Hudson River Greenway Water Trail

Managed By

Hudson River Valley Greenway

Trail Overview

The Hudson River Greenway Water Trail is designed for day-users as well as long-distance paddlers. It includes 94 designated access sites, wildlife marshes, islands, historic sites, cities, downtowns, and hiking trails.

Trail Length:

256 Miles

Trail Location

The Hudson River Greenway Water Trail extends from Adirondack Park at Hadley, NY, and Champlain Canal at Whitehall, NY, to Battery Park in Manhattan.

Open Dates

Year-round

Hours of Operation

24/7

Trail Mission Statement

 

The Hudson River Greenway Water Trail connects communities and people to the Hudson River, promotes recreational access for all users, provides infrastructure for multi-day paddles, protects natural and cultural resources, and supports the health the river for future generations.

 

Uses and Activities

  • Boating, motorized
  • Boating, nonmotorized: Canoeing
  • Boating, nonmotorized: Kayaking
  • Boating, nonmotorized: Rafting
  • Boating, nonmotorized: Sailing
  • Camping
  • Fishing
  • Heritage and History
  • Swimming
  • Wildlife Observation

Water Trail & Surrounding Surfaces

  • Water, moderate moving

More Information

Visit the Hudson River Greenway Water Trail website.

Best Management Practices

This information was last updated on 8/23/2013 at 8:21 PM