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Parker og natur i Saugerties

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“Lovely park with excellent views of the Catskills from a gazebo/plateau behind manicured gardens and house donated to the Village. Lovely sunset walk! ”
  • 8 lokale anbefaler
Baseball Field
“We are so close yet relaxing and private. If you are competing enjoy cooling off in the stream after a long day in the sun. If you want to see the finest horse show in North America, this is it.”
  • 5 lokale anbefaler
“Esopus Bend is a wonderful conservation area brimming with birds, butterflies, and flora and faunna. It's free and the trails are well-maintained and can be walked easily. Their have been eagle sightings. The Preserve offers ample chances to visit with a knowledgeable guide, so that's another option to learn more around the natural area. The walks take you to an opening with a magnificent view of the Catskill Mountains and the upper Esopus Creek.”
  • 2 lokale anbefaler
Baseball Field
“Large, county park located at the base of Elm Street, includes ball fields, indoor skating rink, children's playgrounds. Site of many events including annual Garlic Festival and the best Fourth of July Fireworks in mid-Hudson Valley! Walk, jog, enjoy!”
  • 3 lokale anbefaler
“Take a nice walk to the Saugerties Beach on the Esopus Creek... Small sandy patch and kayak-friendly spot!”
  • 4 lokale anbefaler
“Upward of 50,000 people make a pilgrimage to Saugerties the last weekend of September for a celebration of the "stinking rose," otherwise known as garlic. The highlight of the local gourmand's calendar, it holds concerts and lectures on topics like the folk uses of garlic and herbs in the Ozarks, and offers the chance to taste garlic caramels, garlic ice cream, garlic gum and garlic popcorn and garlic pickles.”
  • 1 lokal anbefaler