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Harriman State Park
Business Type: Skiing
Sloatsburg, 10974
Rockland County
(845)786-2701
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Located in Rockland and Orange counties, Harriman State Park is the second largest park in the NY Parks System, with 31 lakes and reservoirs, 200 miles of hiking trails, three beaches, two public camping areas, a network of group camps, miles of streams and scenic roads, and scores of wildlife species, vistas and vantage points. Harriman State Park's major facilities include Lakes Welch, Sebago, Tiorati and Silvermine, the Anthony Wayne Recreation Area, Sebago Cabins and Beaver Pond Campgrounds. Recreation opportunities include swimming, cross country skiing, picnicking, boat rentals, hiking, horseback riding, fishing and ice skating.

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Hessian Lake Figure Skating Club
Business Type: Ice Skating
5 Carlisle Court
New City, 10956
Rockland County
(845)638-4494
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Hessian Lake Figure Skating Club is a US Figure Skating Member, nestled in the heart of the Hudson River Valley. We pride ourselves on a diverse membership - spanning all age groups and interests.

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High Adventure Ski & Bike
Business Type: Skiing
1057 Troy Schenectady Road
Latham, 12110
Albany County
(518)785-0501
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Equipment and supplies.

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Hill Top Cycle, Kart & Ski Shop
Business Type: Skiing
199 Bedell Avenue
Highland, 12528
Ulster County
(845)883-7042
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Holiday Ski Shop
Business Type: Skiing
Main Street
Hunter, 12442
Greene County
(518)734-3694
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Equipment and supplies.

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Hommocks Park Ice Rink
Business Type: Ice Skating
Boston Post Road & Weaver Street
Larchmont, 10538
Westchester County
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Enclosed skating rink open to the public.

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Hudson Valley Ski Club
Business Type: Skiing
PO Box 1024
Poughkeepsie, 12602-1024
Dutchess County
(845)227-1123
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A group of individuals dedicated to the promotion of recreational skiing for the benefit of its members.

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Hunter Mountain Ski Bowl
Business Type: Skiing
64 Klein Avenue
Hunter, 12442
Greene County
(518)263-4223
FAX: (518)263-3704
Toll Free: (888)HUNTERMTN
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2hrs north of NYC in the Catskills. Vertical drop of 1,600, over 230 acres on 53 trails with fast lifts handling 15,500 skiers per hour.

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Ice Hutch Ice Rink
Business Type: Ice Skating
655 Garden Avenue
Mount Vernon, 10550
Westchester County
(914)699-6787
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Dome-covered ice rink and hockey facility. Figure skating, public skating, learn to skate classes and competitive ice hockey.

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Ice Time Sports
Business Type: Ice Skating
PO Box 333
Alligerville, 12489
Albany County
(845)567-0004
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Ice Time Sports Complex
Business Type: Ice Skating
21 Lakeside Road
Newburgh, 12550
Orange County
(845)567-0005
FAX: (845)567-0326
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The Hudson Valley's premier ice skating facility.

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J&Js Performance Snow Mobiles
Business Type: Snowmobiles
338 Stormville Mountain Road
Stormville, 12582
Dutchess County
(845)878-6827
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James Baird State Park
Business Type: Skiing
122D Freedom Road, Taconic State Parkway 1 mile no
Pleasant Valley, 12569
Dutchess County
(845)452-1489
Toll Free: (800)456-CAMP
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590 acres with athletic fields, children's play area, cross country skiing, driving range, educational programs, toilets, forest land, golf course, hiking/nature trails, open fields, picnic tables, food concessions, shelters & pavilions and tennis courts. Open daily 6am to 10pm.

  • Admission Fees & Permits - There are no admission or vehicular use fees, except for buses, to enter the park. Groups of 50 or more, or groups of any size who will take part in an unusual activity, not typically associated with park use, and any group which will possess alcoholic beverages must obtain permits in advance. All groups coming to the park, by bus must make a reservation and pay a vehicular use fee in advance.
  • Picnic Shelters - are available to accommodate groups of up to 300 persons. Shelters must be reserved to guarantee availability for events. There is a charge for reserved shelter use. Either full or half shelter reservations are accepted. Unreserved shelters are available on a first come-first served basis for no fee. Shelters have accessible restrooms, barbeque pits and individual parking lots.
  • Picnic Areas - both open and wooded, with tables and grills are located throughout the park. No reservations are required.
  • Restaurant in the Park - (914)473-5520 - Located in the golf course clubhouse, the restaurant offers fine dining at reasonable prices. Everyone is welcome. the restaurant offers a full menu including legal beverages and catering services. Daily specials, local produce and Dutchess County products are proudly offered. Information about events and area attractions is available in the tourism center. Hours of Operation: From the first Friday in April through Election Day and the week between Christmas and New Years, 7 days/week. 7am-9pm. Rest of the year Friday, Saturday and Sunday 9am-8pm.
  • Tennis - Four regulation asphalt tennis courts are available free, with no reservations necessary.
  • Golf - An 18 hole par 71 regulation course includes a clubhouse, driving range, practice green, pro shop, lessons, golf carts and pull carts. For Pro Shop services and driving range information, call (914)473-1052. The course is open from early April through mid-November. Reserve tee times for Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays and Holidays by calling (914)485-7358.
  • Hiking - is available on several miles of marked trails.
  • Playground - A modern, accessible playground is available with one section suitable for toddlers, and another for older children.
  • Softball - One softball field is available on a first come-first served basis. Equipment may be borrowed during Nature Center hours or by special arrangement.
  • Nature Center - A Nature Center is open 11am to 6pm on Saturday and Sunday late June through Labor Day. Displays include live and preserved specimens of fish and wildlife native to the park. Nature programs are based on a changing weekly theme. This is also where programs such as arts and crafts take place and patrons may borrow recreational equipment such as balls, rackets, bats and games, etc.
  • Cross-Country Skiing - Cross-country skiing is available over 3 miles of scenic wooded trails, as well as on the 300 acre golf course. Winter hours for the clubhouse warming area are Friday-Sunday, 9am-8pm. Port-a-Johns and trail maps are available 7 days a week. Learn to ski programs have become a regular feature of winter programming through the efforts of Restaurant in the Park operator Joseph Baldwin. Call (914)485-7358 for current ski conditions.
  • Farmers Market - Mid June to late October, Sundays 1-5pm, rain or shine. Fresh farm produce, baked goods, prepared foods, wines and crafts sold by local grower/producers.
  • Concert and Country Line Dancing Series - Every Sunday 1:30pm mid June to Late October, weather permitting. Concerts include country, folk and contemporary music. Country line dancing with professional instruction held the 4th Sunday of each month. Admission is free. Call (914)452-1489 for current schedule.

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Open dawn to dusk.

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Joe Fix-It's
Business Type: Ice Skating
20 West Main Street
Goshen, 10924
Orange County
(845)294-7242
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Bicycle repairs and dealers.

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John Boyd Thacher State Park
Business Type: Skiing
1 Hailes Cave Road
Voorheesville, 12186
Albany County
(518)872-1237
FAX: (518)872-9133
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Situated along the Helderberg Escarpment, one of the richest fossil bearing formations in the world. Even as it safeguards six miles of limestone cliff-face, rock-strewn slopes, woodland and open fields, the park provides a marvelous panorama of the Hudson-Mohawk Valleys and the Adirondack and Green Mountains. The park has an Olympic sized pool, basketball and volleyball courts, playgrounds, ball fields and numerous picnic areas with nine reservable shelters. Interpretative programs are offered year-round, including guided tours of the famous Indian Ladder Trail. There are over twelve additional miles of trails for summer hiking and mountain biking, and winter cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, hiking and snowmobiling.

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