Salisbury Point Cooperative is located in the village of South Nyack, flanked by the villages of Piermont, Grandview, Nyack, and Upper Nyack all directly on the Hudson River. Beautiful tree-lined streets with grand old homes and estates grace this area.
Just one mile from Salisbury, Nyack’s downtown is a wonderful place to shop with its many clothing boutiques, antique, specialty, and gift shops. There are cafés, restaurants, and casual eateries offering a cornucopia of dining choices. For arts lovers there are galleries, The Elmwood Playhouse, a classical music series at the library, and many other musical offerings ranging from jazz to rock to folk. Rockland Center for the Arts fosters a thriving visual arts community.
SHOPPING & SERVICES
For practical needs there are pharmacies, small grocers, opticians, a hardware store, post office, and more. Big box stores, department stores, cinema, and countless other chain stores are nearby at the Palisades Center — one of the largest malls in the country, and only 4 miles from Salisbury. For more information see the Palisades Center website.
EXPLORE THE AREA
The river towns also provide opportunities for outdoor activities in the many state, county and town/village parks and recreational areas. Salisbury Point is also located on State Bicycle Route 9, a signed on-road bicycle route that extends 345 miles from New York City to Rouses Point on the New York – Quebec border. This route connects with the Velo Quebec cycling routes in Quebec and eastern Canada. It also intersects with the New York City bicycle route network and State Bicycle Routes 5, 11 and 17, and the NYS Canalway Trail.