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HVP August 2017

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18 Hudson Valley Parent n August 2017 Copake Falls at Taconic State Park Route 344, Copake Falls Swimming lake with driving platform and lifeguards. Activities include swimming, fishing, hiking and camping. Amenities include showers, toilets and lockers. $6 day use. Kingston Point Beach at Kingston Point Park Delaware Ave, Kingston This large sandy beach is perfect for families to spend the day. Activities include swimming, playground, boat launch, volleyball, picnic area, playground, concessions and bird watching. Warwick Beach Windemere Ave, Greenwood Lake Located at the Thomas P. Morahan Waterfront Park, the beach includes a sandy beach with picnic area, volleyball court, children's play area, lifeguards and restrooms. $5 residents/$10 non-resident day pass. Francis A Hanofee Park 136 Sunset Lake Rd, Liberty towno This beautiful, family-friendly park consists of an Olympic sized swimming pool, fishing lake, playground, picnic areas, trails, basketball, sand volleyball and more. TOP 4 SWIMMING HOLES SWIMMING.HVPARENT.COM W ho doesn't love to spend a day at the beach splashing around? Hudson Valley kids are all smiles this summer doing just that! Little ones threw on their goggles and sun hats, grabbed their shovel and pail and headed straight for the water. Swimming holes and beaches are hot spots for family fun during the summer months. Whether you come for the day and enjoy lunch at the picnic areas, float in the lake in your inner tube or build a big sand castle, a Hudson Valley beach is a great way to spend the day. Make a splash! Noël, 2.5 at Lake Taghkanic Leilani, 5 at Minnewaska State Park Leo, 5 & Lucy, 2.5 at Freedom Lake, LaGrange

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