Spring-on-Hudson, on the banks of New York's Hudson River in Putnam County,
has been welcoming visitors since the 1770s. That's when local legend says
that George Washington enjoyed a drink from our "cold spring." The name fit,
and a tradition of hospitality was born.
visitors continue to find relaxation. Just one hour and 100 years from New
York City, Cold Spring and neighboring Garrison are havens from the hustle
and bustle of everyday life.
Our landmark Main Street district is lined with 19th
Century storefronts made for leisurely shopping and strolling.
Antiques shops are filled to the brim with antiques and collectibles. Unique specialty shops
showcase whimsical gifts, colorful home accessories and stylish clothing and
jewelry. Or browse galleries and gardens, tour museums, see a play or take
in a concert. Soak up the sun in our riverfront parks, then watch it set
behind West Point and Storm King Mountain.
Perhaps you prefer hiking, biking, boating and
kayaking. Or maybe golf is your game. The scenic Hudson River, our extensive
parkland and craggy Highlands countryside offer world-class recreation
If dining is your pleasure, our many restaurants and
eateries have treats in store. Your choices range from great burgers, pizza
and ice cream to regional French, Italian, Mexican and New American cuisine.
Several charming Bed & Breakfast inns offer lodging for mid-week getaways or
restorative long weekends.
Whether you seek an entertaining day-trip, a romantic
getaway or a country home for an inspiring exploration of the Hudson Valley,
we look forward to sharing our village with you. We hope to welcome you
again and again.