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Ossining Parks(The complete List)

The Town of Ossining, with over 130 acres of park land, has a long list of parks of many shapes, sizes and uses. Some are front and center in the community, while others are tucked away. It’s a rare Ossining resident who’s been to all of the parks below, and we hope to help change that.

On this page we have a map of all of Ossining’s parks, a table listing the parks and their amenities, and a section below with images and more info.

Each park has its own dedicated page as well. Good luck finding your next park outing!

Click on a park to see its name

ParkAmenities

You can see more of the table by swiping your finger to the left/right. It’s better on a larger screen :)

Facility NamePlayground​RestroomsPavilion(s)Picnic Tables​Trails/ Track​Soccer/ Football​Baseball Fields​Basketball Courts​Tennis Courts​FishingRoller Hockey/ Skating​
Arthur Jones Park​YesOne Hoop
Buck Johnson Park​YesBenches
Cedar Lane ParkYesYesYesTrailsYesYesYes
Crawbuckie Nature Center​Trails
Dale Avenue Park​​YesBenches
Gerlach ParkYesYesYes w/GrillsYesYes
Henry Gourdine ParkYesYesBenchesPaved Path
Louis Engel Waterfront ParkYesYesYes w/GrillsPaved PathYes
Malcolm Street Tot LotYesOneOn Aqueduct
Nelson Park​YesYesBenchesJogging TrackYesYesYesYes
Nelson Sitting Park​YesBenches
Richard G. Wishnie Park​​BenchesJogging TrackOn Track
Ryder Park​YesYesYes w/GrillsYesTrailsYesYesYesYes
Sally Swope Sitting Park​Trails
Sing Sing Kill Greenway​BenchesPaved Path
Snowden Park​YesYesYes w/GrillsYesYesSkate Park
Sparta Park​YesGazeboYesYes
Veterans Park​YesYesYesYesYesYesYesYesRink
William Street Tot Lot​Yes

Additional Notes:

  • A skate park is located at Snowden Park.
  • A bocce court is located at Veterans Park.
  • Horseshoe pits are located at Veteran’s Park, right next to the (covered) bocce court.
  • Dog parks, where dogs can be let off a leash and play with each other in a fenced area, are located at Cedar Lane Park (larger, wooded area with shade) and Ryder Park (smaller, grass only)
  • A spray deck is located at the Louis H. Engel Waterfront, and is open in the summer. There also is an indoor spray deck in the community center.
  • The Joseph G Caputo Community Center (known as the rec center) has indoor basketball courts, an indoor pool and spray deck, pool tables and more.
  • Fishing is available at a few locations, but  a NYS license is required to fish. Contact the Town Clerk’s Office for info on getting one.
  •  For groups or organizations of 20 or more: (1) A permit is required for pavilion and group picnic area use between May 1st and Oct 31st. (2) A permit is required for use of the park athletic fields or the Louis Engel Waterfront Park stage. The relevant forms should be here on the Village website.

Louis Engel Waterfront Park

Louis Engel Waterfront Park is a riverfront park with a lot to offer: a stage, playground, picnic tables, spray park, restrooms, beautiful views and more.

Cedar Lane Park

Cedar Lane Park is a large park set on a pond. It houses a great dog park, the Cedar Lane Arts Center, the Ossining Community Organic Garden, a large football/soccer field, and more.

Nelson Park

Nelson Park is a large, open park with lots of amenities that gets tons of community use. Nelson is located along S Highland Ave at the corner of Washington Ave.

Arthur J. Jones Park

Arthur J. Jones Park is a centerpiece of the Sherwood Park neighborhood with a great playground, benches, rose bushes and 1 basketball hoop.

Malcolm Street Tot Lot

Malcolm Street Tot Lot is located at the corner of N Malcolm St and Matilda St. It consists of a small playground with a single picnic table and a little performance area.

Sparta Park

Sparta Park is a riverfront park at the end of Liberty St with views of the Hudson River, a gazebo and benches for watching the river, picnic tables, and a small but enjoyable playground.

Dale Avenue Park

Dale Avenue Park is a small park on Dale Ave/Route 134 with a playground, swings and benches, and a stream running next to it.

William Street Tot Lot

William Street Tot Lot is a small park on the corner of William St and State St with a small but enjoyable playground.

Buck Johnson Park

Buck Johnson Park is a park tucked away off North State Rd with an excellent playground for all ages.

Nelson Sitting Park

Nelson Sitting Park is a great park with a fun playground across the street from Park School and less than a block from the larger Nelson Park.

Sing Sing Kill Greenway

Sing Sing Kill Greenway is a concrete walkway opened in 2016 that runs down the Sing Sing Kill gorge. It's ADA-compliant and a unique, recommended experience.

Veterans Park

Veterans Park is a large park with lots to offer. A pond, roller hockey rink, baseball fields, excellent playground, soccer field and more. It's a community favorite.

Ryder Park

Ryder Park is a large park off Morningside Dr with lots of ball fields, a dog park, pavilion, tennis courts, basketball court and more.

Snowden Park

Snowden Park has a small skate park, a basketball court and a somewhat unique playground that is a kid favorite and is great for all ages.

Henry Gourdine Park

Henry Gourdine Park is a riverfront park with beautiful views of the Hudson, paved paths for walking, benches for watching the sunset, and a neat playground.

Gerlach Park

Gerlach Park is a park off the beaten track on Quaker Bridge Rd with a baseball diamond, pavilion, access to the Croton Aqueduct Trailway and more.
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