Because 50% of the town is state land, most facilities are available to everyone. Lakes and rivers have access areas for small boats and canoes. Mountain trails are available for hiking, fishing and hunting. Our scenic roads provide excellent bicycling, walking and touring opportunities. Daily walks can be safely made at any time of day and you don't have to breathe exhaust. Our mountains average about 2500 feet, making the view from the top accessible to almost everyone. Outdoor activities are great as long as you make a deal with the bugs during the spring.
The town recreation field has a basketball court, softball field, playgrounds, picnic tables with grills, a bandstand and a covered pavilion. Stony Creek is dammed up, creating a great old time "swimming hole." Summer band concerts in the park provide music for every taste, with an opportunity for cookout with family and friends. Some of the country's best fall foliage is found in the Adirondacks and Stony Creek takes a back seat to no one. The crisp air and falling leaves of fall almost get you looking forward to the coming winter. Warren County provides a system of groomed snowmobile trails. Ice fishing, sledding, skiing and cross-country skiing are also enjoyed.
Calendar of Events:
|Stony Creek Free Library Fall in the Creek festival
The Stony Creek Free Library will be hosting a fall harvest festival - Fall in the Creek - on October 17, 2015 at the Stony Creek Town Park/Pavilion from 11 am. - 3 p.m. They will be featuring food - hot cocoa, hot cider, soups, chili, burgers, nachos and for dessert - pies of all kinds!
*Music by the "Old Soul" trio (George VanDusen, Everett Ramos & Tony Coca)
*Pumpkin Patch- decorate a pumpkin
*a program by Wild Things Environmental Education on Mojo, the Fabulous (Talking!!) Crow. (Mojo the crow will be there also!)
Library book sale.
Hay Maze - find your way through!
*All kids activities and music are free!
Please check back as new entertainment is added!