Orange County, N.Y.’s 2019 Travel Guide to Fun and Top Attractions Unveiled

The latest free guide to Orange County’s oldest, newest, and most fun attractions – just an hour from New York City – is available now!

ORANGE COUNTY, N.Y. (May 10, 2019) – Orange County Tourism has unveiled a fun, free, totally revamped, 55-page travel guide, highlighting its multitude of new and famous tourism destinations, as well as suggested itineraries and lodging. It’s the perfect hold-in-your-hand, flip-through-the-pages complement to www.OrangeTourism.org, where travelers can find even more detailed information on the sites they plan to visit. From some of America’s most famous destinations to lesser known gems, it’s a comprehensive guide to unforgettable visitor experiences in Orange County, N.Y.

Follow the exciting new centerfold map to majestic Hudson River views at the newly restored Tower of Victory on the grounds of Washington’s Headquarters State Historic Site. Visit Angry Orchard’s Innovation Cider House where head cider maker, Ryan Burk, featured in the new guide, just may be on hand to explain his latest flavor creations. Of course, Orange County’s renowned attractions: West Point, Woodbury Common Premium Outlets, Storm King Art Center, Bear Mountain State Park, Motorcyclepedia Museum and Brotherhood, America’s Oldest Winery, are prominently displayed. New keys alerting visitors to the unique history and attractions of Orange County’s fascinating cities: Newburgh, Middletown and Port Jervis are also on the map.

The guide is designed to help visitors discover. Find new hiking and biking trails, kayaking and rafting adventures, farmers markets, Christmas tree farms, maple sugaring, and the largest array of craft beverage producers with on-site tasting experiences in the region. It leads to sites where American history was made and continues to unfold. See the works of world-famous contemporary sculptors and Hudson River School artists. Ride a helicopter, a zip line, or a hot air balloon. Pick-your-own fruit or veggies and learn how to prepare them. Find your way to unique treasures to decorate your home or create a budget wardrobe of top designer fashions.

“Presenting such a dynamic, historic, scenic, expansive county exploding with new tourism destinations in a limited number of pages is extremely challenging,” says Orange County Tourism Director, Amanda Dana. “We’ve tried our best to put a fresh spin on all of the incredibly interesting and fun things to do here. We invite everyone to come see for themselves why Orange County is the perfect getaway. We’re betting that families, couples, groups and solo travelers alike will find a need to extend their stays and come back often to fit it all in.”

The new free guide is available for digital download or by request at www.orangetourism.org/travel-guide. Visitors can also pick up a free copy at the Orange County Tourism Visitor Center, located at 99 Main Street, Goshen, N.Y.; Stewart International Airport, Woodbury Common Premium Outlets; New York State Thruway Visitor Centers in the Hudson Valley; and at Orange County lodging properties. E-mail requests may be sent to tourism@orangecountygov.com.

About Orange County Tourism

Orange County Tourism, based in Goshen, N.Y., is the county’s tourism headquarters and a participant in the I LOVE NY program. A comprehensive listing of area attractions, lodging, and events can be found at www.OrangeTourism.org. For a free copy of the Orange County Travel Guide, e-mail tourism@orangecountygov.com or call 845-615-3860.

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