Parks & Public Spaces


Since the Village does not have a Parks Department, all park spaces are maintained by the Highway Department, with the exception of the Dutch Garden Club’s garden within Memorial Park. 

Village Parks & Municipal Parking Lot (used for Village Events)

Richard M. Abrahams Memorial Park 
(7.16 Ac)
Location: 25 Park Ave, (Map)
Hours: daylight to dusk
Rules: No alcohol, No fires of any kind, No skateboards, No un-authorized motor vehicles, dogs must be leashed, and you must pick up after your dog.
Donated to the Village of Red Hook April 19, 1994
Memorial Park, Old Dutch Garden Club Garden and Veterans Memorial 
(0.83 Ac)
Location: N Broadway, (Map)
(Crescent park inside Old Post road loop)
Gifted by the Cookingham family, April 10, 1942

Municipal Parking Lot + charging stations & Chamber of Commerce Kiosk 
(0.42 Ac)
Location: 7475 S Broadway, (Map)
Hours: 24-7
Acquired via Community Capital Assistance Program Grant in 2014 - 2015

Local & regional initiatives and government bodies committed to either preserving, protecting or connecting land resources:

Town of Red Hook CPF Fund
Adopted by Town of Red Hook, 2006
Community Preservation Fund Advisory Board
Town of Red Hook Committee
Greenway Compact
Adopted by Village of Red Hook in May 6, 2002
Greenway & Trails Committee
Town of Red Hook Committee
Town of Red Hook Local Waterfront Revitalization Program 
Adopted by Town of Red Hook, 1995
Local Waterfront Revitalization Plan Committee
Town of Red Hook Committee
Centers and Greenspaces Amendments
Adopted by Town of Red Hook, 2011
Tree City USA & Red Hook Community Forestry Program.
Adopted By Village of Red Hook in 2002
Conservation Advisory Council & (Facebook)
Red Hook Town Conservation Advisory Council (CAC) in 1976
Saw Kill Watershed Community & (Facebook)
The Saw Kill Watershed Community was formed in 2015.
Village of Red Hook's Comprehensive Plan
Prioritizes acquiring Public Park Space