Leon Steves Big Bay Preserve 

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The land for the Leon M. Steves Big Bay Preserve was donated by the Open Space Institute in 2015. 
There is more than 2,500 feet of shorefront on the Hudson River and over 3,000 feet of shorefront along Clendon Brook. The land abuts a 38 acre parcel to the east, owned by the Town of Queensbury.  This will allow for future trails.  Permission has already been granted to cross city lands and the preserve will connect to the trails of Hudson Pointe to the west.

Trail Length 

  • 2.2 miles   

Acreage

  • 68 Acres 

Hours/Days Open  

  • Daylight Hours Only

  • 7days/week 

  • 365 days/year    

Activities Allowed 

  • Hiking 

  • Mountain Biking 

  • Wildlife Observation and Photography

  • Snowshoeing

  • Cross Country Skiiing  

Other

  • Dogs Allowed (leashed)  

 

Location

  • Division Road, Queensbury, NY  

  • 5 minutes from Northway Exit 18.  

  • Directions:

    • From exit 18 of I87 Adirondack Northway, take Corinth west         1 mile.   Turn left onto Division Rd.  The preserve is approx 1/4 mile on the left

    • If coming from the West on Corinth Road, Division Rd. is approx. 1.5 miles past West Mountain Road.   

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