Wander down to the river through a historic farmstead.

NEW BALTIMORE, Greene County (76 acres) — The first thing that greets you upon entering the park is an old red barn, which attests to the land’s centuries-long incarnation as a farm. Today, a profusion of wildflowers bloom in the former pastures, attracting dragonflies, butterflies and birds — and humans eager for close-up connections with nature and the outstanding vistas of the far-off Berkshire Mountains that inspired the park’s name. The trail gradually descends to the Hudson shoreline, affording superb views up- and downriver. It’s not hard to see why Scenic Hudson protected this land.

The New Baltimore Conservancy created and manages the park.

Free and open year-round, dawn to dusk.


The safety of our park visitors is our top priority. Due to COVID-19, we continue to require that all group visits be pre-approved (please fill out this form and email Anthony Coneski to coordinate a group visit).

Starting Monday, May 24, Scenic Hudson is adopting outdoor safety guidelines that align with the recommendation of the Centers for Disease Control and Presentation (CDC) and New York State:

  • Vaccinated individuals are no longer required to wear a mask in most settings, but we do recommend that everyone wear masks in large public groups. 
  • Unvaccinated individuals, under both CDC and NYS guidance, must wear masks in all public settings.


  • Dog walking on leash
  • Hiking
  • Picnicking
  • Wildlife watching
  • X-country skiing & snowshoeing
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More to explore

Enjoy a drive through three quaint and historic river towns — New Baltimore, Coxsackie and Athens — all of which feature superb architecture and relaxing waterside parks. The 1663 Bronck House Museum in Coxsackie offers a glimpse into the lives of the region’s early European settlers.