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Forsyth Park, Kingston

(4.5/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
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  • I have been to Forsyth Nature Center countless times and it is always a delightful experience. Great for kids and families or, like me, to walk through and admire the natural settings,t he rose garden...  more »
  • Small playground for kids. Zoo section with animals, birds etc. located in uptown Kingston close to Kingston plaza and Dietz stadium. 
  • This is a quiet and charming park for kids of all sizes and abilities. It has a wonderful playground that accomodates all children and ball fields. There is a petting zoo with various species, from re...  more »
  • Great place to bring the kids. The playground is extensive and interactive. The zoo is fun, clean and the animals are well behaved
  • I'd say this is far and away the best little park in Ulster County, if the zoo is included as part of it.
  • Great park for little kids. There is a small zoo that operates year round and is always free. They encourage kids to feed the animals with little signs like "popcorn" outside of the peafowl cage, and "apples" outside of the cow's pen etc. On Wed mornings the have a storytime and there are a lot of scheduled educational events as well. We went to an event in February where they taught us all about maple sugaring. There is also a field across from the zoo where festivals are held, and kids play ball or run around. Down from the field, there is a pavilion for eating lunch and a nice playground for younger kids. There are scheduled walks from the park on Tuesday mornings @ 9:00 during the summer for adults that explore other area parks and trails, and they also run a kayaking program on the Hudson River. All in all, it's pretty nice to see what the Forsyth Nature Center puts together for the people of Kingston and surrounding.
  • Lovely park. Recently renovated playground is beautiful with plenty of fun equipment for kids to play on.
  • My family love the zoo and the park