It takes time to get used to the Hudson Valley, and let's be honest, it's not for everybody. Here are five reasons to never move to the Hudson Valley.

  • 1

    You're Forced To Enjoy Beautiful Views

    People are drawn to the Hudson Valley each year simply based off the views alone. The changing of the seasons here in New York is simply breath-taking. The leaves change amazing colors creating a beautiful picturesque landscape.

  • 2

    You'll Have Trouble Picking a Favorite Beer

    Breweries are popping up all over the Hudson Valley. With places like Newburgh Brewing, Sloop Brewing, Mill House Brewing Company, and Keegan Ales just to name a few, it's safe to say you're going to have trouble picking a favorite beer.

    Angelika Kagan
  • 3

    It's Too Close to NYC

    Since the Hudson Valley is a short train ride from NYC, you'll be able to take day trips to Time Square, or enjoy a number of major league sporting events. You're close enough to enjoy all that the city has to offer, without actually living the city life.

    Marcio Silva
  • 4

    You Might Run Into a Celebrity

    With the Hudson Valley being so beautiful, it attracts many celebrities. Many A-Listers have made the Hudson Valley their home, including James Earl Jones, Robert Deniro, Liam Neeson, and countless others. Who wants to deal with running into famous people?

  • 5

    There's Just Too Much History

    The Hudson Valley is very rich in history. You can visit the home of FDR and walk the grounds many historic mansions along the Hudson River. You can even venture to George Washington's Headquarters. It seems like there is a never ending amount of historical places to visit and explore.