Do you know that the
town of Rosendale has 14 hamlets? From the fascinating Rosendale Wikipedia entry:
Binnewater – A hamlet north of Rosendale village. (That's the location of the mystery vortex above.)
Bloomington – A hamlet in the northeastern part of the town, southeast of Whiteport.
Bruceville – A hamlet in the southwestern section of the town, southwest of Rosendale village.
Cottekill – A hamlet northwest of Rosendale village.
Creeklocks – A hamlet at the eastern town line, south of Bloomington and on the west bank of Rondout Creek.
Hickory Bush – A hamlet in the northeastern section of the town, south of Whiteport and located on the west bank of Rondout Creek.
High Falls – A hamlet and census-designated place at the town line by the southwestern part of the town.
Kallops Corners – A hamlet north of Rosendale village.
Lawrenceville – A hamlet west of Rosendale village on Route 213.
Lefevere Falls – A hamlet adjacent to the Thruway and northeast of Rosendale village.
Maple Hill – A hamlet north of Lefever Falls and Rosendale village.
Rosendale (also known as Rosendale Village or Rosendale Hamlet) – A hamlet and census-designated place in the eastern half of the town, by Rondout Creek. It was a village until 1977.
Tillson – A hamlet and census-designated place south of Rosendale village
Whiteport – A hamlet in the northeastern corner of the town, adjacent to the Thruway.
Engaging people in all the hamlets will be an important part of the Rosendale Heart & Soul program. Which hamlets do you live, work and play in?