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It’s New York! No, we don’t mean New York City - there’s a whole state out there for kids! As much as New York City is incredible with the Statue of Liberty and Empire State Building, and definitely worth a visit, that’s only the beginning!

Did you know that Adirondacks State Park is BIGGER than Glacier, Everglades, the Grand Canyon and Yellowstone COMBINED? Yep!  How can you go past the iconic Niagara Falls?   Did you think New York had some incredible caverns to explore? Just check out Howe Caverns, Garnet Mine or Secret Caverns - and that’s just the beginning!

There is even water adventures to be had with attractions like Tall Pine River Adventures and family fun adventure in nature with Bear Mountain.  If indoor adventure is what you’re looking for, New York has that too! Chelsea Piers, Funplex Funpark and the world’s tallest indoor ropes course with Palisades Climb Adventure!

Long Island has the white sands, Saratoga has incredible history….mountains, forests, water ways and adventure….all in New York State!

I heart New York indeed!

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  • New York State Zoo at Thompson Park

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    (31 miles) Watertown

    32 acres of beautiful, threatened or endangered animals, as well as the only zoo in the world to exhibit species native to New York State. A great day out for those animal loving families!

  • Aqua Zoo

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    (33 miles) Alexandria Bay

    America's only family owned and operated seasonal Aquarium! View over 50 sparkling clear exhibits of fresh and saltwater fish, coral and invertebrate from around the world! Touch live sea creatures! ...

  • St. Lawrence Islands National Park

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    (34 miles) Mallorytown

    Conceived in the 1870s, St. Lawrence Islands is a tiny jewel with a rich and complex natural and human history. The park is located in the heart of the Thousand Islands tourist area. Make St. ...

  • Boldt Castle on Heart Island

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    (34 miles) Alexandria Bay

    At the turn-of-the-century, George C. Boldt, millionaire proprietor of the world famous Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City, set out to build a full size rhineland castle in Alexandria Bay, on ...

  • Enchanted Forest Water Safari

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    (35 miles) Old Forge

    Enchanted Forest/Water Safari is New York's Largest Water Theme Park with a day of fun for the entire family! From splashtacular water rides, to classic amusement rides, fun food, exciting games, ...

  • 1000 Islands and Seaway Cruises

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    (35 miles) Brockville

    1000 Islands & Seaway Cruises offers adventure and traditional sightseeing cruises of this famed tourism region. Cruise in comfort and safety on 1 or 2 hours cruises aboard the high-speed catamaran ...

  • Brockville Museum

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    (35 miles) Brockville

    Situated in Brockville's historic downtown core, the Brockville Museum features exhibits and artifacts related to Brockville's rich Loyalist history and the city's development as a waterfront ...

  • Forwarders Museum

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    (40 miles) Prescott

    The building was used as an American Consul, a lawyer's office, a Laundromat until the Grenville Historical Society took it over in 1970. It is now the Forwarders' Museum; the only one of its kind ...

  • St Lawrence Shakespeare Festival

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    (41 miles) Prescott

    We want the whole family to enjoy our productions. To that end, we offer two Pay-What-You-Can evenings, $20 Wednesday matinees, reduced ticket price for Students and we will continue our committment ...

  • Old McDonalds Farm

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    (42 miles) Sackets Harbor

    Whimsically organised collections of loved animals, plus a whopping 4 inflatable playgrounds, pony and hay rides, and a minature golf course.

  • Arthur Child Heritage Museum

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    (43 miles) Gananoque

    The Museum provides the visitor with an inviting setting to reflect on the history of the area. The building is reminiscent of the original islands cottages and fabulous hotels that were built during ...

  • The Wild Center

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    (44 miles) Tupper Lake

    Aimed at children and families with loads of hands on and interactive elements, live exhibits and multi media shows, plus a truly natural outdoor play space, with piles of sticks, a fallen climbing ...

  • Adirondack Park

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    (52 miles) Saint Regis Falls

    The largest state park in the lower 48, this amazing 6 million acre park in Northern New York gives families an amazing outdoor adventure!

  • Fruition Farms

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    (54 miles) Kingston

    Acres of strawberries and more! Fruition Farm is located just 10 minutes from downtown Kingston. Come enjoy a variety of activities, starting with pick-your-own strawberries, raspberries and other ...

  • Rideau Acres Campground

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    (55 miles) Kingston

    Rideau Acres is an overnight and seasonal family campground, and is the closest campground to attractions such as, the Thousand Islands, Fort Henry, Bellevue House, the Miller Museum of Geology, the ...

  • Frontenac County Schools Museum

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    (57 miles) Kingston

    The Frontenac County Schools Museum began as a project to celebrate Kingston’s Tercentenary in 1973. A small group of retired educators spent many hours researching schools, photographing sites, ...

  • Fort Henry

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    (57 miles) Kingston

    Time travel back to the 1860's at one of Eastern Ontario's premier National Historic Sites - Fort Henry. Follow costumed interpreters on an hour long tour through limestone casements filled with ...

  • Boiler Room Climbing Gym

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    (58 miles) Kingston

    Check out this state-of-the-art indoor wall climbing facility. With 35 routes, 2 caves and 100 ft. tall chimney - Canada's highest indoor climb! Enjoy a safe and unique option for family recreation. ...

  • Marine Museum of the Great Lakes

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    (58 miles) Kingston

    Explore the Museum's four galleries which tell the story about the history of the Great Lakes and see ship models and underwater art facts. You can also tour the Pump House Steam Museum next door. ...

  • Canadas Penitentiary Museum

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    (58 miles) Kingston

    The exhibits try to portray life in prison as it was in the 19th-century to present day. In 2003 the Museum won the "Rand McNally Best of the Road" Award. One of only 27 sites in North America to do ...

  • Museum of Health Care

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    (58 miles) Kingston

    How did students learn about the human body without microscopes or x-rays in the 1700's? Learn about these things and more at the Museum of Health Care! During the summer months, walking tours ...

  • Agnes Etherington Art Centre

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    (58 miles) Kingston

    Eight beautiful galleries showcase contemporary, Canadian, European, and African art. The Gallery Shop features a great selection of children's art-related books and toys. Call about family programs.

  • Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area

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    (59 miles) Glenburnie

    A wonderful area to appreciate the outdoors and enjoy a picnic. Summer programs include, Day camps, many trails. The Outdoor Centre programs for families resume in the Fall.

  • Bellevue House National Historic Site

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    (59 miles) Kingston

    Bellevue House was once the home of Sir John A. Macdonald, Canada's first prime minister. Restored to the 1840s period, and staffed by costumed interpreters, the house and gardens are kept much as ...

  • Rideau Canal Museum

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    (62 miles) Smiths Falls

    This museum is the flagship interpretation and orientation centre for the entire Rideau Canal system. Five floors hold a unique blend of historic displays, artifacts & modern technology.

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