Interested in what's happening at Hudson Crossing Park? You're in the right place! The park is open 365 days a year from dawn to dusk, but be sure to check out upcoming events for special programs and opportunities to get out and enjoy Hudson Crossing Park! On days that there are private events scheduled the park is still open to the public, although access to certain areas (pavilion, etc) may be limited. Please respect those who have reserved facilities. Interested in reserving the park for your birthday party, family reunion, corporate retreat, or other event? Visit our Reserve page to learn more!
Gardening with native species can be rewarding in so many ways! They require less water and are hardier than their non-native counterparts, promote biodiversity and stewardship of our area’s natural heritage, and are a beautiful addition to your garden and landscaping! Learn the basics of gardening with native species during this FREE presentation!
Why let the kids have all the fun? Hudson Crossing Park invites family members of the four legged variety to have a special K9 Easter Egg Hunt all their own. Plastic eggs filled with treats are “hidden” throughout the park, just waiting for your curious pup to find them!
This event is free and open to the public, although donations are appreciated. Please remember to respect fellow dogs and owners as well as local leash laws.
Join us for 2019 Canal Clean Sweep! Help us get ready for a busy summer season and keep our park beautiful. We are looking for volunteers of all ages to help us rake, weed, and clear trails. Volunteers, please register HERE: https://ptny.wufoo.com/2019-canal-clean-sweep-volunteer-registration/
Celebrate Mom by getting outside and having some fun with the whole family at Hudson Crossing's Third Annual Bike the Bridge! No need to worry about traffic at Hudson Crossing Park - ride your bike over a variety of terrains while taking the opportunity to check out our ponds, fields, nature trails, and the historic 125+ year old bridge! Visitors are also invited to an open house at the Town of Greenwich Riverside Park and future home of Hudson Crossing’s administrative and educational space.
Join us for for the 10th Annual Hudson Crossing Tri at beautiful, historic Hudson Crossing Park in Saratoga County. Fast course, fantastic scenery.
When: June 9, 2019, 8 a.m.
Where: Hudson Crossing Park, Schuylerville, NY. Map.
What: Sprint Distance. 500 yd swim, 12 mile bike, 5k run
Details: Fantastic venue in the Champlain canalway system. Clean, still water. Beautiful bike course through Northumberland farm country. Run through Schuylerville and Hudson Crossing Park trails. This race will be chip timed. Awards three-deep in 5-year age-groups (15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, etc…. 70+) for men and women. Awards for top 3 teams.
Hudson Crossing Park would not exist without the many helping hands that keep our garden weeded, trails cleared, and programs running! Whether you’re a long time volunteer or just interested in meeting the folks who make up the HCP family you’re invited to join us for a cruise generously donated by Mohawk Maiden Cruises!
Calling all sailors! Join us for the 15th Annual Cardboard Boat Races! Held every year at Fort Hardy Park in Schuylerville, NY, the Cardboard Boat Race is a fun and creative community day on the Hudson River. Participants are invited to build on-site the day of the races or bring a boat they’ve been working on! Challenge friends, family, co-workers…and let’s see who wins one of the coveted awards: 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place awards for speed, the Titanic Award, Most Enthusiastic Crew, Judges Bribe Award (“Bribes” are considered donations to Hudson Crossing Park), People’s Choice, Overall Best in Show, and Most Sailors Left Afloat!
Own a business? Consider becoming an event sponsor! E-mail Hudson Crossing Park Director Kate Morse at email@example.com for more details.
8am - 3pm, Fort Hardy Park Beach, Rte. 29, Schuylerville, ny
Dog lovers unite, and join Hudson Crossing Park in celebrating the working dog and all things canine at Canines Crossing at the Park! A fun day out in the sun with local canine search and rescue groups, Guiding Eye service dogs, the Saratoga County K-9 unit, agility dogs, therapy dogs, animal story telling and much more!