Esopus Meadows Walk and Wade
Experience the Sites of the Hudson River Valley
Jazz In The Valley
An afternoon of music and art the concert has since grown into an annual festival, showcasing music performed by world-class musicians, fittingly complemented by breathtaking views of the Hudson River Valley as backdrop. Read More
"The New York Campaign"
The year 1776 is often remembered as the year of “The Spirit of 76.” In reality, it was one of the most difficult years this nation ever faced – Washington lost every major battle and nearly two entire states within five months. Soldiers from nearly every state fought desperately, side-by-side in a difficult retreat from the East River to the Delaware River. Join Historian Michael J. F. Sheehan as he explores the exciting and heroic campaign that took place in the Greater New York Area in this illustrated presentation. Read More
Burgoyne's Bridge 5k Family Fun Run/Walk
Enjoy a family-oriented walk/run across the historic Dix Bridge and on park trails along the Hudson River and Champlain Canal. Read More
About the Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area
The Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area was designated by Congress in 1996 and is one of the now forty-nine federally-recognized National Heritage Areas throughout the United States. Through a partnership with the National Park Service, Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area collaborates with residents, government agencies, non-profit groups and private partners to interpret, preserve and celebrate the nationally-significant cultural and natural resources of the Hudson River Valley. In this way, we encourage public stewardship for these resources as well as economic activity at the local and regional level. The Heritage Area is managed by the Hudson River Valley Greenway.