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Picnic Places
Whether you're planning a small family party for 10 or a company picnic for 500, Westchester County  Parks provide an ideal setting for your next group outing. Conveniently located at some of the most scenic places in Westchester, each facility provides its own unique backdrop for a day of fun, food and relaxation. Whether you are looking for a shady area along the Hudson River, a breezy point on Long Island Sound, or a ballfield for the annual family softball game, you'll find the perfect spot in Westchester County Parks.  A Group Picnic Permit entitles you and your guests to the exclusive use of the area of the park you select. You and your group will also be eligible to use the boat launch areas, pools, beaches, miniature golf courses and other recreational amenities that are available at the park you choose.  Each picnic site offers your group the use of grills and picnic tables. And, to ensure that your event is a success rain or shine, covered pavilions are also available at several park locations. Westchester County Parks Map

Westchester Locations

Crawford Park, 122 North Ridge Street, Rye Brook, 914-939-5770
Crawford Park is a 36 acre preserve located off Ridge Street in Rye Brook. The Park contains an early 20th century mansion, hundreds of mature trees, an expansive lawn, a playground, a large picnic pavilion and a sunken garden. The Crawford mansion, the pavilion and the ball fields are available for rental to Rye Town residents through the Town of Rye, call 914-939-3075 for more information. There is one large rectangular picnic pavilion covered area at the park. Google Map View

Croton Gorge ParkCroton Gorge, Route 129, Cortlandt, 914-827-9568

Croton Gorge Park is a 97-acre property at the base of the Croton Dam and affords impressive views of the dam and spillway. The park is a popular spot for fishing, picnicking and hiking, with direct trail access to New York State’s Old Croton Aqueduct, which begins here. The Croton River also begins here. The bridge that spans the Croton River and affords the best view of the spectacular spillway is once again open to the public after a repair project. Google Map View

Croton Point ParkCroton Point Park, Croton Point Avenue, Croton on Hudson, 914-862-5290

Croton Point Park is a 508-acre park situated on a peninsula on the east shore of the Hudson River. This park offers year-round events and activities and has facilities for camping, hiking and swimming. There is one large round picnic pavilion covered area at the park. Google Map View

DeVries Park and Field, 199 Devries Ave, Sleepy Hollow, NY 10591

The park has two ball fields, a bocce court, horseshoe pits, picnic area, a playground and a greenway trail. DeVries Park and Field is maintained and operated by the Village of Sleepy Hollow Recreation Department, which can be reached at 914-366-5109. Google Map View

Franklin D. Roosevelt State Park, 2957 Crompond Road Yorktown Heights, 914-245-4434

A scenic haven approximately 40 miles from New York City, Franklin D. Roosevelt State Park offers day trippers a day of fun and relaxation. The park's spacious picnic areas, which can accommodate individual families as well as large groups, may be reserved in advance. In addition the park offers a host of other activities for people of all ages to enjoy. FDR State Park Picnic Map 2015

Gedney Park, Millwood on Route 133, Chappaqua,

One of New Castle’s largest parks, 126 acres of extremely varied topography, with fields, wetlands, a manmade pond and Gedney Brook which flows into pond in valley in the park created by two ridges. Streams, rock walls, steep rocky woodlands and sloping and level woodlands. Road system connects different park areas. Dedicated to playgrounds, hiking trails, ice skating, sledding, picnic shelters, pond, soccer fields, baseball fields and tennis courts. Google Map View

Georges Island boat launchGeorge's Island Park, Dutch Street, Montrose, 914-737-7530

George’s Island Park is a 208 acre waterfront park offering magnificent views of the historic Hudson River. It contains tidal wetlands, a fresh water pond and wooded trails and provides boat access to the Hudson River as well as areas for nature study and picnicking. In winter, it is a favored spot for viewing eagles on the Hudson.  There are two round picnic pavilion covered areas at the park. Google Map View

Glen Island ParkGlen Island Park, Pelham Road, New Rochelle, 914-813-6720

This 105-acre island property is connected to New Rochelle by a drawbridge built in the 1920s. After Playland, Glen Island is the second most widely used park in the County Parks system. One of Westchester’s unique jewels, Glen Island Park also offers picnic pavilions, reservable and open picnic areas, boat launching, and pathways. Cannons, sculptures and castles with coursed rubble stone, arched openings and round towers still remain from the days of John Starin’s resort.  There is one large rectangular picnic pavilion covered area at the park. Google Map View

Kingsland Point Park, Palmer Avenue, Sleepy Hollow,914-366-5109

One of Westchester's most beautiful parks with tremendous views of the Hudson river.  This county-owned, 18-acre park has ball fields, picnic areas, kayaking facilities and provides access to the Kingsland Point Lighthouse, also known as the Tarrytown Lighthouse.  There is one large rectangular picnic pavilion and one large round picnic pavilion covered areas at the park. Google Map View 

V. E. Macy park waterfrontV. Everit Macy Park, Saw Mill River Road, Ardsley, 914-946-8133

This 172-acre park is centrally located in the county and a perfect spot for group picnics.  The park is actually divided into three distinct areas with slightly different atmospheres. One part functions as a local park with ballfields, a playground, comfort station and picnic pavilion. Another includes Woodlands Lake, fishing, ice skating, a recently-closed restaurant, access to the South County Trailway, and 500 feet of the former Putnam Division Railroad. The final area is largely undeveloped.  There is one large round picnic pavilion covered areas at the park. Google Map View  

Saxon Woods ParkSaxon Woods Park, Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains, 914-995-4480

Saxon Woods Park is a 700 acre property offering a variety of recreational facilities.  The park contains an 18-hole golf course as well as a miniature golf course, the county’s largest swimming pool, a children’s aquatic playground and picnic areas. It is also the site of the county’s only playground that is accessible to the disabled.  A trail system connects the southern section to the upland wooded northern part of the park, characterized by mature hardwood forests.  Google Map View 

 Miracle FieldRidge Road Park, Ridge Road, Hartsdale, 914-946-8133

The flat developed terrain of this 236 acre park is ideal for family and group picnicking. It offers reservable picnic areas with three pavilions, a playground and athletic fields - including the Miracle Field for children and adults with disabilities.  The undeveloped parts of the site are heavily wooded with trails.  One charmingly rustic single-story picnic shelter, was built in 1942 by the Works Progress Administration.  There are three large picnic pavilion covered areas at the park.  The very large Area 2 round pavilion can easily accommodate more than 100 people Google Map View 

Secor Woods Park, 11 Olympic Lane, Ardsley, NY

25 acres, entrance on Secor Road, Hartsdale, adjacent to Town Park Picnic areas with benches, tables & grills 2 ball fields Play area and equipment for young children - - Basketball, volleyball & badminton areas Google Map View 

 Sprain Ridge Park Sprain Ridge Park, Jackson Avenue, Yonkers, 914-231-3450

The Park’s 278-acres include a swimming pool complex, arboretum and two picnic areas. The remainder of the park is heavily wooded with a variety of hiking and mountain bike trails. Google Map View 

Tibbetts Brook ParkTibbetts Brook Park, Midland Avenue, Yonkers, 914-231-2865

Tibbetts Brook Park is one of the first parks developed by the county. This 161 acre park offers many recreational activities throughout the year and hosts ethnic celebrations, fairs and festivals during the summer months. The park is now seen as a refuge from urban living, an oasis of green surrounded by the city. It offers woodlands, lakes, playing fields, playgrounds and a swimming complex and includes a major activities lawn that hosts various events. Google Map View   

 Ward Pound RidgeWard Pound Ridge, Routes 35 & 121, Cross River, 914-864-7317

The 4,315-acre park makes Ward Pound Ridge Reservation the county’s largest park. With its varied terrain and landscapes and miles of wooded trails, the park provides a variety of activities in all seasons. There are areas for picnicking, lean-to camping, fishing and cross-country skiing. Google Map View

swimmers in wave poolWillson's Woods Park, 14 Bradford Road, Mount Vernon, 914-813-6990

Willson’s Woods is one of the oldest parks in the county parks system. The park is characterized by a beautiful bathhouse set along the local road that bisects the park. The bathhouse and one million-gallon pool were completed in 1928. The park is well-known for its waterpark, Willson's Waves, complete with a wave pool where you can body surf on three-foot waves; splash downward on an 18-foot high water slide; wander through cascades and fountains in the water playground; or just cool off on the spray deck., water slides, a spray deck and water playground. The park also has areas for picnicking and fishing. Google Map View

Fairfield, CT Locations

[jan10soundbounder+014.jpg]Byram Shore Park, Greenwich, CT

 Tucked away between 1-95, Ritch Avenue, and Long Island Sound in the western end of town. There is one large rectangular picnic pavilion covered area at the park. Google Map View




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