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Beacon Memorial Park is a cultivated urban park located in the town of Beacon in New York. Its location is just one of the reasons why the park is a popular destination for outdoor sports and activities, such as running and hiking. The park's landscape consists of large grass areas, with some forest sections and paved paths throughout. The park has an athletic field that is used as a venue for community athletic programs such as organized football and baseball; if you choose to visit, attending an event is just one of the activities at your disposal.

Beacon Memorial Park also has tennis courts and a dog park, and it's not far from the town's Main Street, where you can engage in shopping, stop for a coffee or meal, or take a relaxing walking tour of the town to enjoy the sights. One of the attractions you won't want to miss is the town's flea market, also located on Main Street. Keep your Beacon camper rental close by, and you won't have to carry your purchases around. Slightly farther out of town, there is a water park where adults and families can while away an afternoon.

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Getting Outdoors

There's lots to explore when you rent an RV in Dutchess County, New York. Harriman State Park is one of the largest outdoor recreational sites in the area, with more than two dozen lakes and reservoirs, hundreds of miles of hiking trails, beaches, camping areas, scenic roads, and much more. The park began as an experiment conducted by an interstate park commission building group camps. Today, many of these camps still exist and are used by numerous non-profit organizations to provide outdoor experiences to young children and other groups. It's an idyllic destination for hiking, fishing, and biking, and for winter sports such as ice skating, ice fishing, and cross-country skiing.

Minnewaska State Park Preserve is a rocky and rugged landscape located along the Shawangunk Ridge; head here with your Beacon motorhome rental, and you will find sheer cliffs and ledges supporting numerous waterfalls, crystalline sky lakes, and hardwood forests descending down into valleys with clear streams. Some activities in the park are seasonal, such as rock climbing, bouldering, and cross-country skiing; you can also enjoy hiking, biking, and swimming. Those who know how can also go scuba diving in the lakes.

Hudson Highlands is another place to check out while renting an RV in the area. It accommodates a long list of hiking trails that vary in length and difficulty, so there is something for everyone regardless of your ability. The more difficult trails are located north of Highway 301, while the easier trails are located to the south. The southern section of the park is divided by the Appalachian Trail, which extends much farther in both directions. Parts of some of the trails run alongside the Hudson River.

Camping near Beacon Memorial Park

There aren't any campsites at Beacon Memorial Park, but there are numerous campgrounds nearby. One of your potential choices is Fahnestock State Park Campground, a fairly rustic RV campground with access to a park beach and boat launch, a picnic area, and a nature trail. On weekends, the campground staff offer group activities to the campground guests and lead educational hikes. Guests staying here during the winter can ice fish or go cross-country skiing.

Across the Hudson River, Highland Falls RV Park & Marina is open year-round. You can rent campsites here by the day, week, or month; all of the campsites have full hookups and access to WiFi. The campground is perfectly located for visiting many different local attractions, such as Highland Falls Military Museum, Fort Montgomery, and Stony Point Battlefields, arts centers and wineries, and much more.

Exploring the Area

Fishkill is a larger town with many local landmarks; one of them is a Jeet Kune Do school dedicated to martial arts master, Bruce Lee; you can drop in to observe if you wish. The town has shopping and dinner theater venues, a golf course, a water park and wellness center, and much more. Its dining scene is varied, offering quick and inexpensive takeout establishments, fine dining, and everything in between. You can choose Italian, Indian, and Mexican food, seafood restaurants, steakhouses, and more.

Poughkeepsie is a fairly large city located between New York City and Albany. Poughkeepsie has numerous landmarks such as a heritage center and county courthouse, a post office, a civic center, and several colleges. There's a commercial farm you can visit, art galleries, an opera house, and much more. The city's restaurant industry has many venues that range from inexpensive to moderately priced and a wide variety of cuisines to choose from, so you may want to dine out here several times to see as many of them as you can.

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