All There is to Experience in: East Fishkill and Hopewell Junction and Stormville

The Town of East Fishkill’s hamlet of Hopewell Junction takes its name from the junction of the historic Newburgh, Dutchess and Connecticut railroad line with the New York and New England line. Hopewell Depot, the last surviving structure of a once thriving rail yard, now anchors the William R. Steinhaus Dutchess Rail Trail – an over 13-mile shared use path and linear park. Spend a day at 100-year-old Fishkill Farms, where you can pick-your-own or choose treats from the Farm Store. Grab some lunch at their Outdoor Grill or sample their Treasury Cider made on-site, all while enjoying beautiful orchard and mountain views. If you’re hunting for treasure, don’t miss the Stormville Airport Flea Market with nearly 600 vendors selling everything from antiques, collectibles, arts and crafts to new merchandise.