Promenade Hill Park
Walk to the end of Warren Street, toward the river, and climb up steps that lead to a wonderful and restful little park overlooking the Hudson. A few park benches. Great for viewing the sunset, or any time of day.
At the foot of Warren Street at Front Street, walk up the stairs to the very first park in the nation dedicated purely for its vista. The park needs a facelift (and one is coming), but you'll come back again and again, for the view.
Walk the mile down Warren Street enjoying the ambiance and end with a majestic view of the Hudson River.
Small park and playground perfect for watching the sunset over the Catskills!
At the foot of Warren Street at Front Street, walk up the stairs and find the very first park dedicated for its vistas. The park needs a facelift, but you'll come back again and again, for the view.
“An old-fashioned candy store, making homemade chocolates and other confections. Family run. Like stepping back in time. Worth going just to look in the displays and breathe chocolate. Also great and unique for gifts...if you can keep your hands off the chocolate yourself!”
“The Greenport conservancy is 7 miles of well maintained hiking trails along the river. Mostly flat and surrounded by fields its the perfect place for walking, running and biking with mountain views.”
Sporting Goods Shop
“Rent bikes, buy gear: skateboards, bikes, skis. Clothes, sneakers. Family owned and operated. Very knowledgable and nice people.”
“Low key, pleasant stop for a burger or bowl of soup (the tortilla soup is quite good). Part of the Paul Newman film , “Nobody’s Fool” was shot here (before the current owners restored the building). Seventh Street between Warren and Union streets.”
“The industrial chic taproom is a welcoming place to hang out with friends and make some new ones. Local beer, local distilled drinks, craft cocktails, and local wine. in a laid-back vibe. Takeout available.”