A town that exemplifies the best of small-town America, Pine Plains’ namesake are its many pine trees. Rumored to have been a stop on the Underground Railroad, the location of a bootlegging and distilling operation during Prohibition, and home to unique natural attractions like Stissing Mountain and Thompson Pond – this country town is anything but ordinary. Stay at the cozy Inn at Pine Plains and check out unique places like Gallery & Goods, and Hammertown Barn for one-of-a-kind gifts. Stissing House, an historic 1782 tavern is one of the country’s oldest and longest operating restaurants and offers farm-fresh Provence-inspired cuisine using local ingredients. Visit the recently renovated and restored Stissing Center for great entertainment.