Croton Parks, Open Space and Trails GuideCroton-on-Hudson is a community rich in natural beauty. Its rugged topography and location on both the Hudson and Croton Rivers provide a dramatic landscape with parks and open spaces that offer a wide range of passive and active outdoor activities. There are nearly 13 miles of wooded trails in the village. The village’s Parks, Open Space and Trails Guide provides a downloadable PDF.

Croton Yacht Club


6 Elliot Way, Croton on Hudson, NY 10520

The Croton Yacht Club is located on the picturesque Croton-on-Hudson waterfront, the marina provides easy access to popular boating, fishing and sailing destinations on the Hudson River. Village residents who join as members are entitled to reduced slip and storage rates. Read more…

Silver Lake

(914) 271-3006

Truesdale Drive, Croton-on-Hudson, New York 10520

Season passes and daily rate for swimming.  Available to village and school district residents only.  Lifeguards on duty through the summer.  This local favorite is technically not a lake at all. Read more…

Dobbs Park

(914) 271-3006


Baseball field, basketball court and playground. Available to village & school district residents only. This field is located in the core area of the village or what is referred to as the “upper village”.  This convenient location is also near the churches and schools which helps to keep this popular park busy on any given… Read more…

Croton Point Park

(914) 862-5290

1A Croton Point Ave, Croton-On-Hudson, NY 10520

508-acre riverfront park with a boat launch, campground, fishing, picnic areas, a playground & more.  The park is situated on a peninsula on the east shore of the Hudson river and is rich in natural and human history.  It is the site of historic wine cellars that are thought of be… Read more…

Duck Pond Park

(914) 271-3006

Bungalow Road, Croton-on-Hudson, New York 10520

Baseball field, basketball court and playground.  The entire playground was recently renovated in 2015.  The basketball court is popular for all ages.  You may even see a young fisherman trying for his first fish while a sibling is playing T-ball.  The duck pond is also a popular spot in the winter for locals, especially when you can cross… Read more…

Senasqua Park

(914) 271-3006

Elliot Way, Croton-on-Hudson, New York 10520

Senasqua park is a local favorite!  The playground, views, events and convenient bathrooms make this park desirable to the locals.  The large pavilion and playground make this a fun spot for picnicking any time of the day.  In the summertime movies are shown on Wednesday evenings and bands play with the Hudson as the back drop on Friday… Read more…

Black Rock Park

(914) 271-3006


Black Rock is a quiet location for fishing and picnicking.  The fenced in dog park (permit required) is a great place to let your dog off the leash.   This pretty location is the first park that enjoys the crisp overflow from the Croton Dam’s reservoir water.  There are no bathroom facilities at this park.  This park is for village… Read more…