Parks

SHAWANGUNK, WALDEN & WALLKILL RAIL TRAIL
Route 208 across from the Police Station
This trail is open year-round. To facilitate cross-country Skiing, snow is not removed from the trail. Please park legally on local streets.

POPP MEMORIAL PARK
3081 Route 208, Wallkill, NY 12589
(845) 895-2611
Popp Park is a 5.5 acre neighborhood park located in the hamlet of Wallkill. The park offers a pavilion and barbecue pit. It is the only park with Wallkill River access.

GARRISON PARK
Central & Park Avenues
Wallkill, NY 12589
(845) 895-2611
Garrison Park is a one-acre neighborhood park located in the hamlet of Wallkill and contains a playground and a basketball court.

BORDEN LIBRARY PARK
7 Bona Ventura Avenue
Wallkill, NY 12589
(845) 895-3707

THE COMMUNITY CENTER AT THE WALKER VALLEY SCHOOLHOUSE and GREG AND DOT GREER MEMORIAL PARK
Route 52 & Marl Road
Walker Valley, NY 12588
(845) 895-2611
The Community Center at the Walker Valley Schoolhouse is a two-acre neighborhood park which contains a civic building and the Greg and Dot Greer Memorial Park.

VERKEERDER KILL PARK
3232 Route 52
Walker Valley, NY 12588
(845) 895-2611
Verkeerder Kill Park, a town park, consists of eighty-three acres located on Route 52 one mile northwest of New Prospect Road. The park offers a pavilion with winter skating, restrooms, a nature trail, a fishing area, and the only soccer field in town, outside of school facilities. A softball field is scheduled for installation.

GALEVILLE PARK
Long Lane
Shawangunk, NY 12589
(845) 895-2611

SHAWANGUNK GRASSLANDS
NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE
Hoagerburgh Road
Shawangunk, NY 12589
(973) 702-7266
Shawangunk Grasslands National Wildlife Refuge is one of New York’s top 10 areas for grassland dependent migratory birds. The refuge is 566 acres. It is located in the valley below the Shawangunk Mountains near the Hamlet of Wallkill in the Town of Shawangunk, Ulster County, New York.

SCENIC BYWAYS
88-Mile New York State Byway
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Enjoy a wonderful scenic drive through our mountains and rural countryside just 90 miles north of New York City. The byway encircles the northern Shawangunk Mountains and travels through the beautiful Rondout and Wallkill valleys, linking communities that have a common relationship to the northern Shawangunks and forming a distinct region of the state with its own special character.

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