Thank you for coming to enjoy Schuyler Park!  A few general reminders to keep it beautiful.

1. Please help to keep our park clean, safe, and in good shape by picking up any trash or empty water bottles and placing them in the trash or recycling bins located throughout the park.

2. New safety nets were just installed along the playground to protect our young athletes.  Please no clmbing on the nets, they are not designed to support the weight of a child but to protect them from any stray balls.

3. Absolutely NO dogs permitted in the park.  Do not take this personal, we all love our dogs, but you know why we can't let them on the fields, please respect that.

4. Absolutely NO vehicles are permitted on the fields at any time.  This may result in damage to turf and the creation of an unsafe playing surface and possible damage to the inground irrigation system.

About us

Mission Statement:

The Friends of Schuyler Park exists to provide recreational opportunities for all people to gather, celebrate, and engage in activities that promote health, well-being, community, and the environment. Friends is a 501c.3 committee which works in tandem with the Schuyler Park Board on capital projects and fundraising activities.

Committee Members:

President - Kris DuBrey
Vice President - Laura Dooley
Treasurer - Diane Gale
Secretary - Amy Solan

Board Members:

Daniel Gale
Kris Long
Jeff Methven
Meg Swenson
Courtney Tavares
Karen Thomas

Artist Statement

Susan Reynolds lives in Schuylerville with her husband Bill. Her children and six grandchildren also live in the area. Sue is an Adjunct Professor at Empire State College, where she instructs Introduction to Studio Art, and World of Art. She is in the process of developing a new course in Illustration.

Sue has been a college professor, public school/ private school art teacher, scenic artist, exhibitor and illustrator for the past forty years. She has been in a number of group and individual shows, most recently at Empire State College and during the summer of 2009 at the Saratoga Arts Center (Views from Saratoga Battlefield). She has a working art studio and gallery in downtown Schuylerville where she exhibits and sells prints, original portraits, landscapes and still life. Sue enjoys living in the area and finds great inspiration from her grandchildren, the beautiful country side and the colorful seasons. She is currently focusing on light and how it shines into dark spaces.

The inspiring painting was created by Artist Susan Reynolds. She may be contacted at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 518-258-0048.