Town of Coxsackie, NY
For beautiful river views and exceptional eateries look no further than Coxsackie, NY.
Located along the Hudson River on the east side of Greene County, Coxsackie—pronounced “cook-sock-ee”—features outdoor exploration, spectacular restaurants, and a sense of history. The town’s name is from an Algonquin Indian word meaning “Place of Owls,” or “Cut Rocks,” according to former Coxsackie Historian Margaret A. Chaloner. The first settlement in the town was in West Coxsackie, known then as “the Upper Village,” in the mid-1700s. With Coxsackie’s close proximity to cities like Albany, approximately 30 minutes away, and New York City, just over two hours away, it’s an ideal drive-to destination.
Whether you’re in the mood for a slice of pizza from Paul’s Pizza & Pasta, want to indulge in a seafood dinner at Reds Restaurant—visit in the warmer months to get fried seafood sandwiches from the “Fish Fry Boat” in their parking lot—or grab a sub filled with all of your favorite ingredients at The Yellow Deli, bring your appetite on your visit to Coxsackie, NY. Also, check out Cask and Rasher for a brew and pub fare, and Che Figata for delicious Italian cuisine.
Photo credit: Reds Restaurant
When it comes to area attractions, Coxsackie, NY doesn’t disappoint. Watch a movie under the stars at Hi-Way Drive-In, learn the history of the region at the Bronck Museum, and browse unique pieces at the Coxsackie Antiques Center. Be sure to look for the local Hometown Heroes on display throughout Coxsackie. Discover additional trip ideas to begin planning your getaway.
Take in gorgeous views of the Hudson River at Coxsackie Riverside Park. The park is home to the Coxsackie Farmers Market from May to September, the Music in the Park summer concert series, and the Coxsackie Boat Launch. Check out the Four Mile Point Preserve, which features nature trails and scenic views of the riverfront—ideal for walking, fishing, or picnicking. The nearby Coxsackie Creek Grasslands Preserve boasts 300 acres of protected land with an abundance of bird species. Also, go to nearby Catskill for more riverside exploration.