The flat developed terrain of this 236-acre park is ideal for family and group picnicking. It offers reservable picnic areas with three pavilions, a playground and athletic fields – including the Miracle Field for children and adults with disabilities.
Miracle Field is a custom-designed field with a cushioned, rubberized turf to help prevent injuries, wheelchair-accessible dugouts and a completely flat, barrier-free surface to provide accessibility for visually impaired players or players in wheelchairs.
The Miracle League is a non-profit organization which serves children ages 3 – 19 who have any physical or mental disability that would exclude them from conventional youth leagues. The league is free and non-competitive.
Anyone with an interest in volunteering or in playing on a Miracle League team should call (914) 813-8007 or visit them online.
Whether you’re planning a small family party for 10 or a company picnic for 500, Westchester Parks provide an ideal setting for your next group outing.
Conveniently located at some of the most scenic places in Westchester, each facility provides its own unique backdrop for a day of fun, food and relaxation. Whether you are looking for a shady area along the Hudson River, a breezy point on Long Island Sound, or a ballfield for the annual family softball game, you’ll find the perfect spot in a county park.
Group Picnic Permits
A group picnic permit entitles you to exclusive use of an area of the park you choose, including grills and picnic tables. A permit is required for groups of 20 (15 at Glen Island Park) or more, but is also available to smaller groups as well. For an additional fee, you may use the pool, beach, ball field, boat launching ramp and miniature golf course where available. Parking fees are also charged at some parks. Covered pavilions are available at several park locations.