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Nearby Poughkeepsie is the end of the line for Metro-North Rail.  Poughkeepsie is a 15-20 minute drive east of New Paltz.  Taxis are available in Poughkeepsie to transport travelers to and from New Paltz.  Riding on Metro-North out of the Poughkeepsie Station is clean, safe and reliable.  Trains run from very early in the morning until late into the evening.  Fares can run as low as $12.75 each way.
 
Nearby Poughkeepsie is the end of the line for Metro-North Rail.  Poughkeepsie is a 15-20 minute drive east of New Paltz.  Taxis are available in Poughkeepsie to transport travelers to and from New Paltz.  Riding on Metro-North out of the Poughkeepsie Station is clean, safe and reliable.  Trains run from very early in the morning until late into the evening.  Fares can run as low as $12.75 each way.
 
  
 
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Several bars on lower Main street with students and bohemians.
 
Several bars on lower Main street with students and bohemians.
 
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*[http://www.newpaltzchamber.org New Paltz Regional Chamber of Commerce] visitor information, lodging availability and attractions
 
*[http://www.newpaltz.org New Paltz Community Information]
 
*[http://www.villageofnewpaltz.org Village of New Paltz Government]
 
*[http://www.hhs-newpaltz.org Huguenot Historical Society] documents the history of New Paltz with a focus on the Huguenot refugees and their descendants
 
*[http://elting.newpaltz.lib.ny.us/ Elting Library] contains a special local history collection
 
*[http://www.hrvh.org/collections/inst-intro.htm?inst=20 Elting Memorial Library Digital Collections]
 
*[http://mohonkimages.com/ G. Steve Jordan Nature Photography]
 
*[http://www.newpaltz.edu State University of New York at New Paltz]
 
*[http://www.mohonk.com Mohonk Mountain House]
 
 
  
  
 
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Revision as of 08:05, 18 June 2007

New Paltz is a city in New York State.

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Get in

Location: New Paltz is exit 18 on the New York State Thruway which is also designated as Interstate 87.

Bus Service: There is frequent bus service between The Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York City and New Paltz with connections to many other villages and cities.

Air Travel: Stewart International Airport is the nearest major airport to New Paltz. It is located in Newburgh, thirty minutes to the south.

The Wallkill Valley Rail Trail [1] is on the bed of the Wallkill Valley Rail transport, the former main transportation link for New Paltz.

Rail Travel to New York City: Nearby Poughkeepsie is the end of the line for Metro-North Rail. Poughkeepsie is a 15-20 minute drive east of New Paltz. Taxis are available in Poughkeepsie to transport travelers to and from New Paltz. Riding on Metro-North out of the Poughkeepsie Station is clean, safe and reliable. Trains run from very early in the morning until late into the evening. Fares can run as low as $12.75 each way.

Get around

Walk or drive.

See

Huguenot Street. Oldest Street in American with its original houses.

Mohonk Mountain House. National Historic Site.

State University of New York at New Paltz.

Do

Climb rocks on Shawangunk Ridge.

Buy

Eat

Gilded Otter. Several other restaurants on lower Main Street.

Drink

A lot.

Sleep

Cozy beds and breakfasts. Youth hostel next to bus station on Main street. Cheap motels.

Get out

Several bars on lower Main street with students and bohemians.


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