Prospect Park is one of three major parks in the City of Troy. The park consists of approximately 80 acres of land conveyed by the Warren Family to the City of Troy in 1902. The naming of the park was inspired by the Prospect Park in Brooklyn, NY.
Prospect Park is a unique gem in the middle of the City. It provides spectacular, 20-mile, panoramic vistas to the south, west, and north. Rare species of trees, like the Catalpa, European Beech, Hawthorne, and Magnolia grace its grassy expanses; and its history goes all the way back to Uncle Sam.
Prospect Park opens each season in early April and remains open through early November and has the following amenities: