Just 50 miles above the tip of Manhattan, the Hudson River cuts a crescent around Orange County, providing some of the most beautiful scenery in the Hudson Highlands. Charmingly sophisticated, experiences here range from international destinations to roadside farm stands. And everything in between!
Some of New York’s major attractions like West Point, Storm King Art Center, Woodbury Common Premium Outlets, the Angry Orchard, Orange County Choppers, and Sugar Loaf Craft Village are found here. As one of the original New York counties, Orange has a vast history reflected in its museums, historic homes, and small towns. The oldest winery in America is here, joined by six others along with two breweries that all offer delightful tastings of their beverages. We have the designer dress you’re looking for, the perfect antique for your house, and that unusual handmade craft that speaks to you. Stay in one of our charming villages and you’ll dine at farm to fork restaurants and find wonderful boutiques while staying at a cozy B&B or full service hotel. One quarter of Orange County is open space with vast parks that offer recreation from golf and tennis to hiking and kayaking. We are the only county in New York located between two rivers, the Delaware for canoeing and rafting, and the Hudson for cruising (we have 3 excursion boats). Between those rivers, the interior rolling hills of farmland provide numerous farm stands, and locavores will love the restaurants that source their menus from the county’s fields. STAY WITH US. We’re the vacation you’ve been looking for.