• The O&W Rail Trail

Hurley is a historic Hudson Valley town, home to 6,700 people, situated between the Hudson River and the Catskill Mountains. Some things to do in Hurley include the The O&W Rail Trail which is ideal for walking, biking, skating, running, horseback riding and snowshoeing. Main Street, Old Hurley is a historically-preserved street with stone houses sitting picturesquely next to each other. It became the temporary capital after the burning of Kingston. Stone House Day, the Corn and Craft Festival, the Hurley Heritage Society's walking tours, two antique shops, a shop with garden crafts and the Ulster County Genealogical Society are some of the attractions that draw visitors to this town.