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House New Kingston
e.g. 2/7 - 2/14 (Mon - Mon)
$291 per night
House ∙ 10 guests ∙ 4 bedrooms
4.9
"Excellent" (19 ratings)
New Kingston, Middletown, New York, United States
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House Pool New Kingston
$785 per night
House ∙ 9 guests ∙ 4 bedrooms
4.9
"Excellent" (23 ratings)
New Kingston, Middletown, New York, United States
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House Balcony/Patio New Kingston
$193 per night
House ∙ 8 guests ∙ 4 bedrooms
4.8
"Excellent" (15 ratings)
New Kingston, Middletown, New York, United States
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Kingston Information

About Kingston

Kingston, a midsized town 90 miles north of New York City, is an artistic and historic city. Controlled by the Netherlands from 1609 to 1664, Kingston has a rich Dutch history and retains some of its influence today. In 1664, after the Dutch lost “New Netherland” to England in the Second Anglo-Dutch War, New York was established and Kingston became the first state capital. From well-maintained historical sites to boat tours on the Hudson River, Kinston has something to offer every traveler. In the wintertime, Kingston has a Sinterklaas Send-Off Celebration. In this 300-year-old Dutch tradition, children are honored as “bringers of the light” during the darkest time of the year, and they are transformed into Kings and Queens for the day!

Things to do in Kingston

Old and new come together at the Kingston Uptown Historic District. Travelers can take a self-guided tour past Revolutionary War-era landmarks and then enjoy lunch at one of the many quaint restaurants. During the summer months, there is a farmer’s market and many opportunities to listen to live music! Animal lovers of all ages will enjoy the Forsyth Nature Center. With 24 animal exhibits and 12 gardens, visitors will get a taste of the local wildlife. Since 1936, the Forsyth Nature Center has appealed to locals and visitors with its educational exhibits, guided nature tours, and diverse gardens. Kingston’s proximity to the Hudson River provides visitors many opportunities to go boating. For sightseeing, live music, and relaxation, try Hudson River Cruises, Inc. or one of many sailboat cruises. More independent travelers may be inclined to rent a kayak or canoe and explore at their own pace!

Day Trips from Kingston

One day New York City will give you a just a taste of all that it has to offer and perhaps entice you to come back for a longer trip. Take a stroll through Central Park, peruse some of the most famous art in the world at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and head to the Lower East Side for a huge variety of restaurants and bars. A visit to the Kaaterskill Wild Forest will provide travelers with numerous options for hiking, biking, and other outdoor recreation. Hiking the moderate half-mile Kaaterskill Falls Trail will reward visitors with views of the highest two-tiered waterfall in New York. More adventurous trekkers can choose from numerous hiking trails that take them up to panoramic views of the Catskill Mountains. Try Wittenberg Mountain for a challenging, yet rewarding, hike. Kaaterskill Wild Forest also allows camping, hunting, snowmobiling, and more.

Kingston Accommodations

A quick search on Tripping.com brings up nearly 150 vacation rentals in Kingston. Stately Colonial homes dot the Hudson River, providing the perfect serene getaway. Be sure not to miss the vibrant colors of fall foliage with a property tucked into the mountains!

Transportation in Kingston

Kingston is accessible from the North and South on U.S. Route 9W and from the West via Interstate 587. The nearest international airport is Bradley International Airport, 90 miles away from Kingston. Local visitors can access Kingston by the Kingston-Rhinecliff ferry.

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