Stone Ridge, New York

Stone Ridge is a beautiful and magnificent village in Ulster County, New York with a popular of just over a thousand in 2000. Stone Ridge is a community located within the town of Marbletown along US 209 where it overlaps with NY 213. Stone Ridge has a total area of 5.2 square miles with only 0.04 square miles of water.

Stone Ridge is a historic community located within the majestic and breathtaking Shawangunk Mountains. It is bordered by the Catskills and the Hudson River. Just fifteen minutes away is the popular rock climbing destination of the Gunks. Within this community you will find the greatest apples, small fruits and cider in the entire Hudson Valley area, everything comes from local farms and tastes wonderful.

Stone Ridge is a very quiet farming community that also has an urban flair with the Ulster County Community College (SUNY Ulster). Much of this community has been designed as a New York State Historical District due to the over one hundred stone houses that were originally built back in the 18th century. In fact, Davis Tavern is considered to be the oldest town house still standing within New York State. Much of this community’s history has been transformed into a booming bed and breakfast industry that spreads throughout the community.

This community is full of farm stands, nurseries, restaurants, artist studios, gift and antique shops. If you enjoy nature then you can spend your days simply enjoying the beautiful scenery of the Hudson Valley that completely surrounds and envelopes you.