Discover the best top things to do in Wallkill, United States including Angry Orchard, DM Weil Gallery, Miracles Day Spa, Tuthilltown Spirits, Minnewaska State Park Preserve, Motorcyclepedia Museum, Sam's Point Preserve, Hurd's Family Farm, Thomas Bull Memorial Park, Shawangunk Grasslands National Wildlife Refuge.
Restaurants in Wallkill
4.5 based on 108 reviews
Angry orchard has a nice ambiance for families, friends and couples. The grounds are fairly large but they do not maximize their space. The layout in the main cider house is poorly used especially when crowded. Went on a weekend and it was crowded most of the time was spent on lines. There on two food trucks during the weekends which serve burgers,hot dogs, quesadillas and chicken tenders, fries. Spent 30 mins on line for the food truck. There is another line for cider donuts freshly made in front of you. The pros is that you get a free flight of ciders. The cons you can only get one cup of cider at the bar in a small cup. Cider prices varies from $5-$9. The growlers which are a hit but cant be consumed on the premises are $19. The garden which is by the tree house is 21 & older no small children allowed. There is only one large fire pit and about 10-12 picnic tables outdoors. Would visit again in the spring or summer time. It was definitely a chilly day when I went.
5 based on 186 reviews
Available to view Mon - Fri by appointment. Please call the gallery. At over 3,000 square feet, DM Weil Gallery may be one of the largest modern art galleries in New York's Hudson Valley. Just a short drive from the center of picturesque New Paltz, DM Weil Gallery offers the look and vibe of an exclusive Soho style exhibition space, but with the majestic Shawangunk mountains as a backdrop. The eye-popping abstract creations of acclaimed painter DM Weil -- has been praised by critics and collectors alike, the gallery's mission statement remains, "Why Can't Fine Art Be Fun?".
My girlfriend and I drove up to New Paltz for the weekend and spent Saturday hiking. Sunday, we explored the town for a while and decided to head up to this gallery as it was so highly rated on TripAdvisor. I can assure you that it is all that its hyped up to be and more. The moment we stepped into the facility, we were floored by all the prints and how knowledgeable and hospitable Ken was (DM Weil's partner). We ended up spending just under an hour looking through the beautiful gallery and we would've stayed longer if we hadn't had time constraints. Afterwards, we got an amazing deal on some prints and we were very happy with our experience. I would recommend to anyone with an interest in art! (It was also remarkably cool and well-kept and we were offered beverages and snacks which was a very nice change from the 90 degree and humid weather!)
5 based on 11 reviews
A natural skin care day spa offering massage therapy,facials, body treatments utilizing only natural skin friendly natureceuticals products. All our therapists/estheticians are New York State licensed professionals with decades of experience and understanding. Our spa is nestled within the 597 acres Shawangunk Grasslands Wildlife Refuge with views over rolling horse pastures.
I do not usually review businesses online, however, Miracles Day Spa deserves a glowing recommendation. I have been to Miracles Day Spa multiple times and have experienced a variety of therapies they offer there including massage, facials, and body treatments. Every time I go I am greeted with kindness and respect, and years of expertise. I give this spa five stars because I always feel rested, pampered, and relaxed every time I leave this spa. I highly recommend Miracles Day Spa to everyone!
4.5 based on 127 reviews
Tuthilltown Spirits Farm Distillery is New York’s first whiskey distillery since prohibition, distilling some of America’s most prized spirits here in the Hudson Valley. oday, Tuthilltown Spirits distills Indigenous Vodka from apples grown at orchards less than five miles away and the highly awarded Hudson Whiskey line, using grain harvested by farmers less than ten miles away. The Visitor Center offers guests the opportunity to taste the collection of whiskeys, vodkas, gins, liqueurs, and other unique, handmade spirits. Tours illustrate how Tuthilltown’s spirits are made by hand, one batch at a time. Guests are encouraged to stay for the day and enjoy the family-friendly environment. The onsite restaurant, Tuthill House at the Mill, serves Seasonal, New American cuisine and spectacular cocktails in the historic 1788 gristmill. The menu is inspired by modern American cooking, showcasing fresh, local artisan products and ingredients of the Hudson Valley.
Lion - our guide was absolutely fantastic! He was knowledgeable, entertaining and engaging. Well worth paying to get a tour and tasting, seeing and better understanding the end to end process, and learning the fascinating story behind Tuthilltown Spirits.
Tours start every hour so I assumed it would all be done in under an hour so booked in for lunch right next door. Next time I'd allow another 15 minutes to properly enjoy the tasting and purchase selection.
A great outdoor area, plenty of parking, and of course the restaurant right next door.
5 based on 443 reviews
Formerly the grounds of a hotel, this park offers stunning vistas and uncrowded trails.
Took the pup on a great hike on the Minnewaska lake trail. It's a nice trail, a bit crowded, but with super friendly people, dog friendly, and nice easy elevation. If you're looking for a strenuous hike, this is not it, but there's plenty of trails that may have a more hefty hike feel.
5 based on 126 reviews
We went here with friends from France who ride and have motorcycles. My husband and I only have a passing interest in such. However, we were really impressed with the extensive display of so many fantastic motorcycles. Our more experienced friends were totally wowed. There is interesting history here as well. Staff is really nice and helpful. Highly recommend!
5 based on 98 reviews
We enjoyed a pleasant short hike up to Sam's Point and hope someday to return to do the complete loop.
3.5 based on 19 reviews
We are a 7th generation family run pick your own apple farm. There are lots of activities for kids of all ages including a bouncy pillow, cow train, corn maze, hayride, apple launcher, playground, and so much more. Adults will love to explore the many nature trails on our 120 acre apple farm. Families can easily spend an entire day making memories while picking apples and pumpkins. We have a farm to table cafe that makes cider donuts daily. Everything the cafe makes has our home grown apples in it as well as other seasonal produce from our garden. The Dutch Barn Market is filled with lots of local NY Hudson Valley treats including honey, syrup, jams, our apple sauce and apple butter. Have a Birthday Party, School Field Trip, or large group outing at our farm with a beautiful views of Mohonk Mountain.
I have been coming here for years since we are lucky to live a few miles down the road.
It is a big, beautiful orchard with lots of apples, couple of pumpkins....but little else.
I used to love coming a bunch of times every Fall to enjoy this local gem. Well....that local gem has become way too commercialized and eveything is a cost.
What was once an open orchard, now feels like a prison with all the fences...boo to that!
They have some things for the kiddos (little play area...nothing they should charge for!) a slide, big trampoline, couple animals, and hayrides...you need a wristband and it costs $15!! Really??? Just charge a couple more bucks per bag of apples and people will feel less ripped off from the experience.
4.5 based on 34 reviews
What a nice park, there is a really nice golf course, a dog park, and fishing pond. The Orange County Arboretum is part of this property. There is a play groung for the children and a chalet to enjoy after golf. There is even a sleigh riding, tubing hill to enjoy. A great county park.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
I usually go during the winter or colder weather. I have better luck than. My trip this morning yielded only a few bird sightings and several deer sightings. At 7 AM the sunrise was beautiful and the air crisp. I could hear birds in the distance and saw a few Canadian Geese flying overhead.
I do recommend this location but check recent sightings. I also liked the new ramp and observation deck.
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