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March 05-08, 2020

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SUNY New Paltz

1 Hawk Drive
New Paltz, NY 12561
Phone: 845-257-SUNY (7869)     visit website

New Paltz is a village in Ulster County located in New York. It is about 80 miles north of New York City and 70 miles south of Albany NY.

Air

The closest airport to SUNY New Paltz is Stewart International Airport, in Newburgh, New York:

By car from the airport: Turn left out of Stewart onto Rt. 207. Go approximately 2 miles, then turn left onto Route 300 north. Stay on Route 300 for approximately 3 miles. At light at intersection of Rt. 300 and 17K, turn right onto 17K south. Make first left onto I-87/NYS Thruway entrance. Go north on I-87 to exit 18.

Public Transportation from Stewart: Take the Newburgh-Beacon Link from Stewart to the Shortline Bus Station in Newburgh and from there take the bus to New Paltz.

Bus

Trailways bus system travels between New York City and New Paltz, NY. Information and schedule here.

The Trailways bus station is located on the corner of Main Street and Prospect Street. From the parking lot, turn left onto Main Street. Go up hill to the traffic light (Rt. 32 & South Manheim Blvd.), turn right. Proceed 1/8 mile, campus is on your right. Trailways Bus System information (845) 255-6520.

Rail

Amtrak and Metro North both service the Poughkeepsie train station, 9 miles from New Paltz. 

From the train station in Poughkeepsie, New York:
Taxi cabs are available most hours from the train station. If driving from train station, go west on US 44 across the Mid-Hudson Bridge. Then follow directions above from Mid-Hudson Bridge.

Amtrak (800) 872-7245, Metro North (800) METRO-INFO.

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