Riverfront Park is a 3/4 acre parcel right on the Hudson River; it was given to the Village for a park in 1994. The park is located at Main Street & Scott Avenue. On November 18, 2017, volunteers cleared brush and overgrowth from the land. Public access is difficult, and the Village is seeking to change this.
Above: The unmatched view from Riverfront Park. Below: Mixed messages at the gate to Riverfront Park.
Schermerhorn Park is located on the east side of Main Street, right at the Village's southern border. This 12 acre parcel was given to the Village by the Schermerhorn family. The Vlockie Kill, a Hudson River tributary, runs through it.
The Village received a Trees for Tribs grant from NYS Department of Environmental Conservation's Estuary Program and volunteers planted 150 trees along the Vlockie Kill in Schermerhorn Park on October 28, 2017.