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Kingston, NY 12401
Hasbrouck Park is located on Delaware Avenue adjacent to John F. Kennedy Elementary School.
Hasbrouck Park, Kingston's first "official" downtown park which opened in 1920, is one of Kingston's larger parks at 45 acres. Much of Hasbrouck Park is forested and was mined by the Newark Lime and Cement Company in the late 1800's and early 1900's. One of the most unique assets to Hasbrouck Park is the Stone Building, which was built in 1919 by the Newark Lime and Cement Company and was named the Emilio Primo Stone Building in 1999 and today is used for party's, workshops, meetings and summer recreation programs.
Excerpt from Kingston's Magnificent City Parks by Ron Woods
Hasbrouck Park Trail
The newly rehabbed Hasbrouck Park Trail provides a half mile hike through nature and local history. Experience the beauty of nature and wonderful views of the Hudson River. New educational signs have been installed along the trail as part of the Silver Award Project of Jillian Hanlon from Girl Scout Troop 60520. These signs help hikers identify a variety of trees, provide information on various natural features, and inform people about historical points along the trail.
Funding and support for the Hasbrouck Park Trail Project was made possible with help from: Junior League of Kingston; the Memorial Tree Fund, Inc.; Silver Award Project completed by Jillian Hanlon cadette Girl Scout, troop 60250; FASTSIGNS; and Rondout Plate & Mirror.