Indoor Play Spots

We've picked the best play spots in the Hudson Valley that your family is sure to love!

Best indoor play spots for families

Rain, snow, hail, sleet...these are elements that can cancel a play date! But, when there is an indoor playground, all you need is a playtime partner. 

Most places are open at limited capacity. Please call or visit the location's website before you go.

Dutchess County:

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Bounce! Trampoline Sports. 2 Neptune Rd., Poughkeepsie. 845-206-4555. Bounce around on various indoor trampolines for kids and adults. Enjoy the Bounce Jr. area and set toddler time programs!

McCann Ice Arena. 14 Civic Center Plz., Poughkeepsie. 845-454-5800. Visit McCann Ice Arena for public ice-skating including Friday night party skate with music and new neon lights! Watch a hockey game or join one of our many figure skating or hockey programs, classes or clinics. Host your birthday party today.

Tyler, 12 at Bounce! Trampoline Sports in Poughkeepsie.

Chuck E. Cheese’s. 1895 South Rd., Poughkeepsie. 845-297-9500. Enjoy indoor games that help you win tickets to trade in for prizes. Enjoy a musical stage show from Chuck E. Cheese and all his furry friends! Food and drinks are available for purchase. Take out or delivery only at this time   

Hyde Park Roller Magic. 4178 Albany Post Rd., Hyde Park. 845-229-6666. Enjoy skating to the beat with the whole family! 

Mid- Hudson Children's Museum. 75 N. Water St., Poughkeepsie. 845-471-0589. Explore, learn and create with exhibits that get kids moving, exploring, building, pretending, collaborating, creating and discovering. 

DC Sports. 1630 Route 9, Wappingers Falls. 845-632-6621. Escape the elements with a PGA Tour Golf Simulator, an arcade, full-service sports bar, skee-ball, bumper boats, and indoor mini golf.

Mr. Todd's Gymnastics. 12 Olympic Way, Poughkeepsie. 845-473-3966. Sunday Morning Bounce from 9 to 11 am. Open to members ($10) and non-members ($12) of all ages, and includes bounce castles, rope swing, pre-school equipment and more!

Little Rascals Open Gym. Open October through April ONLY. 793 Route 52, Fishkill. 845-831- 3371. Open gym for toddlers 4 and under and caregivers to make new friends, run and play.

Adalyn, 2, at Mr. Todds Gym in Poughkeepsie

The Gravity Vault Indoor Rock Gyms: Open Monday through Friday 9am-10pm, Saturday and Sunday 9am-8pm. 6 Neptune Rd., Poughkeepsie. 845-462-1920. From party walls with fun shapes to steep boulder problems & pumpy lead routes, there's something fun and challenging for everyone!

Ulster County:

BC's New Paltz Climbing Gym. 234 Main St., New Paltz. 845-255-7625. Climbing the rock walls of this indoor facility offers fun for the whole family and for all ages! 

Noah, 7, at BC's New Paltz Climbing Gym in New Paltz. 

Wood ‘N  Wheel. 365 Rte. 9W., Ulster Park. 845-331-9680. Offering roller skating, laser tag, rock-climbing wall arcade and bumper cars. This place has fun for the whole family and for all ages, including a Tyke Time with bouncy houses for ages 6 and under. Open Nov. 7, 2020

Frida's Bakery & Café. 26 Main St., Milton. 845-795-5550. Enjoy some coffee with a sweet treat from this delicious bakery operated by the owners of Buttermilk Falls Inn & Spa while the kids play in the designated playroom. Temporarily closed due to pandemic

Anna, 7, and Max, 3, at Frida's Bakery & Café in Milton.

Little Ones Learning Center. 5142 Route 209, Accord. 845-626-4112. A fun and accessible place for children 0-6 to experience a combination of reading, play, song and crafts. Tuesdays, Wednesday and Saturdays from 10 am to noon and Wednesday 1-3pm. Curbside book lending only due to pandemic

Replace the Parks Program. 467 Broadway, Kingston. 845-481-7337. Drop-in play space at the Andy Murphy Midtown Neighborhood Center for pre-school aged children and their caregivers. Tuesdays through Thursdays, 9 am to 2 pm. Thursdays offers the Bookworms Program with stories and crafts with seniors.

Orange County:

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Quinnz Pinz. 13-19 Railroad Ave., Middletown, (845) 343-8121. Enjoy open bowling times, escape rooms, or let loose and have fun in the arcade.

Billy Beez USA. Galleria at Crystal Run, 1 North Galleria Dr., Middletown. 845-673-3352. The kid’s choice to run, jump and slide in this 26,000 square foot play arena. 

James, 20 months
at Billy Beez in Middletown

Pat Tarsio Lanes. 173 South Plank Rd., Newburgh. 845-562-5250. For over 50 years the Tarsio family has been giving local families affordable bowling fun. Enjoy a high energy entertaining experience with a night of cosmic bowling.

The Castle Fun Center. 109 Brookside Ave., Chester. 845-469-2116. Indoor/outdoor amusement park offering Ballocity, roller skating, laser maze, rock climbing, arcade, go karts, mini golf and much more. Indoor skating rink opening Nov. 4

Ice Time Sports Complex. 21 Lakeside Rd., Newburgh. 845-567-0005. Ice Time Sports Complex is the Hudson Valley’s premier ice skating and sports facility that hosts a variety of programs for figure skaters, hockey players and patrons of all ages. Come for public skating, stick time, host a birthday party and more.

Kids Club House. 628 County Rte. 1., Pine Island. 845 258-7780. A variety of kid clubs such as STEM, art and music, toddler classes, enrichment programs, birthday parties and date nights.

Pin Street. 154 Rt. 94 S, Warwick. 845-986-3565. A family-owned bowling center with 28 synthetic bowling lanes (bumpers always available), a full-service bar and food concession, an arcade room, and billiards. Handicap accessible.  

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Updated October 30, 2020

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