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Perched on top of 5,500 acres of unspoiled forest, this Colonial Dutch–style resort offers options for relaxation and boisterous family fun. Older kids (ages 10 and up) can tackle the Tree Top Adventure Course ($30–$60), which features several different zip-lines through the forest, and younger kiddos can ride one of the last remaining toboggan runs in the region. Family-friendly entertainment changes with the seasons, which includes activities such as ice skating, skiing and snowshoeing in winter; fishing and archery tag (a dodgeball-like game with safe, non-pointed bows and arrows) in the spring and fall, plus scavenger hunts, lawn games, crafts and campfires in the summer. Water babies can splash around in the indoor and outdoor pools or hit the beach at the resort’s swimming lake for an outdoorsy dip. You’ll want to dress up for a fancy dinner in the Windsor Dining Room and channel royalty during daily High Tea.