Explore Outdoors

Bike Routes

Saugerties is renowned for its scenic beauty and rich heritage. We have well-maintained country roads that are typically low on traffic (but not always … be careful out there). This allows bicyclists easy access to the Hudson River, Esopus Creek, serene marshlands, and outstanding views of the Catskill Mountains.


Cantine Veterans Memorial Field

Baseball, tennis, basketball, soccer fields, skate-park, two playgrounds, picnic grounds, Kiwanis Ice Arena and more.


Washington Avenue Extension

Catskill Animal Sanctuary

More than 300 animals are lucky enough to call Catskill Animal Sanctuary home and enrich the lives of all who meet them.


Esopus Bend Nature Preserve

161 Acre park of woodland preserve in verdant, peaceful environs known for its scenic locale and hiking trails.


Falling Waters Preserve

Just south of the Village of Saugerties, is a stunningly diverse 168-acre preserve containing featuring streams, meadows, wetlands, hardwood forest, dramatic waterfalls and more than a mile of Hudson Riverfront. Three miles of trails will connect visitors to these natural treasures.


Dominican Lane

George S. Terpening Sr. Memorial Park

Located in the northern portion of Saugerties, directly on the Hudson River with boat launch, picnic areas, and spectacular views.


Riverside Drive

Glasco Mini-park

Located in the southerly portion of Saugerties, directly on the Hudson River, in the hamlet of Glasco. The river-front park features a large boat launch with concrete ramp and dock, which is able to accommodate two boats / vehicles simultaneously. A second smaller launch accommodates kayaks and “carry-ons”. Other amenities include a small pavilion with picnic tables and cooking grills, a children’s playground, a fishing pier, park benches and spectacular views of the Hudson River.


Hudson Street

Historic Saugerties Lighthouse

Family-friendly nature trail, Bed & Breakfast, museum and guided tours.


168 Lighthouse Drive

Kiwanis Ice Arena

The Kiwanis Ice Arena features an 85 foot by 190 foot Olympic-size, fully-enclosed, refrigerated ice rink. The rink accommodates all age levels, and is used for recreational skating, instructional skating, promotional events/activities, tournaments, and youth and adult leagues. It is fully enclosed with a 120′ x 235′ Titan series structure . . . the largest of its type in the Northeast, complete with professional Metal Halide Lighting and Desiccant Dehumidification with return hot air heating for the comfort of spectators in the seating area.


Opus 40

Conceived by artist Harvey Fite, this abandoned bluestone quarry was transformed over 37 years into a monument of soaring beauty with Overlook Mountain as a background.


Saugerties Skate Park

The Skate Park was built for the enjoyment of and for use by skateboarders. Open from 7:30 a.m. to sunset.


Washington Avenue

Saugerties Village Beach

The beach offers a sand beach swimming area with a swimming dock out in the Esopus Creek, a playground area, a fishing area, a kayak/boat launch and restroom facilities.


43 Partition Street

Seamon Park

A beautifully landscaped, rolling-hill park with a breathtaking view of the Catskill Mountains.


5 Malden Avenue

Small World Playground

Built as a community project in 1994 and opened May 1st 1994, this popular wooden playground is located near the Cantine field Soccer fields.

Small World Avenue

Ulster Landing County Park

Sojourner Truth / Ulster Landing Park features an assortment of activities for all ages. There are several hiking trials (one trail is handicap accessible) with beautiful views of the Hudson River providing numerous bird watching opportunities. The park also features a boat launch, playground areas, barbecue grills, horseshoe pits, basketball hoops and beach volleyball. There is a large beach area for sunbathing and swimming with Lifeguards on duty.


916 Ulster Landing Road

Tina Chorvas Waterfront Park

Located along the Esopus Creek and within view of the Creek’s entry into the historic Hudson River, Tina Chorvas Memorial Park is a great setting for a relaxful stroll, for launching a kayak, fishing, or for the many events that are held there each year.


East Bridge Street