Guide to Glens Falls Region Parks

Find a park in the Glens Falls Region! There is something for everyone in Queensbury, Glens Falls, South Glens Falls and other area towns and villages. Great for picnics, fishing, sports, recreation or other entertainment, area parks are the perfect spot to enjoy the outdoors. Enjoy the beauty of nature; explore through the caves and see the inspiration for The Last of the Mohicans; play sports at recreational park located in the area. Some Glens Falls parks in the region even have camping and beaches on the Hudson River! What are you waiting for? Search the Glens Falls area parks below and get out there!

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
Cooper's Cave Glens Falls, NY
Come explore Cooper's Cave on the Hudson River in Glens Falls NY!
Hovey Pond Park Queenbury, NY
Between Glenwood & Lafayette, you'll find Hovey Pond, where kids love to find families of ducks hiding under benches, explore nature on the wooden walkway which oversees a spectacular marsh and play on the playground.
Meadowbrook Preserve Queensbury, NY
A 44 acre multi use park; 1.5 miles of marked trail for walking, hiking, mountain biking, cross country skiing and snowshoeing.
Freedom Park
Freedom Park in Queensbury is a great playground for younger kids from toddlers to 9 years old. The ground is made from recycled tires and makes a soft bouncy landing ground for children.
Hudson Pointe Nature Preserve Queensbury, NY
83 acres for walking, hiking, mountain biking and snowshoeing with fishing in the Hudson River.
South Queensbury Park - 6 Miles from Downtown Glens Falls Queensbury, NY
South Queensbury Park is run by the Queensbury Parks & Recreation Department and located on Dix Avenue and open for year-round use.
Murray St. Park Glens Falls, NY
Murray Street Park, located in Glens Falls, offers a playground, basketball court and baseball field.
East Field Glens Falls, NY
East Field Park, located off of Dix Avenue in Glens Falls NY, is a venue for many local sports teams to play.
Crandall Park & Cole's Woods Glens Falls, NY
One of the greatest treasures of Glens Falls, offering tubing, ice skating and cross country skiing in the winter and playgrounds, basketball, tennis and exploring of Coles Woods in the summer.
Haviland Cove Glens Falls, NY
Haviland Cove Park & Beach is a beautiful destination in Warren County, NY. Centrally located off of Exit 18 in Glens Falls.
Feeder Canal Park Glens Falls, NY
Feeder Canal is one of the vital sections of New York State's historic waterways.
Glens Falls Feeder Canal Trail Glens Falls, NY
Thinking of taking a ride on the Glens Falls Feeder Canal Trail? There are great biking trails right in Glens Falls along the canal. Find out more information about the Glens Falls Feeder Canal Trail!
Montcalm Street Park Glens Falls, NY
Montcalm Street Park is a great place for sports and recreational activities!
Gurney Lane Pool - 6 Miles from Downtown Glens Falls Queensbury, NY
Gurney Lane Pool is just 15 minutes south of Lake George. The large outdoor swimming pool w/diving area has a beautiful bathhouse & a children's play area as well as picnic area w/ BBQ grills. Children under 5 and seniors: Free. 5 years & older: $5.

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    Learn more about the town of Fort Edward in Upstate NY!
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    Learn more about the Village of South Glens Falls - a close knit community located in Upstate NY!

Regional Events

  • 6th Annual Winter Raptor Fest in Greenwich, NY
    Experience the wonder of flight when Friends of the IBA's 6th annual Winter Raptor Fest returns to the Washington County Grasslands on May 14 & 15. Exciting Live Bird of Prey programs introduce you to many of our native owls, hawks and falcons, including some of our most endangered species! This year's highlights include Adirondack Wildlife Refuge live wolf and coyote programs and Jonathan Wood’s The Raptor Project. Wood takes you on a raptor safari with the largest traveling collection of birds of prey found in the world! See and learn about more than a dozen birds of prey found on every habitat on the planet, from falcons and owls weighing 2-3 ounces to Bald, Golden and White-tailed Eagles with 7 - 8 foot wingspans!
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  • The Lake Theatre "Fun"draiser
    We invite you to kick off your weekend with some laughs while helping support us by attending our first ever “FUN”DRAISER. Join us for an evening of socializing, a silent auction, a live auction, a hilarious “garage sale” auction, a 50/50 raffle, a live performance of “SPONTANEOUS BROADWAY” by THE MOP AND BUCKET IMPROV TROUPE and a “NAME THAT SHOW” contest (with gifts to the winners) that will test your knowledge of our 49-year history.
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  • 12th Annual Tour of the Battenkill
    The 12th Annual Tour of the Battenkill is America's largest one-day Pro/Am cycling race. Cyclists compete over 65+ miles of rolling terrain on both dirt and paved roads as they travel through the world famous Battenkill Valley. Set in early spring, the race courses includes covered bridges, family farms, and rural villages along the many challenging backcountry roads that traverse Southern Washington County, New York.
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  • Glens Falls Memorial Day Parade
    From the Civil War Monument on Glen Street to Crandall Park Pond Glens Falls, NY
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  • LARAC June Arts Festival
    The 45th Annual Lower Adirondack Regional Arts Council (LARAC) June Arts Festival returns to Downtown Glens Falls' City Park on June 18 and 19, 2016. The June Arts Festival is one of the premier summer events in the southern Adirondack Region, drawing crowds of 20,000. The Festival features about 200 exhibitors offering shoppers a variety of products such as jewelry, home items, food items, fine art, textiles, garden decorations, etc- the event takes place rain or shine. The festival also includes not for profit booths, arts demonstrations, children’s activities, food concessions, and live entertainment by local musicians. The June Arts Festival is free and open to the public, 10 am-5 pm both days
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