Things to Do in The Hudson Valley
Things To Do in the Hudson Valley
There are endless things to do in the Hudson Valley. Whether you’re looking to climb a mountain, taste a glass of incredible local wine, discover history, or simply relax, there’s something for everyone here. Saint Hubert’s Lodge places you in the best location to enjoy all that the Hudson Valley has to offer. Escape from city life in New York, West Point, and across the East Coast to our beautiful lodge in the heart of the Hudson Valley.
Our Favorite Things to Do in the Hudson Valley
For the Outdoor Enthusiast
Hiking & Biking
No matter which season you visit, the Hudson Valley exudes tranquil pastoral beauty everywhere you go. Embark on an amazing mountain hike along a ridge with panoramic views. If you’re feeling particularly adventurous, scale a cliff! You can even go mountain biking or pedal over the Hudson River on the breathtaking Walkway Over the Hudson.
Saint Hubert’s Lodge has miles of hiking trails right on our property. You can take a leisurely stroll around one of our ponds, walk through our peaceful woods, or hike to our private orchard, where the hilltop views of the surrounding vineyards will make you feel like you’re standing in Tuscany.
We take pride in our on-site Championship Sporting Clay Course. Our Promatics-designed facility winds through scenic woods and orchards. Advanced shooters will enjoy the challenge of our unique course, and beginners will be treated to a fantastic shooting experience. Private shooting lessons and gun rentals can be arranged in advance by contacting us directly prior to your arrival at the Lodge.
For those in search of a tranquil setting, the three ponds on our property are beautifully kept and are well stocked with fish. Enjoy a quiet picnic lunch in our pondside pavilion followed by a peaceful afternoon of fishing. You can bring along your own poles and tackle or rent fishing gear from the Lodge. Private fly fishing lessons can be arranged by contacting us directly prior to your arrival.
For the History Buff
History permeates the beautiful Hudson Valley. You’ll discover a wealth of rich history within a short distance of Saint Hubert’s Lodge. The important past of New York and the greater United States is represented in many different forms here. From museums that collect artifacts from times gone by to historical sites commemorating famous presidents and opulent homes, history enthusiasts will delight in the abundance of places to visit. Be sure to make some time to visit West Point or stop by the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library.
For the Wine Aficionado and Food Lover
There’s no need to travel to the West Coast to enjoy great wine. Tour hundreds of local wineries, breweries, and cider mills and to find your next favorite blend. Visit the first distillery opened in New York after prohibition, or travel down a wine trail that takes you through some of the most scenic and beautiful countryside you can imagine.
The Hudson Valley is home to countless restaurants. From fine dining to eclectic fusion eateries, there is something to please every palate. Dine at a quality farm-to-table restaurant, or visit a restaurant run by the nearby Culinary Institute of America. Our area is also known for its fruit orchards, which give way to incredible festivals that revolve around harvesting fresh apples, peaches, pears, and several vegetables.
For the Artist
The Hudson Valley enjoys a number of amazing music venues, art galleries, and theatres. Enjoy live music at a concert, or spend the evening watching a performance at a theatre. There’s something special about seeing live music and live theatre; an electric quality arises when you are in the same room as talented individuals, and the performances themselves feel more alive when you are closer to them! You’ll also find art galleries large and small here, so whether you are browsing artwork to take home or simply want to look at masterpieces, there are plenty of places to do so.
Plan your trip around one of the Valley’s premier music events! Whether it’s checking Woodstock off of your bucket list or experiencing the smooth sounds of the Hudson Valley Jazz Festival, there is something for every music lover waiting in Upstate New York.