Seasonal Adventures in the Hudson Valley

The Great Jack O'Lantern Blaze

Meander through an 18th-century landscape and discover a breathtaking display of more than 7,000 illuminated jack o’ lanterns—all designed and hand-carved on site by our team of artisans. New for 2020, a fire truck—making a special rescue—and witches stirring up a spell.

Dr. Davie's Farm

"As American as Apple Pie." Family Run Since 1891. Apple picking, farm stand, hay rides, pumpkin picking and more! If you want to have a great time with your family, come on down to Dr. Davies Farm!  With over 4,000 trees and 20 different varieties of apples on over 55 acres, this is the place to go.  Picking poles are available to rent for those nice apples that are just to high to reach.

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Headless Horseman Hayrides

The Headless Horseman Hayride and Haunted Houses (also known as H5) is an outdoor haunted attraction in the Hudson Valley area of New York. It is located in Ulster Park, about 6 miles from Kingston, New York. This haunted attraction covers 45 acres and includes a hay ride, corn maze, and eight haunted houses.


Fall Foliage Peak Map

The Hudson Valley has some great vistas to view fall leaves.  The major factors that determine the fall foliage peak are sunlight, precipitation, soil moisture and temperature.  In the Hudson Valley, the week of Oct. 19 — give or take a few days — looks good for a trip into the great outdoors. Leaves will likely be turning colors earlier depending on weather conditions.

Sleepy Hollow Cemetery Tours

Sleepy Hollow Cemetery is an historical, yet active cemetery. Famous burials include Washington Irving, Elizabeth Arden, Andrew Carnegie, and Walter Chrysler. We're often confused with the adjacent Old Dutch Church.