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A good starting point for exploration of Hudson Valley - Hudson River Valley Forum
From October 7 to 10, my daugther and I will explore the Hudson Valley. I try to agree on an accommodation as a basis. I' ve found a beautiful Airbnb in Saugerties. A few things to see on our listing, in no particular order yet, are the Walkway over the Hudson, Kaaterskill Falls, Fallsing Waters Preserve.
There are some short walks we want to make, in contrast to long walks, because we have only little to do. On the first we will probably see Kykuit and Tarrytown, Sleepy Hollow and take Route 218 uphill. Like Tarrytown in the south and later in New Paltz or Kingston.
So why New Paltz or Kingston or suckers? but they' re not far apart. Both New Paltz (city) and Kingston (city) are places where many different kinds of activity take place. They both have historical areas such as the Historical Huguenot Street in New Paltz and the Stockade quarter in Kingston.
Kingston also has another part of the city by the water where you can visit the Nautical World. Not Airbnb, but possible properties to develop the area. I' m just trying to keep the money. I' m a big suckerties buff and I think it's a good option.
You can visit good eateries in the vibrant city centre and near the Saugerties lighthouse and the educational path. The Kaaterskill Falls is also very comfortable.
Animal-friendly hotels in the Hudson River Valley and accommodation for dogs, cats and other animals.
Hudson Valley consists of the three capital/lower Hudson, mid-Hudson and upper Hudson region. There is a 140-mile long stream from Albany in the northern to Yonkers in the southern part. This makes plenty of room for you and your puppy to walk and splash around as you discover the many picturesque riverside cities lining the Hudson, many of which date back to the end of the twentieth centenary.
A major breakthrough is Beacon, NY, situated in the mid-Hudson area and a simple 1:20-minute NYC to MetroNorthbound. Beacon ( "home" of the deceased Pete Seeger for many years) should be one of your first animal-friendly trips to this area.
A further large city is Hudson, NY, about 65m upriver. A former fishing harbor known for its astonishing antiquities stores (where antiquities merchants buy their antiques) has developed into an even more prosperous and varied society - especially on Warren Street, where there are many animal-friendly dining, shopping, galleries and bookshops.
Further cities worth seeing in the Hudson Valley are Cold Spring and Rhinebeck (upscale), Kingston (atmospheric) (especially the Rondout History Waterfront District) and Catskill (gravelly but aspiring). However, the true purpose of visiting Hudson Valley with your pets is the great wild. With some of the most stunning views in the east of the United States, this area is full of stunning parkland, walking paths and historical places that occupy your eye, your mind and your fantasy, and your legs (and paws) busily rushing to get the next inspirational view.
A few attractions are Storm King State Park, Hudson Valley Rail Trail, Dutchess Rail Trail (including the stunning Walkway Over the Hudson), Bear Mountain State Park and Mohonk Preserve Trail.