Scott McKim | Park Manager
Located on the Saranac River at the corner of LaPan Highway and Dorsey Street, Beaver Park was named for a bank beaver that made its home here. It is a popular fishing and picnic spot. The scenic hilltop has a gazebo, a park bench and a rose garden.
Randall Swanson | Park Manager
This two-acre park borders the Saranac River. It is located at the corner of Bloomingdale Avenue and Pine Street. It features extensive lawns, benches and a variety of trees, and provides an attractive entrance to the eastern edge of the Village.
Jennifer Keller | Park Manager
Dorsey Park is located near the Dorsey Street bridge alongside the Saranac River. It's a small, charming park just across the river from Saranac Lake's RiverWalk. Cross the bridge and enjoy the river view from the park bench. The secluded location makes it an ideal spot to sit and contemplate the river.
Sunset Park & Aboretum
Meg Van Dyck-Holmes &
Elle Finocan | Park Managers
This natural park is a certified Urban Wildlife Sanctuary. It is bounded by Olive and School Streets, and Sunset Avenue. Along the arboretum’s meandering paths, visitors can view over 35 varieties of Adirondack trees and wildlife.
Tom Long | Park Manager
Triangle Park is a beautiful park, planted with perennials and bulbs. It is located at the intersection of Main and Pine Streets, near the Adirondack Railroad tracks. A steep triangle of riverbank is left in its natural state.
Vest Pocket Park
Roger Steinbreuck | Park Manager
This vest-pocket sized park is located right next to the Saranac Lake Library, across the street from the Hotel Saranac. The Library's free WiFi service can be accessed from the park's benches, It’s a pleasant place to relax and enjoy the flowers when shopping downtown.