Hovey Pond Trail is a 0.4 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Queensbury, New York that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is best used from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
This 12 acre park is perfect for fishing, walking, bird-watching and even ice-skating in the winter time. The pond is stocked with trout every year and offers a wheelchair accessible fishing platform over the lake. There is a wonderful flower garden and even a play area for small children. Check out the links in this guide for more information on the park as well as a scavenger hunt for young children.
A very nicely maintained park. Good for the kids with a short and simple trail around the pond.The kids love the ducks, the small playground and garden as well.
A very simple park. Good for the kids with a short, simple trail around the pond. Then another wetlands boardwalk with some interesting things to see. The kids like the ducks, the small playground and garden as well.
It's a very pretty little park. Not a lot of space, just a loop around the pond and a very small wetlands walk. It's all very attractive and it's a good spot for people to be able to fish, relax and there's a playground.
Typically pretty busy though, I personally don't go out with my headphones in, walking my dog, just to be stopped 10 times because everyone wants to have a full conversation and try to pet my dog. It could be a little more peaceful in that regard, but that's people, not the trail.
it's very pretty but not much of a trail. it's a loop around the pond. nice to go fishing there and walk around but not alot going on. my favorite part was the wetlands walk-on the wooden floating docks