Greenway & Trails Committee

NEW! Explore Red Hook Trails

Our brand new trail maps are here! A limited run of printed copies will also be available at Town Hall, Village Halls for Red Hook and Tivoli, the Red Hook Community Center, and Red Hook and Tivoli Public Libraries. As new trails are added, these online resources will be updated.

RH Trails Side A
RH Trails Side B

Download a PDF of the Explore Red Hook Trails brochure

As always, detailed trail maps and other resources for individual trails are also available using these outside links:

  • Please see the Dutchess County parks and trails maps here. Details regarding parking, amenities, trail surface, and length are all included. 

 Additional resources regarding trails within the Town of Red Hook:

Meetings

Meeting take place at 6:00 PM on the second Thursday of each month at Town Hall. Please e-mail trails@redhook.org to request information, confirm date and location, or indicate your plan to attend.  

View Most Recent Agendas and Minutes

Members

Eight Appointed Members. Two-year Appointments. 

  • Chair - Lisa Whalen
  • Jim Blakney
  • Bruce Cuttler
  • Brenda Cagle
  • Howard Calies
  • Melissa Cohen 
  • Cat Viega
  • Linda DiGasper
  • (Doug Strawinski- ex-officio)
  • (John Kuhn- ex-officio)
  • Liaison - Christine Kane

Overview

The Town of Red Hook Greenway and Trails Committee is a volunteer advisory group committed to the continued development of a network of trails for public enjoyment, in order to protect the environment, promote health and wellness, enhance our quality of life, and promote our community's overall sustainability. 

We are fortunate to have hundreds of acres of protected trails, farmlands, and woodlands within the Town, owned and managed by government, agricultural, educational, and land stewardship organizations. We cherish the public/private partnerships that allow public access to these resources. In addition, the V2V trail is a marked trail linking the two Villages (Red Hook and Tivoli) and is mostly on-road, with some portions through public park and DEC lands. 

All of these places offer secure parking from which to begin and end a walk or bike. The Red Hook Greenway and Trails Committee welcomes suggestions for future trail development.