- TripBuzz found 117 things to do with kids in or near Saugerties, New York, including 99 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Kingston, Hyde Park, Hudson and Rhinebeck.
- From Kiwanis Ice Rink to Saugerties Village Beach & Playground, the Saugerties area offers 80 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Lighthouses, Theaters and Nature & Wildlife Areas.
- Partially located in the gorgeous green valley of Catskill Park is the city of Saugerties. Rich in early American history, the city features many historical structures including estates, stone homes and log cabins. Other points of interest include visiting the local zoo, shopping, river cruises and the local farmers market.
With a little effort and a hike up a gravel trail, your visit to Overlook Mountain will provide you with photo opportunities and breath-taking vistas. At the top, hikers can explore the ruins of an old hotel and climb the fire tower to see the landscapes.
Fun-E Farm is an indoor bounce house fun center operated and owned by parents. They offer multiple inflatable structures including slides, obstacle courses, belly bouncers, interactive bubbles and toddler bounces and are geared towards children aged 1 to 12.
The Ferncliff Forest is a community managed nature and wildlife preserve famous for its derrick-style tower that can be climbed for scenic views of the Hudson Valley area. The park also has many nature trails and allows camping by visitors.
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.
Featuring one of the largest collection of antique aviation equipment in the world, the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, features weekend airshows for fans of all ages. The aerodrome also features antique motorcycles, automobiles, and exhibits from the 'Golden Age of Aviation'.
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.
For visitors looking for a groovy time, the Woodstock Museum delivers in a unique way. Instead of behind-the-glass displays, guests will immerse themselves in live events, displays, and outreach programs that memorialize and honor the sixties culture.
Established in 2012, The Sports Cone is a family fun center and restaurant focusing on group parties and special events. Batting cages and miniature golf are featured, along with Go Karts and a full service Cafe.