Park Volunteers were busy this year
keeping the Park in shape for over 50
- - Dix Bridge
- - Riverwalk Sensory Trail
- - Alfred Z. Solomon Kayak Launch
- - Triathlon
- - Colin's Cure 5k
- - Sprint for Warriors 5K
- - Saratoga Co. Veterans Trust Fund 5K
- - Children's Nature ½ mile Run
- - Towpath Tuesdays
- - Bike Rides
Fun & Learning:
- - Recycled Art Salon Show
- - Nature Walks
- - Park Tours
- - River Watch
- - Student Tours
- - Scout events and work days
- - Cardboard Boat Races
Picnics & Parties
- - Birthdays
- - Reunions
- - Employee Picnics
- - Collector Car Meetings
- - Wedding
Canal Trail Work Days
MONTHLY MEETINGS are held at the Saratoga Town Hall in Schuylerville
from 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm on the LAST WEDNESDAY of each month EXCEPT
for November and December. The last meeting of the year is held first Wednesday
in December, at the same location. The public is always welcome.
Located just north of Schuylerville, on New York State Historic Scenic Byway, U.S. Route 4
The Park is open from dawn to dusk everyday year-round.
Welcome to Hudson Crossing Park
Our mission is to tie environmental responsibility to economic revitalization,
and to engage people of all ages in making informed choices for a sustainable future.
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Make Your Own
Sunday Afternoon In
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Hudson Crossing Park
P.O. Box 144
Schuylerville, NY 12871
Hudson Crossing Park is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation. It is non-sectarian and does not
discriminate against persons of any race, color, sexual orientation, gender, religion, national or
ethnic origin, or those with disabilities, respecting the dignity and worth of all individuals.
Hudson Crossing Park GPS is:
N 43 degrees 06.774 W 073 degrees 34.633
Cardboard Boat Races
Sunday, June 8th
Registration is Open
& Volunteers Needed
Creatures & Carvings
Park Advisory: ALL DOGS MUST BE LEASHED and under the control of their handler. Pet waste must
be removed from the park. Please be responsible for your pets and keep the Park clean for others.
The Old Bridge is OPEN and folks love it!
Can you identify these birds by their song? How about by the way they feel?
Thanks to local Artist and Blacksmith, Leif Johnson, our sensory trail will have life sized hand crafted sculptures of these birds that
you can touch. Soon we will have a page to display his work. Click any bird to learn more about it and hear it's song.
To produce the right size and feel for his bird sculptures, Leif used resources
shared by the Pember Museum of Natural History in Granville, NY.
But... Can you find them in the park?
Click the sheet above and print it. When you find one
of the birds, scan the QR code to learn about it and
hear the song it makes. Maybe a live one near by will
answer the sounds?
What a year...
Visits are up, events are up, the Dix Bridge and the Reiverwalk Sensory Trail are open,
we have projects started and pavilion reservations already made to bring us into 2014.
Increased activity creates an increased need for maintenance.
WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT
As we are not permitted to charge for the use of our facilities, we need to reach out to
you for financial support. Your tax deductible donation or your time will help us to
maintain the Park and continue to grow it into the educational and recreational destination
it was designed to be.
A Special Thank You to a few Garden Donors
Hudson Crossing Park would not look as good as it does without our hard working
volunteers and the garden related donations we receive to beautify the Park.
I thought I'd share with you a video I
just put on YouTube this morning after
the most amazing walk through the
park earlier this week. ... I am so
grateful for this incredible local
resource that I enjoy at least a few
times a week!
River Bliss Photography
Thanks Again Hudson Crossing Park and EVERYONE who made this
HUNDREDS of sleds have enjoyed this awesome resurrection already.
Thanks Chris Komarony for the great picture.
From everyone at Hudson Crossing Park, THANKS to the
SnoBlazers for protecting the base of the bridge and making it
a winter asset for the entire region.
Susan, so many volunteers work to make Hudson Crossing Park, what it is. Thank you for taking the
time to capture and share the beauty that is there. Your comments and work are inspiring.
This week we lost one of our longest serving supporters, volunteers,
and Board Members.
Louise Landry passed away but her contributions to Hudson Crossing Park will continue to
grow. She and Chip helped a small group of individuals brain storm the ideas that planted the
seed of HCP even before the place had a name. She helped with the original Dix Bridge Art
Show that was the cornerstone of a public awareness campaign and, as always, along with
Chip, was instrumental in initiating the Dix Bridge restoration project. A staunch supporter of
the Park, she was always ready to lend a hand.
Click the candle to see more about her arrangements.