At long last, we have public and safe access to the Hudson River! A portion of our 17 acres of riverfront has been developed for public access and there was a ribbon cutting held this morning, June 19, 2015, at the new Ice House Road Pavillion.
The access road has been paved, and widened; the at-grade crossing has been updated with new safety gates, a new parking area has been installed and the pavillion is ready to be used, with a beautiful view of the river. There are access trails, the ice house ruins, and a car-top boat launch available for public use.
There are a lot of agencies and people to thank including, NYS DEC, Hudson River Valley Greenway, NYS DOT, Amtrak, Town Officials and numerous resident volunteers.
We hope you enjoy the new access to a part of our 17 miles of riverfront.