Discover the best top things to do in Garnerville, United States including Nyack Beach State Park, Bear Mountain State Park, The Stony Point Battlefield Lighthouse, Paramount Hudson Valley, High Tor State Park, Rockland Bakery, Palisades Climb Adventure, Lucas candies, The Great Jack-O-Lantern Blaze, Provident Bank Park.
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4.5 based on 112 reviews
Immediate tranquility arises from the gorgeous views, hikes, nature, picnic spots. Clean rest rooms and happy visitors from all nations. Close to heaven. Close to home.
4 based on 504 reviews
What a great park to visit just wish perkins memorial tower was open at this time of year. The zoo is free and absolutely amazing with tiny little museums scattered about and fort clinton and indian camps within the zoo. There is also an amazing view of bear mt bridge. A total must see. The other trail right of the zoo was just as cool, it leads you down the mountain to the hudson excursion docks with another cool view of the bridge. And there is a really cool spot to watch the freight trains go by super close!
4 based on 54 reviews
Oldest lighthouse on the Hudson and only preserved Revolutionary War battleground in the lower Hudson Valley.
History has a way of sometimes glorifying certain aspects (Battle of Yorktown, Valley Forge), which are very important factors in the battle of Independence, but somehow other areas without “trendy or fashionable”names are overlooked (Setauket, Battle of Long Island or Stoney Point). We visited Stoney Point on July 16, which was the 237th anniversary of the Continental Army retaking this fort. The story is pretty much a afterthought of the Revolutionary War, but showed how after years of losses and missteps the Army pulled off a daring assault of a fort that the British occupied to control the Hudson River and was one of the last northern battle during the war. It actually is spotlighted in an episode of 'Turn'. Stony Point was also the west port of the Kings Ferry to Verplanck Point on the east port which British General Andre' used when transporting information from Benedict Arnold About West Point. The site just got a little more interesting now. The site is maintained by the New York Park service, which has a museum with factual information about the battle, 2 Short hiking trails and the Stony Point Lighthouse which is the the oldest Lighthouse on the Hudson River. Throughout the year the Park Service has displays and reenactments that relate to the Revolutionary Era.
4.5 based on 93 reviews
A 1930s theater.
This theater is a throwback to the old movie theaters that existed in my childhood. Extraordinarily beautifully decorated and furnished, large selection of various entertainment venues, large number of seats, a balcony, large public parking, many great restaurants within walking distance to theater. If you want to go to a wonderful theater that would remind you of the 50's and earlier, and not travel to the city, this is the place to go to after attending one of the numerous great restaurants found around the theater. Do not miss.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
The park contains two small mountains, and is closed for much of the year.
However the Long Path goes through it and directions for parking, etc can be found on the website of the New York – New Jersey Trail Conference.
In addition to hiking, swimming and picknicking are available in season.
The park is traversed by a 3.5-mile section of the Long Path. In addition, a woods road leads north from the parking lot to cross the Long Path along the ridge top and continues north to the top of the promontory known as Little Tor.
There are good views of the Hudson River and from a couple of vantage points New York City. This winter day, the views were splendid.
5 based on 434 reviews
I cannot recall when we bought better bread a croissants. Not only is the produce of high quality but extremely well priced. Well worth a visit. Be prepared to wait, this is a very busy store!
4.5 based on 106 reviews
The World’s Tallest Indoor Ropes Course. Our ropes course stands 85 feet tall and contains 5 levels of ropes! Visitors will encounter over 75 different obstacles!Only $19.99 + tax!
If you don’t have a fear of heights this is for you! 4 floors of climbing adventure. There is a zip line. Very reasonably priced. Well staffed and safe. Fun for young and old. They even have a small course that our 4 year old...MoreThanks for the review. So glad you all enjoyed the birthday celebration. See you next time.
4.5 based on 19 reviews
Lucas Candies has been around since 1896! It is a Haverstraw Landmark. You must visit this chocolate shop if your travels take you to the village of Haverstraw.
The chocolate here is perfect.............aromatic, sweet, rich, decadent, delicious, and addicting.
They have been around for 120 years, so they must be doing something right! Go here for the quality of the chocolate and the excellent customer service!
4.5 based on 230 reviews
The tri-state area's biggest, most exciting, most electrifying Halloween event features than 5,000 individually hand-carved, illuminated jack o' lanterns in this elaborate walk-through experience. Meander through an historic, 18th-century riverside landscape and discover a breathtaking display - all made of jack o' lanterns! THE GREAT JACK O'LANTERN BLAZE IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED UNTIL SEPTEMBER 28.
We really enjoyed the walk-thru pumpkin blaze! It took us about 45 minutes to walk through with our 1 year old and 3.5 year old! They seemed to enjoy it! Dress warm with hats and gloves as it gets cold; it was about 35 degrees when we went to the 6:30pm time slot on November 12th! Also, get there about 30 minutes early so that you could get the kids in their warm gear! We didn’t use a stroller, but kind of wish we brought one!
4.5 based on 27 reviews
The Boulders minor league team is a fun way to spend an evening....take the entire family...tickets are very reasonable, all seats are great, activities for the young, lots of promotions and believe it or not...food is really good at this stadium.
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