Our highest priority is the maintenance and preservation of over 825 acres in six parks; Reis, Van Tassell, Koegel, Bailey, West Somers and Angle Fly Preserve that offer an abundance of active and passive leisure opportunities for all ages. All parks are open to all Town residents and their guests, free of charge.
Please help us keep all facilities in good condition by yielding to our staff when they are in the area. Please place all garbage in the proper receptacles. We do our best to address concerns as soon as possible. If you see something that needs attention, please contact the Park Foreman at 232-8441, x3.
Town of Somers Recycling Program:
Park Use Forms:
Westchester County Parks
The Westchester County Parks system spans nearly 18,000 acres and offers some of the most beautiful scenery in the country. There are nearly 50 recreational areas where you can hike, swim, bicycle, fish, skate and picnic, or just spend quiet time in the outdoors. Each weekend a wide range of educational, recreational, entertainment and sporting events are offered for people of all ages and interests. County Parks has the distinction of being the first County in New York State to become accredited by the National Recreation and Parks Association (NRPA). For the latest information and park locations see the Westchester County Parks web site.
Angle Fly Preserve Wildlife Management Program Announcement: