- TripBuzz discovered 113 different types of activities for couples in the Cold Spring area, including Parks (like Foundry Dock Park), Art Gallery (like Carla Goldberg Studio Art), National & State Parks (like Hudson Highlands State Park) and Theaters (like Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 181 date ideas in or near Cold Spring, New York, including 167 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Poughkeepsie, Beacon, Newburgh and New Paltz.
Situated along the Hudson River, Little Stony Point Park provides beach access as well as clifftop views. The park features a one-mile loop trail that takes visitors along the shoreline and through wooded terrain.
Once home to a foundry that produced locomotives, West Point Foundry Preserve is now a nature preserve with several hiking trails that pass by historic structures. There is also a replica water wheel from the Industrial Revolution.
Located in Putnam County in Cold Spring, New York, the Putnam History Museum serves as a community resource to preserve the history of the county and the West Point Foundry. Visitors explore the area's history through events and displays.
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127 Warren Landing Road, Garrison, NY 10524 MoreLess Info
A 270 acre bird and wildlife habitat, Constitution Marsh Audubon Center and Sanctuary provide opportunities for hiking, bird watching, and photography. The center also offers guided tours, canoe trips, and an education center pertaining to the marsh.
The Garrison Art Center features a variety of art shows and exhibits, as well as classes and special events. Its goal is to promote the creation, exhibition, and enjoyment of art for individuals of all ages.
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584 Route 9D, Garrison, NY 10524 MoreLess Info
The preservation and interpretation of Russel Wright's modernist home and studio form the focus of the Manitoga / The Russel Write Design Center. Public tours cover the main house, studio, and inner landscape on Friday through Monday while visitors can freely hike through the area on their own.
One of Beacon's more challenging hikes, the Mount Beacon Incline Railway offers breathtaking views of New York. The railway is a historical piece of the area, and once at the top of the summit, the flat land offers great areas for picnics and photography.
Situated on an incline that follows the historic Beacon Incline Railway, Mt. Beacon Park's summit culminates in panoramic views of the Hudson Valley. Visitors can hike, picnic, bird-watch or explore ruins of the railway's powerhouse.