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Hyde Park, New York
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Hackett Hill Park

59 E. Market Street

59 East Market Street between Rte. 9 & 9G. The facilities include swimming pool, pavilion, grill, changing rooms & restrooms, Disc Golf Course, horseshoe pits, hiking trails, fishing, sports fields, and over- night group camping.

  • Hours for Public Swimming at Pool
    • Pre-season Hours:
      • Weekends June 6 -- June 24 : Noon - 6 PM
    • Full Season Hours:
      • Weekdays June 25 - June-29 : Noon - 7 PM
      • Weekdays July 1 - August 10 : 4 PM - 7 PM
      • Weekends June 23 - August 25 : Noon - 6 PM

Recreation Director must approve use of Pavilion.

Recreation Director must approve overnight camping for Groups.

Disc Golf Course

Course Map

Course Rules

Pinewoods Park

9 Pinewoods Road

Skate park, playground, 2 tennis courts, 2 basketball courts, ball field, restrooms, fishing, and Nature Trail around the property. Small pavilion available for reservation.

Skate Park

The skate park is located at Pinewood Park on Pinewoods Road. There is no fee to use the skate park. Helmets are required to enter the skatepark.

Hours for the Pinewoods Skatepark:

  • 9:00am - Dusk.
  • Restrooms open from 4 - 6 pm during the summer. Port-o-john
  • July 2 - August 17 -- closed Monday thru Friday 9am-4pm

Dinsmore Park

Old Post Road, Staatsburg, next to Firehouse - Ball fields, basketball court, gazebo, 2 playgrounds, grill.

Riverfront Park

34 River Road

River Rd. adjacent to Historic Hyde Park Train Station. Large pavilion, playground, picnicking. Hyde Park Greenway Trailhead w/ hiking trail map. Large pavilion available for reservation.

Greenfields Park

179 Cream Street

Pavilion, picnic tables, handicapped swing, playground, ball field, pond, fishing.

Greentree Park

21 Greentree Drive N.

multi-purpose fieldBall fiels

Doty Park

13 Doty Avenue


New playground equipment: dome climber

Beck Park

127 E. Dorsey Lane

Playground, basketball court and multi - purpose field. Multi - purpose field for reservation

New playground Equipment Climber

Other Recreational Facilities

  • Dinsmore Golf Course
  • Mills-Norrie State Park
  • Little Norrie Park
  • Modifying Park Land

    All individual citizens or groups who wish to donate labor and/or Materials for the purpose of improving or altering a parkland situated in the Town of Hyde Park, or add structures to park property, shall submit an application for approval to the Hyde Park Recreation department which is entrusted with the oversight of town parks. The Town of Hyde Park Recreation Commission and the Town Board will be required to review and approve, with conditions (i.e. contract), all proposed projects by private citizens to make such modifications. This includes but is not limited to altering existing shrubbery, trees, and vegetation, adding fencing, structures such as storage buildings, utility sheds, signage, trails, picnic tables, and monuments. The application shall state the name of the park and project, outline the extent of all changes and additions to said park or property, include a plan graphic showing the location and size, and list any and all features that may impact the natural setting of the park. In addition provisions for funding and maintenance will be required if applicable

    The application must be made, in writing, to the Town Recreation Department, and upon approval, will be forwarded to the Hyde Park Town Board for it's review and approval. All subsequent alterations beyond the scope of the original project shall require a new application resulting in a new review and approval.

    Application to alter parklands. (PDF)

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