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Woodstock House - 19.8 miles away
- 2 bedrooms 2
- 1 bathroom
- sleeps 4 4
- 2 nights min
- Child friendly
- Air conditioning
- Pet friendly
Responds fast! Avg. 2 hours 59 minutes
Certificate of Excellence
from $195.00 / night
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Visiting the Hudson Valley Region
Areas within the Hudson Valley
Sightseeing & Things to Do in the Hudson Valley
Regional Food and Dining in the Hudson Valley
Hudson Valley Weather/Climate
When to Visit the Hudson Valley
Whether you're seeking natural beauty, local gourmet food, or incredible culture, you'll find it in Hudson Valley. Take your pick from Hudson Valley vacation homes in Hunter, Kingston, or Poughkeepsie, and explore this fascinating region on your terms.
Things to DoStart your visit by immersing yourself in some of Hudson Valley's most stunning natural beauty. On the southern end of the region, visit Tallman Mountain State Park, which stretches across 700 square miles near Palisades. Here, you can explore the area's lush forests via hiking, mountain biking, and even cross-country skiing.
To see some of the Hudson Valley's best art, travel north to Storm King, which has large-scale sculpture installed in an outdoor garden, along with rotating exhibitions by some of the biggest names in contemporary art. If that piques your interest, head north to Beacon to see site-specific sculptures and art installations against a beautiful backdrop at Dia:Beacon.
Learn more about the Hudson Valley's illustrious history with a visit to Hyde Park. Here you can tour the Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt, visit the Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site, and get to know this presidential couple better. Elsewhere in Hyde Park, visit the Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site, a country home from the gilded age, complete with luxe furnishings and decor at every turn.
TransitTo get to the Hudson Valley from afar, fly into the Westchester County Airport on the region's south side or the Albany International Airport on the region's north side. From there, you'll want to rent a car in order to travel from Hudson Valley vacation homes to the unique towns and countryside attractions that dot this area.
ClimateLike the rest of New York, the Hudson Valley region has a humid continental climate, which means the area enjoys four distinct seasons with notable humidity. Winter temperatures are typically in the 30s, while summer temperatures climb into the 80s in the southern reaches of the Hudson Valley.
EventsDuring the summer and fall seasons, the Hudson Valley is packed with festivals and events celebrating everything from food and wine to music and theater. Rock out with Mountain Jam's top rock and alternative musicians, or dance the weekend away with your favorite country singers at Taste of Country Music Festival. The festivals take place on subsequent weekends at the Hunter Mountain ski resort's amphitheater.
For eight weeks during the summer, make the trip to Annandale-on-Hudson for Bard SummerScape. With dance, opera, theater, and film, this lengthy summer festival fully celebrates the performing arts and routinely receives rave reviews.
To sample some of the best food and drinks in the area, don't miss the Hudson Valley Wine & Food Fest in September. Taste local grapes from more than two dozen Hudson Valley wineries, check out the food truck corral, and take a gourmet treat home as a souvenir.
From culture to cuisine to nature, Hudson Valley has it all. Book Hudson Valley vacation homes in your destination of choice, and use yours as a home base for exploring this attraction-packed region.
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