Peekskill's Spins Hudson Is Open for Business, and Fun

Enormous entertainment center opens on Peekskill riverfront.


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Brand-new Spins Hudson on the Peekskill waterfront boasts 40K sq ft of space to cut loose and have a great time. Attractions include a four-level aerial ropes course and a two-story laser-tag arena.

As part of Peekskill’s ongoing redevelopment — and upping the county’s Wow! factor overall — Spins Hudson is now open for business, and lots of fun, at the Charles Point Marina on the Peekskill waterfront.

The 40,000 sq ft entertainment complex features a host of activities and attractions, including a four-level aerial ropes course, two-story professional laser tag arena with sizeable top industry arcade, and full-size bocce and shuffleboard courts.

In addition to the entertainment center, Spins Hudson will feature not only a 14,000 sq ft event venue called Factoria but also a satellite location of Elmsford-based Captain Lawrence Brewery.

Officially launched in late June, the sprawling facility is a joint venture between Spins Bowl — which has New York locations in Carmel, Mount Kisco, Poughkeepsie, and Wappingers Falls — and Peekskill developer Louie Lanza’s Hudson Valley Hospitality Group, which operates local venues that include The Hudson Room and Taco Dive Bar, and has been a major player in the push to expand and revitalize Peekskill as a cultural destination.

 

 

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