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Visit for unforgettable golf, enjoy impeccable service, and stay for memories that last.

The Garrison offers an 18-hole, 72-par public golf course nestled in the Hudson Highlands.
Located on the grounds, Valley Restaurant provides world-class cuisine and banquet 
facilities for weddings and special events.

Nestled in the idyllic Hudson Highlands just an hour north of Manhattan, The Garrison
comprises 300 stunning acres with a world class view of the Hudson River to the distant
Catskill mountains. Our countryside retreat offers the bridal couple a choice of banquet
rooms, stone flagged covered terraces, a small Inn with seven overnight rooms, an 18-hole
golf course and our signature Valley restaurant. The
manicured grounds of The Garrison create an atmosphere of sophistication and elegance
enhanced by the exceptional beauty of the surrounding landscape.

The inn

Craving a rejuvenating weekend close to New York City? Looking for a mid-week getaway
chock full of activities that range from golf, kayaking and hiking, to antiquing, shopping at
the local farmers markets and visiting museums like Dia:Beacon?

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Our intimate seven-room Inn offers guests a tranquil oasis from their daily routine. Designed
to reflect a relaxed country elegance, the non-smoking rooms are done in soothing shades
of sage, cream and mushroom. Each room features a king-sized bed with a marble and
mosaic tile bathroom with walk-in shower.

Our History

From 19th century private estates, both The Garrison and Highlands Country Club have
evolved into prominent social and recreational centers of activity for the community and
surrounding region. Highlands Country Club was founded for social and athletic purposes in
1898 by a handful of local families, including those of William Osborn, Samuel Sloan, JP
Morgan, and Stuyvesant Fish. The Garrison’s first public incarnation was as Bill Brown’s
Physical Training Farm, a destination health and relaxation resort for men, opened in 1915
by New York’s Commissioner of Boxing, Bill Brown. In around 1960, the property opened as
The Garrison Country Club, through the efforts of the same Osborn family that helped
found Highlands Country Club.

Today, Chris Davis continues this legacy of community stewardship as the owner of both The 
Garrison and Highlands Country Club. Active in community and conservation advocacy in
the Hudson Highlands for many years, Chris continues to give his time, energy and
resources to a variety of regional and environmental endeavors. Among other activities,
Chris served for many years as Board Chair of the Hudson Highlands Land Trust, a
dedicated steward of the Hudson River Valley. His goal for The Garrison and Highlands 
properties is to continue to evolve the land and assets into an economically sustainable and 
highly valued business that balances social, dining and athletic offerings with community 
stewardship, land conservation, and environmental best practices.


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