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Putnam County Tourism

1 day 13 hours ago

Today is Family Day at Constitution Island!! What a wonderful way to spend a beautiful autumn afternoon in the #HudsonValley!

Come explore the limits of your imagination!

Hosted by the Constitution Island Association and Putnam History Museum, Family Day offers young families the opportunity to explore Constitution Island through a variety of fun, hands-on learning experiences and entertainment - all set in the unique, natural and historic setting of Constitution Island.

Visitors can explore the footpaths and ruins of Revolutionary War fortifications, and transport back to a time before Henry Hudson sailed up “the river that flows two ways.” On-hand docents are available to discuss the island's historic Warner House, it's famous inhabitants the Warner Sisters, and the island's beautiful gardens.

Family Day activities include live animal exhibits, professional story-tellers in period costume, live music, period games and the famous “teddy bear parade” for younger children. Souvenirs, hot dogs and drinks can also be purchased and enjoyed on the historic Revolutionary War Parade field.

The event is free, but donations are gratefully accepted!

Putnam County Tourism

2 days 9 hours ago

Did you know that you could vote for your favorite Fireball Run Adventurally contestants?!

Follow this link to vote for Johnny from Villa Barone Hilltop Manor and Sean from Well Dunn Maintenance & Contracting as your favorite Hometown Team!

Putnam County Tourism

3 days 6 hours ago

Friday September 30th is an unreal opportunity to enjoy an evening at the private, Frank Lloyd Wright designed #MassaroHouse on Lake Mahopac as part of our #FireballRunWeekend!!

For ticket information click here:

It is a beautiful Monday here in Putnam County! Be sure to swing by the tourism website for ideas on daytrips and weekend destinations.

Here is a photo of the beautiful #MassaroHouse on #LakeMahopac. Designed by #FrankLloydWright in the 1940s and finally completed in the early 2000s, it can be seen cantilevered over the lake from many locations!

Putnam County Tourism

3 days 8 hours ago

Why compete in the Fireball Run? It’s all for bragging rights, a greater cause and a plastic road sign! Fireball Run Adventurally comes to Downtown Mahopac September 30, be sure to come out and vote for our hometown team!




Fireball Run Weekend Traffic Closures

For visitors and residents of Putnam, please be advised that on the afternoon of Friday September 30th and throughout the day on Saturday October 1st there will be traffic in the general Mahopac area caused by the events. On Friday September 30th Route 6N from Cherry Lane to Sycamore Road will be closed from roughly […]


Meet the Hometown Team

We’re happy to announce that Putnam County’s search for a hometown team to compete in the Fireball Run has come to an end! Johnny from Villa Barone Hilltop Manor and Sean from Well Dunn Maintenance & Contracting will soon depart on their 2,000 mile journey in pursuit of America’s most unique historic sites and artifacts. […]


The Fireball Run Makes Putnam a 10th Anniversary Destination!

The Fireball Run is an internationally televised and nationally streamed TV adventure series. The show follows 40 teams of contestants as they travel 2,000 miles in pursuit of America’s most unique locations and obscure historical artifacts while helping in the Race to Recover America’s Missing Children. The Fireball Run races to Putnam County on September […]