Thanks to the Village of Croton for the following information from their Summer newsletter.
The summer months provide many opportunities for residents to be out and around the Village. Over time, some village sites remain the same, some experience change and some new sites appear. A scene that has changed for the better is the . As a result of the new aeration system and the cutting of u n d e r w a t e r weed growth, the Pond’s green murky surface water of previous seasons is now clear. Last summer was the second full summer for Croton’s Community Garden located near seen below. Its success has been evidenced by a waiting list of prospective gardeners. Due to the limited number of plots, there was little hope of obtaining a garden plot. A second community garden has been proposed to satisfy this demand. This garden will be located on the Brook St. side of the Municipal Building and will accommodate a larger number of garden plots.
Some scenes don’t change; they just get better. What better way to spend a summer day than to walk along the Hudson River. Start at the entrance to Elliott Way (shown at left). Head north for a about a mile and you will see some of the highlights of Croton’s Hudson Riverfront. Pass the Village Boat Basin and and Senasqua Park as you continue north. Senasqua is the location for most of the summer concerts, movies and entertainment listed on Page 2. Continuing north past the Croton Yacht Club, you arrive at the Village’s newest park - Croton Landing. Part of the County’s Riverwalk that extends north and south along the Hudson River, you will see people enjoying a variety of activities—from walking and running to ball games, fishing and crabbing and quiet contemplation. There are many more Village spots to see. Make time this summer to explore and enjoy Croton!
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The preceding was from the Village of Croton-on-Hudson.