In less than one hour, you can drive from New York City and arrive in a part of the Hudson Valley region that has great shopping, American historic sites, parks with amazing views of the Hudson River and the Ramapo Mountains, and delicious local cuisine.
The history of Rockland County began centuries ago, with the Native Americans who first settled here. Since then, it has welcomed settlers from around the world who infuse this region with multicultural influences in art, cuisine, language, and religion. Take a walk through our small towns, like Haverstraw, Nyack, Pearl River, Piermont, Spring Valley, and stop to shop or dine. With its close proximity to New York City, Rockland County offers a wealth of attractions, and has more parkland and hiking trails than any other community in New York State.
Federally designated as a Preserve America Community with more than 1,000 acres of preserved parkland, Rockland is a unique mix of bucolic Hudson River villages and mountain vistas, hiking trails, active farmland, sophisticated entertainment, fine dining, and Broadway-class theaters.
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