Huguenot Street preserves tradition from the 1600's forward.  Original stone homes, consistently restored to excellent condition, offer a glimpse into the past. Historic Huguenot hosts tours, lectures, educational programs and has a gift shop. 

We have  local farms with really amazing produce.  You can go pumpkin picking, peach picking, apple picking etc., seasonally.  Once you move up here, you can join one of many farms which host CSA (Community Supported Agriculture), and economically enjoy abundant, local, fresh, organic produce weekly throughout the growing season.  You can also shop in any of the plentiful farmers' markets.

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  Read on to find out where to walk, hike, dine, buy your dream home, shop, swim, kayak, study, mountain bike, pick apples, go to the theater, visit a historic street, tour museums, jump out of a plane and  more, in and near New  Paltz, New York.

The Walkway over the Hudson offers an easy walk and a stunning view of the river.

​And there is wildlife! Hawks, coyotes, wild turkeys, red efts, frogs, turtles, pileated woodpeckers.. there's so much to see. 

          About the Area 

      New Paltz is a growing, thriving

     community that's still mostly rural.

     It offers the vibrancy of a university

     town, the comforts of civilization, and

     the smell of clean air, an hour and a

     half north of New York City.

Our many local rivers and creeks, including the Hudson, the Wallkill, the Shawangunk Kill, the Rondout and more, invite kayaking, canoeing, other boating, fishing and in some places, swimming. Fishing licenses are available through the town halls.  There are links to the town's website, and those of surrounding towns, further down this page.

Visit the Shawangunk Wine Trail, and its many wineries or visit the Tuthilltown Distillery in Gardiner, the first new distillery to open in NYS since the Prohibition Era, if you prefer whiskey!  Tuthilltown also hosts the annual Sunflower Arts Festival, which packs a whole lot of music and art into a very nice day in August.  

SUNY New Paltz offers culture to its students, and to the community, including quality theatrical productions, classical music concerts and the Dorsky Museum of Art.  SUNY Ulster is also a wonderful community resource, offering Continuing Education to all, among many other things.

The Ulster County Pool is perfect for a day in the sun.  It has a kiddie pool too.  It is right next to the Ulster County Fairgrounds, which host a variety of events throughout the year, including the Ulster County Fair, a Taste of New Paltz, the Woodstock - New Paltz Arts and Crafts Fair, and more.  Moriello Pool is another option, right in the village of New Paltz.  Highland has a small lake and beach, very user friendly. 

Lake Minnewaska, Lake Awosting and Lake Mohonk are all nearby,  public, and entirely gorgeous.  We have  6000 plus acres of preserved State land, where you can swim, hike, mountain bike, cross country ski, snowboard, and rock scramble. You can  oogle the views when you are tired.  The Shawangunk Ridge is known as the best place in the Northeastern US for rock climbing. 

New Paltz is surrounded by vibrant towns, which include rural areas and small hamlets; here are links to some of their websites, where you'll find a wealth of additional information about the area:

Shawangunk,         Rosendale,         Gardiner,         Marbletown,         Lloyd,         Town of New Paltz,

        and the   Village of New Paltz.    You can also check in with the New Paltz Chamber of Commerce.