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A bowling alley and family amusement center, the Hoebowl Mardi-Bob features 52 lanes of bowling, available for open bowling and for tournaments and league play. The facility also features a snack bar and lounge.
Hudson Valley Wine Country is America's oldest wine making and grape-growing region. They offer hospitable winery tasting rooms where patrons can often meet the owners and taste award-winning wines made from classic European varieties, regional hybrids and fruit wines.
The attraction known as The Capt. Dave is actually a 50-foot, custom-built charter boat. Fishing tours make up the bulk of the boat's purpose, but it can also be chartered for a simple boating escape for those who wish to relax on the water.
The famous inventor Thomas Edison is showcased in many exhibits at the Thomas Edison Center at Menlo Park. The center itself consists of the large Art Deco Edison Memorial Tower and the small museum dedicated to the life and times of the inventor.
The oldest continuously operating theater in the state, the Bardavon Opera House was founded in 1869 and since then it has hosted more than 140 shows by worldwide known artists, such as Blondie, Joan Baez, Al Pacino, and Bill Cosby.
A tennis training facility, TennisMadeSimple offers both group and private tennis lessons for adults and juniors. It also provides camps and clinics along with equipment sales and racquet repair services including stringing and regripping.