Once a haven for the well-to-do, this town alongside the Hudson River has plenty of outdoor pursuits — including one of the scariest in the country.
There are 936 acres of mountain forest featuring Louisa Pond, a waterfall, five and a half miles of trails and views of the Hudson River and Catskills. Great hiking and mountain biking. This park can be used by educators as an outdoor classroom. Great place for children to learn about ecology and environmental ethics. Year-round, dawn to dusk.
Posh hotels, retro-inspired inns, tricked-out cabins and cozy B&Bs are just some of the lodging options.Explore Where to Stay
Find an abundance of fine restaurants, acclaimed chefs, hand-crafted beer and wine, and award-winning spirits.Explore Places to Eat & Drink