Forsyth Nature Center

FNC Directions and Hours

Hours of Operation

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Summer Hours: Memorial Day through Labor Day
Monday – Friday 7 am – 7 pm
Saturday, Sunday and holidays 9 am – 5 pm

Winter Hours: October through May
Monday – Friday 7 am – 5 pm
Saturday & Sunday and holidays 9 am – 1 pm

Directions

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Directions to the

Forsyth Nature Center:

From the Kingston Thruway Traffic Circle, take the Washington Avenue Exit. You will proceed on Washington Avenue and at your fourth light, take a right onto Lucas Avenue. Then proceed through one stop sign and one stop light. Just after the light, make a right into Forsyth Park. Follow the access road to the right to the Forsyth Nature Center. Additionally, you can access the Nature Center through Dietz Stadium Complex. You can use 157 Lucas Avenue, Kingston, NY for in car navigation.

 

Directions to Kingston Point Park:

From the Kingston Thruway Traffic Circle, take Route 587 (Locally called Colonial Chandler Drive) towards Broadway/Kingston. At the stop light, proceed straight onto Broadway. Follow Broadway to the Eighth light. Take a left at Stewart’s onto Delaware Avenue. Follow Delaware Avenue over the Route 9W overpass and veer to the right. Continue to follow Delaware Avenue down a series of hills until you reach the Hudson River. Kingston Point Beach and Boat Launch will be on your left and Rotary Park at Kingston Point will be on your right adjacent to the Softball Fields.

 

Directions to Hasbrouck Park:

From the Kingston Thruway Traffic Circle, take Route 587 (Locally called Colonial Chandler Drive) towards Broadway/Kingston. At the stop light, proceed straight onto Broadway. Follow Broadway to the Eighth light. Take a left at Stewart’s onto Delaware Avenue. Follow Delaware Avenue over the Route 9W overpass and veer to the right. ½ mile on your right just past the Kingston Business Park is the entrance to Hasbrouck Park. There is a lower and upper parking area. You will know you missed Hasbrouck Park if you descend a steep hill.