Ossining’s Snowden Park (open in Google Maps) is on the corner of Snowden Ave and Broadway, set back from the Shattemuc Yacht Club and the Boathouse restaurant and down the street from the Ossining Train Station. It’s located in the Old Village neighborhood.
Snowden Park has a small skate park, a basketball court and a somewhat unique playground with different size slides, climbing walls and features, and all sorts of swinging apparatus. In our experience it’s a kid favorite. There is something here for all ages, although you’ll have to keep an eye out with the youngest kids.
Parking is available in front of the baseball diamond along Snowden Ave, and there is street parking on Broadway. Keep an eye out getting in an out of the car as people do tend to drive fast on Snowden.
Playground including slides, climbing walls, rings/monkey bars and more.
A grill is available, bring charcoal!
2 picnic tables next to the grill.
A basketball court with 2 baskets.
A building with restrooms.
A small skate park for skateboarding, rollerblading, etc.
Benches in the playground.
Small baseball/softball diamond often used for little league.