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100 Best Things to Do in New York 7/20

There is so much to do in New York State. New York City of course offers endless opportunities for fun and adventure, but the state also has mountains, lakes, and strong ties to history to explore. Here is the ultimate guide to the 100 best things to do in New York.


31. The Arnold House (Livingston Manor)

A beautiful, quaint getaway in the Catskills, the Arnold House has a gorgeous tavern, a spa, and beautiful guest rooms. It also has a surprisingly long list of activities to enjoy, including snowshoeing, horseback riding lessons, fishing boat tours, and alpaca farms tours. A weekend away here would be an unforgettable experience.


32. The Chesapeake Bay (Various)

There are endless possibilities of where to stay and what to do, but the Chesapeake Bay is a must see when in New York. It has history, trails, lighthouses, and endless outdoor activities. Plus, it’s absolutely beautiful. Spend a weekend getting to know the Chesapeake.


33. Fire Island National Seashore (Patchogue)

Close to New York City, Fire Island is a beautiful park that provides opportunities for swimming, cycling, hunting, fishing, hiking, and much more. They offer an extensive list of kid’s activities, too. You can spend a day in the park or camp out and enjoy an entire weekend.


34. The Erie Canal (Albany/Buffalo)

Completed in 1825, the Erie Canal is an engineering marvel that connects Lake Erie to the Hudson RIver. It covers a long span in the state, from the Lake Erie end at Buffalo to the Hudson River end at Albany. There are a few points of interest along the route, including the locks at Lockport, the Fairport Lift Bridge, and a state historic park. Spend an hour checking out one of the many locations along its path to see the historic canal.


35. Saratoga Spa State Park (Saratoga Springs)

There’s lots to do at the Saratoga Spa State Park, including golf, several swimming pools, cross country skiing, ice skating, a theater, two museums, and the Roosevelt Baths and Spas. You could easily spend a whole day here relaxing and enjoying the outdoors.



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