Local Area Attractions
Our Historic Hudson Valley location in Columbia County NY is in the Taconic Mountain Range. This is the foothills of the beautiful Berkshire Mountains bordering NY, MA and CT. The entire area is rich in history and fun with hundreds of attractions less than 45 minutes away. Just a few of the more famous attractions are listed below.
Catamount Adventure Park
The Catamount Adventure Park offers family fun for ages 8 and up. This aerial forest adventure is fun, exciting and safe for all participants. The park offers eight different courses for all abilities. You will develop skills, endurance and confidence during your time in the Park. The Adventure Park Staff has been thoroughly trained to assist everyone using the Park and is there to help. http://www.catamounttrees.com/
Bash Bish Falls
Located In the extreme southwest corner of the Mass. is Bash Bish Falls, one of Massachusetts' most dramatic and its highest single-drop waterfall. Cascading water tumbles through a series of gorges and a hemlock-hardwood ravine forest, and then drops about 60 feet into a sparkling pool below.
FASNY Museum of Firefighting
To really experience 300 years of firefighting history - whether you are a fire buff, family, firefighter or tourist - you'll want to visit the FASNY Museum of Firefighting in person for an experience you'll never forget! http://www.fasnyfiremuseum.com/home.php
Hillrock Estate Distillery
In the early 1800s, New York produced more than half the young nations Barley and Rye and the Hudson Valley was the countrys breadbasket. With abundant high quality grain, local craft spirits flourished and over 1000 farm distilleries produced Whiskey and Gin reflecting the unique terroir of the region. In the 1930s, Prohibition forced these distilleries to shut their doors and this wellspring of American spirits was left dry.
Hillrock Estate Distillery is changing this. Our mission is to produce the finest hand-crafted spirits made with our own grain, floor malted, craft distilled in our copper pot still, aged in fine oak and hand bottled at our estate in the Hudson Valley Highlands. Crowned by a fine 1806 Georgian house built by a successful grain merchant and Revolutionary War Captain and meticulously restored to its original beauty, Hillrock Distillery overlooks our rolling barley fields and the distant Berkshire Mountains. Like our premier spirits, every detail refined, no expense spared, quality steeped in the tradition of 200 years of rich history.