Hudson Crossing Park
P.O. Box 144
Schuylerville, NY 12871
MONTHLY MEETINGS are held at the Saratoga Town Hall in
Schuylerville from 5:30 pm to 7:00 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.
Hudson Crossing Park GPS is:
N 43 degrees 06.774 W 073 degrees 34.633
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.
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.
Cardboard Boat Races
Signature Events - - VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED
The year at Hudson Crossing Park is filled with signature events and a variety of ad-hoc
uses of the resources found in the Park. This page includes links to scheduled events
and the calendar shows additional dates facilities are reserved.
Just 2 Hours
Sundays 3 - 5 pm
TAP flyer for a larger image
Make Your Own day or
afternoon in the park
Girl Scouts Grow the Park!
Big thanks to Girl Scout Daisy Troop #3058 for their surprise donation of $150
to Hudson Crossing Park. We understand they have a mission to raise funds
for a community organization they all care about, and Hudson Crossing is one
of the lucky recipients. Embedded in the Girl Scout mission is a commitment to
spending time in and caring for our natural world, and donations like this one
help keep public parks available for everyone to enjoy.
Thank you Daisies!
Girl Scout Daisy Natalie Hoffman from Troop
#3058 presents a donation for Hudson Crossing
Park to Director Cindy Wian.
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The 5th Annual
Champlain Canalway Trail Bicycle Tour
Almost 40 riders in prepared to start at the pavilion then
proceeded south to Saratoga NHP and learned about the
1777 Revolutionary War campaign as they went.
Above, riders take the towpath-trail.
Left, Larry Arnold of the Friends of Saratoga Battlefield
explains about the battles and the significance of what
happened in the area at Stop-9 at the park.
We are looking into a
variation of our usual
theme for this Fall