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The Weather in Kingston
This is the climate diagram in Kingston. July is the warmest month of the year in Kingston with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 86°. On the contrary, the coolest month is February. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Delve into American history with a Kingston vacation rental
Kingston, New York invites vacationers to stay in stunning vacation rentals as unique as each visitor. Dating back to New York's founding (Kingston was the state's first capital), many of buildings in Kingston are rife with American history. Kingston also provides a peaceful retreat in the Hudson Valley, with rentals secluded within the gorgeous wooded area. There are designer homes, cottages in the woods, apartments in sprawling Victorian villas, and spacious vacation rentals along the river.
What's on the menu in Kingston?
French food is a favorite in Kingston. Two locations compete for the best French restaurant in the area: Le Cenard Enchaine and Le Petit Bistro. Those staying in vacation homes should try both and compare.
For a more traditional, American-style restaurant, The Tasting Room at Gendron Catering in Rhinebeck is worth the trip across the river. In town, make sure to visit the Hoffman House for Continental fine dining. Kingston also has two Italian restaurants of note: Christina's and Frank Guido's Little Italy. Both provide vegetarian and gluten-free dishes.
Museums and history
In Kingston, one can forgo the traditional museum and stroll through an entire historical strip. The Kingston Uptown Historic District offers vacationers a window into what life was like not too long ago. At the Hudson River Maritime Museum, visitors can learn about shipping and trade on the river. Lastly, make sure to visit the fascinating Senate House State Historic Site, a museum housed in a key site in New York's history, dating all the way back to the Revolutionary War.
The natural side of life
One of the major reasons for families to stay in Kingston is to visit the beautiful Forsyth Park and Nature Center. There is a big playground for the kids as well as an animal sanctuary (home to llamas, tortoises and more). Afterwards, everyone can relax with a picnic lunch in the park.
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