Meet up at just before 1 p.m. on this Friday, May 5, for a Spring, guided, stewardship walk at Hayes Nature Park. We will meet...
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With Over 2,000 Acres of Parks and Preserves and More Than 20 Miles of Community Trails, There’s Something for Everyone!
This year, for “Open Space Day” the Town of Clifton Park Open Space, Trails & Riverfront Committee and Historic Preservation Commission are co-hosting a menu...
Gather your kids, friends, spouses, and grandkids for a fun day of fishing, in the heart of Clifton Knolls! Everyone is welcome! Time: 9 a.m....
Clifton Park Open Spaces Showcase
Ushers Road. 124 acres.
Entrance between 38 & 40 Shadow Wood Way. 80 acres.
Saratoga County forest on Kinns Road. 64 acres.
Entrance mid-way on Pierce Road. 240 acres.
And Mooney Carrese Forest. Elks Trail. 216 connected acres.
NYS Route 146. 151 acres.
Riverview Road near Brian Drive. 6 acres.
Riverview Road at VanVranken Road. 700+ acres.
Moe Road, Thoroughbred Way. 40 acres.
Why Open Spaces Are So Important
Clean Drinking Water
Preserving our open spaces also helps protect vital areas that keep our water clean and healthy.
Nature and Wildlife
Open spaces provide vital habitats for local wildlife, including endangered plants and animals.
More than 20 miles of trails, paths and connections link our community together.
Farmland and Scenic Resources
Preserving our open spaces helps maintain our town’s special character.