Rochambeau Park 99 Moseman Rd, Yorktown Heights, NY10598 The 15-acre Rochambeau Park hosts the annual Yorktown Grange Fair and other events thoughout the year.
Reis Park 82 Primrose St, Somers, NY10589 This 85-acre park features tennis courts, playing fields, fitness and nature trails, a playground, pavilions and other…More picnic areas. It hosts Somers' annual July 4th celebration. The Town Parks and Recreation Department is also located in Reis Park. To view a map of the Reis Park fitness trail, click <a href="http://www.somersny.com/Pages/SomersNY_Parks/fitnesscourse.pdf">here</a>.
Koegel Park Tomahawk Street, Somers, NY10598 Koegel Park is a hilly, wooded, 66.5-acre park that is ideal for passive recreational activities. It features a picnic…More area, trails and cross-country skiing paths in the winter.
Downing Park 2881 Crompond Rd, Yorktown Heights, NY10598 Downing Park is a recreational space available to the public that is maintained by the community's Parks and Recreation…More Department. For additional information, be sure to call the telephone number provided.
Jack DeVito Memorial Park Veterans Rd & Commerce St, Yorktown Heights, NY10598 Jack DeVito Memorial Park is a community area located on Veterans Road in Yorktown Heights. The location holds all…More types of events and offers space for residents to enjoy nature and recreational activities. Some events include summer concerts, performances and community activities.
Lasdon Park, Arboretum and Veterans Memorial 2610 Route 35, Katonah, NY10536 This 234-acre site features woodlands, formal gardens, open grass meadows, various memorials, a museum that honors…More veterans of Westchester and the Chinese Friendship Pavilion, which was given to the residents of Westchester by the People's Republic of China. The house located on the site is a Colonial-style mansion that was built in 1933.
Yorktown Trail 3500 Buckhorn St, Shrub Oak, NY10588 Yorktown Trail is a recreational area located off Buckhorn St., serving residents of Yorktown and the surrounding…More areas. During public hearings concerning the Taconic Parkway construction to widen the parkway, comments were made about having a pedestrian bridge to connect the sides of the parkway. The bridge was built and connects parks with a network of about 15 miles of trails. The trails connect Granite Knolls Park and Woodlands Legacy Fields Park and are accessible from adjacent neighborhoods. Check the main site for details or for directions to the trail site.