Sights & Scenes
You may come for HTH, but you will want to stay for vacation.
The beauty of rural living abounds throughout the towns of Ulster County. Mountain vistas, meandering streams, orchards, and family farms are common throughout the region. But don’t let the quaint appeal of these agriculturally based towns fool you into thinking our community is isolated.
The region provides access to an array of cultural, educational, and recreational opportunities. Our community is home to a number of nationally and internationally acclaimed musicians, artisans, and craftspeople.
Opportunities abound for hiking, mountain climbing, kayaking, river-rafting, sight-seeing, sky-diving, art exhibits, historical sites, wine trails, and more.
New Paltz is also just 90 miles north of New York City. Enjoy a day trip to take in the sights, sounds, and tastes of the most famous city in the country. Take in a Broadway show or explore the Museum of Natural History. A short trip into Grand Central on a Metro-North train, Penn Station on an Amtrak train, or a bus trip to the Port Authority on Trailways Bus are convenient ways to get the Big Apple.