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How to Make the Most of Spring in the Hudson Valley

The snow is thawing, and the birds are flying back north—it’s officially spring in the Hudson Valley. From exciting festivals to stunning outdoor activities, there’s so much to see and do. Start planning your trip to the Hudson Valley with our comprehensive guide to celebrating the blooming season from the sprawling scenery of the Valley. 

Want to learn more about the Hudson Valley? Access our exclusive Vacation Guide and explore hand-selected recommendations on where to eat and what to do during your country-side getaway. Best of all? It’s free! 

4 Things You Need to Experience This Spring in the Hudson Valley

Make the most of your Hudson Valley experience by checking off all of the season’s must-see activities. Whether you’re a foodie or a nature-lover, there is something waiting for you this spring in the Hudson Valley!

Hudson Valley Restaurant Week

Spring kicks off with the week-long culinary event—Hudson Valley Restaurant Week. Over 200 restaurants come together to offer decadent tasting menus at discounted prices. Restaurant Week is the perfect time to sample all of the restaurants you’ve been dying to try at prices that you can’t beat. 

Can’t make it in the spring? Don’t worry. The Hudson Valley Restaurant Week comes along in the fall too.

Hudson Valley Walkway
The Walkway Over the Hudson is one of Hudson Valley’s newest additions. The 1.28 mile-long bridge stands over 200 feet above the majestic Hudson River. It connects Poughkeepsie to Highland for easy access to all of the area’s best restaurants and shopping. Bike, walk, or run during your next visit to the Hudson Valley!

Shawangunk Wine Trail

Get your passport this spring for the Shawangunk Wine Trail! The list of wineries and cideries includes big hitters like Angry Orchards and small-town wineries such as Applewood and Warwick Valley. Sip your way through the Hudson Valley while watching the vines blossom this spring!

Hike the Hudson Valley

Three mini-mountain ranges surround the Hudson Valley; the Ramapo Mountains, the Marlboro Mountains, and the Taconic Mountains. From the highest peaks of them, you can see as far as Vermont and New Jersey. Discover all of our favorite wooded trails in our guide to hiking the Hudson.       

Come Back to the Comforts of Saint Hubert’s Lodge

Hayloft Suite Bathroom Saint Hubert's LodgeAfter a day of exploring the best of spring in the Hudson Valley, you’ll be ready to curl up at our cozy Saint Hubert’s Lodge. Plan your stay in the Hayloft Suite and enjoy a luxurious clawfoot soaking tub, a plush queen-size bed, a comfortable sitting area, and a complimentary house-made breakfast each morning of your stay.

Did you know that our 165-acre property offers a private sporting clay course? Reserve our Stay and Play package and ring in spring by learning the sport of shooting! You’ll receive 15% off your room, a lesson with a certified instructor, ammo, shotgun rental, targets, water, and ear and eye protection. We can’t wait to welcome you to the Hudson Valley this spring!

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