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Scenic Hudson Park at Irvington


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Scenic Hudson Park at Irvington is a 12-acre waterfront park located in the Village of Irvington in Westchester County. The park is co-owned by the Village of Irvington and The Scenic Hudson Land Trust, Inc. It used to be an industrial site but was transformed into a beautiful waterfront park with views of the Hudson River and Tappan Zee Bridge, also including views of the Manhattan skyline. The park includes two regulation ballfields overlain by a regulation soccer field. There are two playground areas for young children. Nearly one-mile of pathways that weave around and through the site. There are approximately 4.5 acres of open lawns for passive recreation, picnicking and appreciating views of the Hudson Highlands and Hudson River. A senior citizens’ center created in the renovated industrial office building.

A boat launch for non-motorized, car-topped craft is also available for day use. The site includes kayak storage racks and a restroom. The site is part of the Hudson River Greenways water trail, and has kayak storage racks. There is parking for 74 vehicles at the site. No motorized boats are allowed to use the site.

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Village of Irvington
29 Bridge Street
Irvington, NY 10553