fireplaces, 2 with private porches, offering panoramic views of the Hudson River in a Victorian home. Walk to riverfront. Full breakfast. www.stockbridgeramsdell.com Stone Oak Tree Farm 207 Stony Bar Road • Slate Hill 10973 845-355-4751 3 rooms with private baths in a colonial style barn on a Christmas tree farm. Built from timber cut on the 150 acres, a large living room, deck, and kitchen are available for guests. Continental breakfast. www.stoneoaktreefarm.com

Violet Hill 491 Scotchtown Collabar Road Middletown 10941 • 845-692-5252 2 rooms with private baths in an 1809 colonial home on a 100 acre horse farm. Owned by the same family for 90 years, the home has been recently restored. Breakfast in the dining room or on the wraparound porch. www.violethillbedandbreakfast.com Warwick Valley 24 Maple Avenue • Warwick 10990 845-987-7255 6 rooms, private baths, fireplaces. A 1900 colonial revival in the historic district, furnished with antiques and country furniture. Full country breakfast. Guest living room. www.wvbedandbreakfast.com

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Waterstone Inn 62 Sterling Road • Greenwood Lake 10925 845-477-3535 5 rooms, 1 suite, private baths. Private cottage with 2 bedrooms. Lakeside lodging where you can take in the scenery from the wraparound deck and docks. www.waterstoneinn.com

Storm King Lodge 100 Pleasant Hill Road • Mountainville 10953 • 845-534-9421 6 rooms with private baths. An 1800s barn with fireplaces and large veranda. 2 bedroom guest cottage is fully equipped. Swimming pool with mountain views. Full breakfast. www.stormkinglodge.com Tin Brook 2 Berea Road • Walden 12586 845-527-8309 4 rooms, private baths. An economy based B&B located in the 1790s Todd House. Rooms come with high speed Internet, cable TV, refrigerator. Country gift store. www.tinbrookbandb.com

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Sleepy Valley Inn 117 Sleepy Valley Road • Warwick 10990 845-986-7829 4 rooms with private baths and Jacuzzis. Large carriage house on 8 park-like acres surrounded by forest. Furnished with antiques; fireplaces in 3 rooms. Full breakfast. www.sleepyvalleyinn.com

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Beaver Pond Campground 700 Kanawaukee Road • Bear Mountain 10911 • 845-947-2792 Tents, trailers, bathing beach, dump station, fishing, hiking, flush toilets, hot showers. No pets. Mid-April to mid-Oct. www.nysparks.com Black Bear Campground 197 Wheeler Road • Florida 10921 • 845-651-7717 Motor homes, travel trailers, and tent trailers. Swimming pool, planned activities in season. Fishing pond, rec hall, mini-golf and playground. Pull thru sites. 50 amp service, paved roads. Rental RVs available for up to 4 people. Pet friendly. Year round. www.blackbearcampground.com Deerpark KOA 108 Guymard Tpke • Cuddebackville 12729 • 845-754-8388 70 scenic acres along the Neversink River featuring full hook-up RV sites, secluded tent sites, cabins, cottages, heated swimming pool, and miles of hiking trails. Pet friendly. Year round. www.DeerparkKOA.com Korn’s Campgrounds 60 Meyer Road • Middletown 10940 • 845-386-3433 Wooded sites for tents, travel trailers, and motor homes. Cabin for rent. Swimming pool, game room, fishing, laundry room, hot showers. Pet friendly. May 1–Oct 15. Reservations required. www.kornscampgrounds.com

Rosmarins Cottages 12 School Road • Monroe 10950 • 845-783-7222 85 one and two bedroom cottages with screened-in porches. Lake, pool, tennis courts, and playgrounds. Pet friendly. Memorial Day through Labor Day. www.bungalowsummer.com

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Sebago Cabins Harriman State Park • Bear Mountain 10911 • 845-429-2039 38 rustic cabins and cottages with beds, stove, refrigerator on Lake Sebago. Row boat rentals, seasonal beach, hiking, activities, rec hall, tennis courts. Mid-April to mid-Oct. Spruce Lake Cottages 277 Estrada Road • Central Valley 10917 • 347-512-1351 7 cottages with 1 or 2 bedrooms, kitchen, dining area, and screened porches. Minimum one week stay. Woodsy setting with lake, rowboats, and walking trails. May-Sept. Winding Hills Park Route 17K • Montgomery 12549 • 845-457-4918 Tents, travel trailers, tent trailers and motor homes up to 29’ in length. Some electric hook-ups. Boating, fishing, picnic area, snowmobiling, hiking trail. 1st Fri in May to 4th Sun in Oct. www.orangecountynyparks.com

Oakland Valley Campground 399 Oakland Valley Road • Cuddebackville 12729 • 845-754-8732 Large wooded sites. Tents, pop-ups, travel trailers, and motor homes. Recreation hall, arcade, volleyball, swimming pool, fishing. Planned activities. Pet friendly. May 1–Oct 15. www.oaklandvalleycampground.com

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CONFERENCE FACILITIES Arrow Park Mansion 1061 Orange Turnpike • Monroe 10950 845-783-2044 11 rooms in an arts and crafts style lodge for weddings, corporate events, retreats, reunions. Five rooms have private baths, six rooms share baths. Located on a private lake with row boat rentals, swimming, events. www.arrowparkny.com Castle Event Center 109 Brookside Avenue • Chester 10918 845-469-2116 ext 7000 5,000 square foot event room with stage, A/V, professional lighting, and sound system. 11,000 square foot indoor area for over 1,000 people. Seasonal picnic grounds with activity area, fire pit, horseshoes and volleyball. On-site catering and bar options. Castle Fun Center activity options for all events. www.thecastlefuncenter.com Cedar Lakes Estate 1 Team USA Way • Port Jervis 12771 845-418-6117 500-acre lakefront property with 13 luxury cottages. Beautiful weddings and conferences. Tennis, boating, fishing, ropes course, and zip line. www.cedarlakesestate.com Greenkill Retreat Center 300 Big Pond Road • Huguenot 12746 845-858-2200 Non-profit groups from 20 to 200 overnight, 250 for meetings. Dormitorystyle chalets. Generous buffets and homestyle cooking. Hiking trails and outdoor adventure course. www.nyycamp.org

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Olmsted Center 114 Bay View • Cornwall-on-Hudson 12520 845-534-7900 2 large homes for 50 guests, and 3 rustic cabins for 60 guests. 76 acre camp and retreat center open to non-profit groups. Tennis court, ropes course, pool, meeting/dining room. www.campolmsted.org

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Warwick Center 62 Warwick Center Road • Warwick 10990 845-986-1164 Mountaintop camp/conference retreat facility located on 456 acres with accommodations for 270. Meeting rooms, banquet facility for 135–225, campgrounds, and picnic grove. www.warwickcenter.com

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HOTELS & MOTELS America’s Best Value Inn 139 Route 32 • Central Valley 10917 845-928-2266 50 rooms. 1/2 mile north of Thruway Exit 16, just past Woodbury Common. www.abvicentralvalley.com Anton’s on the Lake 7 Waterstone Road • Greenwood Lake 10925 845-477-0010 16 rooms overlooking Greenwood Lake. Docking space available. Year round. www.antonsonthelake.com Bear Mountain Bridge Motel 1041 Route 9W • Fort Montgomery 10922 845-446-2472 5 rooms. Dining nearby. 2 miles south of West Point, near Bear Mountain State Park. Free wireless Internet. Bear Mountain Inn and Conference Center* 3020 Seven Lakes Drive Bear Mountain 10911 • 845-786-2731 44 rooms. Located in Bear Mountain State Park, this historic 1915 inn has recently been renovated returning to its original rustic splendor within current environmental standards. Hiker's Lounge, Hudson Valley Store, full-service restaurant and bar, and meeting rooms. Sunday brunch. Walking distance to the park’s rowboat docks, swimming pool, nature trails, ice-skating rink, Trailside Museums and Zoo, Iona Island Bird Refuge, and Perkins Tower. www.visitbearmountain.com Breezy Point Inn 620 Jersey Avenue (Route 210) Greenwood Lake 10925 • 845-477-8100 4 rooms overlooking Greenwood Lake. Docking facilities available. German/ American cuisine. Outdoor lakefront dining deck Year round. www.breezypointinn.com Budget Inn 5202 Route 9W • Newburgh 12550 845-562-7477 20 rooms. Waterbeds and Jacuzzis. Cadet Motel 2582 Route 9W • Cornwall 12518 845-534-4595 14 rooms. Courtesy pick up from Stewart Airport. Weekly rates available. cadetmotel@gmail.com

Comfort Inn & Suites* 20 Hatfield Lane • Goshen 10924 845-291-1282 95 rooms, both standards and suites. Most rooms have mini-refrigerators and microwaves. Business center with computer, printer, fax, high-speed Internet. Fitness room and outdoor heated pool. Buffet breakfast and coffee bar. Meeting room accommodates 50. www.comfortinngoshen.com Courtyard by Marriott* 24 Crystal Run Crossing • Middletown 10941 845-695-0606 134 room award winning hotel. All rooms with coffee maker, microwave and mini refrigerator. Complimentary wired and wireless high speed internet access and business center. Indoor pool and whirlpool spa, fitness center and 24 hour convenience market. State of the art meeting room accommodates 1-45. Restaurant open for breakfast. Lounge with full service bar. www.marriott.com/SWFCY Courtyard by Marriott 4 Governor Drive • Newburgh 12550 845-567-4800 78 rooms and suites. Indoor pool, whirlpool and fitness center. Courtyard Cafe serves breakfast daily. Conference room available for groups up to 50. Near Stewart Airport. www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/hpnnbcourtyard-newburgh-stewart-airport/ Days Inn Newburgh 915 Union Avenue • New Windsor 12553 845-564-7550 97 rooms overlooking beautiful Washington Lake. Indoor seasonal pool, complimentary continental breakfast. Business services available. Free shuttle to Stewart Airport. www.daysinn.com/newburgh Days Inn 4939 Route 17M & 6 • New Hampton 10958 845-374-2411 44 rooms. Free continental breakfast, local calls, HBO, outdoor pool. In-room hair dryer, dataports. Microwave and refrigerator by request. www.daysinn.com Days Inn 2247 Greenville Tpke • Port Jervis 12771 845-856-6611 103 rooms. Outdoor pool, free continental breakfast. In-room coffee makers, cable TV, hair dryers. Meeting rooms. Minutes from Delaware River. www.daysinn.com/portjervis

Econo Lodge 310 Windsor Highway • New Windsor 12553 845-561-6620 or 800-55-ECONO 38 spacious rooms. Complimentary breakfast. Smoking and non-smoking rooms. www.choicehotels.com Economy Inn 20-22 Motel Road • Middletown 10941 845-361-1211 20 rooms. Exit 118 off Route 17. Economy Inn 5155 Route 9W • Newburgh 12550 845-562-6170 28 rooms. Cable TV, A/C, smoking and non-smoking rooms. Close to attractions. Erie Hotel 9 Jersey Ave. • Port Jervis 12771 845-858-4100 10 rooms with Victorian style decor. Restaurant on premises. www.theeriehotel.com FairBridge Inn & Suites 17 Main St. • Highland Falls 10928 845-446-9400 54 rooms. Free continental breakfast. Free wireless Internet. Pet-friendly. www.fairbridgeinns.com Four Points by Sheraton* 5 Lakeside Road • Newburgh 12550 845-567-0567 124 rooms. Full service restaurant and bar with room service available. Refrigerator in every room. Jacuzzi suites, outdoor pool, fitness center, seasonal outdoor fire pit. 24hour business center, meeting rooms, free WiFi. Laundry facility onsite. Complimentary breakfast. Free shuttle to Stewart Airport. www.fourpointsnewburghstewartairport.com

Glenmere 634 Pine Hill Road • Chester 10918 845-469-1900 18 rooms in a circa 1911 mansion. Two restaurants. www.glenmeremansion.com Green Valley Motel 5516 Route 9W • Marlboro 12542 845-562-7700 27 rooms, 6 efficiencies. Jacuzzis. Reservations.


Hampton Inn Harriman-Woodbury* 60 Centre Drive • Central Valley 10917 • 845-782-9600 136 rooms. Free shuttle to Woodbury Common Outlets. Heated indoor pool and Jacuzzi, fitness center. Complimentary hot breakfast, onsite store. www.HarrimanWoodbury.HamptonInn.com Harvest Inn Motel 95 Boniface Drive • Pine Bush 12566 845-744-5700 or 800-538-INNS 39 rooms. Rooms feature pillowtop bedding, hairdryers, irons, A/C, cable TV, and free WiFi. Heated outdoor pool. Guest laundry. www.harvestinnmotel.com Holiday Inn 68 Crystal Run Road • Middletown 10941 845-343-1474 or 1-800-HOLIDAY 102 rooms. Smoking and non-smoking, handicapped facilities, fitness room. Meals, indoor and outdoor pools, lounge. 4 meeting rooms, largest capacity: 300. www.holidayinn.com/middletownny

Holiday Inn Express 2 Bryle Place • Chester 10918 • 845-469-3000 80 rooms with 16 suites. Large indoor swimming pool and Jacuzzi, fitness room, wireless high speed Internet. Continental breakfast bar. Meeting space available. www.hiexpress.com/chester

Howard Johnson Inn 95 Route 17K • Newburgh 12550 845-564-4000 or 800-564-5009 74 rooms, newly renovated. Outdoor pool. Restaurant, conference facilities. Cable TV, HBO, in-room coffee makers, hair dryers. Free continental breakfast. www.hojo.com

Holiday Inn Express 1106 Route 9W North • Fort Montgomery 10922 845-446-4277 or 800-HOLIDAY 86 room hotel with suites. Indoor pool, sauna, and fitness center. Meeting rooms and business center. Free breakfast bar. www.hiexpress.com

Howard Johnson Lodge 551 Route 211 East • Middletown 10941 845-342-5822 117 rooms. Cable TV with free HBO. Conference/banquet facilities: 5–150 capacity. Special corporate and group rates. www.hojo.com

Holiday Inn Express 2105 Route 208 • Montgomery 12549 • 845-457-7373 81 guest rooms and suites with free hot breakfast buffet. Free coffee and tea always available. Indoor pool and fitness center. Microwaves and refrigerators in every room. Free wired internet and WiFi. Meeting space and business center. www.hiexpress.com/montgomeryny Homewood Suites by Hilton* Stewart Airport • 180 Breunig Road • New Windsor 12553 845-567-2700 or 1-800-CALL-HOME 125 suites. Fully equipped kitchens, high-speed internet, work desk, voicemail. Dinner with wine and beer Mon-Thur; hot breakfast buffet. Indoor pool, whirlpool, fitness room. Guest laundry facility. 24-hour convenience store and business center. Meeting rooms with catering. Complimentary airport shuttle. www.homewoodsuites3.hilton.com

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Hampton Inn* 20 Crystal Run Crossing • Middletown 10941 845-344-3400 127 room hotel. Featuring complimentary hot “On the House” breakfast buffet, 24-hour coffee bar, business center, wireless Internet, and outdoor heated pool. Restaurants within walking distance. www.middletown.hamptoninn.com

Hudson Valley Hotel 90 Route 17K • Newburgh 12550 • 845-564-9020 122 rooms. Free buffet breakfast daily. Fitness center. Pet friendly rooms. Business center. Weekend entertainment. Full service restaurant and bar. www.fairbridgeinns.com/newburgh Microtel Inn & Suites 19 Crystal Run Crossing • Middletown 10941 845-692-0098 80 rooms, 22 suites with microwaves and refrigerators. Complimentary continental breakfast. Pet friendly. Business center and meeting facilities. Adjacent restaurants. www.microtelinn.com Middletown Motel 501 Route 211 East • Middletown 10940 845-342-2535 or 800-343-2535 101 rooms. Heart shaped Jacuzzis. Free coffee. Basic cable. Rte 17, Exit 120. www.middletownmotelny.com

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New Continental Hotel 15 Leo Court (Route 210) Greenwood Lake 10925 • 845-477-2456 20-room family run country inn on Greenwood Lake. Restaurant specializes in home style German/American cuisine. Delft Cocktail Lounge. Weddings and conferences. www.thenewcontinentalhotel.com Painter’s Inn 266 Hudson Street • Cornwall-on-Hudson 12520 845-534-2109 7 guest rooms with private baths, 1 suite. Restaurant on premises serving lunch and dinner. www.painters-restaurant.com Ramada Newburgh 1289 Route 300 • Newburgh 12550 • 845-564-4500 156 rooms and suites. Complimentary hot Continental breakfast. Restaurant and lounge, outdoor pool. Conference, wedding, and banquet center. Shuttle to Stewart Airport. www.ramada.com Super 8 Maybrook 207 Montgomery Rd • Montgomery 12549 845-457-3143 96 rooms. Continental breakfast, Direct TV, HBO, movies. Guest laundry, special rates, spacious parking. Pets accommodated. Reservations. I-84, Exit 5. www.super8.com Super 8 Motel 563 Route 211 East • Middletown 10940 • 845-692-5828 82 rooms. 2 suites. Free coffee and morning toast bar. Guest laundry, vending room. 24 hour desk service. Rte 17, Exit 120. Pets accommodated. www.super8.com

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Super 8 Motel 1287 Route 300 • Newburgh 12550 • 845-564-5700 or 800-800-8000 107 rooms and suite. Cable TV, guest business center, and guest coin operated laundry room. Continental breakfast included. Pets accommodated with fee. www.super8.com

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Thayer Hotel* 674 Thayer Road • West Point 10996 • 845-446-4731 or 800-247-5047 151 rooms with 23 recently renovated executive suites. Ten elegant venues for meetings, weddings and special events. The hotel offers award-winning dining options at MacArthur’s Riverview Restaurant and at the Zulu Time Rooftop Lounge. www.thethayerhotel.com Travel Inn 3046 Route 9W • New Windsor 12553 • 845-561-7570 18 rooms. Newly renovated. A/C, cable TV. Near West Point and Stewart Airport. Tuxedo Motel 981 Route 17 • Southfields 10975 • 845-351-4747 55 rooms. www.tuxedomotelinc.com US Academy Motel 41 Main St. • Highland Falls 10928 • 845-446-2021 15 rooms. Free continental breakfast. Cable TV, microwaves and refrigerators in rooms. One mile south of West Point. West Point Motel 156 Main Street • Highland Falls 10928 • 845-446-4180 or 888-349-6788 51 rooms. Complimentary continental breakfast. Free cable channels. Two queen beds in all rooms. Free wireless Internet. Easy walking distance to West Point. www.thewestpointmotel.com Windsor Motel 2976 Route 9W • New Windsor 12553 • 845-562-7777 32 rooms. Free continental breakfast, cable TV with free HBO. Outdoor pool. Non-smoking rooms available. Courtesy pick-up from Stewart International Airport. www.windsormotelon9w.com


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Castle Event Center..................................................46 1809 House................................................................. 39 Castle Fun Center....................................................... 16 94 Pitch & Putt.............................................................17 Cedar Lakes Estate...................................................46 Cedarwood Antiques.............................................. 39 Central Valley (Woodbury Common Premium Outlets)........................................................6 Above the Clouds........................................................17 Chadwick Lake...........................................................20 Academy Taxi................................................................ 7 Chateau Hathorn....................................................... 42 Adirondack Trailways.............................................. 29 Chester Railroad Station...........................................9 Algonquin Park.............................................................. 7 Chester Square............................................................37 All Transportation Network..................................... 7 Cheymore......................................................................14 America's Best Value Inn.......................................46 Christopher Jacobs Winery Amity Gallery................................................................13 at Pennings Vineyards............................................ 29 Ananda Ashram............................................................11 Cider Mill Inn............................................................... 42 Angry Orchard............................................................ 36 Cideries......................................................................... 36 Ann Street Gallery......................................................13 Circleville Town Park/C. Hudson Antique and Collectible Shop.............................. 39 Thomas Memorial Park........................................23 Anton’s on the Lake..................................................46 City Courts....................................................................25 Any Old Thing............................................................. 39 Clearview Vineyard.................................................. 36 Appalachian Trail........................................................25 Clearwaters Gallery..................................................14 Apple Dave’s Distillery............................................ 36 Clemson Brothers Brewery..................................34 Applewood Winery.................................................. 36 Clinton Shops Antique Center............................. 39 Aquinas Hall Theatre.................................................15 Clove Acres Riding Academy..............................20 Army 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Company..................................................... 7 Country Pickins Auction House..........................40 Back Track Inn..............................................................25 Courtyard by Marriott-Middletown.................46 BackHome Antiques................................................ 39 Courtyard by Marriott-Newburgh....................46 Baldwin Vineyards................................................... 36 Cousins Paintball........................................................ 16 Baroque Antiques..................................................... 39 Crawford Gallery of Fine Art.................................14 Basha Kill Wildlife Management Area.............. 18 Crawford House...........................................................9 Bear Mountain and Harriman...............................22 Cromwell Manor....................................................... 42 Bear Mountain Bridge Motel...............................46 Cronomer Hill Park-Parks.......................................22 Bear Mountain Inn and Cronomer Hill Park-Tennis.....................................25 Conference Center...................................................46 Crows Nest...................................................................25 Bear Mountain Merry-Go-Round...................... 16 Crystal Water Farm..................................................20 Bear Mountain State Park.....................................20 Bear Mountain State Park Pool ..........................23 Bear Mountain Trailside Museums D&H Canal Park..........................................................22 and Zoo......................................................................... 26 Days Inn Newburgh.................................................46 Beaver Pond Campground................................... 45 Days Inn-New Hampton........................................46 Bed & Breakfasts...................................................... 42 Days 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Region.....................................23 Dominion House....................................................... 42 Black Rock Forest.......................................................25 Downing Film Center.................................................15 Bliss...................................................................................13 Downing Park-Ice Skating.....................................20 Bob’s Marina.................................................................21 Downing Park-Parks..................................................21 Bob’s Taxi........................................................................ 7 Dr. Bird Taxi and Limo................................................ 7 Borland House............................................................ 42 Dreamrose....................................................................14 Bredeson Outdoor Adventures...........................25 Duffers Golf Range.....................................................17 Breezy Point Inn........................................................46 Dutch Reformed Church...........................................9 Breweries.....................................................................34 Brick House.....................................................................9 Brotherhood Winery............................................... 36 Bryan’s Bikes.................................................................17 Eagle Watch................................................................. 18 Buck’s Homestead................................................... 42 Eclectic Eye Antiques.............................................. 39 Budget Inn....................................................................46 Econo Lodge...............................................................46 Bull Stone House..........................................................9 Economy 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Galleria at Crystal Run............................................40 Genealogical Society.................................................9 GHS Jewelers...............................................................37 Gillinder Glass.............................................................40 Glenmere......................................................................46 Goldsmith Denniston House................................ 42 Gomez Mill House.......................................................9 Gonzaga.........................................................................22 Goosepond Mountain-Parks................................22 Goosepond Mountain-Horse Trails..................20 Goshen (Harness Racing Museum).....................6 Goshen Historic Track................................................9 Goshen Historic Walk.................................................9 Great Estates Auctioneers....................................40 Green Light Gallery...................................................14 Green Ridge Golf Club............................................. 19 Green Valley Motel...................................................46 Greenkill Retreat Center.........................................46 Greenville Historic Buildings.................................10 Greenwood Lake Taxi................................................. 7 Gull Harbor Marina.....................................................21 Guns and Collectibles, Ltd.................................... 39

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Ice Time Sports Complex......................................20 Independent Helicopters.......................................... 7 Inn at Stony Creek..................................................... 42 National Carmelite Shrine........................................11 Ivy Rock Farms...........................................................20 National Purple Heart Hall of Honor....................11 Neversink.......................................................................22 Neversink Valley Museum J&E Ranch....................................................................20 of History and Innovation.........................................11 Jacob T. Walden House.............................................9 New Continental Hotel .........................................48 Jersey Paddle Boards.............................................. 26 New Jersey Transit (Port Jervis Line).................. 7 Jet High Watersports.............................................. 26 New Jersey Transit...................................................... 7 Joe Fix-Its.......................................................................17 New Windsor Art Gallery.......................................14 Josies Taxi....................................................................... 7 New Windsor Cantonment State Juckas Stables............................................................20 Historic Site..................................................................10 Julia’s.............................................................................. 42 Newburgh Boat Launching Site............................21 Newburgh Brewing Company.............................34 Newburgh Landing....................................................21 Kaplan Hall – The Great Room..............................15 Newburgh Mall............................................................31 Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum...............11 Newburgh Vintage Emporium............................ 39 Kasey’s Cast-A-Ways............................................... 18 Newburgh Waterfront.............................................23 Kittatinny Canoes..................................................... 26 Newburgh Waterfront to Beacon......................... 7 Knox’s Headquarters State Historic Site............9 Nottingham................................................................. 42

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Pochuck State Forest.............................................25 Port Jervis Fire Museum........................................11 Port Jervis Tourist Information Center............6 Pride of the Hudson................................................18

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Scenic Farms Golf Course....................................19 Schunnemunk Mountain.....................................22 Schunnemunk Mountain.....................................25 Schunnemunk...........................................................22 Scotts Corners Golf Course.................................19 Sebago Cabins.........................................................45 Seligmann Center for the Arts............................15

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Seligmann Gallery.................................................. 14 Seven Lakes Drive...................................................23 Shadow Brook Farm...............................................19 Shawangunk Mountains Scenic Byway........23 ShortLine.......................................................................7 Silver Canoe...............................................................26 Silvio’s Italian Villa...................................................12 Skip’s Dockside Marina..................................21, 26 Sleepy Valley Inn.....................................................43 Spanktown Road Sanctuary...............................18 Sparrowbush Beach.......................................18, 22 Speedy Car Service...................................................7 Spruce Lake Cottages...........................................45 State Line Sanctuary..............................................18 Station Road Sanctuary........................................18 Stephen Crane Walking Tour.............................23 Sterling Forest..........................................................22 Sterling Forest State Park.............................18, 25 Stewart International Airport (SWF)................7 Stewart State Forest...............................18, 20, 22 Stockbridge Ramsdell House on Hudson.....43 Stone Oak Tree Farm.............................................43 Stony Ford Golf Course.........................................19 Storm King Adventure Tours..............................26 Storm King Art Center............................................15 Storm King Lodge...................................................43 Storm King State Park...........................................25 Strazza Art Gallery................................................. 14 Sugar Loaf Art & Craft Village..........................40 Sugar Loaf....................................................................6

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Take Flight Aviation.................................................18 That Place at the Onion........................................39 Thayer Hotel.............................................................48 The Gallery at ORMC............................................. 14 The Gatehouse...........................................................9 The Little Beer Bus.................................................36 The Little Wine Bus................................................36 The Rock Sports Park............................................23 Thomas Bull Memorial Park...............................23 Thomas P. Morahan Beach.................................23 Tin Brook.....................................................................43 Travel Inn...................................................................48 Tri-State Overlook...................................................23 Tri-States Rock.........................................................23 Tunney’s Lamp Shop.............................................39 Tuxedo Motel...........................................................48 Twenty Seven Gallery...........................................39 Twin Islands Fishing Park......................................21

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Our select hotels are all centrally located to the Hudson Valley’s world class attractions. Less than 60 miles from New York City. • Bear Mountain Inn - Bear Mountain

• Hampton Inn - Central Valley

• Caldwell House - Salisbury Mills

• Hampton Inn - Middletown

• Comfort Inn and Suites - Goshen

• Homewood Suites - Newburgh

• Courtyard Marriott - Middletown

• The Thayer Hotel - West Point

• Four Points by Sheraton - Newburgh

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