4 Things we Love About Patterson, New York
If you like hiking, eating, antiquing, and skiing, Patterson is the next place to visit.
If you are looking for a great place in the Hudson Valley to spend a day, we think that Patterson should definitely be one of the next places you explore. Patterson is located in Putnam County and according to many, it has a little something for everyone's taste.
Highly Recommended Restaurants in Patterson
You can really tell a lot about a town in the Hudson Valley by their selection of places to grab a meal and from what we've been told by many Patterson has a few must-eat places including, Rocco’s Family Restaurant located at 2908 NY-22, in Patterson. Rocco's is set inside a throwback diner setting and according to Carly, "they have some great menu choices." Another place that was recommended was courtesy of Dawn who texted us about Sauro's Town Square Pizza Cafe located at 1072 NY-311, Patterson, NY. She said great food and for us, we need to try them out ASAP! Any place that shares the same name as our company we have to try at least once.
Many had no idea that during the winter months skiing is possible in Putnam county. Thunder Ridge Ski Area is located at 37 Birch Hill Rd, Patterson, NY, and offers skiers of all levels the chance to ski or snowboard on 22 trails, 3 chairlifts, and 4 magic carpets.
Best Named Antique Store is in Patterson
Fanny Doolittle is far and away one of my favorite store names EVER and if you like antiques of all sizes Fanny's has something for everyone. NOt only do they have antiques but they also offer
"an eclectic shopping experience for all your home decor, chandelier, lamps, clutches, purses, cosmetic jewelry, furniture, and equestrian collectable goods" according to their website. Fanny Doolittle's is located at 1287 NY-311, Patterson, NY.
Parks and Hiking
We heard from Ed a lifelong resident of Patterson and he told us that one of the best hikes in the area is located in Patterson, It's called the Cranberry Mountain Trail, its a 3.50 mile, loop trail with most considering it an easy route that takes most hikers just over an hour and a half to complete according to All Trails.