Pine Bush House - Pine Bush, New York, 12566, United States

Things to do!

We are located at 215 Maple Avenue in the hamlet of Pine Bush, NY. We are walking distance to shops and restaurants, and a short drive to the picturesque Shawangunk mountains. Rejuvenating activities include hiking, world famous cliff-climbing, hang-gliding, horseback riding, biking, and golfing. Also, we are close to local wineries, the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail, local farmer's market, antique shops, and auctions. We will gladly provide you with brochures of local attractions and businesses in our area.

Horse Back Riding- Juckas Stables, Inc

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Established in 1965, Juckas Stables is a friendly, family-owned and operated business. Here at Juckas Stables we have 117 acres of trails winding through the breathtaking Hudson Valley countryside. Our variety of barnyard animals are sure to delight you and your children. The horses are also a part of the friendly atmosphere. You will find them gentle, responsive, and well kept.

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World Famous Cliff Climbing

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Lying to the west of New Paltz are the mountains and cliff faces of the Shawangunks, affectionately known as "The Gunks." From every point in New Paltz and the surrounding area The Gunks loom up as a massive backdrop.

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Wineries- Shawangunk

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Nestled between the famous Shawangunk Mountains and the majestic Hudson River. The Trail is just 85 miles north of New York City. The Trail is composed of eleven family owned wineries from New Paltz in Ulster County to Warwick, in Orange County

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Baldwin Vineyards

Magnanini Farm Winery

Local Farmers Markets

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You'll Find the Pine Bush Farmers Market just behind the Crawford Cultural Center at the corner of Main and New Streets in the heart of Pine Bush, Each and every Saturday, 9am to 1:30pm, from May 19th through October 20th, rain of shine.   

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Hiking - Mohonk Reserve

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The mission of the Mohonk Preserve is to protect the Shawangunk Mountains of New York by inspiring people to care for, enjoy, and explore the natural world. By both protecting fragile natural systems and allowing access to the land, the Preserve serves as a model for conservation in a region where many people seek outdoor experiences.

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A Large Ever-Changing Selection of Quality 18th & 19th Century Furnishings and Accessories!

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Mark Vail holds a MFA (ceramics) from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University and a BFA from West Virginia University. He provided his professional services to Sleepy Hollow Restoration for four years. Mark was a licensed and bonded auctioneer in West Virginia (1975-76) and licensed and bonded in New York City (1991-94). Mark is the sole owner of Mark Vail Auction Company which was established in 1987. He is an active member of the National Auctioneers Association and the New York Auctioneers Association. Having more than thirty five years experience, Mark offers professional, courteous service.\

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The Town of Pine Bush

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The Town of Crawford was incorporated in 1823. However, its development had its beginnings well before that year. It made significant progress since its early days. When started as an inland, wooded and rocky area grew slowly at first. Many old maps have various names for the area we know today as Crawford. Crawford was originally part of the Town of Montgomery, as the Montgomery town records from approximately 1768 through 1777 show.

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Hang Gliding

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For more information, and to choose a company that can help you make your hang gliding dreams come true,  

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Pine Bush House
215 Maple Avenue
Pine Bush, New York, 12566, United States
Call: (845) 744-3641


Relaxation done right...

For those seeking tranquility and restoration...welcome to Pine Bush House Bed & Breakfast, a charming and romantic Victorian home built in 1904. The Inn's quiet elegance has long made it a favorite for honeymoons, anniversaries, and other special getaways. One of the many ways in which we provide exemplary service to our guests is by anticipating their every need. In some cases, that need comes in the form of a request for a "permanent vacation." When this happens, generally we hear a long, contented sigh, followed by an "I wish I never had to leave." That's when we know our remarkable "white glove treatment" has worked it's magic.