Town of Greenfield
7 Wilton Rd., P.O. Box 10
Greenfield Center, NY 12833
Director of Recreation
Maintenance Team Supervisor
We are proud to be investing big in our town parks. They’ve seen major improvements in recent years and we have more plans in store. Checkout our Recreation page for information about our playgrounds.
This is a perfect place for a quiet walk in the woods. Roughly 20 acres of heavy woods and a stone dust walking trail. There are a couple of loops for running or walking, each are about ¾ of a mile. Leashed dogs are welcome. Other features include a small pavilion with charcoal grill, picnic tables and benches throughout the trails.
This park features over 300 acres bordering the southern Adirondacks and our town has been continually making improvements each year to make this gem appeal to all Greenfield residents.
The scenery is unmatched at this gorgeous municipal golf course, that the town received as a donation in 2011. The course has become more successful each year. In 2019, the course doubled in revenue and increased the number of rounds played by 8,000!
In 2021, Brookhaven Golf Course’s Head Golf Professional Anthony Therrien has been named one of the “top ten PGA Jr. captains” by PGA.com. The website, which represents the national golf professional association of more than 29,000 golf professionals and the leading experts on the game of golf, identified Therrien in its article “Ten PGA Jr. League Captains Who Inspired a Decade of Dominance” on November 3.
This golf course was designed by golf legend George Pulver. Locals happily boasts that LPGA golfing champion and television broadcaster Dottie Pepper learned the game of golf as a youth from Pulver at Brookhaven. Pepper has been a major advocate for growing the game of golf at Brookhaven by offering great support each year.
Across the street from the golf course, there are dozens of marked trails and a large picnic pavilion available for rental. (https://greenfieldny.myrec.com/info/facilities/default.aspx) This is the home of our newest playground, which is made of repurposed ocean waste and fishing nets.
Don’t miss a visit to dine at The View Restaurant, with home-cooked menu and a scenic patio with fire tables. The restaurant offers home-cooked meals and entertainment on the weekend. It is also available for events and catering at the picnic pavilion.
In the winter months, Brookhaven turns into a winter wonderland its free ski and snowshoe park. Visitors can enjoy 20 kilometers of groomed cross-country skiing and snowshoeing trails as well as a full-service restaurant for après-ski refreshments. The town recently added all new-trail markings, a map that can be easily accessed through a QR code from a mobile phone, and many new wooded and open terrain trails of varying lengths and difficulty. Updates on trail conditions can be found on Facebook by following Brookhaven Winter Park. The Recreation Department runs a earn-to-ski program, many snowshoe and cross-country ski races and an annual “Full Moon Party.”
If trains and history pique your interest, this landmark is for you. Kings’ Station was a station depot of Adirondack Railroad, dating back to 1865. The more than 100-year old antique Caboose was completely refurbished in 2010. Both are set up as historic replicas and you can stop by for photos outside or attend our Annual Caboose Day each August for a full tour. If you would like a tour throughout the year contact the Greenfield Historical Society.
Middle Grove Park has seen lots of improvements in recent years like resurfaced tennis and basketball courts, as well as a fantastic renovated playground in 2020. The equipment features spring toys, a large firetruck structure and new state-of-the-art pieces like a “spinami”, spinner bowls and a “dragite” structure of bouncy ropes and climbing nets. There are vast recreation fields, a pavilion that can be rented (https://greenfieldny.myrec.com/info/facilities/default.aspx ), bathroom facilities and a half-mile hiking path through the woods.
This is Greenfield’s largest baseball park, with three ball fields that host teams and leagues from all over the region each spring and summer. Old-fashioned swing sets and an oversized rock entertain the little ones and don’t miss the Porter Corners Dog Park on-site, where dogs can run off leash in a fenced in area and enjoy play and agility toys. There is also a lovely ¼ mile creekside nature trail.
All Dog Park visitors must be registered at Town Hall. More information is coming soon.
Click here for Application for Field Usage and Fee Schedule.
This is a quarter-acre patriotic parcel that celebrates the many brave veterans who have called Greenfield their home. Its small gazebo is the perfect place for a visit to pay respects to the Veterans monument and American flag.
All park pavilions are first-come first serve except the Middle Grove Park Pavilion and Brookhaven Park Pavilion.
This pavilion is free of charge for Town Residents. Residents must fill out the application linked below and a refundable $50.00 cleaning deposit is required at time of rental.
Non-residents are also welcome to rent the pavilion for a fee of $50.00 and a refundable $50.00 cleaning deposit, both are required at time of rental.
This 3,600-square foot pavilion for outdoor gatherings. Catering can be arranged with The View Restaurant across the street. A portable restroom unit is on-site. The town is working on plans to build a restroom facility and renovate the park pavilion in the near future.
7 Wilton Road
Greenfield Center, NY 12833
Monday – Thursday: 8:30 AM – 3:00 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Please check department pages for hours by department.
PO Box 10
Greenfield Center, NY 12833