The quaint Town of Dover’s history extends back to 1637, when Pequot Sachem Sassacus purportedly took refuge in the Dover Stone Church – a natural stone cave and stunning rock formation with a waterfall, now a free nature preserve. Stay at Old Drover’s Inn, originally opened in 1750 as a tavern, now a bed and breakfast with a restaurant. Visit area farms, where you can take a one-of-a-kind farm tour at Lucky Orphans Horse Rescue – a horse rescue sanctuary, fill your shopping bag at Brookby Farm with local treats, or learn how maple syrup is made at Soukup Farms.
A nature preserve whose highlight is a stunning rock formation and waterfall in a cave. It was used by Native Americans as a hideout in the 17th century, and then for weddings in the 19th century. Dov...Read More
Shop handcrafted country furniture in solid oak, cherry and pine at Hunt Country Furniture in Wingdale, which has been crafting pieces since 1926. You'll find rockers, settees, buffets, hutches, sideb...Read More
Multi-acre reserves with miles of hiking trails, mountains, fields, woods and ponds. Preserve guide available. Nellie Hill Preserve, Rt. 22, Dover Plains. Pawling Nature Reserve, Quaker Lake Rd., Paw...Read More