Situated on the Hudson River in Westchester County, Ossining is a spirited town with a rich history, stunning natural beauty, and charming homes in a range of architectural stylings. From the bustling Main Street shops and eateries to the peaceful parks strewn throughout town. Ossining is home to a diverse population, brimming with opportunities to sample international cuisine and learn about various cultures.
Just 35 miles from midtown Manhattan, Croton-on-Hudson is an idyllic retreat sitting at the confluence of the Croton and Hudson Rivers. But don’t mistake the country retreat for some sleepy little village, visitors find the 5-square mile town is packed with history, outdoor fun, and plenty of good things to eat.
Peekskill is a charming small city positioned about forty miles north of Manhattan on the east bank of the Hudson River. The community hosts a thriving Downtown district loaded with locally-owned specialty shops, eclectic restaurants, and entertainment venues—Swing by the Peekskill Farmers’ Market at the center of town for the freshest produce and groceries around, grab a drink at the Quiet Man Public House, or catch a show at the Paramount Hudson Valley Theater.