TeamHealth - Mid-Hudson Valley
Mid-Hudson Valley in Brief
The counties of Orange, Ulster and Dutchess are part of the New York metropolitan area, but the pace of life is much more relaxed and conducive to raising a family. Geographically, economically and demographically diverse, the region boasts a mix of urban areas, waterfront cities, rural villages, farmland and forests.
The Mid-Hudson File
- Education. The school districts in the Mid-Hudson Valley are focused on ensuring students are well-prepared for future challenges.
- Real Estate. The Mid-Hudson Valley offers a variety of housing options, from urban and waterfront properties to rural homes near farms and forests.
- Family. The Mid-Hudson Valley is home to countless family-friendly activities and it has a strong emphasis on community.
- Culture. Iconic 19th century mansions, the U.S.'s oldest winery, outlet shopping and the Culinary Institute of America are among the Mid-Hudson Valley’s cultural offerings.
- Recreation. The Mid-Hudson Valley is a recreation paradise, offering everything from canoeing/kayaking, swimming, and fishing to golf, skiing and snowboarding, and hiking.
- Weather. The Mid-Hudson Valley has relatively average temperate summers and winters
Orange County is the only New York county that borders both the Hudson and Delaware rivers.