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New York - New Jersey State Line
At this point, US Highway 9W crosses the New Jersey-New York state line and becomes Highland Avenue in the community of Palisades, town of Orangetown, Rockland County, New York.
0.9
1.4
197 ft.
Palisades, NY
Community of Palisades, town of Orangetown, Rockland County, New York. Places of interest include the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, 157 acres, research unit of Columbia University that focuses on environmental issues, established in 1949; historic sites and homes like the Big House (1735), Little House (1824), Closter Road-Oak tree Road Historic District, Neiderhurst (1872-1874), Cliffside (or H.E. Lawrence Estate).
2.0
3.2
138 ft.
State Park
Tallman Mountain State Park, town of Orangetown, Rockland County, New York, overlooks the Hudson River and Piermont Marsh (which is part of the Hudson River Estuarine Research Reserve), swimming pool, jogging track, picnic sites, walking trail, tennis courts,hiking, cross-country skiing. Tel.(845) 359-054.
2.4
3.9
16 ft.
Historic Bridges
Historic Rockland Road Bridge, stone and brick arch bridge in Piermont, Rockland County, New York; constructed in 1874 and extends over Sparkill Creek. Sparkill Creek Drawbridge, a Pratt Pony Truss drawbridge, built in 1880, single-leaf movable metal bridge, also spanning Sparkill Creek.
3.2
5.2
223 ft.
Piermont, NY
Community of Piermont, town of Orangetown, Rockland County, New York. Historic Piermont Railroad Station, on Ash Street, built in 1873, Victorian-style structure, abandoned in the 1970s due to railroad consolidation. Piermont hand-cranked drawbridge, originally built in 1880, used by pedestrians to go to Tallman Mountain State Park.
5.2
8.3
246 ft.
Grand View-on-Hudson, NY
Community of Grand View-on-Hudson (or Grand View), Rockland County, New York, on the west bank of the Hudson River. Scenic views of the Hudson River, Clausland Mountain, and the Palisades can be seen from Grand View.
6.0
9.6
85 ft.
Junction: US Interstate Highway 287 & 87
Junction of US Highway 9W & US Interstate Highway 287 & 87 (New York State Thruway). To the west, to the community of West Nyack, town of Orangetown, Rockland County, New York. To the east, US Interstate 287/87 crosses the Tappan Zee Bridge to the community of Elmsflord, town of Greenburgh, Westchester County, New York.
6.2
10.0
95 ft.
South Nyack, NY
Community of South Nyack, town of Orangetown, Rockland County, New York. Places of interest: Carson McCullers House (1880), Ross-Hand Manion (1860), St. Paul's United Methodist Church (1894).
7.0
11.3
200 ft.
Nyack, NY
Community of Nyack, towns of Orangetown and Clarkstown, Rockland County, New York. Historic Tappan Zee Playhouse, built in 1911 as the Broadway Theatre. Junction of US Highway 9W and New York State Highway 59; west to the community of West Nyack, town of Clarkstown, Rockland County, New York.
8.3
13.3
282 ft.
Upper Nyack, NY
Community of Upper Nyack, town of Clarkstown, Rockland County, New York. Historic sites include the First Methodist Episcopal Church of Nyack (or Old Stone Church), Upper Nyack Firehouse, Van Houten's Landing Historic District (shipyard). Nyack Beach can be accessed from Old Mountain Rd N, right on N Broadway Avenue.
9.8
15.7
167 ft.
State Parks/Lakes
Take Lake Road, then Rockland Lake Rd to Hook Mountain State Park (excellent hawk-watching site), Rockland Lake State Park (has a huge swimming pool (24,140 sq ft, kiddie pool, picnic tables, grills, boat rentals, bicycle rentals, hiking trails, tennis courts, golf courses; fishing in Rockland Lake. Rockland Lake Executive Golf Course, at the southern portion of Rockland Lake State Park, 18 holes, public golf course.
11.4
18.3
148 ft.
Golf Course/Lake
Rockland Lake Championship Golf Course, Congers, New York; 18-holes, par 72, opened in 1969.; Tel. (845) 268-6250. Swartfront Lake can be accessed from Lake Road E, then Trevor Lake Drive.
12.8
20.6
259 ft.
Junction: New York State Highgway 303
Junction of New York State Highway 9W & New York State Highway 303 (northern terminus). To the north, to Congers Lake and the community of Valley Cottage, town of Clarkstown, Rockland County, New York.
13.4
21.5
246 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 304
New York State Highway 304 ends at its junction with New York State Highway 9W. The community of New City, town of Clarkstown, Rockland County, New York, to the south.
14.3
23.0
171 ft.
State Park/Golf Club
High Tor State Park, town of Clarkstown, Rockland County, New York. Access is from Country Road 90/S Mountain Road, off New York State Highway 9W. Dellwood Country Club, founded in 1948, private country club, 18 hole golf course, 12 tennis courts, Olympic-size swimming pool.
15.5
24.9
98 ft.
Haverstraw, NY
Community of Haverstraw, Rockland County, New York. The Treason House (where Benedict Arnold and Maj. John Andre, a British spy, met on Sept. 21, 1780) is located in Haverstraw. Historic sites: The Homestead (19th century)on Hudson Avenue, Haverstraw King's Daughters Public Library on Main and Allison Streets. Bowline Point Town Park on the Hudson River, has an Olympic-size pool, toddler pool, playground, water slides, tennis/volleyball courts, fishing, picnic tables/grills, covered pavilion/gazebo for parties (which require permits).
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25.5
108 ft.
Junction: US Highway 202
Junction of US Highway 9W and US Highway 202. To the north, US Highway 202 overlaps US Highway 9W and turns on Bear Mountain Bridge Road and merges with US Highway 6. To the west, this highway goes to the community of Garnerville, town of Haverstraw, Rockland County, New York.
17.0
27.3
108 ft.
West Haverstraw, NY
Communities of West Haverstraw and Thiells, town of Haverstraw, Rockland County, New York. Landmarks include the Fraser-Hoyer House and Henry M. Peck House (1865); Babe Ruth Field on Railroad Ave.; Bowline Point Town Park, on MacKenzie Avenue, a park on a peninsula, in the Hudson River.
18.5
29.7
112 ft.
Stony Point, NY
Community of Stony Point, Rockland County, New York; home to the 316.7 acre Boy Scout Camp called Camp Bullova. Places of interest: MV Commander, a historic motor vessel, wooden 275 passenger excursion boat constructed in 1917; William H. Rose House, on Tomkins Avenue (19th century).
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31.2
108 ft.
Historic Site
Stony Point State Park, site of the Battle of Stony Point in 1779. The Stony Point Lighthouse, built in 1826, is also located here; oldest lighthouse on the Hudson River. There is also a museum which features exhibits about the battle and the lighthouse. Tel. (845) 786-2521.
20.5
33.0
174 ft.
Tomkins Cove, NY
Community of Tompkins Cove, town of Stony Point, Rockland County, New York. Notable areas are Buckberg Mountain, a hill above the Hudson River; site of Washington's Lookout, an observation point used by Gen. George Washinton and Col. 'Mad' Anthony Wayne in planning the Battle of Stony Point. Buckberg Mountain can be accessed from Mott Farm Road. Tomkins Lake can be reached from Mott Farm Road, turn on Hillside Drive, then Lakevew Drive.
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35.5
16 ft.
Dunderberg Mountain, NY
Dunderberg Mountain (Dutch word for thunder mountain), within the Bear Mountain State Park, at the so-called southern gate of the Hudson Highlands, altitude is 1,086 feet.
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40.5
16 ft.
Iona Island, NY
Iona Island, a 556-acre bedrock island, part of the Bear Mountain State Park; serves as a bird sanctuary; accessible to the public through a causeway from US Highway 9W, near Doodletown. The southern part of the island is called Round Island; Courtland Island is on the west side.
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42.2
118 ft.
State Park

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42.8
180 ft.
Junction; US Highway 6
Intersection of US Highway 9W with US Highway 6, which overlaps US Highway 202 to the west on Bear Mountain Bridge Road and passes Anthony's Nose, a mountain peak along the Hudson River, north of Westchester County, New York. To the east, US Highway 6 traverses the Harriman State Park.
27.0
43.4
3 ft.
Bridge
Popolopen Creek Bridge, a deck truss bridge spanning Popolopen Creek, in West Point, Orange County, New York, built in 1937.
27.0
43.5
141 ft.
Historic Site
Fort Montgomery, a fort built on the Hudson River during the American Revolution; site of the Oct. 6, 1777 battle to gain control of the Hudson River. Visitors go through the ruins of the fort via a trail system and interpretive signs. There is a 5,700 sq ft Visitor Center containing site artifacts and a detailed model of the fort. Tel. (845) 446-2134
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44.4
164 ft.
Fort Montgomery, NY
Community of Fort Montgomery, town of Highlands, Orange County, New York; site of the Battle of Forts Clinton & Montgomery; well-known stop on the Appalachian Trail. Brooks Lake, access on Firefighters Memorial Drive. Garrison Pond is also nearby on New York State Highway 9W. Brooks Lake on Milne Road.
29.4
47.3
174 ft.
Highlands, NY
Community of Highlands, Orange County, New York. Cragston Dependencies, a group of historic buildings, built about 1860, part of the J.P. Morgan estate. Crystal Lake, Cragston Lakes (access from Morgan Farm Rd), and Pellis Pond are nearby. Junction of New York State Highway 9W and New York State Highway 218; to the north, to the community of Highland Falls (formerly Buttermilk Falls), Orange County, New York; next to the US Military Academy at West Point.
31.3
50.4
545 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 218
Junction of US Highway 9W & New York State Highway 218; merges with US Highway 9W until it turns northeast on Storm King Highway. To the south, this highway goes to the community of Highland Falls, town of Highlands, Orange County, New York.
31.9
51.3
610 ft.
Redoubt Four
Redoubt Four, a key defensive overwatch position for Fort Putnam during the American Revolution; open to the public year-round; access is from Hamilton Street.
32.2
51.8
620 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 293
Junction of US Highway 9W & New York State Highway 293. To the southwest, New York State Highway 293 ends at an intersection with US Highway 6.
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57.5
768 ft.
State Park
Storm King State Park, town of Cornwall, Orange County, New York; next to the Hudson River; limited parking, hiking, seasonal deer hunting.
36.0
57.9
676 ft.
Harvard Black Rock Forest, NY
Reservoir Road off US Highway 9W accesses Harvard Black Rock Forest, town of Cornwall, Orange County, New York, 3,830 acres, privately-owned, has several short trails except for the Scenic Trail and Stillman Trail. Upper Reservoir, Aleck Meadow Reservoir, Arthur's Pond, Tamarack Pond, Sutherland Pond, Sphagnum Pond, Jims Pond, and Bog Meadow Pond are located in the forest.
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59.1
400 ft.
Golf Course/Park
Storm King Golf Club, Cornwall, New York; take Continental Road, turn on Boulevard Street, left on Hasbrouck Avenue; private golf club; 18 holes, par 36. Roe Park is on Boulevard Street.
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60.6
335 ft.
Cornwall, NY
Community of Cornwall, Orange County, New York. Historic structures include the David Sutherland House (1770), Cromwell Manor & Patric Piggot House on Angola Rd, Cornwall Friends Meeting House at the junction of Quaker Ave & US Highway 9W (1790), Firthcliff Firehouse, Scribner House (1910), Canterbury Presbyterian Chruch on Clinton St., Sands Ring Homestead Museum on Main St. (1760).
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62.2
243 ft.
Firthcliffe, NY
Community of Firthcliffe, town of Cornwall, Orange County, New York.
39.4
63.4
180 ft.
Juncton: New York State Highway 218
Junction of US Highway 9W & New York State Highway 218. To the east, to the community of Cornwall-on-Hudson, town of Cornwall, Orange County, New York. New York Military Academy is located in Cornwall-on-Hudson, founded in 1889, one of the oldest military schools in the U.S.
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65.3
59 ft.
Park
Sloop Hill State Unique Area, a park in Cornwall-on-Hudson, town of Cornwall, Orange County, New York. Off US Highway 9, turn on Plum Point Lane.
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66.5
112 ft.
New Windsor, NY
Community of New Windsor, Orange County, New York. The National Purple Heart Hall of Honor is located on in the town of New Windsor.
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68.1
144 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 94
Junction of US Highway 9W and New York State Highway 94 (eastern terminus). South to the community of North Windsor, Orange County, New York.
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69.6
184 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 32
Junction of US Highway 9W & New York State Highway 32. From this point, this highway merges with US Highway 9W to the north until its intersection with US Interstate Highway 84, and then turns west on Plank Road. Before this intersection, on Washington St, to the east, is Washington's Headquarters State Historic Site, which contains Hasbrouck House, George Washington's headquarters during the American Revolution; on Broadway is the New York State Armory; East End Historic District. To the west on Washington St. is the Delano-Hitch Park, 26 acres, has a baseball stadium, soccer/baseball/football fields, tennis/basketball courts, playgrounds, multi-purpose center, horseshoe pits.
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253 ft.
Places of Interest
Downing Park, on Carpenter Avenue, largest park in Newburgh, New York; prominent feature is a pond and fountain known as 'polly' and has an amphitheater where local concerts and festivals are held during summer. Montgomery-Grand Liberty Streets Historic District (historic home dating back to the 19th century, David Crawford House, Old Town Cemetery and Newburgh's main post office to name a few). Newburgh Free Academy, public high school, whose history goes back to the years before mandatory public education.
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71.7
200 ft.
Newburgh, NY
City of Newburgh, Orange County, New York. Junction of US Highway 9W with US Interstate Highway 84 and New York State Highway 52. Newburgh served as the Continental Army's headquarters from March 1782 to 1783; the 'Newburgh Conspiracy' was started here to overthrow the government. US Interstate Highway 84/New York State Highway 52 goes east across the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge, a cantilever toll bridge spanning the Hudson River. To the west, this highway accesses the community of Glenham, Duchess County, New York.
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72.7
230 ft.
Balmville, NY
Community of Balmville, Orange County, New York, home to many wealthy, influential, and upper income families. Places of interest are the Powelton Club, one of the five oldest golf courses in NY; Maple Lawn (1859), Echo Lawn Estate (1860).
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73.5
217 ft.
Balmville Tree
At the intersection of River Road, Balmville Road, and Commonwealth Avenue, is the Balmville Tree, New York's smallest state forest; called a "miracle tree" because of its age (300+ years) for its species and is only one of three trees protected by the Federal government.
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78.4
171 ft.
Danskammer Generating Station, NY
Located on the Hudson River shore, town of Newburgh, Orange County, New York. Access is from Old Post Road, turn on River Road, then Danskammer Road.
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79.5
154 ft.
Historic Church
Chapel Hill Bible Church (otherwise known as Amity Baptist Church)in Marlboro, New York; built in 1904.
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82.4
180 ft.
Marlboro, NY
Community of Marlboro, Ulster County, New York. Historic Dubois-Sarles Octagon (1850).
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203 ft.
Milton, NY
Community of Milton, town of Marlboro, Saratoga County, New York. The Milton Railroad Station, on Dock Road at the Hudson River. Access is on Old Indian Trail Road.
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90.4
177 ft.
Crow's Nest Mountain, NY
Crow's Nest, mountain peak in the town of Highlands on the northern part of the United States Military Academy at West Point.
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94.0
322 ft.
Junction: New York State H ighway 55/US Highway 44
Junction of US Highway 9W with New York State Highway 55 and US Highway 44. At this point, all three highways overlap to the north. To the east, US Highway 44 and US Highway 55 crosses the Mid-Hudson Bridge (or the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Mid-Hudson Bridge). Both highways turn west on Milton Avenue.
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95.7
184 ft.
Highland, NY
Community of Highland, town of Lloyd, Ulster County, New York. Historic structures: John Thompson House on Maple Avenue, built in 1851 (John Thompson & sons built the Chase National Bank); Anthony Yelverton House, built around 1754.
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98.1
318 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 299
Intersection of US Highway 9W of New York State Highway 299. To community of Lloyd, Ulster County, New York, to the west.
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104.0
102 ft.
West Park, NY
Community of West Park, Ulster County, New York. Places of interest include Slabsides, a log cabin built by naturalist John Burroughs and son in 1895. Visitors included Theodore Roosevelt and Henry Ford. The cabin is open to the public only twice a year (third Saturday in May and first Saturday in October) from 4:30 PM. The sanctuary is open all year. Access is from Burroughs Drive, then a half-mile walk up to the cabin; Riverby, John Burrough's estate; Holy Cross Monastery.
65.2
105.0
197 ft.
Holy Cross Monastery, NY
Located on US Highway 9W, West Park, Ulster County, New York; mother house of the Anglican Benedictine Order of the Holy Cross; constructed in 1902 on a 26-acre site that looks out over the Hudson RIver and the Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site; included in the site are two guesthouses, the Monastic Church of St. Augustine, and the Monastic Enclosure; individual or group retreats may held here. Tel. (845) 384-6660.
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105.9
151 ft.
Historic Estate
Col. Oliver Hazard Payne Estate in Esopus, Ulster County, New York; a massive Mediterranean home with an open courtyard, built in 1905, by Thomas Hastings.
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107.8
121 ft.
Esopus, NY
Community of Esopus, Ulster County, New York; founded in 1811; was a notable trading post between the Dutch and the native Lenape people. Some historic sites are the Cumming-Parker House, built around 1836; Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Klyne Esopus (presently known as the Klyne Esopus Historical Society Museum), built in 1827; Poppletown Farmhouse, built about 1800.
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111.4
213 ft.
Ulster Park, NY
Community of Ulster Park, town of Esopus, Ulster County, New York.
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112.5
220 ft.
Lake
Mirror Lake, Ulster County, New York.
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113.7
197 ft.
Lake
Esopus Lake, Ulster County, New York.
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116.8
180 ft.
Port Ewen, NY
Community of Port Ewen, town of Esopus, Ulster County, New York.
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118.2
John T. Loughran Bridge
This bridge carries US Highway 9W over Roundout Creek between Kingston and Port Ewen, New York; opened in 1979; has four spans; named in honor of John T. Loughran, chief judge of the New York Court of Appeals who served from 1945 until his death in 1953.
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118.3
13 ft.
Places of Interest
Rondout-West Strand Historic District on the shore of Rondout Creek, 570 acres, contains 259 buildings dating back to the 19th century; Hudson River Maritime Museum on 50 Roundout Landing, a museum dedicated to the Hudson River whose collections encompasses the history of shipping, boating and industry on the Hudson and its tributaries, has exhibits of different small craft, river steamships artifacts, maps, paintings and sketches, and a research library; The Trolley Museum of New York on 89 East Strand, founded in 1955, has a growing collection of historic trolley and subway cars, open to the public on a seasonal schedule; Rondout Railroad Station, built in 1868 and demolished in the 1970s. Cornell Park on Wurts Street; Block Park on Abeel Street.
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119.3
164 ft.
Kingston, NY
City of Kingston, county seat of Ulster County, New York. Nearby places of interest include Chestnut Street Historic District (19th and early 20th century homes built on dramatic hillside locations); Kingston City Hall (dating back to 1873); Ponckhokie Union Chapel on 91 Abruyn Street (built in 1870); Rondout Gardens on Hasbrouck Park Road; Hasbrouck Park on Delaware Avenue; Kingston Point Park on Delaware Avenue; Kingston Point Railroad Station, one of the last stations built on the Ulster and Delaware Railroad.
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119.8
266 ft.
Park
Kingman Park, Kingston, Ulster County, New York.
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120.4
256 ft.
Park
Hutton Park, Kingston, New York. Take Lincoln Street, then turn left on Grant Street.
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121.3
269 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 32
US Highway 9W and New York State Highway 32 intersect at this point. NY State Highway 32 goes north to the community of Glasco, town of Saugerties, Ulster County, New York. After a brief overlap with US Highway 9W to the south, this highway proceeds to the community of Bloomington, Ulster County, New York.
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124.0
197 ft.
Lincoln Park, NY
Community of Lincoln Park, town of Ulster, Ulster County, New York. Access is on Ulster Avenue, off US Highway 9W.
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125.6
207 ft.
Junction
Intersection of US Highway 9W with US Highway 209 to the west and New York State Highway 199 to the east. US Highway 209 goes to the community of Hurley, Ulster County, New York. NY State Highway 199 proceeds to an intersection with NY State Highway 9G, then turns north to the community of Amandale-on Hudson, town of Red Hook, Dutchess County, New York.
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126.2
187 ft.
Lake Katrine, NY
Community of Lake Katrine, Ulster County, New York. A small lake with the same name (Lake Katrine) can be accessed on Lake Katrine Road.
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132.9
102 ft.
Mt. Marion, NY
Community of Mt. Marion, Ulster County, New York.
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134.7
157 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 32
Junction of US Highway 9W & New York State Highway 32. Community of Glasco, town of Saugerties, Ulster County, New York.
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135.6
151 ft.
Saugerties South, NY
Community of Saugerties South, Ulster County, New York.
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144 ft.
Trinity Episcopal Church, NY
Trinity Episcopal Church Complex, a historic church situated at the intersection of Church Street and Barclay Street, Saugerties, New York; built in 1831.
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154 ft.
Saugerties, NY
Community of Saugerties, Ulster County, New York. Historic places include Main-Partition Streets Historic District (with 78 contributing buildings), Dubois-Kierstede Stone House, built in 1727, current location of the Saugerties Historical Society.
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139.0
157 ft.
Saugerties Light, NY
A lighthouse located on the Hudson River, north of Saugerties, New York; built in 1869; a nature trail leads to the lighthouse; bed and breakfast rooms; public tours are available. Take Mynderse Street to Lighthouse Drive.
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140.7
190 ft.
Malden, NY
Community of Malden (or Malden-on-Hudson), town of Saugerties, Ulster County, New York.
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141.6
167 ft.
State Park, NY
Bristol Beach State Park, on the Hudson River, town of Saugerties, Ulster County, New York, off US Highway 9W.
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144.0
200 ft.
West Camp, NY
Community of West Camp, Ulster County, New York.
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145.7
115 ft.
Cementon, NY
Community of Cementon, Greene County, New York.
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156.0
121 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 385
Community of Catskill, Greene County, New York. Junction of US Highway 9W and New York State Highway 385; north to the community of Athens, Greene County, New York. Historic homes in the area: Willam Lampman House on Grandivew Ave., Benjamin DuBois Stone House-Capt. Martin Stone House on West Main St., Wiley Hose Company Building on West Bridge Street.
97.5
156.9
39 ft.
Catskill, NY
Community of Castkill, county seat of Greene County, New York. Historic homes in the area:David Van Gelder Octagon House on Division St., Willam Lampman House on Grandivew Ave., Benjamin DuBois Stone House-Capt. Martin Stone House on West Main St., Wiley Hose Company Building on West Bridge St., Thomas Cole National Historic Site (or Cedar Grove) includes the house of Thomas Cole who founded the Hudson River School of American painting, on Spring Street.
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157.9
82 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 23
Junction of US Highway 9W & New York State Highway 23. To the southeast, HY State Highway 23 goes across the Rip Van Winkle Bridge (has a pedestrian walkway on the south side; cyclists are allowed to use the roadway or walk their cycles across the pedestrian walkway) to the Olana Historic Site (home of Frederic Edwin Church, one of the major figures in the Hudson River School of Landscape Painting; provides a view of the Hudson River Valley, the Catskill Mountains, and the Taconic Mountains. To the west, the community of Jefferson Heights, town of Catskill, Greene County, New York.
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170.9
131 ft.
Historic Structures
Bronck House (or Pieter Bronck House), a Dutch homestead in Coxsakie, Greene County, New York, built in 1663, oldest structure in upstate New York; alleged to be the site of the signing of the Coxsakie Declaration of Independence; Bronck Farm, built in 1832, 13-sided frame building.
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173.2
118 ft.
Junction: New York State Highways 81 & 385
US Highway 9W intersects New York State Highway 81 to the west where it heads to the community of Climax, Greene County, New York. To the east NY State Highway 81 becomes New York State Highway 385, which goes to the community of West Coxsackie, Greene County, New York.
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175.5
161 ft.
Junction; US Interstate Highway 87
Intersection of US Highway 9W & US Interstate Highway 87 (New York State Thruway); to the north, to the community of Ravena, town of Coeymans, Albany County, New York; to the south, the community of Climax, Greene County, New York.
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180.5
243 ft.
Hannacroix, NY
Community of Hannacroix, Greene County, New York, at the junction of US Highway 9W and New York State Highway 144. To the north, NY State Highway 144 heads to the communities of New Baltimore, Greene County, New York and Coeymans, Albany County, New York.
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185.3
230 ft.
Ravena, NY
Community of Ravena, town of Coeymans, Albany County, New York. Junction of US Highway 9W and New York State Highway 143. NY State Highway 143 goes east and intersects NY State Highway 144 in the community of Coeymans, Albany County, New York, while to the west, this highway goes to the community of Coeyman's Hollow, Albany County, New York.
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185.9
230 ft.
Park
Mosher Park. Take Mountain Road, left on McCulloch Avenue, then right on Summit Drive.
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194.5
180 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 396
US Highway 9W and New York State Highway 396 intersect at this juncture. To the south, this highway goes to the community of Selkirk, town of Bethlehem, Albany County, New York; to the west, this highway ends at a junction with Blodgett Hill Road and becomes NY State Highway 301.
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195.7
151 ft.
Airport
Creble Road to South Albany Airport.
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200.9
190 ft.
Glenmont, NY
Glenmont Road to the east of US Highway 9W intersects US Interstate Highway 87 and goes to the community of Glenmont, town of Behtlehem, Albany County, New York.
126.0
202.8
184 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 32
Junction of US Highway 9W & New York State Highway 32; both highways have a brief overlap at this point, crosses over US Interstate Highway 87, then NY State Highway 32 turns east on Corning Hill Road and proceeds north to the city of Albany, Albany County, New York.
127.3
204.9
194 ft.
Junction: US Interstate Highway 787
Junction of US Highway 9W & US Interstate Highway 787; to the north, to the city of Albany, town of Albany, New York.
127.6
205.3
197 ft.
Park
Hoffman Park, Albany, New York; on Hoffman Avenue; baseball/soccer fields, basketball/tennis courts. Tel. 518-434-5699
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206.1
210 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 443
Junction of US Highway 9W & New York State Highway 443. To the west, to the community of Delmar, town of Bethlehem, Albany County, New York. To the north, this highway overlaps US Highway 9W and ends at its intersection with US Highway 20.
128.4
206.7
210 ft.
Historical Firehouse
Historic firehouse Hook and Ladder No. 4 is on Delaware Avenue, Albany, New York; built in 1909.
129.2
207.9
190 ft.
Park
Lincoln Park. Access is from Park Avenue, right on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., then left on Lincoln Park Road.
129.4
208.3
203 ft.
Junction: US Highway 20
Intersection of US Highway 9W & US Highway 20 on Madison Avenue; to southwest, this highway passes Washington Park and goes to the community of McKownville, town of Guilderland, Albany County, New York. To the east is the New York State Museum.
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Places of Interest
Albany Institute of History and Art, a museum on 125 Washington Avenue, in downtown Albany, New York; preserves, collects, interprets, and promotes interest in the history, art, and culture of Albany and the Upper Hudson valley;has more than 30,000 objects in its collection; Tel. (518) 463-4478; historic Cathedral of All Saints; New York State Capitol Building on State Street; Lafayette Park Historic District; Empire State Plaza; Empire State Convention Center; The Egg, egg-shaped performing arts venue, has two amphitheaters.
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Junction: US Highway 9
US Highway 9W ends here at its junction with US Highway 9 on Clinton Avenue; southeast, US Highway 9 intersects US Interstate Highway 787. - LD10