Get Outside

In the many parks in Saugerties

Cantine Veteran’s Memorial Field

Washington Avenue Extension, 845-246-5890, Open year round except Thanksgiving and Christmas

Toddler Town Park

Pavilion Street between the large and small pavilion in Cantine field

Town of Saugerties Skate Park

Cantine Veterans Memorial Park
Next door to Kiwanis Ice Arena
Skateboarders can test their skills at the new skate park.
Open 7:30 to sunset.

Lions Club Playground

Washington Avenue Extension, 845-246-2321, x1
The Lions Club playground includes swings, slides & monkey bars.
Also a seasonal wading pool for small children
Pool is open 10am-6pm, Monday-Friday starting July 1st

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.

Tina Chorvas Park

East Bridge Street, 845-246-2919
Ideal for fishing

Glasco Mini-Park

End of Glasco Turnpike off Hudson Street

George T. Terpening Sr. Memorial Park

Riverside Drive, 845-246-5890,x310

Seamon’s Park

Route 9W
Over a hundred years old this beautiful park
is the site of the Saugerties Mum festival
Route 9W

Saugerties Village Beach

End of South Partition Street
Lifeguard hours 10am-6pm, 7days/week

 Things to do…

Take a bike ride

Saugerties Bike Paths

4 High Street, 43 Partition Street
For a map and info


Opus 40

50 Fite Road, 845-246-3400
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.

Historic Saugerties Lighthouse

168 Lighthouse Drive, 845-247-0656
Tours available Sunday afternoons from Memorial Day to Labor Day, noon-3:00
Suggested donation of $5.00 adults, $2.00 children
A Bed & Breakfast the lighthouse is accessible by foot according to the tide.
For more info:

Falling Water Preserve

Dominican Lane, Saugerties

Esopus Creek Conservancy

Catskill Animal Sanctuary

316 Old Stage Road, Saugerties
Hours:11am-2:30pm, Saturdays & Sundays