Rensselaerville, New York

Attractions

The Falls                         The Grist Mill                            The Library

In the charming Town of Rensselaerville you will find:

  • Some of the most beautiful natural landscapes in the Northeast
  • Lovingly preserved 18th and 19th century houses, mills and churches
  • Quiet country roads waiting to be explored by bicycle or car
  • Miles of wooded trails for hiking, x-country skiing and enjoying wildlife
  • Unpolluted streams and lakes for fishing
  • Incredible unobstructed mountain views

We offer some of the best antique buys in the region with over a dozen antique shops. Discover an intact 19th century grist mill. Stroll through a historic village listed on the State and National Registers of Historic Places. Hike the 2000 acre nature preserve complete with waterfall, lake and ten miles of trails. Try your hand a angling in one of serveral State fishing spots along the Catskill and Ten-Mile Creeks. Join us throughout the year for delightful seasonal events, such as a maple sugar festival, garden tour, Founders Day celebration and Town-wide garage sales and barbeques.

There are many more treasures waiting to be discovered along our quiet country roads. So the next time you want a relaxing outing away from the stresses of your hectic modern life...


EN HUYCK PRESERVE & BIOLOGICAL
RESEARCH STATION

Main St.
Rensselaerville
518-797-3440


THE CAREY CONFERENCE CENTER
63 Huyck Road
Rensselaerville, NY 12147
Telephone: 518-797-5100
Toll Free: 800-682-9857
FAX: 518-797-3692
AskUs@RMeetingCenter.com


CONKLING HALL
PO Box 43
Methodist Hill Road.
Rensselaerville
518-797-3949
ConklingHall@earthlink.net


TOWN OF RENSSELAERVILLE LIBRARY
Main St.
Rensselaerville
518-797-3949


THE GRIST MILL MUSEUM
Town of Rensselaerville
Historical Society
Main St. Rensselaerville
Open from Memorial Day to Labor Day from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Wednesdays and from noon to 2 p.m. on Saturdays. For further information, e-mail edhase@aol.com