There are so many places across New York State that you may or may not have heard of. Places that are considered areas, but not necessarily towns. You might even consider them the 'area of' type thing.

So when someone asked me if I knew where the Town of Southeast was in New York State, I was like? Um? Can I phone a friend? Can I look on a map? 

Hudson Valley Post logo
Get our free mobile app

So, where is the Town of Southeast in NYS? Is it a Town or a town?

New York map
Getty Images/iStockphoto

The town in this case is more like the geographic area known as the 'Town of Southeast.' This regional area could be one that you have driven through before, but if you didn't see the sign, then either you weren't looking for it or you blinked and you missed it.

What county is the Town of Southeast, New York?

Map of New York State
Photo by Steve Richey on Unsplash

The Town of Southeast is in the county of Putnam, so it is actually located in the south eastern-ish area of New York State. If you had to pick a city that would give you a better idea as to where you could start to envision its location on the New York State map, look toward Brewster. Brewster, New York is actually in the Town of Southeast. Is there another town that people might not know exists in New York? Share them with us.

Looking to see more of this great state? Here are a few parks that you should put on your travel map 

11 Great Upstate New York Urban Parks

We have done a lots of posts over the years highlighting the various state and county (and national) parks that can be found in Upstate New York. This list is a little bit different.

Big cities and small towns, these are all worth a look!

If you are taking a road trip, you will want to make sure that you are going the speed limit in these towns 

You'll Most Likely Get Pulled Over HERE In Central New York For Speeding

13 Small Upstate New York Towns That Put Their Claim to Fame on Their Welcome Signs!

For road warriors who like nothing better than to drive around the backroads and byways of Upstate New York exploring the region, there is nothing we like better than to come upon a small village or town that puts their claim to fame right up there on their "welcome sign." All of these 13 places do that. They are curious, historical, whimsical, and fascinating to those of us interested in Upstate history.

More From Hudson Valley Post