Hastings Adopt A Trail Program

Hastings_-_Adopt_A_Trail_Map_75.gif Village of Hastings-on-Hudson
Department of Parks and Recreation
Adopt-a-Trail for Rehabilitation and Maintenance

The volunteers and the Village of Hastings-on-Hudson are proud to announce the Adopt-a-Trail program to rehabilitate and maintain (R & M) the trails in the Hastings Trailway System.

The R & M program is designed for volunteers to identify and work on a trail or section of a trail that they choose, when and how they wish to work, according to their own schedule and capabilities. Anyone who has not adopted a trail will find a brief description the work needed and links to maps of the individual trails below.

Advice, technical assistance and equipment will be provided by the Department of Parks and Recreation as needed and on request.

Substantive work, such as laying gravel or rocks, placing erosion control measures or cutting limbs crossing a trail should be coordinated with Ray Gomes, through the Hastings Department of Parks and Recreation at (914) 478-2380 or adoptatrailway@hastingsgov.org

Hillside Park & Woods - Link To Map of Trail
In 1936 the Village of Hastings purchased the land of the Hastings Hillside Hospital and devloped the playground and swimming pool that is now part of Hillside Park.

Location of Trail:
Hillside Park & Woods is a 48 acre green space and is accessible from a variety of locations. Overlook Rd, Edgewood Ave, South Drive, etc.

Work Needed - Trash removal, erosion control & spreading wood chips

Lefurgy Park - Link To Map of Trail
This green space was donated to the Village of Hastings by the Hudson P. Rose Company when it developed the Isaac Lefurgy Farm in 1916.

Location of Trail:
Mt. Hope Blvd, south of Dorchester Avenue, to Fairmont Avenue (Look for Hastings Trailway sign)

Work Needed - Trash removal, overhanging limbs, brush & vine clearing

Smaller Farragut - Link To Map of Trail
Location of Trail:
Greenbelt on both sides of Farragut Parkway, just west of the Saw Mill River Parkway

Work Needed - Trash pickup

Ravensdale Woods - Link To Map of Trail
Location of Trail:
Northwest of Farragut Avenue and Clunie Avenue. Looping around west and ending at a paved private road. (Look for Hastings Trailway sign)

Work Needed - Brush & vine clearing, wood chips, posting

Pulvers Woods - Link To Map of Trail
Location of Trail:
North from James Street, looping around east to Rose Street, and Green Street. (Look for Hastings Trailway sign)

Work needed - Erosion control, trash pickup, posting

Rowley’s Bridge Trail - Link To Thumbnail Map of Trail - - Link To Printable (PDF) Trail Map
Location of Trail:
South end Southside Avenue at Zinsser Bridge to Rowley's Bridge. (Look for Hastings Trailway sign)

Work Needed - Erosion control, weeding, trail management, trash pickup, laying wood chips, raking

Hubbard Trail Extension - Link To Thumbnail Map of Trail - - Link To Printable (PDF) Trail Map
Location of Trail:
From Warburton Avenue west of Graham-Windham Service Road. (Look for Hastings Trailway sign)

Work Needed - Monitoring, trash pickup, plant maintenance, clear view area

 

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Associate Real Estate Broker

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6 Cedar Street
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