On the curviest stretch of the Hudson River, Cold Spring treats you to the region’s most eye-popping views. This handsome hamlet is surrounded by rocky terrain that’s more than just lovely to look at. It preserves the historic character because there are few places left to build.
Maybe the funkiest of the communities along the Hudson River, Beacon is home to innovative galleries, edgy shops, and eclectic eateries. And then, of course, there’s Dia Beacon, a sprawling modern art museum that’s among the best in the world.
A truly impressive dining and drinking scene makes Peekskill a draw for weekenders, but during the week local reclaim the territory. It’s an art-loving community, with more than 100 artist studios occupying the former industrial buildings in downtown.
With more of a suburban feel than many of the villages along the Hudson River Line, Cortlandt appeals to families in search of laid-back neighborhoods tucked away from the major thoroughfares. Backyard barbecues are a summertime favorite.
If you’re in search of some privacy, head to the hamlet of Garrison. Most homes are set back from the street and occupy at least an acre of land. Locals love to preserve the character of the place, which is why many roads have been left unpaved.
It’s Halloween all year long in Sleepy Hollow, made famous by Washington Irving’s terrifying tale of the Headless Horseman. But the village has much more going for it, like gracious neighborhoods lined with Colonials, Tudors, and other traditional homes.
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