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Home » Preserves » Lewisboro Town Park

Lewisboro Town Park

The Lewisboro Town Park consists of sixty acres, owned by the Town of Lewisboro. A variety of recreational facilities are available to town residents, including a swimming pool, toddler pool, basketball courts, picnic pavilion, concert stage and playgrounds. It is the site of many outdoor recreational and educational programs. The pond is open for ice skating when conditions permit.

There are walking/hiking trails within the park and access to the trails at Ward Pound Ridge Reservation. There are some stream crossings and steep areas.

Wet Meadow <br> with Joe Pye, Boneset and Ironweed

Look out for...

Trout lilies and other ephemerals in early spring, a multitude of songbirds in spring and early summer, numerous species of butterflies in the sunny areas, old growth forest at the top of the Town Park trail. Connects to Ward Pound Ridge Reservation and Old Field Preserve.

Habitats found in this preserve

All Preserves

Brownell Preserve ~ Goldens Bridge

Fox Valley Town Park ~ Goldens Bridge

Frederick P. Rose & Rockshelter Preserves ~ Cross River

Grossman Preserve ~ Waccabuc

Hunt-Parker Sanctuary ~ Goldens Bridge

Indian Brook Assemblage ~ (Grierson, Yarrow, and Mt. Holly Preserves) – Goldens Bridge

John Jay High School XC & Community Trail ~ Cross River

Leon Levy Preserve ~ South Salem

Lewisboro Town Park ~ South Salem

Long Pond Preserve ~ Waccabuc

Love Preserve ~ Vista

Marx Preserve ~ Goldens Bridge

Mountain Lakes Park ~ South Salem & North Salem

Mt Holly Sanctuary ~ Katonah

Old Church Lane Preserve ~ Vista

Old Field Preserve ~ Waccabuc

Onatru Farm Park & Preserve ~ Vista

Pine Croft Meadow ~ Waccabuc

St. Paul’s Chapel Trail ~ Vista

Ward Pound Ridge Reservation ~ Cross River

How to get there

Directions: The Town Park is located on the south side of Route 35 between Mead Street and Bouton Road. Parking for trails is at the top of the hill, behind the baseball field.

Download Trail Map