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Guide to Glens Falls Region Parks

Find a park in the Glens Falls region and enjoy miles of nature trails, prime paddling spots, and more outdoor recreation year-round. Learn a bit about local history on the Glens Falls Feeder Canal Trail, and see the inspiration for "The Last of the Mohicans" at Cooper's Cave. From parks to preserves to playgrounds to historical hotspots, the Glens Falls area has it all. 

Glens Falls City Park
Glens Falls, NY
Visit Glens Falls City Park, in the heart of Hometown USA, to take a stroll or listen to live music at the bandstand.
Glens Falls Feeder Canal Trail
Glens Falls, NY
The Glens Falls Feeder Canal is a 9-mile path for walkers, runners, and bikers that travels from Queensbury, NY to Fort Edward, NY along the original 19th century canal system.
Feeder Canal Park
Queensbury, NY
The Feeder Canal is one of the region's most historic waterways, and Feeder Canal Park is located along the canal in Queensbury, NY. Visitors can enjoy picnicking and access to the canal tow path trail at the park.
Meadowbrook Preserve
Queensbury, NY
Meadowbrook Preserve in Queensbury, NY is a 44-acre recreational park featuring a 1.75-mile trail system that is open for hiking, mountain biking, snowshoeing during winter, and more outdoor fun.
Rush Pond Way Trail
Queensbury, NY
Explore the 2.6-mile Rush Pond Way Trail in Queensbury, NY! This nature site connects West Mountain Road and Fox Farm Road and is accessible by hikers, mountain bikers, cross-country skiers, and snowshoers. Leashed dogs are welcome!
Glen Lake Canoe Launch
Queensbury, NY
The Glen Lake Canoe Launch is located off Exit 20 on I-87, just 1.3 miles from the Six Flags Great Escape intersection. Access from the launch is restricted to canoes and kayaks.
Cooper's Cave
Glens Falls, NY
Come explore Cooper's Cave on the Hudson River in Glens Falls NY!
Hudson Pointe Nature Preserve
Queensbury, NY
The Hudson Pointe Nature Preserve in Queensbury, NY, is an 83-acre nature preserve that features a series of marked recreational trails and scenic views of the nearby Hudson River.
Hudson River Park
Queensbury, NY
Open from April through October, Hudson River Park is a public recreational park in Queensbury that offers visitors access to a 6-mile stretch of the Hudson River.
Murray St. Park
Glens Falls, NY
Murray Street Park, located in Glens Falls, offers a playground, basketball court and baseball field.
Montcalm Street Park
Glens Falls, NY
Montcalm Street Park is a great place for sports and recreational activities!
East Field
Glens Falls, NY
East Field, located on Dix Avenue in Glens Falls, NY, is a multi-use outdoor recreational facility used by sports teams, groups, and local residents. It features a baseball field/football stadium, a pool, small playground, and more.
Ridge/Jenkinsville Park
Queensbury, NY
The 80-acre Ridge/Jenkinsville Park in Queensbury is home to a variety of local sports leagues who utilize the park's athletic fields and facilities. The park also features a playground, picnic tables, and more.
West End Park
Queensbury, NY
Located in Queensbury, NY, West End Park is a small public park that features a variety of facilities and is open seasonally for recreational activities.
Crandall Park & Cole's Woods
Glens Falls, NY
Crandall Park is one of the greatest treasures of Glens Falls, offering saucer sledding and ice skating in the winter and playgrounds, basketball, tennis, and exploring of Cole's Woods in the warmer months.
Hovey Pond Park
Queensbury, NY
Located at Hovey Pond, Hovey Pond Park is a 10-acre nature park featuring beautiful floral gardens, picnic tables, a playground, a handicapped accessible fishing dock, and more amenities.
Haviland Cove
Glens Falls, NY
Note: Haviland Cove Park & Beach Haviland Cove Park & Beach is only open to Warren County residents at this time.
Gurney Lane Recreation Area
Queensbury, NY
The Gurney Lane Recreation Area in Queensbury offers a wide range of seasonal fun, including swimming in a pool, mountain biking on a trail network, and snowshoeing on nature trails.