Every summer, some 75,000 people visit the tiny hamlet of Roxbury, New York. You’d never know it though; its Main Street is a short half mile long, and only a handful of restaurants and shops are consistently open. But no matter—visitors aren’t flocking to Roxbury for a bustling Main Street. Instead, Roxbury offers a quiet haven to truly unwind. Spotty cell reception forces visitors to unplug and take in its remarkable scenery made up of rolling hills, meadows, farms, barns and animals. At night, Roxbury is known for its starry skies. The lack of light pollution makes it one of the most popular stargazing destinations in New York State.