- 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.
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State Route 9 North, I-87 Exit 22, Bolton Landing, NY MoreLess Info
Offering fishing trips in 2, 4, and 6 hour increments, Jeff's Fishing Charters provides visitors with the equipment and knowledge necessary to catch trout and salmon. The charter offers a special children's trip that lasts 2 hours long.
89% 18 votes
389 Salisbury Turnpike, Rhinebeck, NY MoreLess Info
Opened in 1979, Northern Dutchess Botanical Gardens is a garden and nursery home to a large variety of plants. Visitors to the gardens commonly enjoy purchasing fruits and vegetables, viewing the many flowers, or enjoying the picturesque scenery.
Providing a holistic, innovative learning experience for visitors since 1977, the Omega Institute, fosters an approach toward living with natural healing and spiritual well-being. Featuring weekend and week-ling retreats and educational sessions treat yourself to Omega today.
An important part of history, Woodstock Playhouse has been in operation for nearly 75 years. With a mission of promoting the arts, this theater annually schedules an array of performances including plays, dance and musical acts.
Esopus Bend Nature Preserve is a 161 acre nature preserve and home to a variety of plant and wildlife. Visitors to the preserve can participate in guided nature walks, kayak and canoe tours, butterfly walks, and animal tracking tours.
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4389 Albany Post Road, Hyde Park, NY MoreLess Info
Housed in the former Eagle Engine and Rescue building, Hyde Park Historical Society Museum focuses on local history and displays donations from town citizens. It includes an exhibit from a US Army police battalion and offers local history books.
Situated on the Hudson River, Hyde Park Landing provides facilities for patrons to enter the river and moor vessels. The landing includes boat and jet ski docks, fishing and picnic access to the river, storage and moorings.
Listed as one of the 10 best US flea markets by the Huffington Post, Mower's Saturday Flea Market is open every Saturday during May through November. A two acre field becomes home to numerous arts, crafts, antique and produce vendors.