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of New York. New links and listings are added so be sure to check back often.
From the rising Catskill Mountains to the ever-changing shores of the stately and the scenic Hudson River -- Ulster County offers bold landscapes that can take your breath away. Four seasons of the year, from the mountaintop to the
riverfront, things are humming. Native Americans called it the lovely land and land in the sky. No wonder. Ulster County is framed in living color, the ever-changing blue hues of the Hudson River which forms the eastern border and the Catskill Mountains, the western.
With forty miles of shoreline, the riverfront sings with activity: boating, swimming, lighthouse tours and scenic cruises. Kingston's waterfront, a national historic district, offers a medley of maritime heritage along with wonderful shops and restaurants.
The third oldest city in New York State and its first capital, Kingston retains its Dutch roots in a remarkable collection of old stone houses, including the 1676 Senate House, in its uptown Stockade Area. Similar houses grace the landscape throughout the county and constitute the largest collection still standing in the U.S. A stroll down Main Street in Hurley or the "oldest street in America" in New Paltz is a real walk down memory lane.