FALL IN THE HUDSON VALLEY!
If there's one season missing from most locales, that season would be Fall. Even for those who do get to enjoy this tranquil time of year when nature herself winds down, few places as beautiful as the Northeast and our own Hudson Valley. Follow the Shawangunk Wine Trail to sip Hudson Valley wines made in the traditional way by local vinters, hike the brightly colored mountains at Minnewaska State Park or Mohonk Preserve, ride your bicycle on the Rail Trail, or just watch the leaves turn in our backyard while enjoying a warm beverage. After a day of hiking, biking or rock climbing, relax in the Farmhouse's outdoor hot tub and end the day with a great meal in a fabulous area restaurant.
GOLFING IN THE HUDSON VALLEY
Visit Ulster County Tourism to find the best place to golf in and around our area.
Visit Hudson Valley Magazine to find the best places to golf in and around our area.
HIKING IN THE MOUNTAINS/NATURE HAPPENINGS
Minnewaska State Park
New Paltz, New York
Within minutes of Audrey's Farmhouse, enjoy a walk around the lake or hike the many trails with breathtaking views.
Mohonk Mountain House
New Paltz, New York
This famous resort offers visitors many things to see and do, from nature events to hikes, to eating in their great restaurant. Within minutes of Audrey's Farmhouse.
SKY DIVING IN GARDINER
Sky Dive The Ranch - best place to sky dive in the Hudson Valley. Tandem jumps for beginners.
Hudson-Valley-Traveler.com - Many things to do in the Hudson Valley.
OTHER THINGS TO SEE
Bannerman's Castle - Historic castle on the Hudson River.
HUDSON VALLEY WINERIES
The Shawangunk Wine Trail is nestled betweeen the famous Shawangunk Mountain range and the majestic Hudson River. The trail is composed of ten family-owned wineries from New Paltz in Ulster County to Warwick in Orange County, along with a dozen associate members dedicated to making the Hudson Valley a memorable experience for wine the lovers.
The ten wineries on the trail all follow the tradition of wine making established by the early French Huguenot settlers who brought their wine-making expertise to the valley over 300 years ago.
Every winery is different. Small to medium-sized, all roud of their well-crafted red and white wines that range from bone dry to dessert sweet. Tasters will find sparkling wines, vinifera, and French/American varietals and blends, and even some beautifully made sweet wines.
This young, thriving industry has recently become well known for its prize-winning wines across the nation.
Maps and times are available at Audrey's.
For more information about Hudson Valley wineries, visit: