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Bear Mountain State Park
#1 of 6 things to do in Bear Mountain
From the breathtaking views to the boating on the lake,the huge pool with different sections for children,2 deep sides to do laps and the other side has 2 diving boards..pool was clean and I liked how the lifeguar...
The large park area was very crowded with kids and families enjoying the beautiful weather and playing baseball, soccer, frisbee, and more.
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Harriman State Park
#2 of 6 things to do in Bear Mountain
On a Month Long Family vacation we stayed nearby and took a day trip to this park for a 2 hour horseback ride, I’ve owned horses, I’ve been in many countries, vacations and 1000’s of miles motorcycling both on Roa...
A beautiful idyllic place during the week, so much nature and open spaces, on summer weekends it becomes a big NYC escape, so it's crowded and loud, boom boxes blasting, kids screaming, parking lots filling.
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Perkins Memorial Tower
#3 of 6 things to do in Bear Mountain
Great for families, couples or anyone seeking some peace away from the frailty grind, you will find it here.
Bear mountain state park is also nice to visit for picnic with friends and family.
New Croton Dam Croton on Hudson 9.1 mi away
#1 of 10 things to do in Croton on Hudson
It has a grassy area for picnics, facilities, play area for kids, and the most amazing dam I have seen!
Perfect for a weekend picnic or to have your children run around.
Storm King Art Center New Windsor 8.8 mi away
#1 of 10 things to do in New Windsor
... including a winding stone wall by Andy Goldsworthy, Wave sculpture by Maya Lin (most famous for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall) and a great interactive sculpture (for kids especially) by Isamu Noguchi.
Most of the sculptures are "no touch" but the kids loved climbing on the "buried house" sculpture, and also in the "peach pit."
United States Military Academy Visitor Center West Point 4.3 mi away
#1 of 12 things to do in West Point
Visiting as an alumni you can still appreciate the history, the vistas of hills and the scenic Hudson River, and the sight of some of the brightest kids in our country.
Our family of four participated in Rehearsal Day as volunteer cadets which was a neat experience for civilians to have a better understanding of what cadets do on reception day.
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West Point Museum West Point 4.2 mi away
#2 of 12 things to do in West Point
Great trip- the grounds at West Point are incredible - awesome views of the Hudson and great history lessons - Fun Family outing
Our kids really enjoyed searching for treasures throughout the museum!
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Paramount Hudson Valley Peekskill 4.0 mi away
#1 of 10 things to do in Peekskill
It was thrilling ..and the organizations represented, Kids Helping Kids; Art Start had young people doing great things and dedication to homeless kids for the arts..support them
We had Mezzanine seats as l reached the balcony, there is a French Provincial sofa and chair, covered in plastic slipcovers, just like when l was a child.
Peekskill Landing Park Peekskill 3.5 mi away
#2 of 10 things to do in Peekskill
Plenty of benches, great spots for picnic or simply stroll, walk the dog or bring kids to ride bikes, etc. Stay and watch the sunset after you grab ice cream at the creamery, dinner at the taco bar or a bottle of...
For children, there is a good size playground and on the large lawn the town often hosts festivals and concerts.
West Point Tours Highland Falls 4.3 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Highland Falls
Great outing for the entire family especially for anyone who is into history or architecture!
Should be taught in our schools, the history is so important for our children to learn.
The Stony Point Battlefield Lighthouse Stony Point 5.3 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Stony Point
There is not much to do for younger children, but if you have a middle schooler or older who has studies the revolution, this will truly bring history to life.