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On the western banks of the glassy Hudson River, Newburgh’s brimming with sights. From sports complexes to recreational hotspots, there’s plenty of chance to get outdoors. If you’re more of a culture vulture, historic sights – think olde-worlde homesteads, memorial sites, and even a castle – are waiting to be explored. Surrounded by leafy countryside, Newburgh’s just a short drive from the tree-shrouded mountainous parks in the Hudson River Valley where you can hike, cycle, and climb to your heart’s content.

Things to see

If you’re an avid motor biker, Newburgh’s bound to be high on your list of places to visit. Orange County Choppers – that infamous custom motorcycle manufacturer known for Discovery Channel’s American Chopper series – is based in Newburgh. You can check out their gleaming shop where you’ll glimpse some of their iconic bikes. You might even catch a cast signing on a daily tour. If you’ve got your own chopper take a ride – or drive if you’re in the car – to Cronomer Hill Park. Climb the tower for wide-reaching views over the red, yellow and orange autumnal trees to the Hudson. If you fancy a hike, trails are nestled between maple, cedar and oak trees. For something completely different, take a boat trip from Newburgh to eerie Bannerman Castle. Tucked on a leafy tree-shrouded island, this mystical stone castle looks like something out of a fairy tale.

Hotels in Newburgh

If you’re looking for hotels in Newburgh, you’ve got plenty to choose from, whether it be a 2-star motel or inn with modern rooms, mod-cons like WiFi, and discount rates – especially when booked in advance – or a comfortable 3-star hotel full of extra perks like fitness suites and a glistening indoor pool. Most of these larger hotels are national brands. To treat yourself to a stay in a homely hotel, check in to a 3-star independently run guest house where you’ll be spoilt to hot homemade breakfasts, gorgeous period décor – think wooden floors and 4-poster beds – and personable service.

Where to stay

If you’re looking for easy access to the main routes around Newburgh, head to one of the many hotels located near Highway 87 or Highway 84. There are lots of hotels near Stewart International Airport, just a 15-minute drive from central Newburgh. Most of these are big chain brands that are easy to spot from the main roads. If you prefer to head away from the highways, you’ll find smaller motels and guesthouses near communities like New Windsor, Cornwall-On-Hudson, and Washingtonville. Here you’ll be surrounded by rolling countryside, forests, and leafy provincial parks, perfect for exploring on foot or by bike.

How to get to Newburgh

Stewart International Airport has flights connections to Detroit, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, and Philadelphia among others. Car rental agencies operate from the airport, or you can grab a cab to travel from the airport to your hotel. There are also rental agencies scattered around Newburgh. If you’re traveling from New York, hop on a Metro-North commuter train to Beacon and take the ferry across the Hudson to Newburgh. Local buses skip around the local area, and between Newburgh and Beacon. Driving from New York takes approximately 1 hour 20 minutes, though the traffic in and out of the city can be hectic, especially at peak times.