What interesting things are there in the Hudson Valley, NY?

Could anyone tell me what interesting or unique things there are to do in Ulster, Orange, and Dutchess counties.
Anythings good, just want some examples.

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  1. Tony S August 27, 2013 at 4:10 AM - Reply

    Ulster – Lake Minnewaska…many trails, hiking, killer mountain views. Marlboro has wine tasting and apple orchards. There is a trolley museum in Kingston. Deep into Route 28, you can enter into the Catskill Park.

    Dutchess – Hyde Park (Roosevelt Home, Vanderbilt Mansion), Rhinebeck…nice restaurants and history. You can go down Route 9 in Poughkeepsie and shop at the malls (Poughkeepsie Galleria) but if you want to see a mall on the verge of dying (if it didn’t die yet) go to the South Hills Mall. During the summer, you can check out minor league baseball (Hudson Valley Renegades – Class A/Rays….they DO play against the Brooklyn Cyclones and the Staten Island Yankees) at Dutchess Stadium in Fishkill. Dia: Beacon is a new art museum.

    Orange – West Point, Woodbury Outlet, cross country skiing in Warwick. Orange County Choppers (yep, the TV show) is up in Rock City

    During the summer, the Dutchess County Fair happens in Rhinebeck and is your typical country fair.

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