Montcalm Street Park is a great place for sports and recreational activities!
Visit Glens Falls City Park, in the heart of Hometown USA, to take a stroll or listen to live music at the bandstand.
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.
83 acres for walking, hiking, mountain biking and snowshoeing with fishing in the Hudson River.
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.
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.
This 80-acre park is home to a variety of sports leagues that service adult softball leagues as well as youth soccer and lacrosse club teams.
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.
Murray Street Park, located in Glens Falls, offers a playground, basketball court and baseball field.
Haviland Cove Park & Beach is a beautiful destination in Warren County, NY. Centrally located off of Exit 18 in Glens Falls.
Come explore Cooper's Cave on the Hudson River in Glens Falls NY!
Gurney Lane Pool is just 15 minutes south of Lake George and is part of Queensbury's Gurney Lane Recreation Area.
East Field Park, located off of Dix Avenue in Glens Falls NY, is a venue for many local sports teams to play.
South Queensbury Park is run by the Queensbury Parks & Recreation Department and is located on Dix Avenue. The park is open for year-round use.
A 54-acre multi use park with 1.5 miles of marked trail for walking, hiking, mountain biking, cross country skiing, and snowshoeing.
This 3-acre park is available for a variety of recreational activities. Leashed dogs are welcome.
Thinking of taking a ride on the Glens Falls Feeder Canal Trail? Find out all the details and plan your biking trip!