Fun On The Hudson River

Dated: July 18 2013

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There is a lot to do this weekend while enjoying the Hudson River.  My husband and I recently took, what I call a hike, along the Hudson River. We started in Dutchtown, which is off of Route 9W in Haverstraw, went along the Hudson, ended just short of Nyack Beach, then headed back.  It was about 7-8 miles which is why I am calling it a hike!  Although it is brutally hot out, the trail is covered by shade, and at times you actually feel a breeze come off of the Hudson.  If you want to be out on the Hudson and don't have a boat, you can kayak.  You can gain access to the Hudson River in Nyack and in Haverstraw. To end your Hudson River adventure you can dine on the Hudson, with lots of places to chose from.  Waterfront or close to the water restaurants in Haverstraw,Stony Point, Nyack and Piermont, Take advantage of what Rockland County has to offer, you won't be sorry you did!

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Kacy Coyle Dow

Growing up in Rockland County and being a 3rd generation realtor, it was important for me to continue the "Coyle & Coyle" family tradition of real estate. I understand the importance of professionali....

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