All there is to experience in: Pine Plains

A town that exemplifies the best of small-town America, Pine Plains’ namesake are its many pine trees. Rumored to have been a stop on the Underground Railroad, the location of a bootlegging and distilling operation during Prohibition, and home to unique natural attractions like Stissing Mountain and Thompson Pond – this country town is anything but ordinary. Stay at the cozy Inn at Pine Plains and check out unique places like Gallery & Goods, and Hammertown Barn for one-of-a-kind gifts. Stissing House, an historic 1782 tavern is one of the country’s oldest and longest operating restaurants and offers farm-fresh Provence-inspired cuisine using local ingredients. Visit the recently renovated and restored Stissing Center for great entertainment.



Gallery and Goods

An evolving selection of locally sourced, nature inspired art and handmade home goods housed in a restored...

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Hammertown Barn

Antiques, Mitchell Gold-Bob Williams furniture, lighting, rugs, decor items, book & gifts. Second...

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LaFayetteville MUA

Multiple Use Area - 718 Acres | Correspondence address and phone: Stony Kill Farm - NYSDEC, Bureau of...

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Mashomack Polo Club

Located on a 2,000-acre preserve, the Mashomack Polo Club is a full service club for polo players of...

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Pine Plains Equestrian Center

Beautiful equestrian center offering boarding and lessons in show-jumping, dressage and cross-country to...

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Roeliff Jansen Kill MUA

Multiple Use Area - 125 /- Acres | Correspondence address and phone : Stony Kill Farm - NYSDEC Bureau...

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The Stissing Center

Originally constructed in 1915, this non-profit performance venue in Pine Plains is a hub of the regional...

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