Esopus homes (and homes for sale) have a rich legacy, and history buffs will most likely already know that Esopus was named after a Native American tribe, but there’s plenty for them to learn in Esopus. Meander down country roads past old stone houses, tour the 1871 or visit a wooden covered bridge from the 1800s and a National Historic Site.
One of the most recent and most popular attractions to put Esopus on the map is the voted America’s #1 Best Haunted Attraction for five years straight. Set on the 45-acre estate of one of Esopus’ old stone houses, the Hayride is a one-mile ride on which you’ll enjoy the chills and thrills of Halloween, complete with a corn maze labyrinth and plenty of ghoulish actors sure to raise the hairs on your neck.
So whether it’s to take a creepy ride through some old farm fields, view the from the banks of the Hudson, or see and taste the natural and historic treasures that are dotted throughout, time in Esopus NY brings you the sweet respite of the country.