Celebration of Light at the Troy Historic Village visitors guide. An exhibit that explores seasonal traditions and decorations.
The Troy Public Library recently installed a Storybook Trail at Raintree Park. The trail features a series of signs along the trail that display pages of a book for families to read and enjoy. At the present time, “A Fall Ball for All” by Jamie A. Swenson is displayed along the trail.
Visitor’s guide and photos from the Troy Historic Village Scarecrowtopia event. Timed entry, social distancing, touchless activities & more.
Wass Elementary School offers plenty of playground structures for your children to enjoy, including a tot play structure & swings.
North Glen Park in Troy offers 10 acres of undeveloped woods for guests to explore.
Schroeder Park offers two soccer fields, and 10 acres of wooded area to explore. Additionally, parkgoers can enjoy the paved and unpaved paths through these wooded areas. The nearby Schoeder Elementary School hosts a ball diamond as well as two play structures. This park does not offer parking nor restrooms.
Robinwood Park offers a one-mile paved walking path, two barrier-free play structures, a sand volleyball court as well as two picnic areas.
Redwood Park in Troy, is a 3-acre park offering a ball diamond, pickleball courts, a barrier-free play structure, as well as a small picnic shelter.
This 20-acre park offers a 1.3-mile unpaved walking path through the wooded areas of the park. Tennis, a picnic area and restrooms are also available for park-goers.
This 15-acre park offers walking paths along the wooded wetland areas as well as a large open space. Visitors can also enjoy climbing boulders together with the exercise equipment. Swings include traditional swings, baby bucket swing together with one ADA swing. Restrooms, picnic shelter, water fountains, and a grill are also available for use.