Hudson Falls - An Old-World Community in Upstate NY
The Village of Hudson Falls is nestled within the town of Kingsbury in Washington County. Hudson Falls NY offers traditional small-town living within close proximity to the Greater Glens Falls region.
The long history of Hudson Falls is visible in the architecture and layout of its neighborhoods, many that date back to the turn of the century. Entering Hudson Falls from the north, the town park on Main Street is a reminder of small-town life from days gone by. A section of this old-fashioned village is listed on the National Register of Historical Places.
The highest waterfall in the Upper Hudson, Bakers Falls, is also located here.
With a population of approximately 8,000, Hudson Falls supports a large number of small businesses and industrial sites. The paper industry, metal shops, and building companies are among those successfully operating here. The entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well here, and is reflected in the unique shops and stores that line its streets.
Hudson Falls has also long been known to area residents and patrons as having some of the best local eateries in the region!
The main BOCES (Board of Cooperative Education Services) and administration facility is based here to serve the needs of students in Washington, Hamilton, Essex and Warren Counties. Adirondack Community College is a short drive away in neighboring Queensbury.
The community celebrates their historical past each year by hosting the Sandy Hill Days celebration with food, music, arts and crafts. Queensbury, Glens Falls, and South Glens Falls are just a short drive, with access to shopping malls, restaurants, and numerous recreational facilities.
A strong sense of neighborhood and family are a large part of what make Hudson Falls NY an exceptional community in which to live and work.
Want to learn more? Call the Hudson Falls Chamber of Commerce at (518) 747-3290 and find Hudson Falls Real Estate with the help of the Warren County MLS.