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Albany Corning Preserve - Jennings Landing

  • 1 Quay Street Albany, NY 12207
  • Overview

    Jennings Landing provides direct access to the 36.8 mile long paved Mohawk-Hudson Bike-Hike Trail, which links Albany and Schenectady Counties and is part of the state-wide Canalway Trail that runs along the Erie Canal from Buffalo to Albany. Ride northward through Watervliet, Green Island and Cohoes and then west along the Mohawk River and New York State Barge Canal to end your journey in the Pattersville section of Rotterdam.

  • Amenities
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    General
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    • Pets Allowed:
    • Wheelchair Accessible:
  • Meeting Facilities
    Facility Info
    Meeting Rooms
    • Description Jennings Landing at the Corning Preserve is home to an 1,000-seat amphitheatre along the Hudson River, which hosts numerous events annually including the Alive at Five summer concert series and the Albany Riverfront Jazz Festival. In addition, the Preserve features walking and bike trails and a boat launch.
    Amphitheater
    • Reception Capacity: 1000
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