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Boulder Point Campground's Hudson Valley

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Boulder Point Campground's Hudson Valley

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Located in Ulster County, NY Minnewaska State Park Preserve is situated on the dramatic Shawangunk Mountain ridge, which rises more than 2,000 feet above sea level and is surrounded by rugged, rocky terrain. The park features numerous waterfalls, three crystalline sky lakes, dense hardwood forests, incising sheer cliffs and ledges opening to beautiful views, clear streams cut into valleys, 35 miles of carriage roads and 50 miles of footpaths on which to bike, walk, hike and simply enjoy.
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Minnewaska State Park Preserve
5281 Route 44-55
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Located in Ulster County, NY Minnewaska State Park Preserve is situated on the dramatic Shawangunk Mountain ridge, which rises more than 2,000 feet above sea level and is surrounded by rugged, rocky terrain. The park features numerous waterfalls, three crystalline sky lakes, dense hardwood forests, incising sheer cliffs and ledges opening to beautiful views, clear streams cut into valleys, 35 miles of carriage roads and 50 miles of footpaths on which to bike, walk, hike and simply enjoy.
This trail hike climbs to Sam's Point, with spectacular views, follows a narrow path through the crevices of the Ice Caves, and continues to Verkeerderkill Falls - the highest waterfall trail in the Shawangunks.
Verkeerderkill Falls Trail
This trail hike climbs to Sam's Point, with spectacular views, follows a narrow path through the crevices of the Ice Caves, and continues to Verkeerderkill Falls - the highest waterfall trail in the Shawangunks.
Sightseeing
The Mohonk Preserve is a nature preserve in the Shawangunk Ridge. The preserve has over 8,000 acres of cliffs, forests, fields, ponds and streams, with over 70 miles of carriage roads and 40 miles of trails for hiking, cycling, trail running, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and horseback riding. It is also a major destination for rock climbers, hosting 50,000 climbers each year who enjoy more than 1,000 climbing routes.
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Mohonk Preserve
3197 Route 44 55
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The Mohonk Preserve is a nature preserve in the Shawangunk Ridge. The preserve has over 8,000 acres of cliffs, forests, fields, ponds and streams, with over 70 miles of carriage roads and 40 miles of trails for hiking, cycling, trail running, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and horseback riding. It is also a major destination for rock climbers, hosting 50,000 climbers each year who enjoy more than 1,000 climbing routes.
Historic Huguenot Street is located in New Paltz, New York. The seven stone houses and several accompanying structures in the 10-acre National Landmark Historic District were likely built in the early 18th century by Huguenot settlers fleeing discrimination and religious persecution in France and what's now southern Belgium. After negotiating with the Esopus Indians, this small group of Huguenots settled on a flat rise on the banks of the Wallkill River in 1678. The settlers named the site in honor of Die Pfalz, the region of present-day Germany that had provided them temporary refuge before they came to America. Recent archaeological finds indicate that the immediate area settled by the Huguenots was occupied by Native Americans prior to European contact. The site is one of the oldest continuously inhabited settlements in the United States.
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Historic Huguenot Street
81 Huguenot Street
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Historic Huguenot Street is located in New Paltz, New York. The seven stone houses and several accompanying structures in the 10-acre National Landmark Historic District were likely built in the early 18th century by Huguenot settlers fleeing discrimination and religious persecution in France and what's now southern Belgium. After negotiating with the Esopus Indians, this small group of Huguenots settled on a flat rise on the banks of the Wallkill River in 1678. The settlers named the site in honor of Die Pfalz, the region of present-day Germany that had provided them temporary refuge before they came to America. Recent archaeological finds indicate that the immediate area settled by the Huguenots was occupied by Native Americans prior to European contact. The site is one of the oldest continuously inhabited settlements in the United States.
Ever want to hang glide? This is where it happens. Widely considered the hang gliding capital of the Northeast.
Mountain Wings
77 Hang Glider Rd
Ever want to hang glide? This is where it happens. Widely considered the hang gliding capital of the Northeast.
Take a tour on the Wallkill River.
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New Paltz Kayaking
31 Plains Rd
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Take a tour on the Wallkill River.
Southern tip of Minniwaska state park. Quiet, easy to access lake with surrounding trails and easy kayak launch.
Tillson Lake
Southern tip of Minniwaska state park. Quiet, easy to access lake with surrounding trails and easy kayak launch.
Wineries
Whitecliff is an artisanal family run winery created from the ground up by owners and founders, Michael Migliore and Yancey Stanforth-Migliore. The winery has stunning views of the mountain ridge and a lovely picnic area to spend a day with friends.
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Whitecliff Vineyard & Winery
331 Mckinstry Road
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Whitecliff is an artisanal family run winery created from the ground up by owners and founders, Michael Migliore and Yancey Stanforth-Migliore. The winery has stunning views of the mountain ridge and a lovely picnic area to spend a day with friends.
If hospitality could be harvested, there’s no doubt that Richard and Rachel Magnanini would enjoy bumper crops each year. What isn’t homemade at Magnanini is handmade. In fact, the personal touch is evident at Magnanini in everything from Rachel’s homemade delicacies; Richard’s proudest blends of wine, and to his father’s architectural work. From the outset, Galba, who worked in the vineyards when he was a youngster in Italy, has been intent on making the Magnanini Winery a family affair. It has been exactly that since the winery was established in 1983 to the first bottling a year later.
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Magnanini Winery, Restaurant & Distillery
172 Strawridge Road
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If hospitality could be harvested, there’s no doubt that Richard and Rachel Magnanini would enjoy bumper crops each year. What isn’t homemade at Magnanini is handmade. In fact, the personal touch is evident at Magnanini in everything from Rachel’s homemade delicacies; Richard’s proudest blends of wine, and to his father’s architectural work. From the outset, Galba, who worked in the vineyards when he was a youngster in Italy, has been intent on making the Magnanini Winery a family affair. It has been exactly that since the winery was established in 1983 to the first bottling a year later.
Rock Climbing
The place to show and coordinate all of your hiking, rock climbing and camping activities. If you've ever had the desire to take your indoor rock climbing to the next level, this is the place to equip up and connect with a local guide.
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Rock and Snow
44 Main Street
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The place to show and coordinate all of your hiking, rock climbing and camping activities. If you've ever had the desire to take your indoor rock climbing to the next level, this is the place to equip up and connect with a local guide.
Food scene
Huge cidery offering awesome tours and tastings. Great with a group.
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Angry Orchard
2241 Albany Post Rd
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Huge cidery offering awesome tours and tastings. Great with a group.
The most awarded restaurant in the Hudson Valley. I've had the pleasure of knowing owners Jamie & Marcus for over 15 years. Awesome food and incredible hosts. Mondays are lobster nights!
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Aroma Thyme Bistro
165 Canal St
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The most awarded restaurant in the Hudson Valley. I've had the pleasure of knowing owners Jamie & Marcus for over 15 years. Awesome food and incredible hosts. Mondays are lobster nights!
The best Mexican around. Get the tableside guacomole and enjoy the outdoor dining. Margaritas!
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Gaby's Cafe
143 Canal Street
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The best Mexican around. Get the tableside guacomole and enjoy the outdoor dining. Margaritas!
Fantastic Italian restaurant for those looking to treat themselves.
Tony And Nick's Italian Kitchen
162 Canal St
Fantastic Italian restaurant for those looking to treat themselves.
They deliver top quality pizzas right to the campgrounds.
Siena's Torteria Pizzeria
2412 New York 52
They deliver top quality pizzas right to the campgrounds.
City/town information
This is where all the cool kids go. Popular college town with a great collection of restaurants, coffee shops, bars, breweries and history. INCREDIBLE ANTIQUE SCENE. You must stop be the Antiques Barn. It's an experience unto itself. Record Collector destination!
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New Paltz
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This is where all the cool kids go. Popular college town with a great collection of restaurants, coffee shops, bars, breweries and history. INCREDIBLE ANTIQUE SCENE. You must stop be the Antiques Barn. It's an experience unto itself. Record Collector destination!
Shopping
Not the typical Hudson Valley experience, but hey, even we appreciate great clothes at killer prices. Every designer you can imagine has a store. I picked up a killer Woolrich jacket for a steal.
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Woodbury Common Premium Outlets
498 Red Apple Court
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Not the typical Hudson Valley experience, but hey, even we appreciate great clothes at killer prices. Every designer you can imagine has a store. I picked up a killer Woolrich jacket for a steal.