- TripBuzz found 136 things to do with kids in or near Kingston, New York, including 117 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Poughkeepsie, Saugerties, Hyde Park and Rhinebeck.
- From Kingston Point Beach to Lukanoos Family Fun Center, the Kingston area offers 77 different types of family activities, including: National & State Parks, History Museums, Children's Play Area and Family Fun Center.
- Ulster County, New York is the home of Kingston, a city known for its history. The original capital of the state of New York, it fell to flames at the hands of the British in 1777. The city maintains this history and is a showcase for historic architecture and celebration.
Enjoy serenity, nature and wildlife at Goose Pond Reservation. Visitors to this scenic mountain lake enjoy swimming, kayaking and canoeing. There's even a place for picnicking. Open year-round from sunrise to sunset.
With trails going through the surrounding hills and mountains, Aspinwall Equestrian Center lead horseback rides for riders of all skill levels. Before the trip, the visitors can learn the basics of horseback riding from experienced instructors.
Kennedy Park is a park known for its multiple hiking and mountain biking trails of various difficulty levels. Attractions include hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, picnicking, and cross country skiing.
Apple Ridge Orchards offers guests the opportunity to pick their own apples from over 20 different varieties. The orchard also features a pumpkin patch, corn maze, farm animals, a peach orchard, and a tractor pulled hay wagon.
Nature enthusiasts, hikers and wildlife photographers enjoy visiting the October Mountain State Forest in Lee, Massachusetts. This state-managed forest is free to enter and is open from sunrise to sunset. Campsites must be reserved for a small fee.
Berkshire Scenic Railway Museum features the restored Lenox Station which dates back to 1903 and houses a number of interactive railroad exhibits which include vintage engines, passenger cars and the Yokun block station.
Established in 1791, Hancock Shaker Village operates as a local muesem preserving the history and culture of the Shakers religious sect. The village grounds comprise of a herb garden, Shaker Farm and other original buildings that house the history and craft exhibits.
Featuring 28 synthetic surface lanes, Pin Street at Warwick caters to both league bowlers and recreational open bowlers alike. The facility features a snack bar, lounge, and billiard area as well as a professionally staffed pro shop.