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Be an angel and cheer on the Siena Saints basketball team at the Times Union Center, or witness fire on ice at an Albany Devils hockey game. Albany is also home for the Albany Legends basketball and the NY Giants summer training camp (with practices and events planned throughout their stay). Take yourself to the ballgame by traveling over the Hudson River to watch the Tri-City ValleyCats baseball, or head out to left field (west of Albany) and visit the Cooperstown National Baseball Hall of Fame. You'd be out of your scull to miss the Albany Rowing Center make waves on the Hudson.
Along with our great sports facilities and events, we offer four seasons of recreational activities and beautiful parks and gardens. Take the family out to the ball game or get up out of the stands and go boating on the Hudson, swimming or waterskiing at any of the area lakes, play a round of golf on warm weather days, or take the short 40 minute drive to Saratoga Race Track during the thoroughbred racing season, (July-September). Take in the scenic Erie Canalway (map), hop on your bike or take a jog along the Hudson River path. Don't let the cold weather stop you in the winter, get out there and enjoy ice-skating, snow-shoeing, or skiing at Albany's nearby skiing resorts. Albany holds the ticket for all kinds of sports and recreation action!
The Albany Bicycle Coalition (ABC) is made up of a group of dedicated cyclists whose goal is to promote bicycling as a viable means of both transportation and recreation in the Capital Region. We
Jennings Landing at the Corning Preserve is home to an 1,000-seat amphitheatre which hosts numerous events from Spring through Fall. In addition, the visitors center houses an explanation of the
The Albany Devils Hockey Team, which plays at the Times Union Center, is the top developmental club for the three-time Stanley Cup winning New Jersey Devils of the National Hockey League. The Albany
Located within New York's Capital District, the Albany Pine Bush Preserve is one of only twenty inland pine barrens left in the entire world and widely considered to be the best example. The
Founded in 1984 as the Organization of Adirondack Rowers and Scullers, the Albany Rowing Center (ARC) is located on the Hudson River in downtown Albany, and is committed to providing recreational and
Supervisor William Nichols Phone: (518) 438-2166 This stadium is a multi-purpose sports complex of ten acres. It includes a professional size baseball diamond, a football-soccer field, a
A rolling hilly challenge is the origin of the course name. Back tees play from 6179 yards and provides a formidable test of golf. The course borders the Norman´s Kill creek on six holes. The course