Photo Courtesy of Schodack Island State Park
Off the eastern shore of the Hudson River, Schodack Island State Park offers a family-friendly campground with 66 campsites, picnic tables, volleyball nets, eight miles of trails, biking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, pavilions, showers, and a kayak/canoe launch site.
Schodack Island State Park is a designated State Estuary with a portion of the park sheltering a Bird Conservation Area home to bald eagles, cerulean warblers and blue herons. Following the Park’s trails will lead visitors through a variety of ecological communities. Schodack Island State Park offers outdoor activities and beautiful views that all ages can enjoy!
“This is one of the nicest New York State Parks! Great location on the Hudson River, nice neat picnic areas and roomy playground.”
—Irene Q., TripAdvisor