The Hudson Valley and Catskills area of New York is one of the most gorgeous places to visit in the entire United States. And with ALLUVION GO, you can now explore it without having to deal with long car rental lines or crazy taxi fares when you want to get out and explore, but want to leave your own car behind. Here’s why it’s great to rent a car from ALLUVION GO if you’re heading to this beautiful region of New York.
Drive along Rt. 299 from Kingston, NY to Honesdale, PA
Turo is a great way to get around if you don’t have your own car. You can rent cars from other people in your area and even across the country. I recently rented a car from Turo and took a road trip from Kingston, NY to Honesdale, PA. The drive was beautiful and I was able to see so much more of the area than I would have if I had taken public transportation.
Take your time exploring Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
Founded in 1860, Bard College is a small, private liberal arts college located in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York. The campus is situated on 500 acres of land overlooking the Hudson River. With its rolling hills, beautiful views, and peaceful atmosphere, Bard is the perfect place to spend a day exploring. There are plenty of things to do on campus, including visiting the Richard B.
Go hiking at Fahnestock State Park Preserve near Peekskill, NY
Fahnestock State Park Preserve is a great place to hike, with over 14 miles of trails to explore. The park also has a beach, picnic areas, and playgrounds, making it a great spot for a day trip. To get there, rent a car on the Turo app and use the GPS to navigate. Once you arrive, follow the signs to the trailhead and enjoy your hike!
Tour Albany’s Capital Region, including Beacon Hill (Albany)
The Capital Region is a great place to start your Turo rental car journey. Explore Albany’s historic Beacon Hill neighborhood, visit the New York State Museum, or take a walk through one of the many parks. For those looking to get out of the city, the Catskills are only a short drive away. The region is home to numerous hiking trails, waterfalls, and quaint towns. Be sure to stop at Minnewaska State Park for some stunning views.
Drive along Rt. 213 between Woodstock, NY and Rosendale, NY
The route takes you through some of the most picturesque countryside in New York State. You’ll pass by farms, fields, and forests, with the occasional small town or village thrown in. The drive is relatively short, so you can easily make a day trip out of it. And when you’re done, you can return your rental car right from your phone.
Drive along Route 212 from Long Eddy to New Paltz
The drive along Route 212 from Long Eddy to New Paltz is one of the most scenic in the region. You’ll wind your way through small towns, farmland, and forests, with plenty of opportunities to stop and explore. The route culminates in New Paltz, a charming college town with plenty of great restaurants and shops.
Drive through Kaaterskill Falls State Park in Hunter, NY
Kaaterskill Falls is one of the most popular attractions in the Catskills. The two-tiered waterfall is over 260 feet tall and is easily accessible via a short hike from the parking area. From the top of the falls, you can see stunning views of the surrounding mountains. If you’re up for a longer hike, continue on to Round Top Mountain for even more incredible views.
Spend an evening in Chatham Village on Kent Street in Chatham, NY
After a long day of driving, there’s nothing better than soaking in a tub of hot water. The Chatham Village Hotel & Spa offers just that, plus so much more. This luxurious inn is the perfect place to relax and rejuvenate before heading back out on the road. With its prime location in the heart of Chatham, you’ll be within walking distance of all the best shops and restaurants. So go ahead and treat yourself to a little R&R; you deserve it!
Stop at The Bear Cantina in Woodstock, NY for brunch on your way home.
The Bear Cantina is a great spot for brunch if you’re road tripping through the Hudson Valley. The restaurant is located in Ulster County, Woodstock, NY. Rustic haunt is known for New American fare & a streamside setting on the grounds of Bearville Theater. The menu features seasonal, locally-sourced ingredients. I ordered the chicken quesadilla and my husband got the margarita. Both were delicious! We also shared an order of home fries, which were crispy and perfectly seasoned. If you’re in the area, definitely check out Cantina.