You want to experience the glorious fall foliage of Upstate New York, but you have no idea where to go, or when to be there. Here’s the guide you’ve been looking for. This list isn’t just about colorful leaves. It’s about the State of New York bringing its autumnal A-game.
Adirondacks, Antiques, Autumn, Columbia County, Dutchess County, Explore, Finger Lakes, Herkimer County, Livingston County, Montgomery County, Mountains, Rivers, Routes, Ulster County, Vistas, Wyoming County
One of the best things about visiting Upstate New York is getting to stay overnight. Here’s a quick round up of some of my latest and greatest finds.
Everyone needs a cozy spot in the Hudson Valley to get away to. That’s what drove me to buy this charming two-family home on Gray Street in Poughkeepsie. The vision: to bring this beauty back to life and turn it into a home away from home for guests looking to explore the region, or just kick back with a good book.
Pumpkin doughnuts? Banana doughnuts? Experience Joe the Grower’s homemade varieties that are out to dethrown the apple cider classic.
Housed in a beautifully reclaimed church in Rhinebeck NY, Terrapin makes for a memorable dining experience that is as much about the food as it is about the space.
“There’s an authentic charm and romance to these places – a world of its own that merits multiple explorations.” – Art Director & Designer Catherine Mangosing on Upstate New York
A road trip guide to Dutchess County, one of Upstate New York’s best kept secrets – rolling pastures, cool shops, and an interconnected community of classic American towns.