Department Head – Michelle Huck

Phone:518-928-3176 or 

Town of Bolton Recreation Center – Happenings (located in the basement of the Town Hall)

Phone: 518-644-9310

Wednesday, June 17, 2020


The health and safety of all members of our community, staff, and visitors are extremely important, and as a result the Town Board has been closely monitoring CDC recommendations, updates to the New York State on PAUSE executive order, and recommendations of state and local health authorities as they pertain to large event gatherings scheduled for the summertime.  Based on this guidance and careful consideration, the Town Board has made the difficult decision to cancel all Fourth of July events and activities including the fireworks display.


This is truly a difficult time and we hope that you each have a safe,

healthy, and enjoyable summer.

Monday, June 15, 2020

Beginning Thursday June 18, 2020 the Town of Bolton Beaches will be open seven days/week

Beach Hours of Operation: 10:00-5:00

We will be maintaining a reduced capacity and
following the state mandated Covid-19 regulations.

Public Docks are open, NO Overnight Parking at docks or in lots.

Social Distancing is Mandatory
Masks are required by all visitors and employees when a six-foot distance cannot be maintained.
You must have a face mask with you at all times and wear one when you cannot maintain a 6 ft. distance from others (unless they are in your family unit/household).

10 ft. of spacing is required between beach blankets/chairs, unless they are in your family unit/household.  Masks required when walking on the beach between family groups.

Playgrounds and Pavilions are closed.

Picnic Areas are closed.  No portable grills, tables, or cooking of food permitted.  You may bring chairs or blankets if you wish to sit in the picnic area.  You may bring your own cooler or food, no glass please.

Volleyball and basketball courts are closed.  No group sports allowed (baseball, kickball, football group games)

Frisbee, toss games (bean bag, pitch and catch etc.) and similar games may be played on the lawn, not on the beach.  These games are permitted in pairs or with a parent/adult and their children.

Kayak Launching is available in Veteran’s Park

Fishing is permitted off the Roger’s Park Pier.

No Dogs allowed.

No Smoking in parks or on beach.

If the above guidelines are not adhered to, you will be asked to leave the facility.
Thank You for your cooperation!

Friday, May 1, 2020
As a result of the announcement made by Governor Andrew Cuomo on Friday, May 1, 2020, the Town of Bolton Recreation Center
will remain closed until further notice.

Please check the website for updates or for information regarding any Recreation Department Programs and activities.


Recreation Center Hours:

  • Please see the monthly calendar pdf
  • Bolton Recreation Department programs/activities may from time to time be canceled or rescheduled. Before leaving a child at the Town Hall, a parent shall confirm that the recreation program has not been canceled or rescheduled. Parents are responsible for making sure their child is not dropped off and left unattended or unsupervised at the Town Hall in the event of a program cancellation.

Public Park Addresses

  • Rogers Memorial Park ~ (4928 Lakeshore Drive Bolton Landing, NY 12814, 518-644-2985) Beach, picnic area, basketball court, tennis courts, pier, restrooms, public docks ~ NO PETS
  • Veterans Memorial Park ~ (5034 Lakeshore Drive Bolton Landing, NY 12814, 518-644-3734) Beach, picnic area, basketball court, playground, restrooms, seasonal kayak launch, and public docks ~ NO PETS
  • Conservation Club- 50 Edgecomb Pond Rd Bolton Landing, NY 12814-To book an event please call 518-644-2444

Recreation Commission

Meetings are held on the fourth Thursday of each month at 6:00 pm

Bolton Recreation Scholarship Opportunities:
The Bolton Recreation Commission would like to inform Bolton residents that it is the intention of the Commission to see all children participate in any program which they have an interest in.  If your child(ren) is unable to participate due to financial hardships, please know that the Commission has scholarship money available to assist/sponsor children whether it be to attend a field trip or to assist with enrollment fees for a program, including but not limited to, Gore Regional Ski Program, The Bolton Summer Day Camp, Recreation Center Field Trips, Adventure Wednesday in the Summer etc.

If you have any questions or wish to sign your child up for an activity please feel free to contact Michelle at or 928-3176.  All information is confidential.