Putnam County is a suburban county located in the Lower Hudson Valley region of the state of New York. It is part of the larger New York metropolitan area and is situated directly north of Westchester County, east of the Hudson River, and south of Dutchess County. The county is relatively small, covering an area of approximately 246 square miles, and has a predominantly rural character with small towns and villages. Putnam County is known for its scenic beauty, with numerous parks, lakes, and recreational areas that provide residents and visitors with opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, boating, and fishing. The Appalachian Trail, a 2,190-mile hiking trail that extends from Georgia to Maine, passes through the county, offering spectacular views and challenging hikes. Putnam County is well connected to New York City via the Metro-North Railroad’s Hudson and Harlem Lines, as well as by the Taconic State Parkway and Interstate 84. This accessibility makes it a popular location for residents who commute to work in New York City and other nearby urban centers while enjoying a more rural and peaceful environment.
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