Fort Drum

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13/08/2011
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Christina D says:
April 7, 2011 at 6:48 am

Fort Drum has really good sports activities for the kids, I do wish there was more to do during the winters here we get so much snow and it gets so cold. It would be great if we had more into things for kids to do.


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Candace N says:
April 7, 2011 at 6:44 am

There are several places nearby to take the kids. Just on post there are several play areas, a bowling alley, movie theater, and parks. Watertown also offers several things.


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Heidi A. says:
April 7, 2011 at 6:11 am

There is a local zoo, a skating ring, a movie drive in, rivers and many trails. During the winter there is a Ski lodge, ice skating, many winter sports and sledding. There is a movie theater, bowling alleys as well. Not too far away is a place called Old McDonalds Farm along with several apple orchards!


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Leeann says:
June 15, 2010 at 10:37 am

There were a lot of outdoor parks that were really nice for kids. The one on base was behind Pine Planes Gym and was separated into age groups. The toddler area was really nice, my 19mo old could do almost all of it by the time we left and had explored the bigger kid areas with supervision. Pine Planes also had a kiddie swimming pool that was heated and shallow for letting the little kids play without putting them in the big pool with life preservers. We lived off post, so I brought my son to the Carthage Park all the time. It was really nice, a big wooden structure with slides and such all over it. We could stay there for hours when it didn?ǨѢt get too hot. Wescott beach was nice for letting kids swim. It was pretty shallow and only about 30mins from base, just beyond the main stretch of Watertown. there was also Thompson Park in Watertown that was another large play area. It had a lot of paved walking trails around it that were shady and nice for taking a strole with the stroller. The community centers have playgrounds indoor and out. They are nice in the winter because it is a heated place to take kids to let out some energy. We joined a playgroup that met at these locations at least once a week unofficially.


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