Rhinebeck Country Charm

Upstate adventures are a breath of fresh air especially for those coming from the hustle and bustle of New York City. It is the perfect opportunity to catch your breath and unwind. Let Rhinebeck be that place for you.
Farm to Table

Stop by Hotel Tivoli’s The Corner restaurant

Come hungry! Along Montgomery and East and West Market Streets, you can find restaurants like the Italian-style Pizzeria Posto, local favorite Terrapin, old-style dining at Foster’s Coach House Tavern and innovative eats at Bia Rhinebeck. 

The new Milea Estate Vineyard is an ideal destination for wine-lovers, with unique views and scenic landscapes across the 98-acre property. The Vineyard produces crisp, balanced, approachable wines. Visit the tasting room and see for yourself. 

Stick around on Sunday for the Farmers’ Market that offers a variety of goods from several local farms. 

Not only are there good eats but also good boutique shopping. Stop in at Rhinebeck Department Store, Winter Sun & Summer Moon, Hammertown, Paper Trail or Oblong Books and Music. Warren Kitchen & Cutlery is a one-stop destination for food enthusiasts to purchase the best kitchenware. 

Health and Wellness

Relax at Mirabeau Inn & Spa

Rhinebeck has many opportunities to focus on your health and wellness. After all, you are probably upstate to destress and enjoy time away from routine life. The Omega Institute focuses on connecting with your spiritual side to provide hope and healing for individuals. Izlind also provides a place to engage your body, mind and spirit. The new Mirbeau Inn and Spa offers relaxing massages, organic facials, biotech technology, body treatments, hand and foot therapy and more. The meditation pool and fireplace, oversized whirlpool with a private bar and menu, eucalyptus-infused steam room and Himalayan Salt sauna will surely leave you feeling renewed and rejuvenated. 

Dutchess County Fairgrounds

Dutchess County Fair

The nearby Dutchess County Fairgrounds hosts a variety of events between May and October, like the popular Hudson Valley Wine and Food Festival, where you can celebrate wine and food with wine seminars, cooking demonstrations and live music. Consider one of Rhinebeck’s own events like Porchfest, a day of music and food through the community, or the Sinterklaas Festival, with storytelling, puppetry, a parade and more. 

If you’re visiting in the summer, particularly August, you’ll want to stop by the Dutchess County Fair, a staple event filled with fun and excitement that brings the county together.

Ferncliff Forest
Ferncliff Forest | Ferncliff Forest's fire tower | Photo Courtesy of Fercliff Forest

Or head to the great outdoors if that is your preferred way to relax. Ferncliff Forest provides 200-acres for trekking, mountain biking, skiing and fishing. Climb the fire tower for an unforgettable view, especially at sunset!

For more views of a gorgeous Rhinebeck sunset, sit atop Burger Hill. Other Rhinebeck outdoor attractions include Wilderstein Historic Site, Southlands Foundation and local parks.

EXPLORE RHINEBECK’S PICTURE-PERFECT OUTDOORS!

Enjoy the great outdoors in the Hudson Valley, walking, hiking, biking and camping.

Ferncliff Forest offers 200 acres for skiing and snowshoeing in the winter, and fishing and mountain biking in the summer. Climb the fire tower for unforgettable views.

Poet’s Walk, a quick car ride away from Rhinebeck, celebrates the connection between beautiful landscapes and poetry

Mills Norie State Park, a serene, woodland with glimpses of a nearby river, is the perfect place for camping.

Drayton Grant Park at Burger Hill gives panoramic views of the Berkshires and the Catskills and is ideal for wildlife watching, sledding, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.

Wilderstein Historic Site, located on Morton Road, has beautiful walking trails, perfect for history lovers looking to spend time outside.

Thomas Thompson/Sally Mazzarella Community Park is a perfect spot for children to roam around and enjoy the outdoors.

Brook n Wood Family Campground is the place to stay for a complete outdoor experience. It’s set on 62 lush acres with Dover Kill Creek running through the area.

The Rhinebeck area has everything you need to forget the city and enjoy the crisp upstate air. Whether you visit in the fall, winter, spring or summer, there is something to enjoy in the great outdoors of Rhinebeck. Pack your hiking boots or running shoes and start your adventure today.

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