The quaint Town of Dover’s history extends back to 1637, when Pequot Sachem Sassacus purportedly took refuge in the Dover Stone Church – a natural stone cave and stunning rock formation with a waterfall, now a free nature preserve. Stay at Old Drover’s Inn, originally opened in 1750 as a tavern, now a bed and breakfast with a restaurant. Visit area farms, where you can take a one-of-a-kind farm tour at Lucky Orphans Horse Rescue – a horse rescue sanctuary, fill your shopping bag at Brookby Farm with local treats, or learn how maple syrup is made at Soukup Farms.
Thank you for reaching out to Dutchess Tourism, Inc. Due to the volume of inquiries, please allow 48 hours for a response. For immediate assistance, please call our main line at (845) 463-4000.
Don't forget to sign up for our monthly newsletter to receive the latest news, top attractions and upcoming events in Dutchess County. For more travel inspiration, view our digital Destination Guide .