As the name might allude to, Pleasant Valley is agrarian and much of the land is devoted to dairying and fruit growing. In early days, a turnpike between Connecticut and Poughkeepsie provided farmers a route to Hudson River markets. Fun at any age, visit Lilymoore Alpaca Farm to walk an alpaca or get a behind the scenes farm tour. For nearly 50 years, the Aquatic Explorers have hosted the Wappinger Creek Water Derby – an 8-mile canoe/kayak race down the longest creek in the county – starting at the Pleasant Valley Recreation Center.
James Baird State Park has much to offer on its 590 acres. There is a playground as well as a sports complex where visitors can enjoy playing basketball, softball, tennis and volleyball. Outdoor enthu...Read More
photo credit John Rozell 18-hole championship course at 590 acre-park designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr. was recently improved by NYS Parks. Clubhouse, driving range, putting green, lessons, club ren...Read More
Explore the Hudson Valley Magazine’s best voted Salon and Day Spa of the Hudson in 2019. Offers include hair, skin, body, and nail care. Relax with luxurious hair services like stress relieving trea...Read More
Repairs, large selection of new and used bikes. Accessories for beginners and pros. Local Places to ride....Read More
Multiple Use Area - 909 Acres | Correspondence address and phone: Stony Kill Farm - NYSDEC Bureau of Public Lands, Rt. 9D, Wappingers Falls, NY 12590, 845-831-8780 x309... ...Read More