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Copake KOA
www.CopakeKOA.com
2236 County Route 7
Copake, NY 12516

 
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Elyse Harney Real Estate

 

RENTALS

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BED & BREAKFASTS

4.6 miles
Swiss Hutte
Route 23, Hillsdale, NY
(518) 325-3333
www.swisshutte.com

5.2 miles
Silvnus Lodge
9350 Old State2 Route 22, Hillsdale, NY
(g518) 325- 3000
www.silvanuslodge.com

6 miles
Bell House Bed & Breakfast
9315 New York 22, Hillsdale, NY
(518) 325- 3814
www.bellho3usebb.com

6.4 miles
7 Willows Bed & Breakfast
2789 New York 23, Hillsdale, NY
(518) 325- 3060
www.7willows.com

7.1 miles
Honored Guest Bed & Breakfast
20 Hunt Road, Hillsdale, NY
(518) 325- 9100
www.honoredguest.com

11.1 miles
Inn At Sweet Water Farm
1 Prospect Lake Road, Great Barrington, MA
(413) 528- 2882
www.innsweetwater.com

12.7 fmiles
Weathervane Inn
17 Main Street, South Egremont, MA
(413) 528- 9580
www.weathervane.com

13.3 miles
Windflower Inn
684 South Egremont Road, Great Barrington, MA
(413) 528- 2720
www.windflowerinn.com

14.6 miles
Thyme in the Country
671 Fish and Game Road, Hudson, NY
(518) 672- 6166
www.thymeinthecountrybandb.com

16.1 miles
Birch Hill Bed & Breakfast
254 Undermountain Road, Sheffield, MA
(413) 229- 2143
www.birchhillbb.com

16.4 miles
Ramblewood Inn
400 South Undermountain Road, Sheffield, MA
(413) 229- 3363
www.ramblewood-inn.com

Sunset/Sunrise
297 East Main St. (Rt. 7A) Copake, NY
518-329 2915
http://www.sunsetsunrise.info

The Little House
1569 County Route 27 East Taghkanic, NY
518-929-0140
http://www.thelittlehouse.biz

Changing Times B&B
Route 82 West Taghkanic, NY
518-851-3510
http://www.changingtimesbandb.com

Mount Merino Manor
4317 State Route 23, Hudson, NY 12534
518-828-5583
http://www.mountmerinomanor.com

MOTELS

4.6 miles
Elm Tree Motel
1384 Route 23, Craryville, NY
(518) 851-9192
www.elmtreemotel.com

6.5 miles
Holiday House Motel
2871 New York 23, Hillsdale, NY
(518) 325- 3030
www.holidayhousemotel.com

14.8 miles
Taghkanic Motel
1011 State Route 82, Ancram (West Taghkanic), NY
(518) 851- 9006
www.taghkanicmotel.com

LOCAL HOME RENTALS

Air BnB
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Beach and Bartolo
beachandbartolo.com

Copake Lake Realty
www.copakelakerealty.com

Dutchess County Rentals
www.dutchesscountry.com

Vacation Rentals By Owner
www.vrbo.com

TOURISM

Columbia County Tourism
www.columbiacountytourism.org

Catamount Adventure Park
Catamount Ski Area
3290 Rt 23, Hillsdale
518-325-3200
http://www.catamounttrees.com
An aerial forest adventure with 11 courses including two 2,000’ zip line courses. 150 platforms in the trees are connected by bridges configured of cable, wood and rope. For ages 7 to adult. Group discounts. Open Spring, Summer and Fall.

Chatham Brewery
30 Main Street, Chatham
518-697-0202
http://www.chathambrewing.com
Brewed fresh, brewed local, Chatham Brewing’s fine selection of beers are brewed in the British tradition using the finest hops and malts available. These top-fermented ales are unfiltered, giving them a unique, lively character, and are available at many dining establishment in Columbia County. Custom and signature brews available for special events and restaurants. Growlers and kegs are available at the brewery, where you could see the process if you stop by most Saturdays.

Chatham Skate Park
Crellin Park, 2940 Rt. 66, Chatham
http://crellinpark.org/
A 2300 square foot concrete park open every day year round – weather permitting. Only skateboards and roller blades are permitted. Free and open to the public.

Columbia County Fair
Rt. 66 & 203, Chatham Village
518-392-2121 or http://www.columbiafair.com
One of the oldest fairs in the country featuring full midway, nightly grandstand entertainment including Demolition Derbies, national rodeo, & national country singing stars, volunteer firefighters parade, daily animal shows; six days starting Wednesday through Labor Day 10am-11pm daily.

HADA – Hudson Antique Dealers Association
http://www.hudsonantiques.net
70 Antiques shops fill five historic walking blocks on Warren Street.
An amazing array and range of merchandise spanning all continents and centuries can be found in Hudson’s Antique Shops. Formal, country, art, modern, European and American Furniture, clocks, architectural items, garden furniture, rugs, paintings, porcelains, lighting, ephemera and decorative accessories abound in Hudson. Shop days and hours vary, please call ahead.

Harlem Valley Rail Trail
HVRT Assoc.,
518-789-9591
http://www.hvrt.org
Access – Undermountain Rd, off Rt 22, Ancram
– Valley View Rd, Copake
– Taconic State Park Entrance (near Depot Deli), Copake Falls
A paved bicycle/pedestrian path built on the old railroad bed that connected New York City, the Harlem Valley, and Chatham, NY.

Harvest Spirits
3074 US Route 9, Valatie
518-253-5917
http://www.harvestspirits.com
The first distillery in New York to be able to offer tastings and retail sale directly out of the distillery, Harvest Spirits has converted one of the massive cold storage rooms at Golden Harvest Farms into the region’s newest micro-distillery. Harvest Spirits makes alcohol from nature’s most perfect fruit: the apple, with apples grown on-site. Apples are grown, where they are pressed, fermented, distilled and bottled at the same location. Come see how this incredible tasting vodka is made. Also uses area pears for their Pear Brandy. Saturday and Sunday 12-5pm.

Hawthorne Valley Farm
327 Cty Rt 21C, Ghent
518-672-7500 x231
http://www.hawthornevalleyfarm.org
Enliven your senses and experience life at Hawthorne Valley Farm with the following tours
A Day on the Farm – A hands-on, farm based educational visit where you will experience life on this 400 acre working Biodynamic farm.
A Taste of the Farm – See where Hawthorne Valley farm foods are grown and crafted!
Seasonal Rhythms – The days, season and planetary movements guide activities on the farm. Seasonal demonstration are free. See website for schedule
Farm Tours – Learn about land stewardship practices and the role of agriculture in education, cultural enrichment and scientific inquiry. Public tour – 1st and 3rd Wed of month 10am-2pm, donations accepted, advance notice of arrival is suggested.

Helsinki Hudson
405 Columbia Street, Hudson
518-828-4800
http://www.helsinkihudson.com
Club Helsinki Hudson continues its commitment to contributing to the quality of the community by cultivating connections between all ethnicities, ages and experience and to reflect the culture and human spirit through innovative programming.

Hudson Berkshire Beverage Trail
http://www.hudsonberkshireexperience.com
Tucked in between the Hudson Valley and Berkshire Mountains, the trail extends from Southeast of Albany down to Hudson. You will find hand-crafted, award-winning and celebrated wines, beers, and spirits. You will also experience farm fresh produce, atrisanal cheeses, baked goods, 100% natural maple syrup, fresh apple ciders and other gourmet, local food products.

Hudson Cruises, Inc
Waterfront Park, Front Street, Hudson
518-822-1014
http://www.hudsoncruises.com
Paddle wheeled 150-passenger vessel, sightseeing and dinner cruises. Also available for charter cruises for all occasions. May – October – please check website for schedule
Hudson Athens Water Taxi Fri night and Sat-Sun

Hudson Walking Tour – Portrait of a Fascinating City
MaryAnn Zimmerman, Hudson Valley Journeys
917-880-6732
http://www.poshnosh.com
Tour the city of Hudson – the History of the city from its founding in 1784, its vibrant architecture, its cultural diversity $12 per person

Hudson-Chatham Winery
1900 Rte. 66, Ghent
518-392-WINE (9463)
http://www.hudson-chathamwinery.com
Award wining wines, including gold medals from the NY State Fair, Hudson Valley Wine & Grape Association and the NY Food & Wine Classic among others. In the picturesque tasting room you can also sample a wide range of locally produced gourmet products, including many Hudson Valley cheeses, The winery hosts events throughout the year and is open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays 12 – 5:00pm

Lake Taghkanic State Park
One mile South of the Rt 82 interchange with the Taconic State Parkway or 1528 Rt 82
518-851-3631
http://www.nysparks.com/parks
camping: tent, trailer, cottages, and cabins; swimming, boat rentals, trails, ice fishing, skating, snowshoeing, cross country skiing & snowmobile trails; deer & turkey hunting(bow only) in designated areas in season; Camping Season: May-October; park open YR – fee to enter Memorial Day – Labor Day.

Love Apple Farm Petting Zoo
1421 Rt 9H, Ghent
518-828-5048
http://www.loveapplefarm.com
featuring baby animals such as a calf, llama, pigs, ducks, goat, lambs, chickens, prairie dogs, peacock and other various animals that children may feed. June – October

Mac Haydn Theatre
1925 Rt 203, Chatham
518-392-9292
http://www.machaydntheatre.org
Professional Musical Theater-in-the-Round; mid-May – mid September

Old Chatham Sheepherding Company Farm
99 Shaker Museum Road, Old Chatham
518-794-7733
http://www.blacksheepcheese.com
Visit this farm and watch milking and cheese making.

Old Chatham Tennis Club
105 Cty Rt 13, Old Chatham
518-392-7966
http://www.oldchathamtennis.com/rates.html
Two hard courts, one HarTru. Open Fall, Winter and Spring, hourly rates available

PS 21
2980 Rt 66, Chatham
518-392-6121
http://www.ps21chatham.org
A performance venue integrating the beautiful rural quality of the Town of Chatham with state of the art technology hosting both world class music and dance performers and local professional, amateur and student artists.

Richmor Aviation, Inc
Columbia County Airport
Rt 9H, Ghent
518-828-9461
http://www.richmor.com
Provides flight training and scenic flights, fuel sales, maintenance, hanger & tie down, pilot supply sales

Stageworks Hudson
41 Cross Street (opposite Amtrak), Hudson
518-828-7843
http://www.stageworkshudson.org
The only professional Equity theater company in the area, provides ground breaking, adventurous theater
Taconic State Park
Rt 344, off Rt 22, Copake Falls
518-329-3993
http://www.nysparks.com/parks
Camping: tent, trailer, cabins & cottages; swimming; fishing; extensive trail system offering biking and nature trails, nature center, snowshoeing, cross country skiing and snowmobile trails; Bash Bish Falls; Deer hunting in season; Camping Season mid-May – December 6 with 6 Cabins open year ‘round; park open YR – fee to enter Memorial Day – Labor Day.

The Fields at Omi
1405 Cty Rt 22, Ghent
518-392-4747
http://www.artomi.org
100 acres dotted with internationally recognized contemporary sculpture. It offers established as well as emerging American and international artists unique possibilities to create and exhibit a broad range of large-scale work. The Fields’ mission is to expand the experience of what contemporary art viewed in a natural environment can be. A golf cart is available for handicapped use and bicycles are also provided. Visitors are encouraged to enjoy picnic facilities located throughout the park. Guided tours are available to groups of six or more. The Fields offers educational workshops and tours for school groups and other organizations.
The Fields Sculpture Park is open year round during daylight hours.
Charles B. Benenson Visitors Center and Gallery is open Thursday through Sunday during the Summer, and Saturday and Sunday during the Winter. (extended hours available – please call for sepcifics)

Theater Barn
654 Route 20, New Lebanon
518-794-8989
http://www.theaterbarn.com
Summer stock theater in the Berkshires

Time and Space Limited
434 Columbia Street, Hudson
518-822-8448
http://www.timeandspace.org
Home to the Met Opera Live in HD, Oscar Shorts, UK National Theatre broadcasts and Outdoor Movies

Tousey Winery
1774 Rt 9, Germantown
518-567-5462
http://www.touseywinery.com
The goal was to produce wines that they would like to drink ourselves. “Wines that are enjoyed with food just as much as friends,” Success marks their first year with five wines and a cassis sweetened with honey, not sugar. Their Cabernet Franc has been well received by Wine Enthusiast Magazine. Tousey Winery is a proud member of the Hudson Berkshire Beverage Trail. Sat & Sun 12-5pm

Western Riding Stables, Inc
228 Sawchuk Rd, Ancram(Millerton)
518-789-4848
Lessons, trail rides, pack trips, pony rides and hay/sleigh rides

Won Dharma Center
361 Rt 23, Claverack
518-851-2581
http://www.won.org
Captivating views of the area, it is a special environment where meditation, dharma study, weekly dharma services, volunteering is on-going. Whether you would like simply to learn meditation and take a mental vacation, to renew and redirect your life or whether you seek to find the real meaning of life and solve the rave matters of life and death, the Won Dharma Center will be available to renew your vision and deepen your practice.

Dutchess County Tourism
www.dutchesstourism.com

Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum
Visitors take a photographic journey through the largest exhibition of images ever assembled on the public and private lives of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt. Call for exhibition hours. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day. Research room, 8:45am – 5pm.
Address: 4079 Albany Post Rd., Rt. 9
Hyde Park, NY
Phone (main): (800) FDR-VISIT
Open: Call for Museum hours.Research library Mon.-Fri., 8:45am-5pm.
Website: http://www.FDRLibrary.Marist.edu
Website (alt): http://www.HistoricHydePark.org

Gunnison Museum of Natural History at Akin Free Library
Rock minerals, birds and eggs, shells, world artifacts. Groups are welcome anytime by appointment by calling 860-354-2822. Admission is by a suggested donation.
Address: 378 Old Quaker Hill Road.
Pawling, NY
Phone (main): (845) 855-5099
Phone (secondary): (860) 354-2822
Open: May-Oct., Fri.-Sun., 1-4pm.
Fee: Donations Accepted

Hyde Park Railroad Station Museum
Built in 1914 and based on a design shown at the Pan American World Exposition of 1898. The station has been restored to its original condition by the Hudson Valley Railroad Society, Inc. and is on the National Register of Historic Places. Now open as a museum. Free, and donations accepted.
Address: 34 River Rd.
Hyde Park, NY
Phone (main): (845) 229-2338
Open: All year, Mon. 7-9pm. Mid-Jun.-mid-Sept., Sat.-Sun., Noon-5pm or by appt.
Website: http://www.hydeparkstation.com
Fee: Donations Accepted

Mesier Homestead Museum
The Brewer-Mesier Homestead was built by Nicholas Brewer ca. 1741 and later purchased by Peter Mesier. Beautiful Victorian details disguise the 18th c. fieldstone core, the jewel of the village. Located withint the only real village green in Dutchess County that has been a public park since ca. 1891. D,F,G,T
Address: Main Street & South Avenue
Wappingers Falls, NY
Phone (main): (845) 430-9520
Open: Open one day per month for guided tours and year round by appointment. Visit website for more information.
Website: http://www.wappingershistoricalsociety.org

Museum of Rhinebeck History
Local history exhibits.
Address: 7015 Rt. 9, 1798 Quitman House
Rhinebeck, NY
Phone (main): (845) 876-4902
Phone (secondary): (845) 871-1798
Open: Jun.-Oct.Sat.-Sun., 2-4pm; Group tours by appt.
Website: http://www.rhinebeckmuseum.com
Fee: Donations Accepted

Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome Museum & Air Shows
Antique airplanes of WWI, the barnstorming era and earliest days of aviation on display daily 10am-5pm from May-mid-Oct. Thrilling air shows on Sat. & Sun. at 2pm, mid-June – mid-Oct. Biplane rides available.
Address: 9 Norton Rd.
Rhinebeck, NY
Phone (main): (845) 752-3200
Open: Mid-June – Mid-Oct., 10am-5pm. Weekend airshows, mid-Jun.-mid-Oct., 2pm. Open cockpit bi-plane rides available before and after shows.
Website: http://www.oldrhinebeck.org

DC Studios Stained Glass
Full-service stained glass studio offers custom design and fabrication of windows, panels, transoms, door inserts, sidelights, sconces, lampshades and decorative stained glass pieces. Restoration and repairs.
Address: 21 Winston Dr.
Rhinebeck, NY
Phone (main): (845) 876-3200
Open: Call for Appt. or by chance
Website: http://www.dcstudiosllc.com

Gilmor Glass
View glass being mouth/hand-blown; jewelry & accessories from around the world and glassware. Free
Address: 2 Main St.
Millerton, NY
Phone (main): (518) 789-8000
Open: Mon.-Sat., 10:30am-5pm; Sun., 11am-4pm.
Website: http://www.gilmorglass.com

Hudson Beach Glass
Gift shop/gallery with handmade art glass and glass jewelry. Glass blowing on site. Workshops and classes offered. Fine art gallery 2nd flr. Glassblowing demonstrations Sat. or by appt.
Address: 162 Main St.
Beacon, NY
Phone (main): (845) 440-0068
Open: Mon.-Sat., 10am-6pm, Sun. 11am-6pm
Website: http://www.hudsonbeachglass.com

Albert Shahinian Fine Art
Rotating exhibitions at two locations: 1) 22 East Market St., Suite 301-303, Rhinebeck, Upstairs Galleries; works on paper, photographs, mixed media and sculpture. 2) 6384 Mill St., Rt. 9, Rhinebeck, Gallery@Prudential/SERLS; larger works & landscapes.
Address: 22 East Market St., Suite 301-303
Rhinebeck, NY
Phone (main): (845)505-6040
Open: Call them for hours.
Website: http://www.shahinianfineart.com

Haven Spa
Combines ancient eastern and western spa concepts with modern physician-proven techniques; provides an antidote to stress.
Address: 6464 Montgomery St.
Rhinebeck, NY
Phone (main): 845/876-7369
Open: By appt.
Website: http://HavenRhinebeck.com

Ana Marie Organic Farm
Address: Rt. 82
Millbrook, NY
Phone (main): (845) 868-7273
Open: w/e April – October
Website: http://www.anamarieorganicfarms.com

Cedar Heights Orchard
Address: 8 Crosby Ln.
Rhinebeck, NY
Phone (main): (845) 876-3231
Open: September – October
Website: http:/www.rhinebeckapples.com
Pick Your Own Farm, Pumpkins, Apple