Parks

Albany Riverfront Park at the City Corning Preserve

On the far side of the Hudson River Way Pedestrian Bridge, the Albany Riverfront Park is home to an 800-seat amphitheatre which hosts numerous events from Spring through Fall. In addition, a visitors center houses an explanation of the Hudson River’s tides. The park also features a bike trail and boat launch.

Albany Riverfront Park

Access via the Hudson River Way pedestrian bridge
Albany, NY
(518) 434-2032
Fax: (518) 426-0759
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The Riverfront Park Hosts:
Albany Alive at Five Concert Series
Albany Riverfront Jazz Fest
Father´s Day Pops Concert
and many other GREAT events

Tivoli Nature Preserves

Tivoli Nature Preserve is the second largest urban nature preserve in New York state following Central Park in New York City. The city purchased the land in 1851 and built its man made lake to help supply water to the the adjacent Arbor Hill neighborhood. By the 1980’s the condition of old “Tivoli Park” had begun to deteriorate. Community and environmental groups led clean-up efforts and the park was redesignated as a nature preserve.

Tivoli Lake

We are dedicated to protecting and preserving Tivoli Preserve and the Patroon Creek Watershed through effective private and public partnerships, on the local, statewide, national and international level.

W. Haywood Burns Environmental Education Center

Our mission is to educate the Arbor Hill Community about its’ natural urban environment and how stewardship of its’ resources leads to individual and collective empowerment.

596 Manning Blvd.
Albany, New York 12210
Ken Watson, Executive Director
Cell Phone: (518) 331-0298
Phone: (518) 472-0687
Fax: (518) 472-0688
whbeec@gmail.com

Arbor Hill Softball Park – Field of Dreams

Lark Dr & Manning Blvd Albany NY 12210 See map
Tel: (518) 434-5009

‎Dudley Park

Albany, New York 12210

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