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Spotlight On Cold Spring, NY: 10 Things To Do And See

Fall Foliage in Cold Spring, NY - 09 | © dwciii/Flickr
Fall Foliage in Cold Spring, NY - 09 | © dwciii/Flickr
Tucked between mountains on the shore of the Hudson River, the small town of Cold Spring waits for curious New Yorkers to arrive on a Metro-North train and explore. Antique shops, art galleries, and welcoming eateries garnish the main street, and stunning hiking trails are just nearby. We profile ten reasons to visit this quaint village that will make you want to hop on the next train to Poughkeepsie.

Little Stony Point

Hiking Trail, Park
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Cold Spring NY | © j4nbrajer/Flickr
If you’re interested in hiking but not ready to invest hours of your day on the trail, Little Stony Point is the perfect spot for you. This woodsy peninsula offers views of the Hudson, nearby towns, and a few little beaches. Little Stony Point is also accessible by walking down Fair Street.
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Cathryn's Tuscan Grill

Restaurant, Italian
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Mmm... meatballs | © jeffreyw/Flickr
For Italian food lovers and brunch fanatics, Cathryn’s Tuscan Grill is the place to be. Though this spot is a little pricier, their authentic food and wine options are worth it. Try their squid ink linguine with shrimp, or rigatoni in brandied cream sauce, and dine in the garden when the weather is nice.
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Cupoccino Café

Sandwich Shop, Coffee Shop, Pastry Shop, Tea
If you’re getting off the train and need of a pick-me-up, head to Cupoccino Café. This spot is Cold Spring’s best coffee shop, with excellent breakfast sandwiches and pastries. Look out for the mural of the Hudson on their wall, and come back for local homemade ice cream after dinner.
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West Point Foundry Preserve

Hiking Trail, Park, Train Station
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Intricate Lattice
Intricate Lattice | © Vadim Kurland/Flickr
West Point Foundry Preserve holds a lot of Cold Spring’s history. At the height of the Industrial Revolution, the West Point Foundry produced steam engines, ships, and artillery. Now, right off the train station platform, the Preserve is the starting point for several scenic hiking trails where you can explore historical points of interest.
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Silver Spoon Café

Diner, Restaurant with Rooms, Vegan, Fast Food
Silver Spoon Café is the perfect casual spot for lunch or dinner. This casual but classy dining spot does not disappoint on flavor or quality. All of their ingredients are locally-sourced, and they have vegan and gluten-free options on their menu. Try the lobster mac and cheese with truffle oil if you want your mind to be blown.
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Waterfront

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The waterfront at Cold Spring is another beautiful must-see spot. On the other side of the train tracks, the marina has wide views of the Hudson and surrounding mountains.
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