- TripBuzz discovered 91 different types of activities for couples in the Saugerties area, including Parks (like Falling Waters Preserve), Lighthouses (like Lighthouse), Theaters (like Orpheum Theatre) and Nature & Wildlife Areas (like Catskill Animal Sanctuary), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 128 date ideas in or near Saugerties, New York, including 108 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Hudson, Hyde Park, Kingston and Rhinebeck.
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.
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Named a historic site in 1999, the Thomas Cole National Historic Site celebrates the life and art of landscape painter Thomas Cole. The site features the painters former home, available to tour, as well as a map to the trail of landscapes featured in his art.
One of the city's richest and well-known citizens provided the name for Cornell Park as he lived adjacent to the area where it is located. The upper section has a veterans monument while the lower has areas for free play and relaxation.
Located on 76 acres, Burger Hill Park features open meadows and a 550-foot hilltop offering mountain views. The park can be used for walking, picnicking and birding as well as sledding, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in the winter.
A riverfront park along the Hudson River, Dutchman's Landing features picnic tables, barbecue pits, a playground and boat launch. The park is located in the Village of Catskill, a town filled with historic buildings, restaurants and shops.
With 24 animal exhibits, Forsyth Park Zoo has the sole mission of fostering the development and knowledge of nature in the community. Exhibits include birds of prey, turtles, a reptile and amphibian greenhouse, and many small and large mammals.
Located on land that was originally purchased in 1852, the Wilderstein Historic Site, offers a rare glimpse of life in the Hudson River Valley in the late 17th through 19th centuries. The extensive collection features generations of historic memorabilia and artifacts.