Millerton is, indeed, fun, quirky, artistically-inclined, walkable, and delightful.
Connected by Route 44, these three communities offer farm-to-table delicacies, unique shopping opportunities, and indie theaters to rival what you might find in a big city—without any traffic jams.
Looking for the best hiking trails in Millerton? Whether you’re getting ready to hike, bike, trail run, or explore other outdoor activities, AllTrails has 4 scenic trails in the Millerton area
The Harlem Valley Rail Trail is a center point for the village, 15 paved miles of former railbed that cut through stunning, rural Dutchess County landscapes you can see on foot or bike.
Wedged along the borders of Connecticut and Massachusetts in northern Dutchess County, Millerton used to fly under the radar.
From farms, to wineries, to antique stores and beyond. I recently had the pleasure of spending a long weekend in Millerton, NY (and a few of its neighboring towns).
Millerton, called one of the “10 coolest towns in America” by Arthur Frommer’s Budget Travel, is just two hours north of New York City and is nestled in a perfect location between many foothills.
Spring is right around the corner, we can feel it! It’s the perfect time to plan your next day trip…and we’re here to recommend popping over the CT border to Millerton, NY.
Book these experiences to see what the area has to offer.
Looking for all the amazing things to do in Millerton, New York? This Hudson Valley getaway is set on the Taconic Ridge along the New York/Connecticut border, not far from Salisbury and the Taconic State Park.
Address5933 N Elm AvenueMillerton, NY 12546, USAPhone: 518 789 email@example.com
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