Stony Creek

Stony Creek borders the Hudson River, where small lumber mills, logging companies, and a large tannery were the center of business until after WWII.  The changing logging industry brought a wave of country style living characterized by refurbished logging camps, ranch resorts, the creation of northeast rodeos and old fashioned fiddle stomping square dancing.  Word spread fast and the “Four Corners” became the place to be.  The station platform stop at the 1000 Acres Ranch still provides guests with western style atmosphere and uninterrupted tranquil views of the Adirondacks.