York State Capitol - located at the
north end of the Empire State Plaza
York State Museum - located at the south
end of the Empire State Plaza
Falls - Come and listen to the trolls
bowling and Rip snoring.
Lighthouse - Perched out in the middle
of the River, consider a quiet walk out
for a visit.
- grab a seat in Woodstock's Village Green
and watch the parade.
the Esopus - get out your lures and
Street Image #1 - Take a walk back into
18th century colonial life on New Paltz's
Street Image #2 - Watch as archaeology
students dig into the past.
Street Image #3 - Huguenot Street is
a living community, as well as a museum.
Point Park - It's a secret! Don't let
anyone else know about this special little
- visit Cornwall's Riverfront Park.
King Mountain Road - Stop on the side
of the roadway and be dazzled by the view.
Point's Waterfront - Experience the
majesty that is the Hudson River Valley,
from the riverside.
Point's Trophy Point - Possibly the
most spectacular view in all of the Hudson
Point's Parade Grounds - The vast lawn
where all the activity takes place.
Tiorati Beach - One of Bear Mountain
State Parks most favorite spots
Memorial Tower, Visitor Area - simply
great view and easy to get to too!
Memorial Tower, lower drive River view
- You'll be astonished by the view
Island Marsh - One of the best birding
spots in the Hudson Valley, see the marsh
Island - the Black Dirt Farms of Pine
Island will make your eyes water.
- maintaining its small town charm, visit
- in the heart of Warwick's Historic District,
Lewis Park is a green oasis.
Lake - the largest lake in downstate
NY, Greenwood Lake is joy for water sports.
Point - Guardian of the South Gate to
the Hudson Highlands, Jones Point commands
Point Battlefield Historic Site - The
last battle of the North was fought on these
slopes, and the Colonists prevailed.
Point Lighthouse - The oldest lighthouse
on the Hudson River.
Lake - a 19th century center of the
ice industry in the Hudson Valley.
Stop USA - stroll out the mile long
pier at Piermont into the middle of the
Marsh - sit and watch the birds at the
largest remaining tidal estuary on the Hudson.
Riverfront Park - buy a hot dog, take
a picnic and enjoy the view of the Tappan