- TripBuzz discovered 118 different types of activities for couples in the Peekskill area, including Parks (like Blue Mountain Reservation), Movie Theaters (like Talk Cinema), Theaters (like Paramount Hudson Valley) and Jazz/Blues Bars (like BeanRunner Cafe), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 203 date ideas in or near Peekskill, New York, including 191 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Newburgh, Beacon, Ridgefield and Cold Spring.
As a community theater, Perkel Youth Theater offers youth programs that teach theatrical skills like singing, dancing, and acting. Visitors can enroll their children in these classes and watch open house performances put on by students.
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1 Milford Point Road, Milford, CT 06460 MoreLess Info
Located in a marshland, The Coastal Center at Milford Point provides panoramic views of the surrounding landscape. From the center, visitors can learn about the birds that visit the region, from shore birds to migrating birds.
Delaware & Raritan State Park are two historical state parks in Princeton, New Jersey which people have enjoyed peaceful walks alongside the canals. Other activities such as biking, canoeing, fishing and kayaking.
At Milford Ice Skating Pavilion, visitors can participate in hockey leagues or learn how to skate during a skating lesson. The pavilion has birthday party packages that include a party room and admission to the rink.
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53 East Hanover Avenue, Morristown, NJ 07960 MoreLess Info
The Frelinghuysen Arboretum is a free 127-acre garden that includes the Barkman Vegetable Garden, the Watnong Rock Garden, the Vera Scherer Special Needs Garden, and the Branching Out Garden. Among things that visitors see at the arboretum are fountains, gazebos, woodlands, open fields, and groves of flowering …
Aboard their sailing vessel, Hudson Sailing offers passengers various excursions on the Hudson River and around the Catskills. In addition to charters, they offer painting excursions on board and sailing instruction.
Part of the Hudson River Maritime Museum complex features the Rondout Lighthouse which was the first lighthouse at the entrance to Rondout Creek. Visitors must take a water vessel to the lighthouse though since there is no way to access the site by land.
Greenwood Gardens offers acres of maintained trees with sculptures, a pond and interesting outdoor buildings like a tea house. Patrons can stroll through the gardens while observing artwork or picnic on the picnic tables on the patio.