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44 Hudson Valley Parent n June 2014 Rocking Horse Ranch has been one of the nation's top family resorts. The horses themselves are the main attractions, with rides offered for every experience level. But the resort also features a spa, archery, mini golf, rock climbing, hiking, tennis, basketball, pools, water skiing and much more. And since the resort is all-inclusive, your meals, horse rides and activities are all included in the cost of your room. Details: The resort is located at 13 Pancake Hollow Rd. in Highland. Prices vary according to length of stay and season; many seasonal special packages are also available. Call 1-800-647-2624 or visit rocking- for more informa- tion. Discover the relief you desire for you and your child! • Structural Correction focuses on changing the body naturally. • Address the cause of: scoliosis, migraines, body pain, lack of energy and more • Stop treating symptoms. We help fi x the problem. FREE Consultation 845-485-5656 205 South Avenue, Suite 107 • Poughkeepsie Summer Riding Program 2014 3206 Rt. 9W New Windsor, NY 12553 (845) 561-5227 301 Main Street Beacon, NY 12508 (845) 831-5995 ORANGEPEDIATRICCARE.COM Now is the perfect time to schedule your physicals! Save time, complete before Summer! Please call us and set up your next appointment today. ORANGE PEDIATRIC CARE, P.C. "Quality, Compassionate, Personalized care you and your child will know and trust!" 5 DESTINATIONS (Continued from Page 43) Been there, done that? The resort's newest feature is their Big Splash indoor water park; heated at 85 degrees for a "summer all year long" experience and including a 250-foot-long Gold Rush Flume. In the winter, Rocking Horse Ranch offers skiing, ice skating, horse drawn sleigh rides and 500-foot-long timber chutes for tubing. Big Bear Ziplines Doesn't ziplining seem like some- thing exotic that you have to travel far away for? The Beisiegel family thought so, too. That's why they opened Big Bear Ziplines in Hyde Park back in January 2011; it's quick- ly become a top area attraction and was awarded The Dutchess County Economic Development Corporation's "Business Excellence Tourism" award. Their 3-hour tour will have you zip- ping across 4,000 feet of cable spread out over eight ziplines. Details: Big Bear Ziplines is lo- cated at 817 Violet Ave. in Hyde Park. Tour times and prices vary by season, call 888-947-2294 or visit for booking and more information. Been there, done that? Every October, Big Bear turns their 50 acres of land into a haunted forest and offers Zombie Ziplining af- ter dark, combining the thrills of ziplining with the chills of a haunted house. Plus, as their website help- fully points out, "Zombie Ziplining is great for people with a fear of heights since you can't really see how high up you are." Bannerman Island Commuters along the Hudson Line — or anyone who drives down Route 9D between Beacon and Cold Spring on a regular basis — are familiar with

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