“The Greenport Conservation Area is a great place to run. There are wonderful views, and a variety of terrain through meadows, forests and across streams.” – Leonard Collins, member of the Columbia Land Conservancy and Kinderhook Runners Club.
At Greenport Conservation Area, you can enjoy a variety of types of recreation. This 625-acre site includes 5 miles of trail, plus the 2 mile Stockport-Greenport Trail which connects to Harrier Hill Gazebo. Greenport also includes an Access-for-All wheelchair friendly trail. As you explore the park on one of its many trails, take in excellent Hudson River and Catskill Mountain views.
CLC worked with the Open Space Institute (OSI) to establish the Greenport Conservation Area. In 1992, OSI purchased the original 400 acres, which had been actively farmed for hay, corn, and dairy production. The property was enlarged through additional acquisitions by OSI, and was conveyed to CLC in 2013.
If you’re interested in learning more, read the site’s Master Plan.
From the North: Take Route 9 to Greenport, NY. Veer right onto Joslen Blvd., and follow straight for 1.2 miles to 319 Joslen Blvd. You will see a parking area and small information kiosk the accessible trail will lead you to a larger kiosk and main trail system.
From the South: Take Route 9 to Greenport, NY. Pass Healy Blvd. Turn left at the second light onto Joslen Blvd., and proceed for 0.9 miles. Turn left into the parking lot at 319 Joslen Blvd. You will see a parking area and information kiosk.
We gratefully acknowledge the support of Hudson River Greenway and the Hudson River Foundation for Science and Environmental Research, Inc., for funding activities at Greenport.