Things to do Hudson Valley Summer

Hudson Valley Summer Activities

Hudson Valley, NY. Want to make sure you don't miss any special events? Experience art and nature on the Hudson River School Art Trail. Capture the big guy on your next Hudson River Valley vacation. Do more this summer Local!

Eighteen Things For Your Rockland, Westchester Summers Buckets Schedule

Outside lounges are open, gardens continue to tour, swimming pool and beach are overcrowded and seasonal shows are sold out. First of all, here are 18 typical treats - some nearby, some far away - that you can put on your pail roll this year. See or not see.... The Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival is back under a marquee at Boscobel's.

Drive to Spiegeltent, part of the Bard College SummerScape Festivals, which lasts until August 19. The cabaret shows will feature a one-man show with film maker John Waters ("Cry Baby", "Pink Flamingos", "Hairspray"), jazzy shows, specific happenings (swing dance!) and After Hours, a belated show that will run until 12:30 pm Bring yourself to the New York Renaissance Faire!

This funfair opens on August 5th and leads through October 1st in the Sterling Forest in Tuxedo. You can find a full calendar of upcoming shows and more information at renfair.com. Six hundred Route 17A, Tuxedo Park. Hops in your Boston Whaler and engine along the Hudson for some great choices include the Water Club at Haverstraw, 3 Westerly at Ossining, and Cornetta's at Piermont, all of which have docking area, but call first to make sure there is room.

Further up on the Hudson lies the Newburgh water front, which comes to live with the first breath of a hot wind. Younger' Buzzer is the best season for uncooked bars: as in mussels, shrimps and onions. We' ve got Saltaires in Port Chester, Ruby's in Rye, Kee Oyster Bar in White Plains, Croton's Ocean House and The Cedar Street Grill in Dobbs Ferry among our favourites in Westchester.

At Rockland, versuchen Sie Nyack's 8 North Broadway und The Catch on Hudson in Haverstraw. Mountaineer Valley Guides will be back this year at Silver Lake in Liberty Park in White Plains, providing the opportunity to hire and practice kayaking. The Mountain Valley Guides are at the weekend from 11.00 to 18.00 in Liberty Park until Labor Day.

To register and for more information, please go to MountainValleyGuides.com or call Mountain Valley Guides at 845-661-1923. A heartbeat is the first droplet of the Dragon Coaster, the promenade is ideal for a relaxing walk and the firework display every Wednesday and Saturday evening is first class. Hudson River is one of the most impressive river in the land.

In the Pride of the Hudson we offer sight-seeing and theme tours. There' s nothing says more about summers than a days at the stadium, so it's the Rockland Boulders, a pro ball club that's part of the Can-Am League. They' re having many home matches this past sommer, many of them ending with a firework show.

Scheduled for Labor Day, from $8 to $17. 1 Provident Park Drive, Ramapo. Were you going to Bannerman Castle? Sure, you can do a recurring trip (starting from Beacon and including a boating trip, lectures and hike), but why not go kayaking in this magnificent area?

Included in the package are a guided walk, a canoe trip and an archipelago cruise with a Castle Trust Historian. Every trip takes about 3-4 hrs and starts in Cornwall-On-Hudson, on the western side of the Hudson. It is run by the Bannerman Castle Trust, which has its own sturdy list of ways to do it.

See bannermancastle.org for extra trips. There' s nothing that cries out more this year than a road party. Do Nyack?s Famous St. Faire on July 9th if you only go to one. Ticket costs $22 and $16 must be bought in advanced at hudsonvalley.org.

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